Title
Artist
Label
Format
Date

Show Love Riddim
Various
Itation Records / More Love Productions
CD
May 20, 2008

Delly Ranx, Fiona - Show Love Riddim Track list
  1. Show Love - Jah Sun & Prezident Brown
  2. Let Them Live - Natty King
  3. Biggest Thugs - Niyorah
  4. When Your Time Is Up - Norrisman & Pressure
  5. Trodding Alone - Lutan Fyah
  6. Hold Me Close - Delly Ranx & Fiona
  7. This Love - Gyptian
  8. Righteously Striving - Batch
  9. Oh Mama - Troy Anthony
  10. Turn Up The Heat - Army
  11. More Luv In Di Ghetto - Rocker T
  12. Better Tomorrow - Al Pancho
  13. Only Jah Knows - Ras Attitude
  14. Youths Need Love - Binghi Ghost & Love Fyah
  15. Hail Up The King - Ras Matthew
  16. Blessed Be - Ishi Dube & Jah Dan
  17. I Am Blessed - Lady Passion
  18. Healing Of The Nation - Ras Indio
  19. Show Love Version - Zion High Productions
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Vocals : 4 Backing : 5 Production : 5 Sound quality : 5 Sleeve : 3/4
This second release on Itation Records is again a one-drop one riddim album with great tunes over an absolutely smashing riddim (laid with Dennis Brown's 'Should I'-riddim from 1979 by the Mighty 2 Errol 'E.T.' Thompson & Joe Gibbs definitely kept in mind) and is giving just as much pleasure to the listeners and buyers of this album as their first release "Higher Meditation Riddim" did. California's Jah Sun teams up with Prezident Brown for the very fine combination that gives this riddim its name "Show Love" (by two of its co-composers), followed by Natty King with "Let Them Live" and NiyoRah delivers the very impressive "Biggest Thugs" and Norrisman together with Pressure Buss Pipe contributes the even stronger combination "When Your Time Is Up".

Following are "Trodding Alone" by Lutan Fyah and an unusual combination that however works very well when Delly Ranx, the DJ who turned successful producer alongside Freddie McGregor's son Stephen 'The Genius' McGregor but who still deejays (very convincingly) appears alongside Florida based reggae songbird Fiona for the lovers tune "Hold Me Close". Gyptian also touches the smooth side of life with "This Love" before VI's Batch - who co-produced the first Itation Records' release "Higher Meditation" - turns our attention back to consciousness with his strong "Righteously Striving" and Bermuda's upcoming talented singer Troy Anthony pays tribute to his "Oh Mama".

Another strong St. Croix, USVI, artist Army then warns them to "Turn Up The Heat" because dem likkle fire can't disturb we before Rocker T makes a plea for "More Luv In Di Ghetto". The in my opinion underrated Jamaican singjay Al Pancho chants for a "Better Tomorrow" and then the next USVI artist Ras Attitude impresses with his "Only Jah Knows" followed by the nice Californian combination by Binghi Ghost & Love Fyah telling us that "Youths Need Love". Ras Matthew Pailes from Sacramento in California sings his praises in "Hail Up The King" and the blessings of H.I.M. are also the subject of "Blessed Be" by Ishi Dube & Jah Dan and of Lady Passion's "I Am Blessed". The last vocal of this album is Ras Indio's ganja tune "Healing Of The Nation" before this truly impressive riddim proves its strength on its own in the clean "Show Love Version".