Just as it was beginning to feel like the world was at the brink of total chaos, a Jamaican hit maker has released a dancehall rhythm that will save us from the madness.
With Donald Trump winning the presidency of the United States, racism at a level that we have not seen since the sixties, anti-Semitism back to the level it was pre-World War II and islamophobia so high one would think Osama Bin Laden was still alive, dancehall reggae producer, Skatta Burrell, has released a rhythm that is sure to put the world back in a happy place.
The rhythm is aptly named, the “Feel Good Riddim” and features top dancehall acts like Beenie Man (King of the Dancehall), Busy Signal, Christopher Martin, Harry Toddler among others.
As the name suggests, the rhythm has a real fun vibe that is bound to have dancefloors moving and people bopping their heads in the cars.
While DownSound Records (DSR) is no stranger to putting out hit dancehall tunes, the CEO, Joseph Bogdanovich, is very pleased with this effort.
“The Feel Good Riddim #1 is the first juggling to come out of DSR this year. I trust that the positive energy and lyrics emanating from the artists we handpicked, gives a refreshing vibe to the dancehall and I hope you enjoy it going into the holiday season. Let’s tun this riddim up and its associated artists way up, and reach the international recognition the fraternity so richly deserves. Cheers for those who love Jamaica and our culture! Get your swag on,” the dancehall reggae mogul said.
Check out the song Middle East by Harry Toddler on the Feel Good riddim below.