Caldhino furthers social commentary in new Dancehall single “How It Feel” recorded on the “Faithful Prayer Riddim”.
Since the beginning of his career, Caldhino has recorded a number of songs in which he describes the plight of Jamaican people and precisely the struggle of ghetto youths. In the keeping with his socially and consciously-aware previous tracks such as “Rising” and “Street Struggles” among others, he relates everyday life situation and the difficulties ghetto people have to cope with.
“How It Feel” is a mournful acknowledgment of the alarming and increasing poverty in Jamaica. In addition to the lyrically-charged aspect of this song, the riddim made of deep choirs synths and strings, underpinned by a military marching beat, emphasizes the seriousness of the single.
“How It Feel” is featured on the “Faithful Riddim”, produced by YardHype Music & DJ Kaas, which was released last month on digital outlets. Listen to it now. Share and comment if you like it. Get your copy on iTunes now. Support the artists and producers you like.