Toppa Top 10: Sly + Robbie’s Most Deadly Riddims

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October 27, 2015


ย 1. World-A-Music (Ini Kamoze, 1983)

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A riddim of historic proportions, “World-A-Music” underlies more than 50 reggae tunes including Dennis Brown’s “Joy in the Morning,” Junior Reid’s “Boom-Shack-A-Lack,” and, of course, Damian Marley’s 2004 ghetto anthem “Welcome To Jamrock.” The timeless riddim has also inspired modern roots spinoffs such as the World Jam riddim and 2006’s Rastar Riddim (check Midnite’s “Gi Dem”).