This thursday do not miss the “Heavenless Riddim”, a must-hear classic Reggae riddim
A couple of days ago, Ranch Entertainment released the “Heaven Bless Riddim”. As you could notice, it was a remake of the so classic “Heavenless Riddim”. Therefore, in the keep with this recent release, we’re sharing with you a compilation of various tracks from the “Heavenless Riddim”.
The first cut of the “Heavenless” was most likely composed in the late 1960’s. One of the oldest versions that can heard online is the track “Train To Soulville” by the Cool Stickies. It has been remade and re-interpreted during the past decades by many bands, composers and/or producers like Firehouse Crew, FreeWilly Music, Joe Fraser, Bobby Konders, just to name a few.
The pack I’m sharing with you today features Dennis Brown, Cocoa Tea, Capleton, Sizzla, Johnny Osbourne and many more. Hope you’ll enjoy it. Do not hesitate to check it if you don’t have it in your playlist yet. Share and comment if you like it.
- Barry Brown – Thank You Mama
- Burro Banton – In Da Ghetto
- Bushman – Grow Your Natty
- Capleton – Bug Ma Phone
- Cocoa Tea – Crying Time
- Dennis Brown – Your Loves Got A Hold On Me
- Heavenless Riddim – Instrumental
- Johnny Osbourne – Rock It Tonight
- Johnny Ringo – Rub A Dub
- Junior Cat – Would A Let You Go
- Mikey Spice – Chant Down Babylon
- Morgan Heritage – Reggae Music
- Ranking Toyan – Chalice
- Sizzla – Jah Never Fail I
- Wayne Wonder – When I’m With You
Note: Link updated on 03/19/16.