Fabio Battista Get Enough Review

Fabio Battista – Get Enough – Review

Fabio Battista: Get Enough Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Former lead singer of Furasoul Fabio Battista has returned with a fresh cut; a track that uses one of the most exciting riddim projects of 2020. It is, of course, fyah. Fabio Battista Get Enough, released via Groove Attack, uses DJ Densen and .MLND’s Lockdown Riddim; part of the former and Riddim Mag’s Lockdown Riddim Challenge which was launched amid the coronavirus pandemic. Both Lutan Fyah and Kenny Smyth have also released cuts on the riddim. And Battista’s stand up with them perfectly. The riddim itself is great, combining

Tarrus Riley Remember Me Review

Tarrus Riley – Remember Me – Review

Tarrus Riley: Remember Me Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. The oh-so-Royal Tarrus Riley is back. After 2019’s storming EP, B.L.E.M. he’s once again returned with another fresh track in preparation for his new album, dropping at the end of August. And, of course, we should expect nothing less than gorgeous perfection. Tarrus Riley Remember Me, released via Jukeboxx Productions and Zojak World Wide, sees Riley team up with Shane Brown and Dean Fraser from BLAKSoilMusicGroup (BSMG) on production duties. The track is actually quite an unexpected surprise, because Riley has banished a predominantly Reggae or Dancehall sound for

Protoje ft Popcaan Like Royalty Review

Protoje ft Popcaan – Like Royalty – Review

Protoje ft Popcaan: Like Royalty Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. To complete the trio of ‘In.Digg’s’ releases in 2020, Revival movement legend Protoje is dropping a new album shortly. So, to give us a teaser of what’s to come he’s teamed up with Popcaan – and the result is royally sumptuous. Protoje ft Popcaan Like Royalty, released via In.Digg.Nation Collective and RCA Records/Sony Music Entertainment, sees the incomparable talents of composers and producers Winta James and Ziah, with Protoje and Popcaan bringing the lyrical prowess to proceedings. It builds on the precedent that label mates Lila Iké and

LawGiver The Kingson Liveth And Reign

LawGiver The Kingson – Liveth & Reign – Review

LawGiver The Kingson: Liveth and Reign Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Ahead of the release of his new album, LawGiver The Kingson has just dropped the second track from the project. And if it and his previous single are anything to go by, it’s shaping up to be an impressive release. LawGiver The Kingson Liveth and Reign, released via Imperishable Uprising, sees Lawgiver again team up with Cleveland “Clevie” Browne, Owen “Bass Face” Rennalls and Kardi Tivali. What stands out first is that the track is completely different to LawGiver’s previous release, Jah Neva Fail I – boding

Skip Marley Make Me Feel Review

Skip Marley ft Rick Ross And Ari Lennox – Make Me Feel – Review

Skip Marley ft. Rick Ross and Ari Lennox: Make Me Feel Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Skip Marley has, to say the least, had a massive year – with the global success of the smash-hit Slow Down. Now, he’s back with another fine cut – which includes some help from Rick Ross and Ari Lennox. Skip Marley Make Me Feel, released via Island Records, sees Marley team up with Ryan Williamson and Nasri Atweh, who also co-wrote Slow Down. Production comes from Grammy-nominated producer Rykeyz. So, you’d expect Make Me Feel to be top-class. And of course, it

Koffee Pressure Review

Koffee – Pressure – Review

Koffee: Pressure Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. After her Grammy success in 2019 with the EP Rapture, Koffee has been steadily releasing output in 2020 – showcasing her pushing the musical boundaries further. Now, she’s back with another storming cut. But it’s been in the making for several years. Koffee Pressure, released via Columbia Records/Sony Music Entertainment, sees Koffee team up with producer Ryan Bailey. The track isn’t new, as such – as she has performed it live several times in the past few years. But it’s certainly been worth the wait. Bailey’s production is sumptuous, slick and

The Lambsbread Lockdown Review

The Lambsbread – Lockdown – Review

The Lambsbread: Lockdown Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Coronavirus has featured heavily across Roots-derived music in recent months; an indicator perhaps of the toll it’s taking, and anger/frustrating it’s generating, across society. So, with that in mind – enter The Lambsbread with a thoroughly pertinent contribution to the narrative. The Lambsbread Lockdown, released via Next Generation Productions, sees highly-skilled production from the family collective’s keyboardist (and vocalists Kaya and Nadia’s son) Jacob Selassie. It’s overly Roots-based, heady in its arrangement with some glorious touches thrown in. Miami-based Fuller Mastering has done its job exceptionally well – creating a

Jemere Morgan Your Loving Review

Jemere Morgan – Your Loving – Review

Jemere Morgan: Your Loving Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. After a touring hiatus, member of Roots royalty Jemere Morgan is back with a fresh single. Teaming up with one of the best production labels in the business has paid off in droves. Not that it’s a surprise, given their last collab together. Jemere Morgan Your Loving, released via The Bombist & Gramps Morgan’s DadaSon Entertainment, sees Morgan and Grammy winning producers Bost & Bim once again join forces, after the success of 2019’s smash Troddin’. Matthieu Bost, is a force to be reckoned with – having done all

Sevad Revelation Time Review

Sevad – Revelation Time – Review

Sevad: Revelation Time – Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. At Pauzeradio we value the notion of commitment to up-and-coming artists. So, it’s always a pleasure to come back to someone we’ve appraised before. But it’s even better when you can hear how the artist has grown since their last effort. Welcome back, Sevad. Sevad Revelation Time, released via Sevad Music House Records on the 5th August 2020, sees this up-and-coming man strip his sound back to a more old skool, Roots affair – after the genre smashing witnessed on his album, Black Man’s Government. Heavy on Roots, light

Truddi Harrison Black Voice Review

Trudii Harrison – Black Voice – Review

Trudii Harrison: Black Voice Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Ahead of Californian-based CKM Infinity Studio’s new EP, The Message (dropping later this summer), one of the tracks included in the release is out. And it’s a pertinent and ultimately powerful affair – from Trudii Harrison. Trudii Harrison Black Voice, released via CKM Infinity Studio, sees Harrison team up with the label’s founder, producer Cliff Manswell. It’s a haunting, unsettling affair – driven by some elegant production from Manswell which has created a brooding, heavy piece of work – perfectly fitting the subject matter and Harrison’s voice. The track

Fabio Battista Get Enough Review

Fabio Battista – Get Enough – Review

Fabio Battista: Get Enough Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Former lead singer of Furasoul Fabio Battista has returned with a fresh cut; a track that uses one of the most exciting riddim projects of 2020. It is, of course, fyah. Fabio Battista Get Enough, released via Groove Attack, uses DJ Densen and .MLND’s Lockdown Riddim; part of the former and Riddim Mag’s Lockdown Riddim Challenge which was launched amid the coronavirus pandemic. Both Lutan Fyah and Kenny Smyth have also released cuts on the riddim. And Battista’s stand up with them perfectly. The riddim itself is great, combining

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Tarrus Riley Remember Me Review

Tarrus Riley – Remember Me – Review

Tarrus Riley: Remember Me Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. The oh-so-Royal Tarrus Riley is back. After 2019’s storming EP, B.L.E.M. he’s once again returned with another fresh track in preparation for his new album, dropping at the end of August. And, of course, we should expect nothing less than gorgeous perfection. Tarrus Riley Remember Me, released via Jukeboxx Productions and Zojak World Wide, sees Riley team up with Shane Brown and Dean Fraser from BLAKSoilMusicGroup (BSMG) on production duties. The track is actually quite an unexpected surprise, because Riley has banished a predominantly Reggae or Dancehall sound for

Read More »
Protoje ft Popcaan Like Royalty Review

Protoje ft Popcaan – Like Royalty – Review

Protoje ft Popcaan: Like Royalty Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. To complete the trio of ‘In.Digg’s’ releases in 2020, Revival movement legend Protoje is dropping a new album shortly. So, to give us a teaser of what’s to come he’s teamed up with Popcaan – and the result is royally sumptuous. Protoje ft Popcaan Like Royalty, released via In.Digg.Nation Collective and RCA Records/Sony Music Entertainment, sees the incomparable talents of composers and producers Winta James and Ziah, with Protoje and Popcaan bringing the lyrical prowess to proceedings. It builds on the precedent that label mates Lila Iké and

Read More »
LawGiver The Kingson Liveth And Reign

LawGiver The Kingson – Liveth & Reign – Review

LawGiver The Kingson: Liveth and Reign Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Ahead of the release of his new album, LawGiver The Kingson has just dropped the second track from the project. And if it and his previous single are anything to go by, it’s shaping up to be an impressive release. LawGiver The Kingson Liveth and Reign, released via Imperishable Uprising, sees Lawgiver again team up with Cleveland “Clevie” Browne, Owen “Bass Face” Rennalls and Kardi Tivali. What stands out first is that the track is completely different to LawGiver’s previous release, Jah Neva Fail I – boding

Read More »
Skip Marley Make Me Feel Review

Skip Marley ft Rick Ross And Ari Lennox – Make Me Feel – Review

Skip Marley ft. Rick Ross and Ari Lennox: Make Me Feel Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Skip Marley has, to say the least, had a massive year – with the global success of the smash-hit Slow Down. Now, he’s back with another fine cut – which includes some help from Rick Ross and Ari Lennox. Skip Marley Make Me Feel, released via Island Records, sees Marley team up with Ryan Williamson and Nasri Atweh, who also co-wrote Slow Down. Production comes from Grammy-nominated producer Rykeyz. So, you’d expect Make Me Feel to be top-class. And of course, it

Read More »
Koffee Pressure Review

Koffee – Pressure – Review

Koffee: Pressure Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. After her Grammy success in 2019 with the EP Rapture, Koffee has been steadily releasing output in 2020 – showcasing her pushing the musical boundaries further. Now, she’s back with another storming cut. But it’s been in the making for several years. Koffee Pressure, released via Columbia Records/Sony Music Entertainment, sees Koffee team up with producer Ryan Bailey. The track isn’t new, as such – as she has performed it live several times in the past few years. But it’s certainly been worth the wait. Bailey’s production is sumptuous, slick and

Read More »
The Lambsbread Lockdown Review

The Lambsbread – Lockdown – Review

The Lambsbread: Lockdown Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Coronavirus has featured heavily across Roots-derived music in recent months; an indicator perhaps of the toll it’s taking, and anger/frustrating it’s generating, across society. So, with that in mind – enter The Lambsbread with a thoroughly pertinent contribution to the narrative. The Lambsbread Lockdown, released via Next Generation Productions, sees highly-skilled production from the family collective’s keyboardist (and vocalists Kaya and Nadia’s son) Jacob Selassie. It’s overly Roots-based, heady in its arrangement with some glorious touches thrown in. Miami-based Fuller Mastering has done its job exceptionally well – creating a

Read More »
Jemere Morgan Your Loving Review

Jemere Morgan – Your Loving – Review

Jemere Morgan: Your Loving Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. After a touring hiatus, member of Roots royalty Jemere Morgan is back with a fresh single. Teaming up with one of the best production labels in the business has paid off in droves. Not that it’s a surprise, given their last collab together. Jemere Morgan Your Loving, released via The Bombist & Gramps Morgan’s DadaSon Entertainment, sees Morgan and Grammy winning producers Bost & Bim once again join forces, after the success of 2019’s smash Troddin’. Matthieu Bost, is a force to be reckoned with – having done all

Read More »
Sevad Revelation Time Review

Sevad – Revelation Time – Review

Sevad: Revelation Time – Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. At Pauzeradio we value the notion of commitment to up-and-coming artists. So, it’s always a pleasure to come back to someone we’ve appraised before. But it’s even better when you can hear how the artist has grown since their last effort. Welcome back, Sevad. Sevad Revelation Time, released via Sevad Music House Records on the 5th August 2020, sees this up-and-coming man strip his sound back to a more old skool, Roots affair – after the genre smashing witnessed on his album, Black Man’s Government. Heavy on Roots, light

Read More »
Truddi Harrison Black Voice Review

Trudii Harrison – Black Voice – Review

Trudii Harrison: Black Voice Single Review by Mr Topple for Pauzeradio.com. Ahead of Californian-based CKM Infinity Studio’s new EP, The Message (dropping later this summer), one of the tracks included in the release is out. And it’s a pertinent and ultimately powerful affair – from Trudii Harrison. Trudii Harrison Black Voice, released via CKM Infinity Studio, sees Harrison team up with the label’s founder, producer Cliff Manswell. It’s a haunting, unsettling affair – driven by some elegant production from Manswell which has created a brooding, heavy piece of work – perfectly fitting the subject matter and Harrison’s voice. The track

Read More »

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