Get "Toasted" and "#Win", from Dancehall Diva Tifa to Cham

by DHRW
(Jamaica)


U.S.A, JA (21st Hapilos News) - Digital distributor giants 21st Hapilos who have revolutionized the entertainment industry through online distribution, keep delivering the hottest hits from the biggest and upcoming names in dancehall and reggae music.

This week spotlights features:

Please raise your glasses and drink together in honor of "Toasted Riddim" produced by TJ Records and Teetimus. The riddim features international superstar Vybz Kartel "Pussy me Say" and "You Me Say", dancehall star Konshens "Big People Thing", legendary Mad Cobra "Ordinary", Aidonia "Boom Flick", Voicemail featuring Ding Dong "Sivva", Teetimus Rock Star "Nuh Fraid A Nuh Bwoy", Masicka "Wine and Don't Stop" and Ninja Kid "Who Say". "Toasted Riddim" is available on itunes via 21st Hapilos Digital.

Fresh Ear Productions presents "#Win Riddim". The riddim is indeed a winner as it features Grammy award winner Beenie Man with "Me and My Links", Bugle "Music", Charly Black "Life Of The Party", Chevaughn "My Heart", Demarco "We Want Some More", Konshens & Delus & Javada "One Life" (Shell Weh), T.O.K "Top Setter Girls" and Voicemail "My Baby". Distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital "#Win Riddim" is now available on itunes.

Cr203 Records / ZJ Chrome presents "No Romance Without Finance" performed by the princess of dancehall "Tifa". The fashionista songstress armed with sassy and witty lyrics has become a voice for her female fans with her various anthem singles, such as the hit "No Romance Without Finance". The hit bound single is now available on itunes distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital.

I Octane delivers "Lowe Badness" produced by Markus Records. Spearheaded by Markus Myrie, eldest son of legendary Grammy award winner Buju Banton, Markus Records has become a highly sought after production company responsible for chart topping hits both locally and internationally. Brand ambassador for the Caribbean soft drink Busta, philanthropist, winner of numerous awards, dancehall star I-Octane shows no sign of slowing down as he delivers a slew of hits. Distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital, "Lowe Badness" is out now on itunes.

21st Hapilos Digital Productions presents Corry Dip & Fa Real "We Got It" (Money Cash Flow). The young Brooklyn based rising artists are a product of their generation as they blend their influences of dancehall and hip hop to deliver a sure hit. Distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital, "We Got It" (Money Cash Flow) off #Brooklyn Riddim Project is out now on itunes.

Randy Rich Productions presents "Yardie Party" performed by Grammy Award-nominated artist "Cham". Previously known as Baby Cham, dancehall artist Cham has collaborated with many hip-hop and R&B stars such as Foxy Brown, Alicia Keys,Akon and many more. With this latest single, the dancehall star is taking you along for a "Yardie Party". The song is now available on itunes via 21st Hapilos Digital.

Popular dancehall artist W.A.S.P is thankful for his many blessings and with the help of Sounique Records, W.A.S.P testifies with "Praise Mi God". Distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital, "Praise Mi God" is now available on itunes.

Kheil Stone Music presents "Acid Wash Riddim" featuring Chevaughn "Love", Da'Ville "No Behavior", Kappa "Gyal Magnet", Delly Ranx "Put It In Deh", Esco "Turn It", Voicemail "Tun Up Loud", Da Professor "Come In My Room", and Kibaki "Sell Out". "Acid Wash Riddim" is out on itunes via 21st Hapilos Digital.

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