Ever since Chimney Records’ first release in 2007, producers Jordan McClure and David Hayle have indefinitely established their label as a household name within the Jamaican music circuit. Known for a slew of chart topping hits such as Star Bwoy by Mavado, Chill Spot by Christoher Martin as well as riddims Summer Fling, Money Box and Island Vibes to name a few. The duo approaches 2013 with no reservations to outdo their previous productions. (courtesy of http://www.jamaicansmusic.com/news/Music/Chimney_Records_Pushing_Boundaries_In_Dancehall )
This Rising Sun Riddim is hands down undoubtfully the biggest Reggae Riddim of 2013. The release features Tarrus Riley, Chronixx, Kabaka Pyramid, Jah Cure, Zagga, Tessane Chin, I-Octane, Demarco, Christopher Martin, Kelissa, Kibaki, Singing Sweet and Bramma. The entire release offers beautiful inspiring songs about life, its injustices, hope and upliftment. Tarrus Riley sings about today being his day and Tessanne Chin says “don’t waste your time of thoughts of giving up”. She recently proved on NBC’s The Voice “Anything’s Possible”, winning the challenge on Adam Levine’s team.
Chronixx and Kabaka Pyramid sing about life being alright each day as Jah Jah rises them. Demarco sings about life not being right for today’s youths, as Jah Cure searches for a “Better Way”. When I-Octane finds love on Rising Sun Riddim his voice is like a nice cool breeze on a warm sunny day. Christopher Martin has Jah by his side while Kibaki and Singing Sweet continue trodding on “One More Day”. Kelissa urges you to “Slow Down” there is a lifetime to live. Bramma says “Wha Gwaan Mi Darlin” as he sings about the love of his life. Chimney Record’s very own Zagga continues to remain humble and focused on reaching his true destination. Rising Sun Riddim was produced over the last year and a half. Jordan and David directed and orchestrated the entire project as if it were a Reggae Riddim novel.