Chase Mills Record Drops Drugs Rythym
International recording artiste Beenie Man leads out the Drugs rhythm with ‘Put It’ the latest project from indie record label, Chase Mills Records.
A re-energised Beenie Man shows why he is arguably the greatest deejay of his generation with a brilliant song with a new age flow and witty lyrics, winning over a new generation of teenage fans.
The hardworking Moshan shows that he has become a consistent force in dancehall with Touch, a club and street anthem which all the thugs can give an instant forward because of the sentiments of hardcore sex, liquor and drugs.
Regaled in the streets as the next breakout dancehall artiste, Masicka appears to have found the mainstream crossover hit to push his career to the next stratosphere with Da Catty De Win, a song that has already racked up thousands of hits on YouTube.
Sagitarr blows up the rhythm with Bad Angel featuring Magic, a real monster of a song where he shows the full range of his incredible voice. Da Professor swings in the groove of the rhythm with the risque Hurt It, which shows off his incredible wordplay
ability, but what makes the single such a hit is the sing-a-long chorus and the sweet melodies he pulls out on the song.
Rookie deejay Addikshan is a revelation on the rhythm with Something About Him where she appears to be having an honest conversation with her boyfriend about her man on the side.
Natural Bridge Records artiste Real Image does a 180 on the rhythm, asking God to help him Find My Love, a plaintive plea to the Almighty. Stylysh shows up with the sexy Gimme a Night, with a catchy sing-a-long chorus, and savvy, earnest lyrics. This song is one of the best songs in Stylysh’s catalogue, and a song to watch in 2016.
Newcomer Gianni impresses with I Don’t Know, while Damell surprises with a money anthem, Money Nuff, that will rock the clubs in 2016. Zumjay drops We Ah Lose It, whlie Jay 5 shows up with One Chance. One of the best songs on the rhythm is Work Hard by the talented Dimon Treajah.
The songs are mixed by Red Boom and Avikon, who built the rhythm.
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