Real Reggae Riddim

The words alone speak volumes, it tingles the itch of curiosity to find out what it is, to know what it sounds like. PayDay Music knows presenting the undeniable Real Reggae Riddim.

As their 1st official release of 2012, PayDay delivers a riddim of inspiration for what is to come in Reggae and Dancehall. Grammy award winning Austin “PayDay” Green remarks, “The music needs a change, the younger Jamaicans don’t seem to have a sense of where the music comes from. I wanted to create something for everyone.”

Real Reggae Riddim features a well arranged selection of 15 tracks and a collection of artist from Bounty Killa to Capleton, Mavado to Sahie, Raine Seville to Kym Hamilton. When questioned about the artist picked to voice, PayDay comments, “it’s a whole generational mix across the board, this riddim leaves no one out, experienced artist to up & coming, Reggae to Dancehall.” Real Reggae Rididm is primed to capture the listeners within the 1st few chords, from Beres Brown’s soul stirring “Who Can I Trust” to the socially conscious “Be On Alert” from Bounty Killa and Wayne Marshall or the missing you feelings of Natalie Storms’ “I Ain’t Missing You”, it truly gives something for everyone.

While awaiting the digital release, PayDay has decided to premiere the riddim on limited edition creating a internet buzz. With over 8,000 views (in 2 days) on Mavado & Raine Seville’s “Cheating Games”, viral promoter, Krish Genius, has received such an overwhelming amount of responses to Real Reggae selections on YouTube, he hasn’t been able to keep up with comments & replies.

The riddim embodies every aspect of Reggae while filling the listener full of vibes and bringing the diversity of Dancehall juggling, each artist lends their own lyrical stories, creating one “real reggae riddim”.

As one fan simply states “NOW THIS IS REAL REGGAE..MAAAAD.” Yes it is.

Playlist :

Ginjah – Two Faces
Gappy Ranks – Why
Beres Brown – Who Can I Trust (Only God)
Kym Hamilton – When We’re Apart
Teflon – The Same Thing
Capleton – Tek It To The Heights
Iyara – Something For Mama
Sahie – Same Mouth
Bling Dawg & Lukie D – Jah I Will Never
Natalie Storm – I An’t Missing You
Fantan Mojah – Hustling Affi Gwan
Lutan Fyah – Ghetto Living
Mavado & Rain Seville – Cheating Games
Marlon Binns – Can’t Take IT No More (Tyad Of Being Poor)
Bounty Killer & Wayne Marshall – Be On The Alert

8 Comments on this post

  1. Reggae is changing and I do get your point, though….some of the tunes are really good. If you want the old vibes, then just stick to artists like Cocoa Tea, Don Carlos, etc. Don’t even pay attention then to the “new” generation of reggae that is coming out. At the moment I am even listening to Sugar Sugar – Bob Marley 😀 haha Bless up Yve

    Ras Mikeyy / Reply
  2. Now THIS is What I’M Talkin’ About..
    Still New*Generation…But WITH CLEAR, DIVINE Vision!…ROYAL*WISDOM! Bless!

    A Vision that things Will NEVER get Better as Long as Soul*Jah’s keep on KILLING & Hating on Each*Other..

    Bless Up da Marley*Genes…LISTEN.

    And Thank You for Giving me a New Marley*Song Yesterday! 🙂

    Keep JAH*LIGHT on da Page!

    Yve / Reply
  3. MAKE JAH*KINGDOM Visible.

    Yve / Reply
  4. ..Bless Up Da TRUE Prophet.

    Yve / Reply
  5. Now THIS is REAL REGGAE! 🙂


    …and STILL New*Generation! 🙂

    GO(o)D over evil EVERY*TIME!



    ..daar is geen Speld tussen te krijgen!


    Aunty RASTA.

    Yve / Reply
  6. DA REALEST Reggae!

    (hihi..Just Build mi Own Playlist on ya site to Bring sum’ True Rasta*LIGHT! 🙂 hahahh..Thank YOU , ALL!

    Yve / Reply

    Love & Light,


    Yve / Reply

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