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Trippple Bounce riddim

No typo in the title. Stephen McGregor has fully made me anticipate summer in Jamaica! This new riddim entitled Triple Bounce as well as the one I posted before, Fitness, are going to be the riddims for Summer 09. Can't wait to hear what other producers such as Shane Brown, DASECA and others have got lined up. This is produced by Zip Jock Chrome from Jamaican radio station Zip 103 (they don't have DJs, they have ZJs).

This tune is mad!!! Mavado has got a hit on his hands.

The other big piece is Kartel. Same melody as Time So Hard on Boasty riddim but still a big'un to me

This tune will dun dances. Kartel kiiiiills this

Voicemail return to the dance tunes. Can't remember the last one they did since RDX came and cornered off that piece of the meerkat... sorry market. Sounds the same init?

Here is a vid of how to do the Nuh Behaviour

Not feelin that dance if I'm honest. Hence why I haven't posted it before. Riddim in the video is Movie Star if you wanted to know. The 2 Mavado tunes on that riddim along with the one posted above could possibly swing the pendulum back into his favour just in time for the most pivotal period of the year; summer.

We'll see

I can't strikeout and can't be bothered to google it but I have changed my mind on Nuh Behaviour - I LOVE THAT DANCE


  1. yo!
    you have the instrumental for trippple bounce riddim?


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