Dancehall Reggae World's Top 4 Songs for 2017 - Top four
dancehall/reggae songs coming out of Jamaica for the year 2017, selected by Dancehallreggaeworld.com
So which songs top the year 2017 for you?. I know for some this is very
hard, because some of you are loyal to your favorite artiste and might
be a little bias, right? (Laugh). But let us split some justice here.
Here are our FOUR top songs for 2017, you can agree or disagree.
In no particular order:
Artiste - Ding Dong
Producer - Romeich Entertainment
Riddim - Fling Riddim
Genre - Dancehall
First up is Ding Dong's Fling (Yuh Shoulda) - This is one of the hottest dance songs for 2017, the very infectious dance moves was created by Kool Ravers and made popular by Ding Dong and his Ravers Clavers dance crew. This is a prime contender for song of the year.
Next is Chronixx's Likes:
Song - Likes
Artiste - Chronixx
Album - Chronology
Producer - Soul Circle Music
Genre - Reggae
According to Chronixx, this song was made popular by the people. "Likes" slowly creeps its way into the heart of music lovers. This is one song which has made its way into the upper-class society of Jamaica. Definitely another contender for song of the year in my opinion.
Aidonia's Yeah Yeah Yeah
Song: Yeah Yeah Yeah
Riddim- Gena Bounce Riddim
Producer - 4TH Genna Music/Emudio Records
Genre - Dancehall
"Yeah Yeah Yeah" was the song for the summer. From the parties, Radio Stations, to Dream Weekends everyone was locked into this infectious song. Another contender for song of the year 2017.
Last but not least:
Song - We Pray
Artiste - Dre Island ft. Popcaan
Producer - Dre Island Music / Unruly Entertainment.
Genre - Reggae/Dancehall
"We Pray" was released in the last quarter of 2017, and was an instant hit in at the street parties, it slowly made its way on radio stations playlists across the globe. Anyone can listen to this song, grandmother, grandfather, Christian and the list goes on. Although "We Pray" might not be the song of the year for 2017, but it is definitely in the top three in our opinion.
So what is your pick?, We know you might not agree with us, so let us know what you are thinking.
Why not post your favorite Dancehall/Reggae song for 2017 below?