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Reggae Riddim Review: Pinge Ling Riddim


General Rating out of 10 – 9/10

The Pinge Ling Riddim is the epitome of good “Nu Skool/Digital Roots”, Combining the best of veteran Vocal Artists and a wicked 80/90s inspired Riddim.

Pauze Radio Reggae ReviewThe Riddim itself is a nice easy rocking Digital Roots One Drop beat, with a perfect balance of Keys, melodica and deep warm subby bass, with a cheeky guitar lick that blends in to the mix subtlety just carrying the track along as the bass and other elements make you bob your head to the beat without even noticing.

The vocals themselves deal with a variety of styles and take the riddim itself on a new twist with each version and mix, the first one being a great kick off point “solid ground” sung by accomplished reggae artist Bucky Jo, and deals with the issue of the music industry and Bucky’s “Standing Firm” against those that may try and hold him down or back.

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Download here: Pinge Ling Riddim (Presented by Musical Ambassador & Buzwakk Records) – EP

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