Various – Dancehall World Riddim
1. Busy Signal – Bae-Cation (Radio Edit)
2. Wayne Wonder feat. Suprize – Combo (Back & Forth)
3. Wayne Wonder & Delly Ranx – Enjoy Yourself
4. Delly Ranx – Rock My World
5. Shaneil Muir – No Bedtime Story
6. Pressure Busspipe – Real OG
7. D-Major – Rivers
8. The Kemist – Come Over
The first truly noteworthy riddim project that appears at the beginning of the year 2023 is coming courtesy of producer Frenchie and company at the mighty Maximum Sound. Over the years, the label has built a good reputation when it comes to reggae and dancehall juggling sets as several of them were really massive. Just check juggling sets like for example World Jam, Intercom, Jah Powers Riddim, Ghetto State, and Praise Jahoviah to check for yourself. This makes one always looking forward to new offerings as most of the times the label continues the line of quality which is highly appreciated by the its many followers.
Maximum Sound’s latest riddim project is a gorgeous collection of tunes with some really solid names stepping up with big efforts to make the wildly infectious bounce of the Dancehall World Riddim set a winning one. Busy Signal, a regular on Frenchie production works in recent times, delivers the absolutely satisfying opener Bae-Cation. It’s an entertaining song with a strong feel-good vibe about taking your girl on a vacation trip to a Caribbean island. Next are two tracks by Wayne Wonder. Combo (Back & Forth) is done in collaboration with his deejay alter ego Surprize, while Enjoy Yourself sees him teaming up with Delly Ranx. Both efforts are worth hearing with Combo (Back & Forth) being the one that is slightly preferred. Delly Ranx’s solo effort Rock My World is another worthy effort here, while Shaneil Muir delivers a very nice track called No Bedtime Story. The downright stellar Real OG by Pressure Busspipe is a true highlight and so is D-Major’s wonderful piece Rivers. Then The Kemist rounds off in fine style with the decent lovers tune Come Over.
Dancehall World Riddim is certainly an excellent addition to Frenchie/Maximum Sound’s impressive list of riddim selections.