Title
Artist
Label
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Date

7th Heaven Riddim
Various
DJ Frass Records
Digital Release
October 17, 2014

Track list
  1. Alaine - Make It Home Again
  2. Berri - Get Over You
  3. Bugle - Survivor
  4. Demarco - From We Have Life
  5. I-Octane - I Will Be There
  6. Kabaka Pyramid - Waiting For You
  7. Kibaki - Better Way
  8. Tarrus Riley - Jah Jah Run Things
  9. Zagga - Prayer A Day
  10. Alkaline - In This World (Raw)
  11. Alkaline - In This World (Edit)
  12. Mavado - She's The One
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If you're looking for something to brighten up your listening habits these days, something which is absolutely perfect for you should be the SHINING latest release from Jamaican producer DJ Frass, the aptly titled "7th Heaven Riddim". In recent years hit-maker Andre 'DJ Frass' Gordon has released some real fine juggling projects such as "Diamonds & Gold", "Cane River", "Gwaan Bad", "Center Forward", "Mad Step", "Special Delivery" and "How It Feel". Besides that he also produced the well received "My Journey" album from his long-time musical collaborator and friend I-Octane.

The "7th Heaven Riddim" certainly is one of DJ Frass' greatest recent compositions and it echoes of some of the softer material you heard coming from the great Don Corleon years ago. Coincidentally, as was the case on much of that work, leading the way here, without a doubt, is Alaine whose "Make It Home Again" is full-on masterful -- and makes it even harder to wait for her new album which was due to drop last week, but is now slated for February 2015! Making the best of the ruins Alaine lays is Bugle with "Survivor". Not far behind are efforts from big names. These include Tarrus Riley's cultural piece "Jah Jah Run Things", I-Octane's beautiful "I Will Be There" (a tune known from his "My Journey" album), Kabaka Pyramid's lovers tune "Waiting For You" and Mavado's surprisingly good crooner's tune "She's The One". But do not mistake it, Alaine reigns supreme here and when you heard it and saw her name on it, you knew she would.

LOVELY!