Title
Artist
Label
Format
Date

The International Riddim
Various
Real Links Productions
Digital Release
October 26, 2014

Track list
  1. Busy Signal - Lonely
  2. Capleton - Stepping
  3. Lutan Fyah - No Good Fi You
  4. Gott Yo - Things Hard
  5. Exco Levi - Mama Prayer
  6. Kananga - Negusa Nagast
  7. Turbulence - We Belong
  8. Hezron - I'm Coming Home
  9. Natural Black - Insane
  10. Trapykal One - Free The Chain
  11. DYCR - Rose
  12. I Zebulun - Victimize
  13. Nesbeth - I Nah
  14. The International Riddim Version
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Vocals : 4 Backing : 4/5 Production : 4/5 Sound quality : 5 Sleeve : 3
After previously having released the juggling projects "Fyah Bounce Riddim" and "Sunrise Boulevard Riddim", Real Links Productions - a collective group of Reggae artists based in Miami, Florida - FINALLY delivers "The International Riddim", one of our favourites across the past couple of months or so in a full and official manner.

Produced by Fyah Fashion and Jeff De Master, the composition here is a stirring one. With kind of a building momentum, "The International Riddim" is all kinds of infectious and Real Links Productions has done well in placing it in some equally tremendous and capable hands. Busy Signal does his typically unpredictable brilliance. With "Lonely"" he delivers a smooth lovers tune like he knows how to and reminds us to "Cherish the love we have" and "cherish the life we live" like Kool & The Gang did in their 1984's hit song titled "Cherish". Capleton is in great shape and delivers the conscious "Stepping", one of his best efforts in recent times, in his well-known fiery style. Also the very dependable Lutan Fyah gives his very best in the cautionary "No Good Fi You". It's great to come across a 'one riddim' album that opens with three winners. And it doesn't stop here! The following ten vocal tracks are also worth hearing with especially Exco Levi's "Mama's Prayer", Hezron's lovers piece "I'm Coming Home", Natural Black's "Insane" and Nesbeth's "I Nah" being efforts that match the first three tracks. Furthermore of interest are the tunes delivered by up-and-coming artists Gott-Yo, Kananga and Trapykal One.

Definitely one of the stronger reggae juggling albums of the year.