Title
Artist
Label
Format
Date

Four Corners Riddim EP
Various
Germaica Austria
Digital Release
April 5, 2015

Track list
  1. Miss Str8 - Ova Me
  2. Slash - Better JA
  3. Sasique - Body Ready
  4. Kunley Ward - Badness
Rating : from 5 (excellent) to 1 (poor)
Vocals : 4 Backing : 4 Production : 4 Sound quality : 5 Sleeve : 4
After having co-produced the early 2015 released feel good reggae tune "Feeling Irie" by General Degree, Tom Hype is cementing his newly adopted status as producer with his first juggling project, the "Four Corners Riddim", digitally released on Germaica's Austrian sublabel.

Apart from Kunley of Ward 21 fame, no real widely known artist has voiced a cut on this frantic, hardcore dancehall riddim. And thus we're introduced to efforts from a bunch of aspiring artists like Vienna-based Jamaican artist Miss Str8, Portmore's upcoming Slash, and Kingston's Sasique. Miss Str8 gets things started with her advance single "Ova Me", which makes a decent impression. This hot newcomer to the European dancehall circuit attracted nortable attion with previous songs like "Summertime", "Stay Strong" and "Bad Nuh", and this "Ova Me" might help her expanding her fanbase further. Also the other female artist featured on the riddim, Sasique, is looking for more recognition. With "Body Ready" she delivers a nice dancehall tune, but it's doubtful if she's an artist the dancehall massive is waiting for as there are others in this extremely competitive genre that have more to offer. Slash's "Better JA" turns out to be a solid tune with social commentary, while Kunley Ward outmatches all the previous cuts with his hardhitting effort called "Badness".

Dancehall niceness from the Alps!!