The Freddy v Jason Riddim is one of the most highly anticipated Riddim of the Year. The Compilation brought to you by the great minds of Gramma & Ryan encompasses a “Halloween concept” depicting enemies (Freddy & Jason) going at each other, hence the abundance of Rivals that feature on the Riddim. The Compilation is the first in a long time to feature artists from rival factions in DANCEHALL such as Yeng-Badness, Gaza, Wildside Govament, The 6six Camp, LodgeCult, Stingas & a host of talented young artists who took the opportunity to showcase their talent and provide a balance of symmetry on the Compilation. Just put on your Iphone or music device and just “press play” as you will enjoy this Album from the very first song to 28. Every track is a hit in my opinion. Lets motivate the industry to bring back Riddim juggling, it was so essential to the growth of Dancehall and as a result Dancehall is left in a dire predicament.
International Dj, Curator and trendsetter Dj Crown Prince presents, Lift Me Up. A Song that speaks volumes in these difficult times. It features Soca Music hit singer Ricardo Drue alongside caribbean singer/songwriter King Vers. The song takes you on a journey through difficulties and hardships and culminates in asking God for strength to overcome. The instruments and production are deeply roots in an Afro sounds to set the tone of speaking to the creator.
“Truce” by Stylez & Daniiboo is your modern-day dancehall love story. The song is based around both parties in a relationship cheating, but instead of fighting, the couple should call a “Truce” and rebuild what they had because there is still love between them.
Artist: IamStylezMusic & DaniiBoo
Prod By: Don Micheal & Supahype
Label: Blaze Ent Records
Dist By: Tropic Electric
Dilly Chris is the next dancehall international hit- maker and is ready for the international move into the musical arena and nobody is going to stop him.
Born Chris Smith in Maryland St. Andrew, Jamaica, Dilly Chris attended the Edith High School and earned his influence in music from his aunt and uncle, who boasted of the ability to set the dancehall ablaze. Fascinated by these accounts of glory, Dilly Chris began dreaming of his own career in music and already having the gift of an engaging voice set about his career in music. Moving to the USA did nothing to deter his dream as he continued on this trek and has remained with a song such as, “Sweat” ft. Chudney J.
Easily the most unclassifiable artist, Dilly Chris returns with his brand new video and hit single “Money Up,” released on CEO Ryan “Mobay Hollywood” Brissett record label, Up Top Music Group. The new single is a great depiction of Dilly Chris journey as an international, crossover artist.
Money Up” emphasizes his ability to combine hard hitting lyrics in his verses and a deep, soothing and charismatic vocal tone on the choruses.
This Reggae/ Dancehall track is produced by the grammy award-winning producer, IzyAreYouKiddingMe exemplifiedby the melodic backdrop that seamlessly merges every element of the song.
Izy is a Jamaican-born, Miami based producer behind Koffee’s worldwide chart topping hit “Toast.” Izy’s ability to integrate Caribbean and Latin-American inspired instrumentation into commercially viable compositions has quickly made him an in- demand producer. “Money Up” is a creative collaboration by both talented musician that indicate what the future holds in modern day Reggae/ Pop culture. “I want to be one of the top singers out of Jamaica, careening to the top of the international scale” said Dilly Chris, “I want to be the creator of hits after hits and always having a song on the local and international charts.”
Dilly Chris is in studio currently working on his upcoming Album entitled “Journey,” which is schedule to be release early February 2021 on The Up Top Music Group record label.
Dancehall Queen Spice is a certified star. Her music has streamed more than 270 Million times on YouTube, she has performed to sold-out stadiums and venues around the world, and she is a leading character on Love and Hip-Hop Atlanta.
Spice’s song “Inches” has social media in a frenzy, and radio wanting the track right now. Taken from the Reggae Gold 2020 Compilation, this song is officially available and streaming right now!
Spice’s weaves and hair extensions have always been a topic of conversation because of their color. Women like seeing the star express herself through her hair. Spice’s confidence has empowered women around thew world to celebrate their choice of hair length and color, so Spice has applied a winning formula: Music meets Style! Spice sing “inches / inches / all about my inches / y hair long to me back / real or fake my money buy dat / mih nuh wear cheap hair me leff dem fih dat ….”
To compliment the catchy chune, Spice’s music video takes on a playful theme by recreating the Rapunzel scene by displaying her signature blue hair that is several inches long. Also featured in the music video are her dancers sporting various looks and lengths of weave from Spice’s hair line.
Get ready for callers to call in to your show to talk about Spice, her song “Inches” and the length of hair they are wearing today!