Jazzwadd presents the “Riot Riddim,” released in 1999
Let’s wrap up this weekend with a throwback. The “Riot Riddim”, produced by Jazzwadd for Jazzwadd & Dynamic Sound Records, is a various-artist Dancehall compilation that was released in 1999.
It’s a Dancehall riddim with a prominent bass section that blends in with the drum kick. Like most riddims of the late 90’s era, the beat is bassy and minimalistic. It leaves plenty room for the artist’s vocals to spread through.
Every song is good and unique in its genre on this riddim. For instance, for the track “She Want It” by Sean Paul, the riddim has been customized. Unsurprisingly, Sizzla, Capleton and Bounty Killer delivered the best tracks on the riddim.
The riddim is really mad. Its driven drum beat gets you bouncing along. So make sure you check it out if you haven’t heard it yet. Also, let us know what you think about it by commenting below. In case you have the full riddim, do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
01-Valuable – Heavenless (Sample)
02-Bounty Killer – Reggae Starz
03-Bounty Killer – Divide & Rule
04-Capleton – Bun Dung Dreadie
05-Sizzla – Anytime Now (Long)
05-Sizzla – Anytime Now
06-Major Christie – If Da Lord
07-Mikey Plus – Weed Knowledge (Sample)
08-Beenie Man – Crisis (Missing)
09-Sean Paul – She Want It
10-Jazzwad – Riot Rhythm Version (Sample)