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Penthouse Showcase Volume 7

Penthouse Showcase Volume 7

Penthouse Showcase Volume 7

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New compilation from Penthouse Records.


Penthouse Records just released the 7th volume of his Showcase series.

The compilation begins with 2 songs of female singers Alaine and Sherieta Lewis on the latest riddim released by the label : the Big Stage riddim, played by the young and talented multi-instrumentalist Bunny-Ann Fletcher.

Penthouse Showcase 7Buju Banton's fans will be delighted to find the previously unreleased song Checking Out, recorded in 1993 on the Get In The Groove riddim from The Heptones.

Another surprise, Daville presents us the variety of his talent in a real singjay style on the same riddim than the Sanchez's hit Won't Surrender.

The sentimental songs are for the honor, as often with Penthouse, with Marcia Griffiths, Maxi Priest, Nikki Burt and Cameal Davis (Rising Stars 2008 winner).

The Mighty Diamonds pursue their collaboration with successful producer Donovan Germain begun more than 20 years ago with their new Back-A-Wall demonstrating their subtle vocal harmonies.

Penthouse new artists are also represented. The gospel artist Prodigal on a new version of the Time Will Tell Marley's riddim and Torch who delivers us an outline of his debut album which will be in stores next year.

The compilation ends with the recut of the famous Duck riddim played by Clevie himself with Romain Virgo, Busy Signal, the new talent Khago, the veteran DJs Galaxy P and Flourgan (in combination with Buju Banton's sister Adena Myrie).

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