Title
Artist
Label
Format
Date

Ragga Ragga Ragga! 2007
Various
Greensleeves-Munich
CD
April 4, 2007

Track list
  1. Shaggy - Rub A Dub Wi Want
  2. Beenie Man - Reverse Di Ting
  3. Collie Budz - Wild Out
  4. Mr.Vegas ft. Overmars - Raging Bull
  5. Erup - Gal A Run Dem Head
  6. Future Fambo - Drunken Dance
  7. Tony Matterhorn - Bawl & Beg
  8. Voicemail - Dancing Fever
  9. Mavado ft. Serani - Dying
  10. Macka Diamond - Hoola Hoop
  11. Firelinks - Do Your Thing
  12. Boysie & Not Nice - Bung Bong
  13. Mr. Vegas - Killa Swing
  14. Tony Matterhorn - Sidung Pon It
  15. Vybz Kartel - Whine Pon You
  16. Beenie Man - Could-A-Neva
  17. Future Fambo - Tom Drunk
  18. Busy Signal feat. Mavado - Badman Place
Rating : from 5 (excellent) to 1 (poor)
Vocals : 4 Backing : 4 Production : 4 Sound quality : 5 Sleeve : 4
The Greensleeves 'Ragga Ragga Ragga' series has consistently been one of the most powerful and popular dancehall compilation and is always a pleasure for the most ardent dancehall fan. The series tries to spawn the biggest and most exciting hits -- and those to come -- of the year, and most of the volumes come very close to that goal.

The album starts with Shaggy's recent chart topping hit tune Ruba Dub Wi Want. It's a top tune from producer Donald Grant on his VIP riddim. Newcomer Erup presents his breakthrough hit (still in the charts!) Gal A Run Dem Head on the "Gardener" riddim. (You Tube VideoClip Here)

Hit producer pur sang, Donovan 'Vendetta' Bennett, adds two of his productions. First there's the track by Voicemail Dancing Fever and next comes Vybz Kartel with Whine Pon You. Both tunes are across the powerful "Raging Bull" riddim. Upcoming star Collie Buddz brings his lick of the "Sidewalk University" riddim Wild Out aka Panty, a tune he recorded for the Jam 2 label.

One of the bestselling chart toppers in Jamaica is Macka Diamond's lick of the "Bellevue 2k6" riddim, Hoola Hoop. It's riding the charts for several months now. (You Tube VideoClip Here)

Another top riddim is "Hot Wuk", coming out of the 'In the Streetz' camp of Byron Murray. Here you will find two versions of that successful riddim. Artist/deejay Tony Matterhorn with Bawl & Beg and dancehall vet Beenie Man with Could-A-Neva. Beenie Man also teams up with new and upcoming producer Sean Nizzle for the hit tune Reverse Di Ting.

Further enjoyable moments are brought to you by Future Troubles, who nowadays calls himself Future Fambo. Check out his hilarious tune Tom Drunk, courtesy of Steely and Clevie. Busy Signal, in combination with Mavado (or is he called Movado?), closes the album with their hit tune Badman Place. (You Tube VideoClip Here)

A nice selection to start Summer 2007. Enjoy it!