DJ Fella Drops 'Dancehall Eruption' Mixtape
DJ Fella drops a proverbial volcano on the industry with ‘Dancehall Eruption'
Known for heating up the turntables throughout the Canadian Dancehall scene, DJ Fella has dished out his second mixtape for 2013, triggering an ‘eruption’ within the music industry.
Fella has officially dropped his latest project, Dancehall Eruption: Vol. 1, which features some of Dancehall’s most captivating singles over the past year. The mixtape is hosted by U.K. based Dancehall artist, Tenza while showcasing Jamaican and Canadian talent packed with quality and potential.
Jamaica and Canada combine to unleash lava in the mixtape’s opening as fast-rising singjays, Alty Banton and Richie Loop unveil their sure-to-be hit, Island Girl. This heartfelt dedication to Caribbean women around the world is filled with melody and lyricism as the Toronto-based Alty B joined up with producer, Dray Donz to work on what could be his biggest hit to date.
The mixtape also features Toronto-based disc jock, DJ Constantine as his French Kiss Riddim engages lips to sing along throughout. The Z103.5FM radio host’s project, which features the likes of Beenie Man, Black Ryno, Eyesus, Dudsymil and Bugle opens a crater throughout the musical surroundings with his head-pounding compilation, adding extra flare
to Fella’s new CD.
Dancehall Eruption Vol. 1 also features recently released Dancehall star, Busy Signal who dares his enemies to cross his turf, If Dem Tink Dem Bad while Aidonia and Deablo why J.O.P knows how to Run Road. The mixtape also features the Hot Pursuit Riddim (OutaRoad Productions), exploding on the scene with Konshens, Darrio and the ‘Dancehall Duchess,’ Tiana while the Yardlink Riddim (Yardlink254.com/CJ The Chemist) also makes an appearance, featuring Toronto-based deejays, Danger Matic and Ziggy Eva Strap.
Additionally, veteran producer/deejay, Delly Ranx also infiltrates with his recently-released Property Tax Riddim. featuring the likes of Sizzla, Macka Diamond and the late Captain Barkey. Production from DJ Frass also is a fixture in the form of the Pop Style Riddim while Smoke Shop Studios melts the hearts of women everywhere with the Tech Sweedz Riddim (aka Thump It Riddim), featuring Elephant Man, Ding Dong, Chuckle Berry and the aforementioned Alty B.
The ‘Fry Yiy,’ Popcaan and incarcerated superstar, Buju Banton also just some of the other noteworthy acts that keep this proverbial volcano from falling into dormancy.
Dancehall Eruption Vol. 1 is now available for free download via Mediafire: http://www.mediafire.com/file/e977b9f12s3hshb
or on DJ Fella’s official website: www.djfella.ca