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“Your Love Riddim” A projection of love for the world

By December 1, 2015Articles
"Your Love Riddim" A projection of love for the world- Island Stage Magazine

Reggae Es Vida & Goodman Music presents:


With four international productions to his credit, Reggae Es Vida surprises
us this time with “Your Love Riddim”, now his fifth work in partnership with Goodman Music.

As its name indicates, this production seeks to project love for the world and send a positive message based on this rhythm New Roots Reggae.

Your Love Riddim, takes us on a journey of love through the voices of the following
artists: Matamba from Bolivia, One Chot from Venezuela, also participation from Chile’s Balaguero, Jah Red Lion (who right now lives in New Zealand) and Maxi Vargas which makes combination with Sekou (Cuban artist living in Venezuela), King I, from the island of Trinidad and Tobago, Danny Ranks from Austria and Dizzy Dee from
Zimbabwe in collaboration with Jaela.

The composition of this rhythm Lovers Rock, is Carlos Leyton, a leading Argentine
musician based in Chile fifteen years ago, who has participated in different bands like
Alika & Nueva Alianza, Lumumba, Kingoroots and actually Balaguero, among other
collaborations with various artists.

The mixing and mastering was in the hands of Ignacio Salgado aka Dj Chalice Beatz, while the graph was made by Venancio Bravo aka Dj Venanzion from Venezuela, who has also worked with artists of the genre Reggae Jamaica as Sizzle and Lutan Fyah and more.

Note that Reggae Es Vida boosted above various artists following productions:
“Imperial Majesty Riddim” and “Poderoso Riddim”, both published in 2012;
“Jahma Riddim” premiered in 2013 and the most recent released in December 2014
“Amarte Riddim” which was done with Mad Outta Road, producer from Germany.

Original music: Carlos Leyton to Goodman Music
Drums: Balaguero / Bass: Isar Lee
Shuffle Keyboards and Clavinet: Carlos Leyton
Guitar: Fabian Cordova / Guitar Pick: Maxi Vargas

“Riddim” is a source word patois (dialect of the ghettos of Jamaica) that comes from
the English word “Rhythm“. This concept has been embraced from the 60s to the present day in
Jamaica and elsewhere. Artists develop their versatility creating songs on various topics to the same Riddim, giving life and productions of “collection” and favored by selectors and sound systems worldwide. These Riddims are collected by the same artists to add them to their discs, transforming them into unique pieces.

Your Love Riddim will have its world premiere digital on December 21 and will be
available from I Tunes, Spotify, Google Play, Apple Music, Deezer and Shazam.

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