Answer Riddim Released in 1992/1993/2000s

Answer Riddim Released in 1992/1993/2000s

AL CAMPBELL - TURN ME LOOSE
ANTHONY B - GLOBAL AWARENESS
ANTHONY MALVO - COMFORTER
ANTHONY REDROSE - HEAD BACK NO CARELESS
BARRINGTON LEVY - FOUNDATION
BARRINGTON LEVY - ALL OVER ME
BEENIE MAN - FOUNDATION
BEENIE MAN - WICKED MAN
BOUNTI KILLA - SPY FI DIE
BUJU BANTON - NO RESPECT
BURRO BANTON - SETTLE YOURSELF
CHUCKLEBERRY - MY SOUND RULE
COCOA TEA - DONT TURN IT OFF
DANDIMITE - DUST GUN
DENNIS BROWN - CAN'T STAND IT
EEK A MOUSE - WA DO DEM
ELEPHANT MAN - THE ANTHEM
FRANKIE PAUL - DANCEHALL RULER
GALAXY P - HEADS UP
GOLD DUST - SALUTE TO ME GUN
GREGORY ISAACS - WHAT IS MY BABY DOING
HALF PINT - BABYLON RELEASE THE CHAIN
I WAYNE - MORE HERB
INSTRUMENTAL - ANSWER RIDDIM
JAH THOMAS - DANCEHALL CONNECTION
JIGSY KING - DONT KNOW
JOHN HOLT - ALI BABA
JUDAS - SEE AND BLIND
JUNIOR CAT - MAKE GUN
JUNIOR KELLY - GHETTO REGION
JUNIOR REID - SIGN AND WONDERS
lINVAL THOMPSON - READY FI DEM
LITTLE JOHN - WORK US SO HARD
LITTLE TWITCH - NUH HOT LIKE WE
MAD COBRA - CEMENTRY
MAD COBRA - MACK 10
MAJOR MACKEREL - DUTTY BUNGLE
MARCIA GRIFFITHS - I SHALL SING
NICODEMUS - KEEP A DANCE
NINJA KID - HIT MAN
ORIGINAL AFRICAN - SHOOTING FI STOP
PAN HEAD - POOR PEOPLE GOVERNMENT
PETER METRO - NAH WATCH NUTTEN
PINCHERS - CROSS DEM BRIDGE
PINCHERS - LIFT IT UP AGAIN
PRINCE MIX - HEAD OVER HEELS
RISTO BENJIE - CANT STOP ME
RUDDY IRIE - OVER RUDDY
SANCHEZ - GROOVE ME BABY
SISTER CAROL - FREE FOOD TICKET
SIZZLA - IN MY THOUGHTS
STEPHEN MARLEY - THE TRAFFIC JAM
SUPER CAT - HISTORY
TENOR SAW - COPROAL BROWN
THRILLER U - SAVED THE BEST
TONY CURTIS - MET THIS LITTLE LADY
YELLOWMAN - BODY MOVE

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