Reggae takes the voyage on Danger Zone’s “Journey’s Riddim”: Crossing a good mix of young and fresh artistes and Reggae veterans.

Danger Zone’s “Journey’s Riddim” has now been officially released and like the pre-released version, which was premiered in the last quarter of 2007, the riddim has attracted support from a wide section of the music fraternity and been hailed as one of the best riddims presently on the airwaves.

Danger Zone has added some tantalizing instrumentals to the pre-released version and the final product can only be described as immaculate. The “Journey’s Riddim” was produced by Della Danger, Ce’Cile and Jigsy King of Danger Zone Records.

Danger Zone artistes have five songs on the production. Cutty Corn returns with “Poochie Loo”, Jigsy King and Tony Curtis team up to present “Show Off”, Ce’Cile and Jigsy King “Plant It”, Jah Cure continues his musical Journey” and Ce’Cile pledges to “Ride Or Die”. All five tracks boast the high quality and superb production that Danger Zone has become known for.

danger-zone-jah-cure.jpgWith “Journey” Jah Cure continues to impress with his amazing vocal capabilities. Jah Cure seeks to teach the importance on maintaining ones focus despite the difficulties. He advises not to burn bridges while explaining to his fans, “It’s not a journey to get weak”. Who better to present this message than the singer who has been through and risen through adversities?

danger-jigsy.jpgJigsy King and Tony Curtis also teach important lessons on surviving the journey on their track “Show Off”. Jigsy King and Tony Curtis make a good team with their vocals, complementing each other perfectly. “Show Off” is the first release by Jigsy for 2008 and is a good follow up to “Pon Di Corner” which commanded the airwaves last year.

danger-cecile.jpgOne of the other gems on the “Journey’s Riddim” by Danger Zone is “Ride Or Die” by Ce’Cile. “Ride Or Die” presents Ce’Cile in a new flavour; the artiste who is known for her sometimes-controversial dancehall tunes returns with a smooth and lyrically superior track.

“The Journey’s project reminds me of the Jamdown project, I say this because of people’s positive reactions to the production. I thinks that my track “Ride Or Die” and the video, which will drop next month, will continue to put me on another level with the fans especially the male ones” – Ce’Cile, Recording Artiste and co producer of Riddim.

danger-cutty-corn.jpgAlso featuring on the “Journey’s Riddim” is Cutty Corn with his track “Poochie Loo”. Poochie Loo” signals the maturity of the young Cutty Corn. The Artiste who came on the scene in 2008 with “Lucky Day” on the “Jamdown Riddim” and then reaffirmed his position as a reggae and dancehall staple with “No Boops” on the remake of the “Solidarity Riddim” holds his own with “Poochie Loo.”

An added bonus on the “Journey’s Riddim is Ce’Cile and Jigsy King with what can be considered a Masterpiece. Ce’Cile and Jigsy King decided to “Plant It”. Contrary to generic run of the mill weed songs, “Plant It” presents itself as a succinct ode to the herb and Ce’Cile and Jigsy King’s are at one on the track with Ce’Cile’s sexy tones and Jigsy’s gritty choral blending to make an intoxicating collaboration.

“This project will surpass the Jamdown project which we got a Reggae Academy Award for; the songs on this riddim are all hit songs. The production is of the highest quality you will find on a Reggae riddim today and I must lift my hat to all the artistes featured on the riddim as they all delivered and undoubtedly made the “Journey’s Riddim” a success. I know this project will be accepted by all conscious Reggae music lovers, and I see a couple number ones emerging on charts all over the world” – Della Danger CEO Danger Zone Records.

Also on the “Journey Riddim” are Lutan Fyah, Queen Ifrica, Tony Rebel, Junior Reid and Morgan Heritage among others. The project will be released by SOBE Records/Danger Zone Records, under their new alliance and distributed through Fontanna, part of the Universal Music Group.

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