TropicalBass: Reggae & Dancehall Roundup No 7

Posted on 23 December 2013 by Leub


Right in time for christmas, we’re back with our reggae and dancehall roundup number seven. With 13 originals and remixes, it’s the biggest roundup we ever had inclunding lots of great free tunes by various producers and vocalists.

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This one is a must have! Ape Drums teamed up with TropKillaz and Suku from Ward 21 for this trap-dancehall original.

Zeds Dead and the Major Lazer crew have released this powerful collabo with Enery God Elephant Man.

Dubstep pioneer Benga has produced this bass banger featuring famous grime artist Kano and a catchy hook by Ele.

This one is my personal favorite since weeks! King Yoof of Sub Slayers goes back to the roots of moombahton with his remix of Shabba’s “Dem Bow”.

Check out this wicked mashup by Jester who has blended vocals by soca artist Lil Rick with an instrumental by the netherlands based Partysquad.

The LiedersOfTheNewSchool give you their moombahton remix of wicked witch Timberlee’s “Wizard Of Oz” for free.

This is the latest moombahton remix of a current big tune from jamaica by the italian rudebwoys of Ackeejuice Rockers.

The remix kings of black chiney are back with a trap version of Kartel’s “Business”!

Grodio has released this bassy remix of Konshens and J Capri’s anthem “Pull Up To Mi Bumper”

Originally this tune was a Konshens remix by various producers, before panamanian dancehall star Kafu Banton jumped on this riddim and turned it into an original.

German producer duo Robs & Duke teamed up with LA based dancehall artist Ryo Vibes for this crazy tune with a very japanese vibe.


better don’t miss this tune. It’s the “baddest” by NZ producer P-Money and UK reggae star Gappy Ranks.

This is a second bashment tune outta UK and the newest single by Stylo G. Watch out for the release in february 2014!

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  1. Grodio Says:

    Yeaaah many thanks for the feature!!!

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