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Rootsman Riddim

Rootsman Riddim

Rootsman Riddim

By Erik Magni on Thursday, February 14, 2013 - Comment

A rub a dub riddim from Overstand.


Rootsman RiddimOverstand Entertainment has invited some of Jamaica’s most influential rising stars for the Rootsman riddim, a riddim borrowing from Ini Kamoze’s Sly & Robbie produced heavyweight early dancehall scorcher Wings With Me.

“Strictly rub-a-dub we playing,” says producer Winta James in a press release explaining the company’s debut project.

Chronixx, Jesse Royal, Iba MaHr and Jah9 are all enlisted, singing Rastafarian messages, while the more noted and established Tarrus Riley is more in a romancing mood on his Cold Girl. Completing the package is a dub version mixed by Tuff Gong engineer Gregory Morris.

Rootsman riddim is now available on digital platforms worldwide.

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