Kranium has been putting in work since Nobody has to know blew up. He has been killing it recently with his feature on Ricky Blaze’s Overrated, his cut on Jelly Wata Riddim and his version of Rich Gang’s Lifestyle. Stamina is his latest offering and like a lot of tunes on Kranium’s album Rumors, it’s produced by Ricky Blaze. These two are a well matched pair and always come up with something great when they work together. It’s all about the chorus on Stamina! Check out the tune above and go support Kranium’s album here.
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There’s something about Ricky Blaze videos that just fit the songs just right. Whether it was the Uptown Julie ones or the individual ones it just works. This is another example of simplicity working well.
Zoelah and Ricky Blaze once again team up after the success of last year’s Sell Off which was on the Uptown Julie riddim. The magic isn’t quite there again but it’s perfect for the upcoming months. I just realised that there isn’t a massive singalong song out there at the moment.
We have been all over Ricky Blaze’s productions recently from Syvah to Uptown Julie riddim, and now he has dropped Overrated. His sound is unique and is bringing something new and exciting to dancehall. Overrated is the title track from his album which will be out in January 2015. Check out the video teaser above and stream the track in full below which features HDD favourites Shaggy and Kranium.
Continuing the summer of Blaze (Ricky that is) Gyptian’s cut on the Uptown Julie gets its own video. Fingers crossed for a Zoelah one soon.
Taken from the excellent Ricky Blaze Uptown Julie riddim (seriously is great), the incredible slice of pop goodness gets a video by the great Jonathan Mannion. Seriously this is the man who although known for his hip hop portraits uses his love and passion for Trinidad Carnival to create something special. Don’t believe me? Check out what he did for Trinidad James.
Back to this one, its not my fave off the riddim but Kes nails all the “i’m a pop star” bits so well. The addition of a New York roof top with Jillionaire (in his words) fake djing, carnival dancers and New York looking great make a great video.