Rygin King- ‘3ZN’
Rygin King one of the most talked about artists, at the moment, comes with potentially the biggest track on this riddim. Coming with a badman tune mixed with a gyal tune, it’s definitely different from something that a lot of artists would do, but that really sums up Rygin King’s emergence in 2018.
Dane Ray- ‘Aktiv (Fully Aktiv)’
Dane Ray comes with the title track on the riddim. Focusing on the value of hard work and working hard for his mother, this is an emotional track from Dane Ray, focusing on his active road to the top and giving thanks for his current lifestyle.
Maestro Don x Starface- ‘Ride It’
Maestro Don and Starface come with a explicit duet on this one. When Starface says “you like when mi quint it and ah ride it” she isn’t talking about bikes. Maestro Don and Starface team up very well on this track, continuing to show a lot of promise for Maestro Don, who is one of the most talked about dancehall prospects, having recently featured on various platforms including OnStage TV.
Beenie Man x Jus Chris- ‘Bun’
With Jus Chris providing some incredibly smooth vocals on this track and Beenie Man coming in with the verses, this is a very nice collaboration and shows a lot of promise for Jus Chris, who does a brilliant job on the hook.
J Rile compares himself to Tom Brady on this track, due to his showbiz lifestyle, taking flights after flights, the paparazzi everywhere he goes and the girls that are wanting to give him a call.
Singer J x Tamo Jay- ‘Get Gal Easy’
Singer J and Tamo Jay show off their gyallis credential on this track, telling everyone about their ability to get girls due to their lifestyle and star status, even going on to say that they can’t even keep count of the amount of girls they get with. Both artists display very good vocals on this track, going off each other throughout the track and collaborating very well.
Add V- ‘Hey Honey’
Add V shows some real promise on this track coming with a melody focused track on this riddim, with a little auto tune twist throughout the track, it is a bit of an experimental type of track and sounds very good, with the hook sounding quite similar to Stefflon Don’s ‘Hurtin’ Me’.
Jamal- ‘Too Dunce (Too Dark)’
On ‘Too Dunce’ Jamal tells everyone how dark he is, how everywhere he goes he has to have guns and make funds. This is a good track and shows some promise from Jamal, who is showing off his success, but all warning everyone of the repercussion of going up against him and his dogs.