Travellers Riddim
Larger Than Life Records
Digital Release
December 12, 2014

Track list
  1. Chino - Never Gonna Stop
  2. Gappy Ranks - Me Alright
  3. Pressure Busspipe - She's Mine
  4. Teflon - Blame Game
  5. Bobby Hustle - Rolling Stone
  6. Gappy Ranks - Running Away From Love
  7. Travellers Riddim Version
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Vocals : 4 Backing : 4/5 Production : 5 Sound quality : 5 Sleeve : 4
Since Larger Than Life Records from Boston MA emerged on the scene, we've been treated to juggling projects that have been worthwhile listening to. The riddims they've put out in the past two years include "Life After Lifetime", "Queen Of Queens", "Tallawah", "Broke Life", "Going Home" and "Simply Natural".

And now there's the latest composition from the well reliable people at Larger Than Life Records, the powerful "Travellers Riddim", which comes with very relaxed and easy vibes. As usual LTL has assembled a very impressive roster of vocalists which tackle the "Travellers" riddim and, in just six vocals, do a whole heap of damage. Very talented St. Thomas (VI) chanter Delyno Brown aka Pressure Busspipe leads a group, which also includes UK reggae star Gappy Ranks [twice], rising US reggae singer Bobby Hustle, Teflon and even Chino. The latter, the multifaceted son of reggae icon Freddie McGregor, gets things started in fine style with the party song "Never Gonna Stop". Then it's Gappy Ranks who delivers his first effort on the riddim, "Mi Alright", one of the standouts here and an even better cut than his second tune entitled "Running Away From Love". Pressure Busspipe shines bright on the entertaining lovers piece "She's Mine", while the ever-blazing Teflon from the parish of St Mary JA delivers the matching "Blame Game". Bobby hustle once again shows potential with "Rolling Stone" Included is a clean version of the riddim, which is always a welcome addition to a 'one riddim' set.

The "Travellers" riddim has a very BRIGHT vibe to it, which is sublime to listen to here and biggup Larger Than Life Records who impress virtually every time you hear from them.