” Forward inna the Dance ” another Teacha Dee and Skarra Mucci hit.

               What may be termed as one of the most catchy dancehall reggae song to hit the market earler this year was produced by Italian brainchild Bizzarri Records and American based Itation Records. This riddim compilation entitled ” Swing Heavy Riddim ” has within it a very pleasant set of horn phrazes which would bring back the listener to a more eariler form of the ” Swing Easy Riddim”. This riddim however which is a more up tempo creation has represented itself as one of the most popular attempt at reviving the ” Swing Easy” vibration along with modern breaks and a warm bassline that will have you moving within seconds of hearing this compilation in your earphones or within your car.

               It is on this compilation you will find ” Forward inna di dance”. This is a pleading arrangement by two creative artiste which will bring you back in imagination to the time of the early eighties or even the late seventies when the sound system culture was vibrant and the parties were full of enjoyment and love. Beautifully sung with a perfect blend of both artistic styles, this song has a part for everyone and the crowd could join in at regular intervals to shout ” Hamma Hamma Hamma ” which is a popular European phraze which indicates how powerful and loved a specific vibration is. Take a Listen for yourself!!

 

 

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About Teacha Dee

Teacha Dee is an independent Reggae Artiste from Jamaica.

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