Penthouse artistes take things to a new level

Kingston, Jamaica: Shuga, RC, Exco Levi, Dalton Harris and D-Major are among fifteen talented artistes on the Vikings Productions rhythm entitled ‘Baby Mother Riddim’ and they are definitely not holding back.

While young and talented artiste, Dalton Harris continues to get a lot of appreciation for his hit single, Pauper, already on the Baby Mother Riddim, which successfully connects with individuals in these harsh economic times, this dynamic tune is not the only passionate hit coming from the Penthouse camp.

“A pure love mi a preach, mi nuh know enemy,” Shuga says in her single on the Baby Mother Riddim entitled Bun Dem Down. In the song she lays down her lyrical prowess and extreme passion for equality in the Jamaican society. The very first line of the single grabs listeners as she drops lyrical bombs, delivering her far-reaching message, calling for justice in the society -no matter who you are.

Meanwhile, RC’s track on the same rhythm called Gideon Boot, empowers individuals to press forward amid the struggles of the day. “Tyad fi she wi hungry, need somewhere fi sleep at night…put on di Gideon boot dem…”, RC gives hope through the lyrics.

Keeping with the powerful and artistic momentum D-Major’s Baby Mother Riddim track, Anthem for the Meek, takes on a different aspect of the voice of the people in a commanding manner saying, “Tell dem fi si God pickney an nuh trouble dem…”. Almost synonymous with that message, Exco Levi’s hard-hitting song, Walk Wide A Mi, also on this dynamic rhythm, commands the attention of its listeners.

When asked how he feels about being a part of this innovative venture by being an artiste on the Baby Mother Riddim, Exco expressed that, “It is a great piece of work again from Vikings Productions – they are always putting out quality work, anyway. It was easy to write on the riddim, because it’s a nice riddim and it give artistes brilliant ideas; this project being one of them.”

The Penthouse camp is gearing up to drop a medley video for the Baby Mother Riddim to be released soon, which is expected to gain widespread appreciation. These projects set out a promising vibe for the months to come as it relates to each artiste’s musical journey, though they are not strangers to the Jamaican massive.

For more information, contact In Di Moment PR & Bookings: indimoment@gmail.com

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