King of dancehall blends Max Rubadub dropping lava hot Dexta Dap tune.
It’s time to…Lock off the rave again. This time Dreadsquad’s future dancehall riddim alongside grime classic Rival’s badman anthem make any party dun.
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The Art of Blending a perfect dancefloor killer mashup is no easy ting, even if it seems that way. Here are some key point to keep in mind, or not.
First off, start with songs with similar BPM or rhythm.
Many DJ’s stretch acapellas as much as possible, but you sort of loose the groove. Next up, try and find songs in similiar tone or mood. Mismatch here can work for some and upset others. And lastly in this 3 point recipe: add your touch ,a nah!
This reminds me of one time Bob Marley saying that reggae music comes from the rhythm of man chopping woods. This film is a “extraordinary blend of image and sound that feeds the senses and reminds us all how essential it is.”
YOUR SOUND IS DONE (JAH BILLAH REMIX)
Jah Billah un-official remix comes officially off-key on original version of Heavenless riddim here dubbed Heavenly riddim.