Conversation Riddim
Cyclone Entertainment/J-Vibe Records
Digital Release
April 10, 2012

Track list
  1. Fireson Bantu - Light Di Fire
  2. Fyah Lynx - Tell Me
  3. G. Cole - When I
  4. Kahlil - You're Gonna Be Sorry
  5. Ky-Mani Marley and Tessane Chin - Conversation
  6. Ricardo Clarke - Used to Be
  7. Singing U - Free ft. Marlon B
  8. Vivian Green - Save Me
Rating : from 5 (excellent) to 1 (poor)
Vocals : 4 Backing : 5 Production : 4/5 Sound quality : 5 Sleeve : 4
Please don't mix this one up with the 1968 'My Conversation' riddim by Bunny 'Striker' Lee. This batch of fine songs is strictly 2012 stylee, and the riddim is named after the awesome popular tune Conversation by Ky-Mani Marley & Tessane Chin. The up tempo one-drop riddim comes from Cyclone Entertainment/J-Vibe Records and they have done an extremely fine job here.

Powerful opener is Fireson with the roots tune Light Di Fire. From the Bahamas comes Fyah Lynx who contributes an average lovers tune called Tell Me. Kahhil makes a better effort with his bitter lovers tune You're Gonna Be Sorry. G. Cole, most performers here are unknown to us, sings about Jah, who never lets him down, a righteous and fine tune. More sparkling niceness comes from Ricardo Clarke - a devout fan of Luciano and Frankie Paul - with his tune Used To Be. The best effort here is brought by the duo Singing U & Marlon B, with their awesome roots tune Free. Vivian Green's Save Me is also well worth spinning more than once!

The 'Conversation Riddim' is a batch of fine 2012 reggae tunes!