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Yemisi Riddim

Yemisi Riddim

Yemisi Riddim

By Erik Magni on Monday, November 2, 2015 - Comment

Oneness Records takes inspiration from Africa on new riddim.


Yemisi RiddimGermany’s Oneness Records is back with a new riddim – Yemisi. It collects 13 tracks, of which one is a dub cut and one is an instrumental version.

It’s voiced by artists from near and far, including Macka B from the UK, J Boog & Irie Love from Hawaii, House of Shem from New Zealand, Richie Campbell from Portugal, Mark Wonder from Jamaica and Daddy West from Nigeria.

According to the press release the title of the riddim is inspired by a powerful woman, and Yemisi is an African name and means “God Cherishes Me”.

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