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Jump Up Riddim

Jump Up Riddim

Jump Up Riddim

By Erik Magni on Tuesday, December 4, 2012 - 1 comment

Weedy G Soundforce 's big band sounding riddim.


Jump Up RiddimSwiss producers Weedy G Soundforce have over the years managed to blend up-tempo reggae, dancehall and hip-hop in tasty stew, and their latest riddim is no exception.

Jump Up has a ballroom, big band feeling and clicks in at 100 BPM. It features seven cuts from artists such as Top Cat, Skarra Mucci and the versatile Perfect, who showcases his rap skills on his Money.

The Jump Up riddim hit the digital outlets and streaming services on November 30.

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Posted by DJGreedyG on 12.05.2012
Big riddim, I don't normally check for dancehall these days but this is massive. Promoted right, it could be a pop smash (indeed, my partner thought that the Skarra Mucci tune was actually Shaggy).

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