In 1995, Philip ‘Fatis’ Burrell produced the “One Drop Riddim,” featuring Cocoa Tea, Sizzla, Luciano, and more. You may click here to view the full track list.
If one pays close attention to this riddim, one can notice that a part of its bass line is inspired by the “A Love I Can Feel Riddim.” You may click here to preview it.
In case the reference isn’t that obvious, we invite you to take a listen to Tony Rebel singing “Fresh Vegetable” on the 1991’s Penthouse “A Love I Can Feel Riddim.”
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One Drop Riddim
- Genre: Digital Reggae
- Produced by:
- Label: Xterminator
- Release date: 1995
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- Cocoa Tea – Israel’s King
- Luciano – Never Give Up My Pride
- Sizzla – No White God
- Luciano & Beres Hammond & Tony Rebel – Every Man Has His Way
- Selassie I Warriors – Wealth & Money
- Israels King Version