The 90s Jamaican music are considered to be the best era for reggae and dancehall music.
Artiste such as Shabba Ranks, Ninja Man, Supercat, Ghost, Beenie Man, Papa San, Tiger, General Degree, Buju Banton, Spragga Benz, Luciano, Sanchez, Wayne Wonder, Capleton, Bushman, Ziggi Marley among many other rise to fame during these years.
Most of the Dancehall and reggae riddims that were released in the 1990s are still hits today and are still played at dancehall sessions and also in night clubs.
In an interview with a veteran producer who wants to remain anonymous he said, "The present music which are being produced are not making any head ways in the Music business aboard".
Jamaica's music from the 90s were more Original. Back then when producers were building riddims they would have used original instruments such as Guitars, Horns and Keyboards.
Building a riddim presently (2010) is a breeze, with the help of various computer software.
As a Jamaican disc jock, my take on this is that Jamaican music from the 90s are the music most loved by dancehall and reggae music lovers worldwide.