TropicalBass: Reggae & Dancehall Roundup No 1

Posted on 17 January 2013 by Leub

Kartel Art 300x221 TropicalBass: Reggae & Dancehall Roundup No 1

Today, i’d like to start a new roundup series dedicated to tropical bass influenced reggae and dancehall tunes. True followers will already know that we all have a strong affection for caribbean influenced music!
Every month we recieve so many single tunes, we don’t know where to pack them. Some of them are free downloads, some of them are not.
Since we don’t want you to miss these tunes anymore, I’ve decided to collect them once a month or every two months and post them here (depends on your interest and amount of incoming tunes).
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Let’s start the new series with a house and moombahton influenced club track by dancehall and grime vocalist Doctor and Bay C from jamaican boygroup T.O.K., produced by MRK1.

This is UK’s new ganja smokers anthem! Rednek turns a timeless reggae riddim into a tough dubstep banger voiced by Stormin and Ratpack.

“Warlord’s daughter” Lexie Lee is finally back with a new tune from her alter ego and electro-pop project “Agent Lexie”!

Next one comes directly from jamaica! Don Corleon, the mastermind behind riddims like Drop Leaf and Good To Go, drops a amazing tropical bass influenced song with Jah Cure!

Don D modernizes Shabba’s dancehall hymn Ting A Ling. Mr. Loverman inna Trap style. Big up Top Billin for the free download!

This is a new tune from the berlin based producer duo Profit! “Madness” features fresh vocals by the two legends Daddy Freddy and MC Navigator!

Last but not least,  here is a new collabo by Soulforce and BRNGTN. They’ve spiced up Baauers trap anthem “Dum Dum” with a jamaican groove. Free download via facebook!

big up Justus Becker for the nice Vybz Kartel artwork