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Ganja Man Riddim

Ganja Man Riddim

Ganja Man Riddim

By Ras Achis on Tuesday, July 27, 2010 - 1 comment

Patate Records and Belleville International return with new riddim.


Well respected Frenchie records shop, Patate Records, continues to hold firm and remain active on their Belleville International imprint, dropping the brand new old school vibed Dancehall piece, the Ganja Man Riddim. This bouncingly captivative piece is sure to catch on with the more of the mature Dancehall crowd, missing that signature 1980's sound on the scene and Patate has, thankfully, enlisted some very interesting vocalists to go on the riddim as well.

Toasting the Ganja Man are the likes of 'The Ancient Monarchy', big man Frisco Kid and Jigsy King, who are the types of artists you'd hope get the opportunity to go on such a riddim. Also on board is another very fitting and appropriate name, French veteran King Daddy Yod and also the seemingly forgotten disciple of Barrington Levy, Chronicle, who appears alongside French artist Azrock on the tune Real Woman.

Fans wanting to get their hands on the Ganja Man Riddim from Belleville International won't have to wait any more at all as it is available on 7" single at Patate Records website.

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Posted by Felipe Mancha on 08.03.2010
Massa blzzzzzz

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