With the sound of a starting motorcycle engine comes a very powerful riddim entitled “Kickdown Riddim”. On this riddim one can hear the vocals of many Jamaican top acts such as Konshens, Beenie Man, Elephant Man and more. The party vibe along with merry drinking was echoed in many ways and so was Teacha Dee’s single ” Spliff and Beer”. Within this track, one will hear a full story about one night on the town, driving to kiosks for beers and just having a goo time within the club.
The marriage of “spliffs” with Beers as was skillfully vocalized in this single, shows great potential of been a long lasting popular hit with the dancehall audiences worldwide especially in Europe in the cold season where beers are consumed much like water studies suggest. This one is a must have if you enjoy a spliff with an ice cold beer while rocking to your favorite sound system or live band.. its the main fuel of various dancehall parties and night life.