UK dancehall legend Stylo G would be proud of whats coming out of the UK this month, Yu Zimme.
The type of dancehall bangers that are made for carnival so its a shame they dropped in September but that said in a dance they will still act as a winter warmer when your whining against the speaker. From Sugar Suite, Birmingham to Brixton Jamm you will hear these tracks on rotation. Real yard, bashment, dancehall feeling anthems seem to making a strong resurgence in the UK. So Chip set pace near the end of August with dancehall riddem that shut down the O2 recently, “Snap, Snap”:
Alicai Harley – Gold
Best visuals out of the tunes mentioned, as it really compliments the tune. Her dynamism and ability to transition flows so smoothly is a talent that shouldn’t be slept on. A versatile artist that I hope to her more from.
Trillary Banks x Inch (Section Boyz) – Peppers and spice
The type of anthem that forces a man to pull up his trousers, tighten his belt our forced to grind, bruck out and discipline a woman’s back off. If your struggling to comprehend what I am referring too, this has been illustrated rather well by Inch (Section Boyz):
Shaqy Dread X Lowkey (OFB) – Come Over
Flows compliment each other, rough and smooth feel maintains a romantic vibe infused with the harsh reality of life on the roads. Very difficult to get the balance right and they executed it perfect. I look forward to seeing the visuals for this one.
Stefflon Don x French Montana – Hurtin’ Me
As Stefflon Don rises to global success, her work rate has not slowed down. Tunes with Lil Yachty and French Montana in the same month? PRS has to be looking healthy.
Look out for Mixtape Madness Dancehall Playlist coming real soon. In the meantime check out our other Spotify Playlists. If your new to the Dancehall sound, a good place to start off would be Kenny Allstar – Back 2 Basics Vol.2