In 2002, Bobby Konders produced the “Tempo Riddim,” for Massive B.
The various-artist compilation features artists such as King Kong, Sizzla, Burro Banton, Elephant Man, and more (Click here to view track list).
It’s a pretty classic Dancehall riddim, which is a rejuvenated version of the 1985’s King Jammy‘s version. The very first song to have been recorded on this riddim is probably “Tempo” by Anthony Red Rose, released on King Jammy’s Firehouse label.
Do not hesitate to leave a comment below to let us know what you think of Massive B‘s version of this riddim.
- Genre: Dancehall
- Produced by:
- Release date: 2002
Other linksDownload (1)
- King Kong – Unity
- Elephant Man – No Time Fa Dem
- Anthony B – Bun Out Da War
- Burro Banton – Jah Jah Rule
- Sizzla – I Love Jah
- 2Gcrew – Version (Kingston 11)
- Nicodemus – Da Plane Land
- Chronicle – You Say You Love Me
- Steve Machete – See Dem
- Mary J Blige ft. Ja Rule – Rainy Days
- Snow – Dance Alone
- Tempo – Version
Leave a Comment