Showa Eski Riddim

13 Nov

Natalie Storm says “Yum Yum!” because she eating Boys for Breakfast in her new track with the same name on the Prodigal Entertainment produced Showa Eski riddim. Storm exudes a rebel persona in her music that would lead one to believe that if there were a punk scene in Jamaica, she would be the unofficial spokeswoman. The riddim, which stirred up a craze after the release of “It’s Wiley” track with grime artiste Wiley, also features tunes from Stein, Rage, Lady Chann and Ward 21 and was released digitally this week. The Stein and Rage serve a supple helping of slackness– not for the listener who prefers to keep their ears unsullied– while Lady Chann gives her Brit-Jamaican edge to the genre-crossing beat and Ward 21 pays tribute to bump and grind.

Get the tracks now on Juno.

Natalie Storm, “Boys 4 Breakfast”

Oh the slackness. Wow.

Rage, “Outa Jail”


One Response to “Showa Eski Riddim”


  1. 2010 in Reggae and Dancehall: Part 1 | Soundclash - January 12, 2011

    […] a Blackberry spokesmodel and a brilliantly marketed energy drink, with the grime/electro/dancehall “Showa Eski” riddim, featuring a terrific voicing courtesy of UK MC Wiley, and the upcoming elements of the Showa […]

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