Dynamite a new hot and sexy riddim from Russian and Head Concussion Records for this July 2012. Boom! This riddim features a brand new Vybz Kartel’s single for the summer. Dynamite!
Tarik “Russian” Johnston has once again literally delivered a musical explosion with “Dynamite” riddim.
This latest musical blast led by “Love How You Wine” by Dancehall artist Aidonia has already become a ladies favorite and constant request on the dance floor. As the first few seconds drop and he sings “Wine up for mi girl” the infectious beat and naughty lyrics can’t help but want to make you move. Within less than a week the song went viral as soon as it hit the net, and amassed thousands of views on the various channels.
It is only natural that Charly Black who got his start playing a sound system in a go-go club and rose to recognition and fame with “Buddy Buddy” give 2 singles to the riddim, “Back Shot” and “Wine & Come Up”. The artist is well known to musically please the ladies and have the gift to make them move, in his own words “I try keep di girls dem bubbling” and that he does!
International dancehall star Vybz Kartel song “Dynamite” is well deserving of it’s title. Kartel who never fails to deliver, explodes on the riddim and as he asks the question “How you move your hip so?”, the reply is simply the riddim is an outburst of music, it’s dynamite!
Listen To Vybz Kartel -Dynamite – Dynamite Riddim
Billboard chart topping “Energy God” Elephant Man , Eleighand Fyah Bass round up the “Dynamite” riddim.
Head Concussions seem to have found the formula to pair up the riddim to the voice, each artist on this riddim flow with ease and one must wonder if the voices were tailored to the riddim or vice versa.
The “Dynamite” riddim distributed by digital giants 21st Hapilos is now available on iTunes. Get it clicking the banner on this page.
Head Concussion records burst on the scene with Vybz Kartel’s chart topper single “Life Sweet” and the hits have since followed. From hit single “Good Girl Gone Bad” by Konshens and Tarrus Riley to their own artist Chan Dizzy with “Nuh Strange Face”.