TropicalBass: Reggae & Dancehall Roundup No 6

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Here is the sixth edition of our irregular reggae and dancehall roundup! Listen some very cool tropical bass related originals, remixes and bootlegs here and download the first half of these for free!

This is the first of two bass music relicks of the most influential dancehall riddim ever! The Tour De Force (NYC) Sleng Teng version features fresh vocals by local reggae artist Jahdan Blakkamoore.

This is EchoSlim & Reblah Star’s tribute to the original Don Dadda Supercat! Grab a wicked dubstep version of “Salute We” here.

In the last roundup we’ve already featured two awesome moombahton remixes of Aidonia’s hit tune, now Major Lazer has also released a heavy remix. If you don’t know it yet, check it out asap.

This is a official remix of Sean Paul and Beenie Man’s collabo “Greatest Gallis” by moombahton producer ETC!ETC!.

The Afrobeats/Azonto hype has reached the caribbean! Busy Signal jumps on the instrumental of the azonto anthem “U Go Kill Me” by ghanian rapper Sarkodie.

Selectah Don D has dropped a cool trap version of the legendary Sleng Teng riddim enriched with vocal samples from some of the greatest voicings ever!

Rising UK artist Randy Valentine is following the trail of Stylo G! “Bad Boy Pull Up” is a trap-dancehall tune produced by Jae5

The last tune is my first attempt to build a moombahton bootleg. I’ve simply pitched the tune to 108bpm and added some reggaeton drums. Nothing special, but people seem to like it a lot. Anyway, support the original version and buy this one!

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