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Club Dance Riddim

Club Dance Riddim

Club Dance Riddim

By Erik Magni on Tuesday, January 17, 2012 - 1 comment

Kemar McGregor climbs the charts with new riddim.

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Club Dance RiddimKemar “Flava” McGregor’s latest riddim album Club Dance has cracked the iTunes reggae albums top ten chart in the UK peaking at the number nine position.

The album features Sinead O’Connor’s new single How About I Be Me and showcases a who’s who of British lovers rockers, including Janet Kay, Peter Spence and Carroll Thompson alongside a new generation of young, international reggae artists, such as Maddy Carty, Ammoye, Rekha and Nikesha Lindo.

“As you know, reggae music is one of the most popular genres around the world – it’s pretty much considered pop music,” says Kemar McGregor in a press release, and continues:

“To make people listen, it comes down to the vibe. If the rhythm has that vibe, it’s likely to get radio airplay. If the melodies are good, and the rhythm has the right feel, it will cross over. Everyone will accept it – the dancehall crowd, the R&B crowd, the hip-hop crowd. The whole world will accept it, because reggae is already considered pop music.”

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Posted by joe on 01.20.2012
Another flat riddim from Flava. His last good riddim was the classic riddim. He should go back to the drawing board.

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