Royal Order Music in collaboration with Roots & Harmony present “The Cultivator Riddim”
Royal Order Music is dropping their greatly anticipated Cultivator riddim today. A great riddim that many reggae fans throughout the world have been patiently awaiting is finally here. With a heavy bassline, horns to match, and some well placed piano keys – the Cultivator Riddim really has a sound of crisp, profound, and strong production. The riddim is focused on the holy herb, with an excellent set of artists who bring a showcase of powerful lyrics to the table.
The riddim starts out with Kabaka Pyramid‘s “Herb Defenda” which you may have heard from his EP released a few months back. Kabaka shows us why he’s gaining recognition today with his strong message, lyrical timing, and flow. Chronixx‘s “Perfect Tree” comes on next, with his smooth voice he makes sure you know that the High Grade is the perfect tree. Sizzla Kalonji blesses the riddim next with a display of vocal and lyrical mastery in his tune “Sweet To My Brain”. Sizzla‘s tune comes across sounding literally sweet. This is followed by a real nice Wayne Marshall tune titled “Boom Draw,” where he emphasizes his spliff being supersized. Following this is Pressure Buss Pipe‘s tune “Good Ganja Herb.” Pressure represents the V.I. to the fullest in this hot tune. Mykal Rose‘s tune is next titled “Ganja Over Guns” where the classic singer from Black Uhuru makes his mark on the riddim. Perfect Giddimani shines through this cloud of smoke beautifully as he licks the chalice in the tune “Smoke Alarm.” Delly Ranx is up next to speak some wise words in his tune “High Grade Alone.” Next on the riddim drops Kali Blaxx‘s “Jamrock to Cali,” right before “Real Singer Smoker” by Rocker-T. Coming after this is “Smoke Mi Weed” by Jahricio and last but not least “The Cultivator” by Noah.
With a variety of powerful artists and lyrics on this new riddim, not to mention the amazing production with such a profound and important message in today’s time, the Cultivator riddim is a must have for all reggae fans. So prepare you ears, mind, and chalice for this one, because its big in so many ways.
Written by Lex for Jamworld876
The Cultivator Riddim, is available for purchase on all major digital outlets. You can previewUnity Sound‘s megamix on Soundcloud.
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