The riddem is back with a bang!!!
Breakin the Riddem Vol.3 is here, and yet again it’s on fire. Blending those reggae riddem sounds, with those breaks and bass, it’s all come together to show how reggae can influence the different styles.
Kicking off with a stalwart producer of those reggae breaks is Gun by Cockney Nutjob. Clean and simple beats filled up by lost of sub-bass, and a catchy vocal that any lover of reggae wil know. Venture & Capital are new to the scene, and definitely don’t disappoint. They bring their own style to the mix, with some super heavy bass, glitchy mid-range synths, and topped up with an assortment of vocal choruses and stabs to keep you guessing thoughout. Next up, we have Fredy High returning yet again, and this time he’s brought Ragga Stevie G with him. The flow of this track is sublime, and Ragga Stevie G leaves his mark on an already sweet riddem. Pecoe is another pillar of the funky breaks scene, and seems to make anything he touches into a proper funky number. And it’s no different here, putting his individual impression on this release.
Time to get heavy with Bezwun again. His track on Vol.2 was killa, but this one is illa. It’s pure pleasure listening to thi sone, as he changes up through the track, introducing bass to compliment the bass. Keeping up the heaviness, Basschimp gets his jungle on, and comes with an amen laced future jungle gem. This one is for all those who like the breaks, and the DnB feel to their music.
Getting a bit more funky with it, Liberty Chaps get slapbass happy, perfectly combining badass glitchy funk with that touch of reggae style.
Finishing off the release, is Mined & Forrest, followed by Ocelus. Mined & Forrest get their dancehall style on, to get those booty’s shakin, while Ocelus brings the tempo and goes dubby in what he knows best.