Upsetta Records x Flow Production is back with their Lion Pride Riddim. After thrilling reggae lovers with Love Jump & Reggae Robin, it appears Team Upsetta has once again outdone themselves.
Lion Pride Riddim: Critically Acclaimed
Upsetta Records x Flow Production always makes a point to get get Gav Pauze of Pauze Radio hot off the press. For one, Pauze Radio is one of the hottest UK online Reggae Radio Shows. Furthermore, Gav Pauze is always more than willing to submit a review for each production. This time around was no exception and we’re excited to share the review with you!
Pauze Radio: Lion Pride Riddim Review
Over the past year I have noticed that many I and Pauzeradio.com collaborate with have stepped up their work rate and this is the exact description needed for Upsetta Records and all involved in their projects. With the last release from them being the Reggae Robin riddim, which was smothered in big tunes, I had high hopes for this latest release the Lion Pride riddim.
The line up to the riddim at first glance had me thinking right away “wow” what a collection of greats all on one riddim and I had a feeling that I was going to love it. The beat, being a musical lover, instantly I heard the variety of instruments in the sound. The riddim. having a laid back feel, with a natural steady flow to it and fully musical, reminding me almost of the riddim accompanying Buju Banton’s hit song from 1997 “Close One Yesterday”.
Agent Sasco is first up on the roster with “Winning Right Now” a very powerful cut and uplifting with the lyrical content, a little rough in his vocals but again totally suited to the silky smooth riddim track. Sasco is a clever lyricist combining that singjay style he so effortlessly pulls off, coupled with some sweet female backing vocals which creates an incredibly effective end product.
Moving swiftly on to a different style from the first track with the unique style of Bobby Hustle and “Never Know” which I think many will be able to relate too. Bobby’s quite defined with his vocals and lyrics which pulls us into listening to the full song with open ears.
Bud gives us “All For You” with a beautiful serenade to the one and only in her life and sung with conviction it makes to be a very addictive sound to listen too. I really love Buds tone and singing style which totally switches up the variety on the riddim, almost to a pop kind of level, I highly rate this track and now she has my fingers twitching to search for more music from her.
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