• Great 8 track album from Keznamdi showcasing conscious rootsy bits to soulfully riding on hiphop flavoured rhythms this one a all killer no filler! "Victory" a collaboration with Chronixx is huge. Highly recommended.
• Powerful and refined collaboration from the Parisian producer Manudigital and veteran Jamaican deejay Joseph Cotton! Based around authentic 80'-90's digital rhythms with guest appearances from King Kong and Anthony Malvo. Bim!
•[RRDL Exclusive] London based UK dub label Riddim Chango’s first release in 2017 is a “Dangerous” split four tracker from Europe’s leading soundsystem and label O.B.F in tag with Tokyo’s forward thinking reggae duo Bim One Productions! Wicked vocal from O.B.F posse and popular recording artist Shanti D covering Conroy Smith’s digital anthem “Dangerous” cooked by both international crews in totally different fashion! Exclusively available at RRDL for now. Heavily recommended!
• J.Robinson a.k.a. Whodemsound dropping deep two drop ragga dubstep with vocals from the likes of Jah Mirikle and Donovan Kingjay. But the sax cut is actually the one!
•Digital goes romantic. Lover's Rock meets dancehall in King Jammy's Studio. Love and romance ina digital style, King Jammy presents songs of devotion over his fresh, hard-hitting computerized rhythms
•Murder in the dancehall tonight! Jammy's leading artists boost up the sound system. The heart and soul of dancehall - singing about the sound over crucial rhythms, challenging a sound boy to come test Jammy.
• Quality vocal compilations focusing on 70's roots vocals released on Justice imprint including classics from the likes of Johnny Clarke, Barry Brown, Cornell Campbell, Leroy Smart, Horace Andy, Linval Thompson and Delroy Wilson. So many classics! Boom!
• Tommy McCook is undoubtably one of the best saxophonists ever to emerge from Jamaica. Here, entitled "Horns Man", comes a set of 18 superb horn instrumentals produced by the legendary Bunny Lee. One of the much better compilations summing up the master work by the reggae great. Recommended!
• Sweet digital reissue from Crown Price consists of big tunes like "If This World Were Mine", voiced over the same rhythm as "Black Roses" by Barrington Levy and the title track "Satisfaction Feeling" and many more. Great 83' roots music.
• Most would agree Jackie Mittoo was one of the best keyboard players in the history of the Jamaican music and the father of many classic hits. As you can see from the title here, "Striker Showcase" consists of gigantic 34 instrumentals for Bunny Lee including many of old Studio One classics as well as 70"s Bunny Lee goodness. Listen!