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Well done Alozade. The still very formidable and popular Germaican Records added some serious spice to the Riddim Driven release schedule when they tapped into one of the greatest Reggae classics of all time, Gregory Isaacs ' 'Nite Nurse' and pulled from it the Doctor's Darling Riddim , which had a HUGE run of success which, one could make the case, has yet to end. Down to business. The Career Riddim from First Name Music was another edition of RD which really underperformed to my ears as an album because just the basic riddim itself was fantastic.

It was a beautiful riddim, but most of the tunes on it, particularly during its second half, just haven't aged very well at all. The three primary exceptions of this came from a surprisingly venturing out Baby Cham , a combination which couldn't fuck up if it tried featuring Spragga Benz and Wayne Wonder and the genius that was 'Get It Back' from Kartel.

Also, you have to love the nostalgic look back on the cover of VP's old website. Cheer down! This thing was just a bit too damn happy biggup Perfect for me, but in a time where the dance song took on a completely new meaning becoming something which was made specifically for an actual Dancehall and recording it, which was awful , it was a large success. The Check It Back Riddim wasn't great by any means.

It was very bright though and the Big Jeans constructed piece made for an almost too easy time of a listen so it was damn attention grabbing. The riddim was one which was just kind of hard to dislike. I've spoken already on others which were just too much and needed to be eased back a bit to be accepted, but the Check It Back was just a few levels of intensity down from most of those.

These days it doesn't pull much in terms of big songs with the class of the riddim coming from a very select group of just two or three names - all of whom I am tired of mentioning. Ladies first. Christopher Birch produced the Thrilla Riddim and, like most of his stuff, it went on to become at least a decent sized success.

Unlike a few other times in which his work came up in this post, I VERY much enjoyed the Thrilla, I thought it was excellent and, for a change, it turned out to make for a pretty good album. The riddim would birth two tracks from two female veterans on the way up in different ways as Ce'Cile turned up with 'Loser' and Macka Diamond brought the infamous 'Done A Ready' for the track. Richie D and co. The title of this one very much encapsulated the actual riddim very well and although it wasn't the greatest and it didn't have a clean version of the track either which is a damn shame , it was just a nice creation.

It also had a few nice tunes, although I'm happy to say that the best of them all was and remains 'Let The Music Play' by Red Rat , which was sublime. The reverse crossover. Veteran Hip-Hopper, Benzino , actually had a hand in jumping up the Maybach Riddim which, despite that fact, has largely gone from sight… sound.

While it wasn't very bad actually, it was a bit too Hip-Hoppish for my tastes, but something interesting I remember happening on this riddim. If you go up and down the list of artists, besides a few that you may not know of, one stands out in a great way as very much being out of place. The element. Besides being, easily, one of the best editions of Riddim Driven ever, I look back at the I Swear Riddim 's album as being somewhat landmark for the series, as far as anything within it, besides the series itself, could be so significant.

The track, from Fifth Element , was one of the best Roots pieces of its day and, as an album, it was brilliant with winners coming from artists of all standings. I wouldn't go that far because of some of the later stuff which came in on the Roots side, but up until now, unless I'm REALLY forgetting something, the I Swear was the first piece of this series which could lay a strong claim to being the single best album RD ever pushed.

The battlefield. Scatta 's Dancehall Rock is one of my favourite riddims anywhere in this post. Two steps forward, one step back. Over the years I've gone up and down in terms of exactly how I feel about the Stepz Riddim which came from the mighty Renaissance.

It was very clever and creative and just an incredibly catchy Dancehall riddim, which certainly had more than its fair share of fans from other genres. I kind of used to think of it as a bit of an overachiever, but who cares.

The riddim had bonafide hits from Assassin , Elephant Man and Capleton. Nomen est omen. Despite its cool cover and it is cool and the knowledge that the riddim itself is a beautiful thing, Arif Cooper 's Phantom Riddim really didn't turn out so well in my opinion and it kind of fits in a very long line of albums in this series which were not only mediocre, but didn't have songs which lived up to how strong the composition was. The riddim was nice, it was straight forward and almost hypnotic and it even had different mixes , but there were only one or two tracks worth paying attention to here.

Kiprich had one of them in 'We Want Fi Know'. The Grindin , which came via K. Licious , was a strong riddim I did say it was K. Licious, everything he did is strong, at worst but the performances on top of it were somewhat lacking. And today, ONLY a couple of its tracks standout - Chico had one of them and it's the first time we mentioned him, so biggup Chico.

Double up. These two riddims couldn't be any more unrelated and unrelatable. Mixed up. It was a Lenky riddim , which tells you all you should need to know in regards to its own quality. Its album and output, however, require a closer inspection. So many top names on the track just failed to deliver and that's just not anything, the Dreamweaver, as its name would suggest, wasn't normal at all, but you'd hope for better than some of them gave.

In love. I believe it exists as the final piece of work of the legendary Errol Thompson who transitioned that same year and he linked with Gibbo , the son of the just as legendary Joe Gibbs in building it. Such a description of attributes ensured not only that the Hardtimes would be stunning, and it was, but also that it would have a great chance to be a success, and it was that too.

Big Yard and Supadoo came together to do the LIGHT, yet completely unforgiving Juicy Riddim which, really I dislike and I mean that in the best possible way it had a foundation to its sound which is just impossible to rid your brain of. Better late than never. It took awhile and it never received the actual logo look closely , but Edwin Howell 's Mamacita Riddim became the first RD release to be centered on a Soca track.

This was interesting because not only was it Soca, but it wasn't completely sprinkled with Reggae acts, although one of its biggest hits, 'Dance For Me', did come from Sasha , who would have been signed to VP at the time. Dawg-E-Slaughter probably scored the most on the groovy piece, but he was joined by Maximum Dan , the mad singing Claudette Peters and Bud.

Once more. Very typical work was this one from Heavy Beat, but "very typical" from that label is much better than "very good" from many of its peers. Power slam. Bobby Konders and Massive B came back with the far-reaching Rah! Riddim which, once again, injected a great deal of excitement in the RD series. I don't know that I actually liked this riddim in its actual day as much as I do now. It was almost purely for the entertainment and most entertaining here was Ele with the infectious title track and Kartel with the hilarious 'Push It In'.

Ya eva get di style weh name 'Spin Like A Wheel'? A piece of mi style Sophie, mi soon reveal. When she get di power slam, she call mi Shaquille O'Neal". Take it off! Again, I wasn't crazy about this riddim which, also again, would go on to have a pretty nice run. Nothing really stands out these days, with the possible exception of Lady Saw 's riddim title track. Part one. It included… pretty much everything you'd think it would from the first batch of the songs, obviously highlighted by Mr.

Wayne Smith. Part two. And "Sleng Teng Resurrection" wrapped things up as the album which linked big artists of the time with one of the biggest of all time. Today we still look back at songs gathered here from Bounty Killer , Sizzla Kalonji , Luciano , Ras Shiloh and others as a mark of a time when it became the trend to bring back older riddims and put them through a new age mix. While I did have problems with its over-usage at times, I didn't have a problem at all with what happened here.

Tremble it. Flabba 's Ruckus Riddim was a good time! I didn't even remember this one as having had an album when I looked it up, but I was, reversely, pleased that VP had chosen to add it to the collection. It's album was pretty good also. The riddim generated strong responses from ones like Bounty Killer , Beenie Man and Buju Banton and while it's not nearly as popular as some of them - it's a lot better than many of the Dancehall albums you'll read about today.

Dem caan test. The Bubble Up was another crazy, CRAZY creation from the evil genius that was Stephen 'Lenky' Marsden and while it didn't attract anywhere near the level of attention that several of its predecessors did, it's full version and subsequent album has to be regarded as one of the ace producer's finest. This thing just had no sense of direction or boundaries whatsoever.

There were GORGEOUS mixes of it for some of its worst songs and there were mixes that you didn't know what to make of which made for some of the finest things you'd hear on it. Everything hear reached a pinnacle when Assassin laid the Bubble Up to rest with a tune which remains one of his finest ever, 'God Bless' [ "so dem caan test" ]. Turnin my head. The Kopa was addictive. It was ridiculous and it was amazing. It was a big and crazy riddim from Black Chiney.

The album behind it, predictably, wasn't very good although it was very popular, a riddim like this, as we've seen, rarely translates well to an album , but it didn't even really matter by the time it appeared. I was probably the only person in the entire world, all of it, who wasn't completely thrilled with 'Constant Spring' from Mr.

So that wasn't a highlight for me… unlike you and everyone else. Still, I do managed to recall this one greatly because I paid money for it of a single track in particular. It was frighteningly good and still is one of the strongest examples of what a motivated ACE DJ can do when at his best. It was one of the best songs I've ever heard. Wayyyyyyyyyyy back when speaking on the Giddeon War Riddim I alluded to the fact that it reminded me of another riddim album which I very much thought would be better than it ended up being.

That riddim was the Bingie Trod and look where I am now. This album doesn't work, and I'm still not crazy about the actual riddim either. Alozade did produce something which, ostensibly, should have worked, but didn't in most cases and I'm still not sure why.

So many didn't do very well with this one. The ones who really did get things going, like Jah Cure , Luciano and Sizzla were in a very select company of themselves. These two pieces were very similar, with the Return essentially sounding like an intensified version of the Big Street. The former is probably one of my favourites from the Yard all of these years later and I wasn't alone as evidenced by it scoring a HUGE hit from Morgan Heritage , 'Uncomfortable'.

Nah sleep. The album was also relatively strong and it remains one of my own favourite editions of RD to date. Equal parts Roots and Lover's Rock, you had tunes coming through both channels and some, like 'Still The Same' from the Morgans, on both simultaneously and doing well. I really enjoyed this one and still do. The spirit. Birch would also take us back to church in delivering the hype traditional Gospel and Dancehall fused My Swing Riddim.

You get the kind of feeling of this one being a gimmick and it really was, but who cares. The My Swing has helped let off A LOT of stress for me over the years, even though I don't spin it too frequently, so it may be gimmicky, but it is one of the finer gimmicks of all of the…gimmicky Riddim Driven series.

Snow Cone 's Applause Riddim is destined to be known as the riddim behind Sean Paul 's big hit, 'Temperature' and that is fine at least it did have one big hit , but it did a bit more that more hardcore heads might recall and might recall even before that tune in some cases.

No deal. Q 's Bad Bargain Riddim , in its basic form, was actually pretty good. It's album? No way. The riddim was so heavy that it didn't really lend itself very well to a great melodic shift - at least not a vocal one. While tunes from Sizzla and Capleton were alright, the clear winner of this one was the clean version of the riddim attached at the end of the disc. Bronze medal. Nothing especially good or bad, just a really average riddim which turned in a really average album.

Flat tire. Only three tracks here are worth hearing, two of them come from Assassin and Mr. Lex , respectively, and the other is the riddim track, itself. Solid ground. This is one of the very rare occasions, and is one which I don't think that I've come into contact with yet in this post, where you have a single song SO tied to a riddim that it almost breaks up anything else someone does on it, even if they do it better and they don't in this case.

Cool breeze cometh. Renaissance's Ice Breaka Riddim is one which has had a great life in being involved in quite a few different things and musically speaking, while I don't rate it as highly as many do at least I don't think that I do , it was a great addition to the series. This album would also bring us the RD debut of someone who has made the world a much better place - the angelic Alaine. Places to go. The Move Riddim very much fulfilled on the designation of its title and did so immediately.

Arif Cooper 's track is definitely one of the most aggressive straight forward tracks here and while it didn't present many hits, it's managed to remain a riddim I look forward to hearing. My Baby [] 'Telephone Ting' by Kiprich. Mash up mi life. You can go through a solid track from Morgan Heritage or Richie Spice if you like. Big Yard 's My Baby Riddim won't ever be immediately recalled in their instances, respectively.

Tuck it in. The riddim also featured 'Link Up' from Calico who was someone I always used to enjoy listening to [ "Calico mi name and mi no deal no in no monogamy. Anywhere mi go a peer fat sexy gyal a follow mi" ]. The very first Riddim Driven installment of , the R.

I look at this one now and not only do you see Busy Signal and Alaine here, but you also now see Aidonia making his debut on RD. So while the riddim was pretty good, the album okay, looking at in this case, it's very much a display of Dancehall very much being in motion and a sign of the changing times, with only Kartel , Ele and Ce'Cile representing for the 'usual suspects'. Bring it back. The Baddis Ting Riddim was Shams ' first go here from since the Tai Chi which I had to write up maybe eight years ago in this post now, this is currently the th riddim hear and this is going to be crazy to post biggup Bredz!

The original came during the prime years of Main Street Records and, unsurprisingly, Shams tapped into some of the old artists from Main Street when he pulled back the former Baddis Riddim. Vegas scored arguably the biggest hit of the riddim alongside Mr.

Lex on 'Taxi Fare', but Mr. A bed of roses. Tarrus Riley did had a great song in 'Africa Awaits' on the Reflections Riddim officially credited to Moses Productions for the album and that's fine. He did fantastic as usual. However, just as was the case with the Lava Splash and farrrrrrrrr more so in this case, the Reflections loses a step once taken outside of it's 'true' identity which was the backdrop to one of the greatest songs ever heard by anyone anywhere with ears 'True Reflection' by Jah Cure.

P for??? As was always the case in absolutely any form in which it existed, this riddim is damn empowering and very easy to ride, so when you place it in the most capable grip of Ce'Cile did you catch that??? Vegas and Anthony B , you've done well.

One motion. There just isn't much to NOT like with this one. Wilder please. Another Big Yard and another big hit and another one which I didn't like as much as the masses. This time, however, a deaf man could probably tell you that the Wild 2 Nite was a nearly special composition. It was undeniably strong and perhaps my not so fondness of it emanates from my massive dislike of arguably its most popular tune, 'Bun Him' by Black-er and Macka Diamond. But in those cases, again and as usual, I was a damn fool, so hear it for yourself.

Not THAT one. I always get Fire Links ' Global Riddim confused with a different track which I, unfortunately, have to write about in about four places from here. Although I wasn't stunned by this one, although it was okay, I'll save my vitriol I love that word! The Global did very well for itself scoring hits for Beenie Man and Bunji Garlin in particular and despite its overaggressive tempo - it wasn't annoying at all.

The emergence. Look closely at the background. Go higher! This riddim was madness! Up 2 di time. It did have a few nice points. Kartel probably hung on better than anyone else with 'No', while both Alaine and Aidonia also did pretty good. But that was it, you could make cases for Assassin and Bounty Killer , but they wouldn't be very strong although as I sit here, Assassin's 'Hotter Than Her' is sounding much better than it did yesterday.

The Wipe Out Riddim was awful. It was that thing I was alluding to in the case of the Global. It was terrible and it still is. Someone please make it go away. You're likely to find a much different view of the Gully Slime Riddim from Natural Bridge than mine, which're likely to center around Tony Matterhorn 's 'Goodas Fi Dem', which was this riddim's definitive hit.

Peppa ['Gangsta Guerilla']. Which were all in some varying degrees of impressiveness, the last of them being the most so to this day. Arif Cooper 's Full Draw Riddim , unless I'm really forgetting something, was his second finest addition to Riddim Driven and I also think that it was one of the most overlooked and underrated of its day.

It was a riddim which, when you listened to it, would just develop so beautifully and do so on almost every tune in a different style. TOK 's title track remains its popular signature moment, but I think that Aidonia had a slightly better track. The road. For the music coming from its time and especially today where… shit has just changed so much for the worse , the Sidewalk University was a special creation.

On the whole, its tunes were somewhat mixed, but MOST of them were on the good side. Peppa and even Sizzla Kalonji. Slow burn. The legendary Gussie Clarke would actually produce the Consuming Fire Riddim , a track which almost seems like it was invented to make someone named ME start crying.

This one I'll always look at as being somewhat FRESH, despite its somewhat melancholy sound, because it just seemed like something unexpected. You look at the cover and you're very much anticipating something Capleton would love to be a part of and he would have , but then you get more of a Luciano-centric type of a show where, ultimately, Natty King takes top honours with 'Care For Life'.

But really this is one release where almost everyone did a fine job and contributed to one of the most consistent RD albums. A story. And for the last riddim of the day we check something which was definitely one of the high water marks in terms of popularity for Riddim Driven. That was major mark of attraction here, but on both riddims, Cham was joined by big talents in the form of Lady Spice , Pinchers and Agent Sasco.

I think that the 12 Gauge really suffered because it was quite close in sound to its predecessor and, musically, it was kind of a breeding ground of really ANGRY songs. The angriest of them all turned out to be the best as Bounty Killer who else? Day and night. This was just a classy piece of vibes which would produce one of the most all-around impressing albums in the entire sequence really tired of the word 'series' at this point and, obviously it had one of the best covers as well. THIS is how you make a great riddim and album without altering too much your base because while the Dreaming never did change a great deal, it did serve so many strong songs in different ways.

In retrospect, this was just during an era, which existed at the time of McGregor's ascent to power where you just had these riddims which sounded like they were scored for the action scenes of movies or something like that. They were really loud and 'in your face' type of sets and intentionally so - it was what was popular.

McGregor was better than everyone else at doing that and you get the feeling that he'd still be better if they were to come back , as evidenced by a piece like this one which was nowhere near his finest, but still did big things. Most notably, the Power Cut came through during a clash between Mavado and Kartel so they're going back and forth, while topping both of their efforts are Aidonia and the world's angriest man, Einstein.

Heathen [] 'Church Heathen' by Shaggy. The front pew. Finally we have a riddim from Big Yard albeit one which was produced by Tony Kelly which I appreciated about as much as anyone did because of its finest moment and biggest hit, which remains a very popular tune. I've never been the biggest fan of Shaggy's, but like many people, that tune made me take a bit of a fresher perspective and Shaggy, while he has entered a different stage in his career, really hasn't slowed down since.

The Heathen hasn't either and, to my opinion, it's probably the single best riddim Big Yard ever did. Lord evil. The Tremor Riddim took us back on another tour of the Big Ship with Stephen McGregor and, just like all of his recent pieces at the time, it was a big and angry creation. In terms of its sound, the Tremor very much fits into the back of many of its siblings of the time - it wasn't such a great shift in direction from almost any of them and, on an album, it would become rather labourious riddims like these aren't the most flexible , but it was top notch MADNESS.

Taking the lead would be Aidonia on the absolutely disturbing 'Gaga' - probably one of the most acrobatic lyrical displays the Dancehall has ever seen - and completely fucking evil in every way. Mightier than them all? The Jam Down Riddim's edition of Riddim Driven is, in my estimation, no worse than the second best this series has ever sounded.

Out of them all, I can only really make a case for one being stronger and perhaps that case isn't even the strongest. Besides being such a lovely vibes, the album, in full, was nearly spectacular - it's one of the best riddim albums of the modern era definitely - and the riddim would go on to do heavy business in spurring on several big hits and minor ones as well.

Chezidek , Capleton , Buju Banton , Ras Shiloh and others still would go on to score further on a riddim which has withstood the test of time and will always rank near the zenith of RD. The Guardian Angel , at least in my opinion, was also a top ranker here and it remains the opus of its creator, Arif Cooper and Fresh Ear Productions.

It very much ranks alongside some of the better work of Don Corleon who never reached this series while doing his work with Greensleeves before going on his own and should be credited along with them in kind of restoring a very sweet, albeit brief, period of producing modern Lover's Rock classics. This track is best recalled in compiling hits from TOK , Jah Cure and, of course, Alaine , but artists like Kartel , Christopher Martin and even Jamelody also pushed exceptional work which hasn't completely faded at all.

Another baby. In typical Penthouse fashion, the riddim lead to such a class drenched project and one of the best RD's ever. Role model. The set featured bites from a trio of kind of similarly dark riddims, the Darker Shadow , Dark Again and Shadow. As you can imagine, they all played for a perfect backdrop for certain artists, particularly Vybz Kartel the only name to take all three tracks on the album , Mavado and Aidonia.

It's the latter, however, who steals the show with the stellar and ridiculous 'Empty' and 'Dem Dead' making up his work. Something to smile about. What you had here was a powerful and subsequently very successful creation from the dominant Roots Reggae producer of the era, Kemar 'Flava' McGregor , which so wonderfully translated from making hit songs into being a big hit album, which is, as we've seen in over instances, a pretty rare occurrence.

I really like that I can bring up three songs, all of which were massive hits, and find virtually no distinction. I can't tell you which rose the highest, because they all had very similar paths. This is new. You look at the add-on to the title -Vol.

But it was the 'half' riddim, an acoustic version of the aforementioned Guardian Angel Riddim which really makes this one relevant today. An entire display of that track would have made for a fine "Vol. After these few years, I'm pretty sure I still don't hear it, but the piece s from TJ Records which I think were constructed by Daseca , made for one mighty album and probably the last great Dancehall release of the series.

It was the Beauty which took over in carrying ten of the album's seventeen tracks and it was also exquisite in changing as much as it did for artists such as Wayne Wonder , Chino and Mr. As its title would forecast, the Beast side would add a crazy amount of petrol to things with the flames, unsurprisingly burning brightest for Vybz Kartel and Aidonia. The followup.

The Rock Steady was the next time, following the Rub-A-Dub, when Flava and No Doubt Records made a contribution to the Riddim Driven series and it was also the second time where they scored with a winner. Although not to the level of its predecessor, as far as providing the awing tunes, the Rock Steady was well solid and kind of featured a vibes which lead easily to it leading to Lover's Rock which you heard done several times here.

Ultimately, it would be Etana once again providing its biggest tune, but I Wayne , Chuck Fenda , Capleton and Stevie Face also did very well for themselves. Heart happy. As RD came to its end, Flava would become its most prevalent maestro.

He would bring in its next edition, as the series would return to Lover's Rock with the Sweet Riddim. Although it isn't as well known as some of his others, I think that this riddim may be, from a purely sonic point of view, one of his best.

Frass ' Clearance Riddim did pretty well in its time and although it wasn't necessarily the type of track to go well into an album form and it didn't , I still recall it very favourably. It was a pretty intense track and served well for people like Flexx and Einstein.

Bounce along. I believe that I'm almost finished! This one had a little Poppish wash to it and wasn't… completely evil in every way, which lead to a very good album, although not one which stuck around for very long despite its eighteen tracks.

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