Various artists album review
Good To Go
CD / 2LP
01 - 09 - 2003
from 5 (excellent) to 1 (poor)|
|Vocals : 4||Backing : 5||Production : 5||Sound quality : 5||Sleeve : 3|
There's no stopping the Don aka Donovan "Vendetta" Bennett this year. After having scored hits with the "Mad Ants" and "Krazy" riddims on his "Don Corleon" label, one of Jamaica's hottest new producers drops the next massive jugglin' riddim - "Good To Go". We're pretty sure that the "Good To Go" will become one of this year's most successful street beats as Don "Vendetta" Bennett has managed to create an outstanding as well as exciting riddim with a catchy guitar lick. The quality of the riddim and the involvement of Jamaica's most talented and innovative deejays and singers make that "Good To Go" is set to shake down the place and cause nuff upheaval on the dancefloor. Not that many bashment sets contain a whole heap of worthwhile cuts, but here you'll have one. Just check "Stop Hitch" and "Bun Down That" by the "Energy God" Elephant Man, Bounty Killer's "Sadda Dem", Sizzla's "It's Burning", "Coochie Zone" by Ward 21, Wayne Wonder's "In My Room", Bling Dawg & Lukie D's "Girl For Me", Assassin's "Pull Up", Zumjay's "Read & Write" and "Ghetto Youths" by Frisco Kid & Ce'Cile, to name some of the best tracks featured here. Also lesser known artists like Nicky B and Regan deliver matching efforts.