RUM & BOOM RIDDIM (Official Release)

by Toya Famouz
(Atlanta, GA, USA)

Raymond Lowe (Journey Music Project Manager)

Raymond Lowe (Journey Music Project Manager)

Raymond Lowe (Journey Music Project Manager)
Gail So Gorgeous - No Sorry)
Screechy Dan and Red fox - Real yard Man
Rum and Boom Riddim Cover

Journey Music Production headed by ANG artist Patexx has ended the Summer with the release of the Rum and Boom Riddim.

Raymond Lowe projects manager and spokesperson for the Journey Music label states that the Riddim features some of Dancehall Upcoming artists alongside a few veterans.

Screechy Dan and Red Fox have once again joined forces and intend on making “Real Yard Man” another household track. The duo have already released the video for “Real Yard Man”, which gives you the real authentic vibes of being a yardie. So far they are receiving great reviews.

Another Artist Making extreme waves is Dovey Magnum, her Bawl Out track have the females going crazy. The video has already been completed and awaiting its official release.

SLR artist Feedo can also be heard on the riddim and relating to what so many pray about. His single “Poor Life” speaks about not wanting to be poor and understanding the struggle is real. Poor Life video is currently being filmed.

Another video schedule for release is “Stay” by Ajrenaline. The New York based artist lets his lady know he is not going anywhere. “No matter what dem seh mi a stay.”

Artiste featured on Rum and Boom Riddim includes Patexx, Dovey Magnum, Feedo, Ajrenalin, Alfray, Diestro, Froggy aka Badda General, Gail So Gorgeous, Jinyus, Red Fox and Screechy Dan.

According to Lowe Rum and Boom is one of the many to come productions from the Journey Music camp which currently is working on the new project Sunshine Riddim.

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