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Chant Down Babylon riddim

Chant Down Babylon riddim

Chant Down Babylon riddim

By United Reggae on Wednesday, November 11, 2009 - Comment

Penthouse records releases his new riddim on a Yabby You recut.


Donovan Germain from Penthouse records releases the Chant down Babylon riddim. It is a recut of Yabby You song released in 1976 with versions of Assassin, Chuck Fender, Fyakin, Lejahni, Nikki Burt, Queen Ifrica, Sizzla and Tony Rebel. The riddim is available on 'Something Old, Something New vol. 2' alongside the Land of Love riddim.

2009 is a prolific year for Penthouse records with the release of 4 new volumes of its 'Penthouse Showcase' compilation series, 4 volumes of its 'Something Old, Something New' compilation series, a compilation of Beres Hammond songs in September, Serve and Protect riddim in June, Them Never Love Poor Marcus riddim and news cuts on Feel Good and Automatic riddims.

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