Artist / Title :
Half Pint - She's Fever / 2G1 Answer
Label : Massive B      Format : 7" single      Riddim : 2G1 Answer     
Date :
27 - 03 - 2001
Rating : (1 to 5 stars)

Artist / Title :
Elephant Man - The Anthem / 2G1 Answer
Label : Massive B      Format : 7" single      Riddim : 2G1 Answer     
Date :
27 - 03 - 2001
Rating : (1 to 5 stars)

Artist / Title :
Burro Banton - Set Yourself / Gringo - Times Hard
Label : Massive B      Format : 7" single      Riddim : 2G1 Answer     
Date :
27 - 03 - 2001
Rating : (1 to 5 stars)

Artist / Title :
Junior Kelly - Ghetto Region / 2G1 Answer
Label : Massive B      Format : 7" single      Riddim : 2G1 Answer     
Date :
27 - 03 - 2001
Rating : (1 to 5 stars)

Artist / Title :
Nicodemus - Keep'n A Dance / 2G1 Answer
Label : Massive B      Format : 7" single      Riddim : 2G1 Answer     
Date :
27 - 03 - 2001
Rating : (1 to 5 stars)

Artist / Title :
Chronicle - Give A Little Love / Conroy Smith - I Fell In Love
Label : Massive B      Format : 7" single      Riddim : 2G1 Answer     
Date :
27 - 03 - 2001
Rating : (1 to 5 stars)

Artist / Title :
Don Carlos - I'm Not Given Up / Don Carlos & Norris Man - The Heat Is On
Label : Massive B      Format : 7" single      Riddim : 2G1 Answer     
Date :
27 - 03 - 2001
Rating : (1 to 5 stars)

Bobby Konders packs in the flava with a pumped up bass line and a 2001 swing to bring the reggae & dancehall fan Massive B's next red-hot selection of 10 firin' cuts plus the riddim, taking one through to midnight and beyond. In contrary to its predecessor, the "Dun Dem" riddim, Massive B now raises the temperature with an "old skool" riddim , the awesome "2G1 Answer", set to shake down the place and cause 'nuff excitement in the dancehalls.
Maximum vibrations are coming from Half Pint, Junior Kelly, Elephant Man and the late Nicodemus. The enthusiastic and exciting dancehall singer Half Pint seems to be back with a vengeance as he has delivered some topnotch tunes lately after he has been less successful during quite some years. With "She's Fever" (...telling everybody about how his lady is) Half Pint hits again over a riddim that fits his vocal style perfectly well. In a short time of period Junior Kelly has become one of reggae's most anticipated artists. "Ghetto Region" is another big conscious tune from this conscious singjay, who tells all ghetto soldier to put down the gun. Also Elephant Man is a relatively newcomer. His "The Anthem" is a truly awesome cut and one of the standout efforts over the riddim. It's great to hear the late Nicodemus in fine form with some classical lyrics from Killamanjaro days in "Keep'n A Dance", which are delivered in the deejay's well known style. Also the other veteran deejay, the gruff-voiced Burru Banton, comes up with a solid effort entitled "Settle Yourself" and the same goes for the never heard before combination of vet singer Don Carlos and young rasta warrior Norris Man with their piece for the riddim, "The Heat Is On".
Whatever you do, don't forget to check this bashment. Absolutely wicked!

Teacher & Mr. T.