TropicalBass: Reggae & Dancehall Roundup No 8

Posted on 09 February 2014 by Leub

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It’s time for our second reggae and dancehall roundup in 2014! Check out these eleven dancehall related tropical bass bangers by various vocalists and producers. Most influential musical genre is definitely trap, this month. But you can also look forward to some amazing new moombahton tunes and other bass music styles.

The guys of M|NE have dropped this wicked trap infused remix of the new Ward 21 single “Mic Magican”, from the Germaica Digital released “Still Disturbed” album.

This is the first of two featured trap bangers by the famous brazilian producers of Tropkillaz. “Badman” is based on Ding Dong’s famous “Bad Man Forward, Bad Man Pull Up”.

Also US producer Craze is featured with two trap tunes, this month. Both tracks are collabos. This one is based on a Supercat sample and features the Tropkillaz on the production

The second collabo by Craze features producer Green Lantern. “Rocket Launcher” is a blend of a legendary cutty ranks tune with trap and moombahton!

Since the original remix was removed from soundcloud, check this funny Dubplate by Tommy Milfnikka (aka. Buda Civalizee) from belgium based vocalist Babybang and producer Freedo.

Liondub has teamed up with the two US based vocalists Jahdan and Metric Man for “Money Me Say”. Noah D delivers this heavy trap remix!

DJ Septik’s collabo with female vocalist Tifa was remixed by the italian moombashment producers of Mustache Ride! Grab your free copy.

Shazalakazoo’s Neki Stranac is back with an moombahton edit of the house collabo “Raw” by Junior Rodgers and General Levy.

Diztortion even tops the awesome original version of Stylo G’s “Move Back” with his ultra bad remix.

I guess, only Major Lazer can get Pharrell to voice a dancehall tune. This one will be released on the forthcoming “Apocalypse Soon” EP.

Last but not least, check out the cool Dubstep remix of the Lantan / Vybz Kartel collabo “Think Dem Bad”, out now on Hotta Flames Records.