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BOOM SHELL RIDDIM LEROY SIBBLES / YOUNG GARVEY LUTAN FYAH / MYKAL ROSE
22 November 2021
BOOM SHELL RIDDIM
LEROY SIBBLES / YOUNG GARVEY
LUTAN FYAH / MYKAL ROSE
~ All New Riddim – Produced by Humbleness Production ~
Bass: Leroy Sibbles; Drums: Kingsley Boyd;
Keyboards: Donavan Palmer; Guitar: Dalton Browne
~ Registered at: Bright Beam Music Jamaica ~
The Roy heptones Brothers and sisters: “a pretty girl with brown eyes”
Young Garvey: “Use Weh She Got”
Lutah Fyah: “Rub a Dub Style”
Mykal Rose: “The street is no more”
It was at the end of 2020 that the young French label Production of humility started on Boom Shell Riddim adventure. In direct contact with the veteran Leroy Sisters – founder of heptones – Jeh Lion was hosting a European tour as the whole world halted due to the pandemic.
Leroy Sibbles then proposed an unprecedented riddim to the young Frenchman, encouraging him to play it in front of various international singers. Listening to this exclusive riddim, composed by Leroy Sibbles himself, the artists were quick to react.
This is how Humbleness Production successively released
four singles and comes to close the year 2021 with the release of the EP Boom Shell Riddim comprising 8 tracks in total, bringing together the 4 original singles and their dub versions, in the purest tradition of Jamaican Reggae.
Each artist came to make their contribution and it was Leroy ‘The Heptones’ Sibbles who started the series with his single Pretty girl with brown eyes, paying homage to women and sweeping aside the cliché of a misogynist Jamaica. This riddim developed by top Jamaican musicians – Leroy ‘Heptones’ Sibbles on bass, Kingsley Boyd on drums, Donavan Palmer on keyboard and the late Dalton Brownie on guitar – quickly established itself on specialty radio stations around the world. whole.
Particular care has been taken in its production, mixed and mastered at Studio anchor (JA) by engineer Ras Sion. The seed was planted and then it was inevitable Mykal Rose (former head of Black uhuru winner of a Grammy) which followed with The street is no more in February 2021; a track in
that he urges young people to fight for a better world and to fight against social inequalities.
In May, it was the emerging Jamaican artist Young Garvey (protégé of Leroy Sibbles) who created a surprise with
the versatile and more than convincing single Use Weh She Got, pushing the riddim even further on the airwaves and opening the doors of France has a quality artist to discover.
In search of an emblematic singer of new-roots, he will finally be Lutan Fyah who will answer the call of Jeh Lion and will come to close the series of singles, invoking the golden age of Jamaican reggae in his single Rub a Dub Style.
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