Answer 1990s dancehall reggae riddim
Tenor Saw-Coproal Brown
Ninja Kid-Hit Man
Eek A Mouse-Wa Do Dem
Junior Reid-Sign and Wonders
Anthony B-Global Awareness
Barrington Levy-All Over Me
Beenie Man-Wicked Man
Yellow Man-Body Move
Bounty Killer-Spy Fi Die
Buju Banto-No Respect
Burro Banton-Settle Yourself
Coca Tea-Don't Turn It Off
Dennis Brown-Can't Stand It
Frankie Paul-Dancehall Ruler
General Degree & Anthony Malvo-comforter
Grefory Isaacs-What is My baby doing
Half Pint-Babylon Release the Chain
Half Pint-She's Fever
Jah Thomas-Dancehall Connection
John Holt-Ali Baba
Junior Cat-Make Gun
Junior Kelly-Ghetto REGION
Mad Cobra-Mack 10
Major Mackerel-Dutty Bungle
Marcia Griffiths-I Shall Sing
Nicodemus-Keep A dance
Pinchers-Cross Dem Bridge
Pinchers-Lift It Up again
Sanchez-Groove Me Baby
Sister Carol-Free Food Ticket
Sizzl-In my Thoughts
Stephen Marley, Damian Marley & Buju Banton-The Traffic Jam
Thriller U-Saved the Best
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