Skinny Bwoy Jamaica To Release The “Menace” Riddim
Skinny Bwoy Jamaica is pleased to announce the release of the “Menace Riddim”.
Produced, mixed, and arranged by Sadiki. The “Menace Riddim” features tracks from some of the talented new artists that Sadiki has been working with on his new Skinny Bwoy Jamaica label. The five selections on the album, covers varying topics from the “polytricks” practiced by many in the public’s employ to “Loving” offered by singjay Jupita. Aries Soul, Addictive, Lucky Dutch and Sadiki account for the other selections on this new riddim project.
The “Menace Riddim” was sent to radio and club DJ’s on September 12th and has gotten rave reviews.
“Menace Riddim” is scheduled for worldwide release in digital format on 9.27.11.
Track Listing: 1. Ghetto People a Feel It – Addictive 2. If You Love Me – Sadiki 3. Menace – Lucky Dutch 4. Pick Me Lock – Aries Soul 5. Loving – Jupita 6. Menace Riddim – Sadiki
Credits: Produced, Mixed, Arranged by Henry Buckley, Jr. Aka Sadiki Musician: Sadiki
Ghetto People a Feel It – Written by H. Buckley, Jr./A. Lewis
(Listen Tracks Here)
If You Love Me – Written by H. Buckley, Jr. Menace – Written by H. Buckley, Jr./W. Bennett Pick Me Lock – Written by H. Buckley, Jr./C. Ratigan Loving – Written by H. Buckley, Jr./C. Gardner Menace Riddim – Written by H. Buckley, Jr.
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