Title
Artist
Label
Format
Date

Faithful Riddim
Various
Cashflow Records
Digital release
December 12, 2011

Faithful Riddim - Various Artists Track list
  1. Ce'Cile - Find Dem Out
  2. Chris Martin - Stay Faithful
  3. Delus - Mi Find Har
  4. Denyque - Love Hurts
  5. G Whizz - Arms Of Love
  6. Ginjah & Singing Jah - Wanna Get Out
  7. I-Octane - Topic Of The Day
  8. Khago - Kiss & Make Up
  9. Nellie Roxx - Rather Be Alone
  10. Soulindi - Back To You
  11. Wayne Wonder - Love Gets Sweeter
  12. Zamunda - As Mi Rise
  13. Faithful Riddim Instrumental
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The successful Cashflow Records consists of DJ Neil, DJ X, Hize, and Kevin Slather. They have released several hit riddims such as the "Glory", "Pleasure", "Pagans", "Good Friends", "Bus Stop" and "Womba" riddims, to name but a few. They have worked with two artists in particular, I-Octane and Konshens. The latter scored his biggest hit with 'Realest Song', a tune across the "Better Life" riddim. Cashflow Records also produced several hits for Jamaica's self-proclaimed dancehall hero Vybz Kartel.

The "Faithful" riddim is a great effort by the Cashflow Records team. Although they are best known for tough dancehall riddims, "Faithful" is a solid and smooth one drop reggae riddim that will appeal to many reggae lovers all over the world. Ce'Cile opens in good style with <>Find Dem Out, a tune that won't disappoint you. Chris Martin solid lovers rock effort is called Stay Faithful. Konshens brother Delus is present here with Mi Find Har. Sweet and sensual Denyque (Dontré) shows her talents as she delivers Love Hurts.

Most tunes here tackle lovers themes, but Ginjah & Singer Jah are responsible for the awesome roots tune Wanna Get Out. I-Octane gives us another solid roots tune called Topic Of The Day and Zamunda contributes the third roots tune across the riddim. Reggae veteran Wayne Wonder proves he's still able to come up with an above average tune, check out Love Gets Sweeter! Also very noteworthy is Back To You by Soulindi.

If you always skip dancehall tunes, you gotta check out this fine collection of reggae tunes.