Toppa Top ’15: The Top Dancehall Riddims of 2015

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December 21, 2015

2. Ghetto Bible (Full Charge Records)
This was maybe my most rated riddim this year in dancehall. It feels like the soundtrack for a new day, perhaps the first sunrise after the apocalypse โ€“ or just a rough and rugged garrison soundtrack โ€“ and either way it’s pure gold. Huge title track from Mavado joined by Kartel‘s “Straight & Narrow,” Kalado‘s “Ghetto Youth Want Money” and necessary adds from I-Octane and Alkaline. Crisp synth stabs and piano licks set the scene courtesy of ZJ Dymond‘s Full Charge Records. – Deejay Theory