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Queen of Queens Riddim

Queen of Queens Riddim

Queen of Queens Riddim

By Erik Magni on Monday, December 17, 2012 - 2 comments

Larger Than Life Records present sophomore riddim.


Queen Of Queens RiddimU.S. based Larger Than Life Records have recently put out their second riddim, and the follow-up to their debut production Life After Lifetime riddim released in February 2012.

The latest one drop installment is titled Queen of Queens riddim and is a collaborative effort with veteran producer and artist Delly Ranx and Pure Music Productions.

The nine cuts are voiced by top international singers, deejays and players of instruments, including established names as well as bright stars on the rise such as Chronixx, Lutan Fyah, Perfect, Sizzla and Gappy Ranks along with Dean Fraser on saxophone and Nambo Robinson on trombone.

The Queen of Queens riddim is now available on digital platforms worldwide.

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Posted by KAMANJA KARANJA on 01.01.2013
Wow... Sizzla Kalonji.... The track is wonderful and as usual Sizzla rides with it... I love the track, vocals from the king.. BIG UP LARGER THAN LIFE RECORDS... I am a singer too based in Kenya... RANKING P IS MY NAME... ON SOUNCLOUD TOO BLESS. ONE DAY I HOPE TO WORK WITH YOU.

Posted by MBUGUA on 01.13.2013
Hi, Greetings from Kenya... Larger Than Life records seems like very very serious recording hose... I too am a singer... Would you give me a track I do a song on it then send it to you.. To listen?... JAH BLESS

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