U.S.A, JA (21st Hapilos News) – Digital distributor giants 21st Hapilos recently added production credits to their already illustrious resume with 21st Hapilos Productions. The international instant success of “Sleep With Angels” riddim made them a force to be reckoned in the dancehall and reggae arena. Not only do they distribute the hits, but are now hit makers themselves.
Their highly anticipated Corner Shop riddim is next to be released just in time for the holidays on 12/12/12. The Corner Shop riddim was created by Adde instrumentals & JR Blender, and mixed and by mastered JR Blender.
As 21st Hapilos are the biggest dancehall and reggae distributor, it only seems fit that 21st Productions enlisted an international roster. Executive producer Johnny Wonder who has worked and produced some of the biggest name in the reggae/dancehall music business, as enlisted top Caribbean artist for this international one drop riddim. J Boog from California & Hawaii, Collie Buddz – Bermuda, Richie Campbell – Portugal, Chris Martin, Ce’Cile, Jah Vinci, Sophia Squire, Richie.Stephens, Romain Virgo, Conkarah from Jamaica have all voiced their diverse style and sound.
The Corner Shop riddim is available for pre order on itunes
Track listing Corner Shop riddim
Upgrade – Cecile
Mi Friend Dem – Christopher martin
No Time – Collie Budz
Island Girl – Conkarah
Break Us Apart – J Boog
Never Too Late – Jah Vinci
I’m Going – Richie Campbell
Try Me – Richie Stephens
Beat You Down – Romain Virgo
No More Struggles – Sophia Squire
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