Haven't heard anything hot in the past few months!
Check out the Double Joint Riddim, thats tough and also Tear Up Jeans Riddim... There's a few more but alot of them sound recycled riddims of the past...
In the name of Hip Hop...Keep it gutter....Stay hungry...Snipa
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Yea man its still alive you just have to keep up with the movement because it moves fast and if you aint on pace youll get left i my self fell back lol but yea man dancehall is still there new riddims all the time
Only thing i cant stand with the new riddims is they sound very familar except a good few and the artists using auto tuner on every tune!.. also not much commercial support right now by record labels
Yea i feel you on that 1
Don't bump too much Jamdown if you hate listening to the same dub plates over and over.
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