REVIEW: Radikaly Riddim by Flash Hit Records

by Liam Monaghan

There are more and more ‘Riddims’ being produced everyday but to find that one solid riddim which ticks all the boxes for a heap of artists is like striking gold in a mountain. Straight out of Flash hit Records we see a new riddim called ‘Radikaly Riddim’ based on the Heavenless Riddim and sees many top class names voicing on it including youth artists and veteran artists, it could be one of the biggest riddims of the year. The riddim has the likes of Jah Sun, Nico D, Derrick Parker, Raymond Right, Exile Di Brave but my personal favourites are:

Kabaka Pyramid – No Cliché
Kabakas talented ability to flow and use intellectual lyrics to tell stories comes through on this record

Ward 21 – Badmind People
Sukus monotone voice truly takes on this riddim, fast riddim delivery at lightening pace will induce a head bop.

Perfect Giddiman – Got To Save
Giddimans large boisterous vocals really put the aggression into this riddim! Some riddims are very soft but Giddimani’s lyrics and style really make this record stand out from the others.

Million Stylez & Rebellious – Inna Di Vibez
A perfect combination with the vocals, Million Stylez has a soft voice and concentrates on the singing of the melodies whereas Rebellious has a robust deep voice and harmonises which is a great contrast.

• Kabaka Pyramid – No Cliché
• Ward 21 – Bad Mind People
• Jah Sun & Bobby Hustle – Reggae Anthem
• Jah Vinci – Bun Di Fire
• Million Stylez & Rebellious – Inna Di Vibez
• Nico D – invincible
• Virtus – Rub A Dub Session
• Lieutenant Stitchie – Tun Up
• Papa Michigan – Ready Fi Dem
• Little Kirk – Foundation
• Derrick parker & Jigsy King – We Kill Sound
• Raymond Wright – Rite Ting
• Publik Report – Corruption
• Perfect Giddimani – Got To Save
• Exile The Brave – Talk It Like
• Lorenzo – Don’t Stop The Music
• Rapha Pico – Love Within