Title
Artist
Label
Format
Date

Bob Locko Riddim
Various
Upful Music
Digital Release
February 27, 2014

Track list
  1. Sophia Squire- Some Day
  2. Kelissa - Tomorrow Never Comes
  3. Tenna Star - Calling Jah
  4. Karina - Fallen Angles
  5. Sheldon Senior - Waah Mi Reggae Music
  6. Serge Kassy - Kiki Dakolia
  7. Ras Negus I - King Selassie I
  8. Karl Magnus - Lost And Found
  9. Don Sha - What We Need Is Love
  10. Jahzzer - Es Tu Fuerza
  11. Rocksteady Fred - Bob Locko Riddim
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Vocals : 4/5 Backing : 4/5 Production : 4/5 Sound quality : 5 Sleeve : 5
From Sweden comes reggae producer Rocksteady Fred with his initial release called 'Bob Locko Riddim', which happens to be a catchy slow paced one drop riddim.

The first single pon the riddim surfaced last year. It was a quality track by Sophia Squire, Some Day. This songbird not only knows how to deliver a fine tune, she also made a name as songwriter, producer, composer and arranger. The video of her tune got an impressive amount of 130,000 views on YouTube! The next highlight on the album comes from vocalist Kalissa. She hails from Saint Ann, Jamaica, and belongs to the new and upcoming talented youths from the Reggae Revival movement, initiated by the likes of Protoje and Kabaka Pyramid. Her awesome tune deals with the concern about the future and what would you do if "tomorrow was taken from you".

Tenna Star was born and raised in Kingston, Jamaica and learned his craft singing on numerous sounds like Crystal Sound, Rambo International and Kilimanjaro to name but a few. He came to England in 1994 where he quickly embarked on a successful career releasing quality tunes in combination with several renown UK producers. Here he contributes a top roots tune called Jah Calling. Ras Negus I belongs to the Lions Den Fam community from the UK. His praising song King Selassie I is firm and fierce tune that deserves to be heard worldwide. Don Sha, an artist based out of South Florida, is known for his silky smooth vocals and deejay style. His tune What We Need Is Love is a solid effort pon the riddim. Some really nice dancehall vibes come from Jasser Contreras Cervantes aka Jahzzer with his tune Es Tue Fuerza. Don't forget to check out Sheldon Senior's effort called Waah Mi Reggae Music. We hope to expect more niceness from this talented Jamaican singer!

Nice debut set out of Sweden!