This album brings eight tunes from different artists and four versions. All the tracks were done during spring-winter 2015 and finally made their way to release. Strictly digital dancehall style with an old school fashion...
Two tunes from Sammy Gold with a cultural lyrics, telling about the faith and the struggle of the african people
Two tunes from George Palmer, telling us about the dacne: sweat dancehall vibes and recreated classic riddims
Three more tunes from the cool guys from London: Rusty Banton and Jamaican English.
Classic riddim called "Skylarking" with Rusty Banton singing on it. Pure culture and a big message.
Another one is from Jamaican English - telling the people about the right vibes in a dancehall and reggae.
Also here comes another one tune, called "Reggae Music" where you can hear both of this artists full of the style
One more tune has got the voice of Tenna Star: a singer from UK, giving us a good vibes and message on his "Riding on the Wings of Love" tune.
Album features four versions - all of them are remakes of the danchehall classics: "Dry up your tears version" - from King Tubbys,
"Taller than King Kong" - from Jammys, "Ghetto Struggle" and "Grammy Award" - which can be heard on the recordings of Philip Myers and Don Angelo...