Best Reggae and Dancehall tracks lately
Some really good reggae and dancehall tracks were released lately. I want to share a few with you here in this blogpost. And do a little introduction on some of the artist and their tunes.
I also made some new riddims and beats myself the last months. You can check the latest riddim here: In My Mind Riddim
In this blog post i will share the Best Reggae and Dancehall tracks lately.
1. J. Capri – Boom and Bend over
Awesome riddim created by Head Concussion Records (producer Rvssian). The song is called Boom and Bend over by J. Capri
J.Capri, also known as Jordan Phillips is Head Concussions Records first lady, as she says it. And known from “Reverse it” and “Whine & Kotch” with Charly Black. I like the reggae mixed up with some reggaeton, moombahton and bubbling. Some great producing skills by Rvssian. And off course the smooth voice of J. Capri..
2. Clay – First Chapter
Clay, also known as Clayton Morris is no stranger within the reggae scene. He did some great work allready on the song “Hold my Hand” by Sean Paul, which he produced together with Arif Cooper.
He did some great album releases allready, but i like the new one called “First Chapter”. One of my favorite songs from the album is called; “Fire”, you can listen to the song below on SoundCloud
3. Christopher Martin – Prayer
Christopher Martin has been around a while in the reggae scene and i must say im always a big fan of his songs and creations. Chris won Digicel rising stars in 2005 (sort of Jamaican idols). Also worked together with Arif Cooper, Shane Brown and Christopher Birch. Famous by the songs; nah go change, take my wings and jamaican girls.
This one is also produced by Rvssian, Head Concussion Records
4. Barrington Levy – Lies
Since the early days i really love the music of Barrington Levy. Tell me who doesnt know Here i Come or Under mi Sensi? Great masterpieces. The song Lies is produced by mister Barrington Levy himself
5. Tell Me Lies – Celia ft. Shaggy
Shaggy is off course known for Carolina, Mr. Boombastic and other great hit songs. This one is recorded together with Celia and produced by Costi (the music producer). Its recorded in 2013, but i think its suits this blogpost perfectly.
6. Notis, Iba Mahr and Tarrus Riley – Diamond Sox
I liked the original version of Diamond Sox by Iba Mahr, but the remix by Notice Productions is also great featuring Notis and Tarrus Riley. Listen for yourself
7. Shaggy ft. Sanchez – With You
This song is by Shaggy, this time together with reggae and dancehall singer Sanchez (Kevin Anthony Jackson). Produced by Ranch Entertainment, which i believe is the in-house recording company of Shaggy.
8. Tessanne Chin ft. Assassin – Everything reminds me of you
Great tune by Tessanne Chin who is known for winning “The Voice” (singing competition) and is also the younger sister of Tami Chynn. Featuring Assassin, who is also known as Agent Sasco.
9. Spawnbreezie – Every Little bit of you
Spawnbreezie (Anapogi) brings you some good island reggae. Or how he refers to it “Island Hip Hop”.
10. Gappy Ranks – Me Alright
Great song by Gappy Ranks and a single of the upcoming riddim “Travellers” from Larger Than Life Records.
11. Christopher Martin – Playing Games with my Heart
I allready told you that i think Christopher Martin is a great artist. He sounds smooth again on this great riddim called the “Take it Easy Riddim” and is produced by Ranch Entertainment. Its a remade version of the song Take it Easy from Desmond Dekker.
12. Romain Virgo – Stay with Me
Another great artist. Romain Virgo brings you Stay with Me and its a reggae cover of Sam Smith’s (UK Singer) Stay with Me. The riddim is produced by Lifeline Music (Niko Browne).
13. Gappy Ranks – Murderer
Murderer by Gappy Ranks, the riddim is produced by Asha D Records.
14. Busy Signal – Nah Follow Dem
The song Nah Follow Dem is performed by Busy Signal on the Freedom Fire Riddim, produced by IndeWorks. The Freedom Fire riddim also features other great artists like; Exco Levi and R.C (Righteous Child).
15. Lloyd Brown – No Soul Today
I came across this tune on SoundCloud last month, its a nice beat/riddim called No Soul Today from the album “Tun it Up of the 4th Kind”. The song is produced by Heavy Beat Recordings and also features artists like; Al Campbell, Stevie Face, Glen Washington and Kashief Lindo.
Hope you enjoyed some of my latest Reggae and Dancehall favorites. As i allready mentioned in the intro, i was working on some reggae beats myself as well (Know it All Riddim, In My Mind Riddim. And i also recorded another great song together with Indrani and J. Life, called “Everything will be Ok”. Its a great and uplifting song, which matched perfect on the Gimme Life Riddim
You can listen to the song here on SoundCloud on my channel:
See ya soon!