In a week flooded with explosive releases, Madaroad.com’s music team has been awash in rhythm and rhyme, sifting through the rush of tracks that hit the scene. From iconic collaborations to emergent voices making waves, we’ve curated a list that underscores the dynamic vibrancy of the dancehall and reggae genres. Join us as we unveil the tracks that have not only made a mark this week but promise to resonate in playlists for weeks to come.
Summa Hot Remix’ by Sean Paul, Skillibeng, Busta Rhymes
Three powerhouses converge in this remix of Sean Paul’s ‘Summa Hot’. With Skillibeng’s fresh dynamism and hip-hop heavyweight Busta Rhymes adding his unmistakable touch, this rendition only amplifies the track’s sizzle. If ever there was a collaboration that highlights the global impact of dancehall, this is it.
‘Money Move’ by I-Octane
Produced by Killaimij Records on the Lunch Time Riddim, I-Octane’s ‘Money Move’ is all about the currency of swagger. A track that deserves every accolade, its catchy lyrics and I-Octane’s signature flow make it a must-play.
‘God Up’ by Jah Vinci
Once again proving why he’s an unsung hero of dancehall, Jah Vinci drops ‘God Up’. An artist whose consistency should place him among the greats, this track is yet another testament to his talent. Don’t skip, hit play.
‘No Doubt’ by Bugle
Reggae sensation Bugle graces our list with a conscious and uplifting number. ‘No Doubt’ is the kind of track that resonates deep, a reminder of why reggae is much more than just music.
‘Rude Boy’ by Tarrus Riley, Deja
A sonic blend of soulful rhythms and evocative lyrics, Tarrus Riley and Deja’s ‘Rude Boy’ is the perfect backdrop for those intimate late-night drives. Credit goes to Romeich Ent / Slyda Di Wizard Music for this harmonious production.
‘Order’ by Malie Donn
Emerging talent Malie Don makes a statement with ‘Order’. Bursting with lyrical prowess and a captivating flow, it’s clear why Malie is fast becoming a name to watch in the dancehall scene.
‘Badman Ting’ by Bounty Killer, Baby Cham ft. Idris Elba
From the freshly minted EP ‘Time Bomb’, dancehall legends Bounty Killer and Baby Cham team up with British star Idris Elba for ‘Badman Ting’. The track is a reminder of why these artists reign supreme, effortlessly blending the old with the new.
‘MIAMI’ by Ajji
While not the newest on our list, Ajji’s ‘MIAMI’ deserves its moment in the spotlight. Sometimes gems take a minute to shine, and this track is glistening brighter with each passing week.
And there we have it – a week where music surpassed expectations, redefining the standards of excellence in dancehall and reggae. Let these tracks be the pulse to your week, the rhythm to your vibe. As always, keep it locked to Madaroad.com for the freshest updates in the world of music.