Ragga Ragga Ragga! 2005
April 11, 2005

Track list
  1. Mi Nuh Dun - Macka Diamond/Mad Cobra
  2. Turnin' Me On (Black Chiney Reggae Remix) - Nina Sky & Baby Cham
  3. Weh Di Time - Voicemail/Delly Ranks/Bogle
  4. Mr. Teki Back - Macka Diamond
  5. Too Fucky Fucky - Vybz Kartel
  6. Ziggy Zung - Beenie Man
  7. Lexxus & Benz - Macka Diamond
  8. Dutty Panty - Vybz Kartel
  9. I'm With The Girls - Sizzla
  10. Do What You Feel Like - Voicemail
  11. Spragga Correction - Vybz Kartel
  12. Switch - Mad Cobra
  13. Three Laws - Beenie Man
  14. Free Up - Capleton
  15. School Bus - Vybz Kartel
  16. Dance To The Chaka - Beenie Man
  17. Warlord Walk - Bounty Killer
  18. Wuk Gal - Busy Signal
Rating : from 5 (excellent) to 1 (poor)
Vocals : 4 Backing : 4 Production : 4 Sound quality : 5 Sleeve : 4
You want to have a decent dancehall sampler featuring tunes across the hottest street beats performed by JA's leading and most influential dancehall deejays and singers plus breakthrough new talent? And you're not an avid collector of the Greensleeves Rhythm Albums? Then be sure not to miss this 2005 edition of Greensleeves' renowned "Ragga Ragga Ragga!" series, because it simply contains everything you're looking for. All the new (and also some exclusive) hardcore riddims that are currently mashing up any dance are present here. Thus you're treated to in-demand riddims like for example Fire Links' "Chaka Chaka", the Christopher Birch produced "Military", Donovan "Vendetta" Bennett's "Jonkanoo", Danga Zone's "Fungus", Troyton Rami's "Chat", Byron Murray's "Free Up", and Black Chiney's "Kopa". The latter can also be heard in the wicked remix version of Nina Sky's "Turnin' Me On". Vybz Kartel is the undisputed leader of the pack with no less than four tracks including "School Bus", currently storming Jamaica's Singles Top 30 chart. Also well represented is Beenie Man, who has three solo efforts on this set. His "Dance To The The Chaka" is a recent hit, while the others still have to reach that status. With a full length album in the can for Greensleeves it's obvious that Macka Diamond, who enjoyed modest success under the name Lady Mackerel in the 1980s, gets a prominent role. Featured here are the notable combination with Mad Cobra entitled "Mi Nuh Dun" and two of her recent hit tunes namely Mr. Teki Back" for the "Military" riddim, and "Lexxus & Benz" across the "Chaka Chaka" riddim. Probably due to the fact that this album is dedicated to the memory of Bogle a.k.a. Mr. Wacky, this set features "Weh Di Time" by Voicemail, Delly Ranks & Bogle, a track that was already included on the Greensleeves compilation "The Biggest Ragga Dancehall Anthems 2004". With furthermore solid tracks from Voicemail, Bounty Killer and Busy Signal, this compilation is definitely good value for money.