Various artists album review
CD / 2LP
18 - 05 - 2003
from 5 (excellent) to 1 (poor)|
|Vocals : 4||Backing : 4/5||Production : 5||Sound quality : 5||Sleeve : 3|
The innovative heavyweight producer Cordel "Scatta" Burrell from the "Kings Of Kings" label hits hard again with his latest hype riddim, "Bad Company", the follow up to real bad Jamaican dancehall beats such as the explosive "C-4", "Double Jeopardy", "Martial Arts Parts 1 & 2" and "Famine".|
"Bad Company", #39 in the extremely fast growing "Greensleeves Rhythm Album" series, mainly features Jamaica's most prominent dancehall entertainers, all dropping their piece on this infectious up-tempo riddim. With such chart hungry killer tunes like "Row Like A Boat" by Beenie Man and Elephant Man's cheeky "Chiney Ting", this spankin' new mischievous jump up party riddim - actually an updated version of the "Bogle" riddim - is already receiving heavy rotation in the dancehalls and considerable airplay everywhere. Nuff entertaining and good tracks to please the avid dancehall fan to the max. Besides the aforementioned tracks from Beenie Man and Elephant Man one definitely should not overlook T.O.K.'s "I Spy", Buju Banton's "People & People", Vybz Kartel's "What's The Deal", Wayne Marshall's Rolling Deep", Sizzla's title track "Bad Company" and Ce'Cile's "More Than One Time".
Another winner for the dancehall massive from "Kings Of Kings" hit team!!