www.silverstarsound.com Official website | Your number one power hour destination for everything reggae and dancehall podcast kicks off this week with ZJ Chrome’s Cr203 Records straight-up banger riddim release, The Humongous Riddim.

The riddim opens with Shenseea and the message is clear: it isn’t hard for Shenseea to find another man, and if you think you are not ‘Replaceable’ to her then you are wrong. The DMs pop up but she can replace you any time. Sticking to the Romeich Entertainment camp, the Uptop Boss is looking for a girl to twerk for him but first, under one condition; she has to be clean ‘From Birth.’ Vybz Kartel is naughty and he is out to remind you that he can handle his skills in the bedroom on ‘Me Tell You.’ Final entry on the riddim this week, Masicka is out to make it larger than life and on ‘Humongous’ moves in every scale!
Quite an unexpected collab this week that hit our inboxes is this surprise yet humongous collaboration pitting the New York Dancehall star Kranium and  Jamaica’s most wanted dancehall artist Alkaline. Produced by heaver hitter DJ Frass , this track gives fans a double dose of talent and melodic vibes. Unity in the Dancehall is always promoted on social networks but rarely happens in reality. Kranium and Alkaline deliver a dope track with “Just The Style.”
Just a few weeks ago, Toddla T’s warm energy production teaming up with Alicai Harley on ‘Instructions’ got us banging our stereo bass line hard. Harley follows ‘Instructions’ with a charisma, flexing hard on this one. This week, Alicai Harley brings Silver Star Sound an exclusive new track for his Embargo featuring Tony ‘Ill’ Matterhorn produced by Seanizzle.
Jamaican dancehall prodigy Popcaan shares a heartfelt love gratitude with ‘Bless’ before getting another slot to drop ‘My Type.’  Seaview Garden home boy, Dexta Daps continues with his mission of spreading songs of happiness and joy with the 21+  kinky tune, ‘No Underwear.’
Jah Cure‘s first release for the year 2019 as we anticipate his new album is a dedication to the ladies with the sweet anthem, ‘Pretty Face.’ The singer sings about how women have inspired him and that is the perfect track for celebrating Women’s day. Happy Women’s Day to all Silver Star fans!
XTM Nation, previously known as Xterminator Productions presents their latest tune called “Every Nation” linking together Sizzla, Tarrus Riley, Dre Island and Chino. Infusing rap into a reggae soundtrack, the track is one every nation can relate to.
The power hour reggae dancehall podcast kicks off with the new link the took social media by storm this week featuring Montego Bay aka Mobay and Portmore, Squash linking up with Vybz Kartel linking up on ‘Can’t Be The Same!’
Another unexpected collab that has been getting some heavy rotation is Munga and Charly Black fighting against the ‘Downfall’ on the Believer’s Riddim. Deep Jahi questions those around him on ‘Mannequin’ and Kabaka Pyramid closes with ‘Reggae.’
We find the Week Five Podcast debut riddim from Seanizzle and Locks Entertainment’s Lonely Road Riddim with cuts from Busy Signal,and the  sensational Alexx A Game.
Closing this week is the St. Andrew riddim from Chimney Records. Appealing reggae riddim voiced by Morgan Heritage, Alaine, Romain Virgo, Tarrus Riley, Tony Rebel and more.
~~~ Humongous Riddim~~~/// ZJ Chrome///
Teejay-From Birth
Vybz Kartel-Me Tell You
Kranium & Alkaline-Just The Style
Alkaline-Black Heart
Alkaline-Ever High
Govana & Tarrus Riley-Unanswered
Jah Cure-Pretty Face
Alicai Harley Ft Tony Matterhorn-Do That
Alicai Harley-Instructions
Dexta Daps-No Underwear
Popcaan-My Type
Sizzla, Chino, Tarrus Riley, Dre Island-Every Nation
Squash & Vybz Kartel-Cant Be The Same
~~~Believers Riddim~~~///Multi Talented Music///
Charly Black & Munga-No Downfall
Deep Jah-Deep Jahi – Mannequin
Kabaka Pyramid-Reggae
 ~~~Lonely Road Riddim~~~///Seanizzle Records & S Lock Entertainment /// Alexx A-Game – Real to Di Link
Busy Signal-Love Me Down
Tarrus Riley-Guess Who
~~~St Andrew Riddim~~~/// Chimney Records///
Tarrus Riley-Jamaican proverbs
Romain Virgo-Melanin
Morgan Heritage-We Don’t Want Dem