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Skywalker riddim aims for new heights

Skywalker riddim aims for new heights

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Dancehall fans are warming up to the bouncy Skywalker riddim which features the talents of the brilliant lyricist Wasp, and veteran Harry Toddlers. These stars are surrounded by a galaxy of upcming talented youngsters such Rum Boss Lybran, Ratigan and Torch. 

The riddim was released in January 2019 on the Masterkat Productions label. 


"The response so far has been pretty good, it is getting rotation on some radio stations, and the project has been added to a number of mixtapes in Jamaica and overseas," producer DJ Kat said. 


The standout song of the riddim is arguably  Wasp's melodic and catchy 'Straight Road' while Harry Toddler is at his rhyme-happy best with 'Clean'.  

The hilarious Lybran shows up with his alcohol-inspired rhymes, and his catchy chorus where he asks : 'wah mi put inna the ting?' is sure to be a big hit among the younger demographic of fans.


Ratigan promises that he is 'Sikka Dan Dem' while Rockaz Elements vow to 'Nah Sell My Soul' with a rapid-fire delivery that blends well with the beat.  Torch turns the heat up with 'Weh Dem a Do', one of the most promising acts to emerge in the last couple of years in the world of dancehall. 


The project is rounded out by artistes such as Ras Ajai, Inibal, Quest, Dan Java and Hydal. 



01. Wasp – Straight Road  

02. Harry Toddler – Clean  

03. Lybran – Rum  

04. Ratigan – Sikka Dan Dem 

05. Rockaz Elements – Nah Sell My Soul  

06. Torch – Weh Dem A Do  

07. Ras Ajai – Nuh Love  

08. Dan Java – Hot This Hot  

09. Inibal – My Love 

10. Hydal – Ungrateful 

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