If you have been wondering what happened between Gyptian and DJ Frass last week, in this video, Jamaican Producer Patrick Roach, a veteran reggae dancehall music producer, which is responsible, in a team effort, for one of the hottest riddim out right now, Overproof Riddim, has an explanation.
He thinks that the two were arguing because Frass wanted to have Gyptian on a Riddim with so many other artists lined up already and that probably Gyptian didn’t feel like he needed to be on a “overcrowded” Riddim no matter how hot the riddim is. Roach also tells that not being on a riddim with too many artists is a common aspiration with a lot of big and established names: they don’t like to be on a riddim that already has so many names voicing on it.
Roach goes also on to say also that he has the perfect riddim ready for Jamaican World Boss Vybz Kartel and also he suggests to Addi to stop singing on hip hop beats because hip hop comes from dancehall, not the contrary. Mr Roach is an established producer that worked in the past on a couple of big Vybz Kartel hits, but they had a fall out and Kartel never wanted to work with him again.
Knowing him well Roach reveals that Vybz Kartel has been bleaching since he was 17 years old and a lot of other things that you can find out only via the video below with a rare Patrick Roach’s interview.