Various artists album review
Dancehall Mix-Tape 1 ~ Bobby Konders "Mad Sick Head Nah Good" Mix
December 19 - 2003
from 5 (excellent) to 1 (poor)|
|Vocals : 4||Backing : 4||Production : 4||Sound quality : 5||Sleeve : 4|
The hugely popular "Greensleeves Rhythm Album" series forms the basis for the album "Greensleeves Official Dancehall Mix-Tape 1" which is the first in a brand new series that brings you the dancehall party vibe non-stop. The series kicks off with the one and only Bobby Konders, of the Massive B Soundsystem, the producer, the man behind New York's most listened-to dancehall show on the famous Hot 97. Bobby has mixed over 60 hit tracks on one continues CD that provides the listener with the A-list dancehall selection that has been busting up the dancefloors and madding the charts right now. Bobby calls it the "Mad Sick Head Nah Good" mix. The mix is as crazy as he calls it ... with over an hour of the most in demand cuts on the riddims featured in the "Greensleeves Rhythm Album" series. The "Mad Sick Head Nah Good" mix takes of with the key cuts of the "Coolie Dance" riddim, then gallops across Donovan "Vendetta" Bennett's "Good To Go" riddim like a mad man and continues in the same manner with the "Krazy" riddim, then spins the "Mad Ants" also from Donovan "Vendetta" Bennett. More niceness comes from the cuts across the extremely successful "Diwali" riddim, courtesy from Steven "Lenky" Marsden. From the same producer Bobby uses the "Masterpiece" riddim, mixing it into the hard edged "Bad Company" riddim. Finally he brings it right up to the minute with Greensleeves' most recent outing, the "Trifecta" riddim.