Title
Artist
Label
Format
Date

WOW! Riddim
Various
Biggy Music
Digital Release
February 17, 2015

Track list
  1. Kalado - Kitty Pretty (Clean)
  2. Kalado - Kitty Pretty (Raw)
  3. Assassin aka Agent Sasco - Different Ting
  4. Natel - Have You
  5. Propa Fade - My Time Now
  6. Ranco - One speech
  7. Pamputtae - Goody Good
  8. Ninja Kid - Haffi Get Touch
  9. Tanto Metro & Devonte - Miss Dynamite
  10. Biggy Music - Wow Riddim (Instrumental)
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Producer Biggy, known from the hitmakers duo Razz & Biggy, comes up with a refreshing dancehall project called "WOW! Riddim". Released on his own Biggy Music imprint, this brand new juggling set features some very talented established and emerging artists such as Assassin aka Agent Sasco, Tanto Metro & Devonte, Propa Fade, Natel, Ninja Kid, Pamputtae and Kalado.

Member of the Bounty Killer founded collective Alliance Next Generation and the founder of G-Law Records, Eton Gordon aka Kalado, gets this compilation started with two versions of his controversial dancehall tune from 2014, "Kitty Pretty". With the latter he adds another ear-catching tune to his ever-increasing catalogue of hardcore and reality-laced dancehall songs. Kalado's tune is a nice opener (although the version with its explicit lyrics could have been left out) is totally outmatched by Assassin aka Agent Sasco's dancehall killer "Different Ting". Jamaican Reggae/R&B fused singer Natel delivers the real fine melodic sounding lovers piece "Have You", while first Propa Fade with "My Time Now" and then Ranco with "One Speech" come up with decent conscious efforts. Then there's female deejay Pamputtae, who puts a lot of energy in "Goody Good". Ninja Kid throws in some old skool lyrics which makes his cut on the riddim, "Haffi Get Touch", nice to hear. Deejay Tanto Metro and tenor-voiced singer Devonte formed an international very successful duo in the second half of the 1990s when they scored their first hit entitled "Everyone Falls In Love". In recent years not much was heard from the duo, but with "Miss Dynamite" they show that they still have hit potential. We are always well pleased when the instrumental version is included and luckily it is at the end of this juggling set.

Have a listen and enjoy...