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Three New Riddims From Frenchie

Three New Riddims From Frenchie

Three New Riddims From Frenchie

By Erik Magni on Wednesday, June 13, 2012 - 3 comments

Maximum Sound releases Most Royal, Leggo di Riddim and Rude Bwoy Be Nice riddims.

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French producer Frenchie – nowadays resident in London – has just released three new scorching riddims on his Maximum Sound imprint.

Most Royal is a fresh original in a steppers style played by Frenchie and Lenky with vocal cuts from Tarrus Riley, Ce’Cile, Christopher Martin, Sizzla and Assassin aka Agent Sasco.

Rude Bwoy Be Nice is a recut of Ini Kamoze’s Sly and Robbie produced England Be Nice with added horns and different overdubs. Vocal duties are handled by Captain Sinbad, Yami Bolo, Mr. Vegas and Tarrus Riley.

Leggo di Riddim is a recut of the rocksteady classic Let Me Go Girl, originally sung by the late Slim Smith and produced by Bunny Lee. Behind the microphone you’ll find Da’Ville, Tarrus Riley, Christopher Martin, Captain Sinbad, Ras Demo and a combination between Ce’Cile and Slim Smith.

The tunes are out on 7” and each riddim comes with an instrumental.

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Posted by zion man on 06.15.2012
Good news that it's release on 45T!!!!!
Go to your record shop definitly the record to buy in 2012!!!!

Big up Maximum crew!!!!!!!!!

Posted by Guillaume Bougard on 06.20.2012
Nice riddims, some wicked songs on them too.
Large up Frenchie

Posted by Olf on 06.28.2012
"England be nice" already used by Frenchie in 1997 for the big "Rude Boy" tune (Raggasonic). Great riddim!!! Big up Frenchie.

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