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Rainfall Riddim

Rainfall Riddim

Rainfall Riddim

By Erik Magni on Monday, March 19, 2012 - Comment

Sajay Productions has high hopes on new riddim.

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Rainfall RiddimJamaican label Sajay Productions – led by legendary producer Henry Lawes’ nephew Roymane Alexander – has just released their latest riddim Rainfall, a dancehall riddim with six cuts from artists such as Kiprich, Bugle and Vybrant.

In an interview with Jamaica Star a spokesperson from the label reveals high hopes on the new riddim, and especially an artist called Vysionaer, who compares himself with Bob Marley and Peter Tosh.

"It's more of a crossover type of rhythm. I know it will do well because it has an international appeal, that type of flavour," says Latoya McKay of Sajay Productions to Jamaica Star.

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