Dub lab production drops Mango juice riddim album
The United States (US) based producers, Neville Stichie Don Davis and Seyoum Supa Cept Watson have released a much anticipated album dubbed: “Mango Juice Riddim” to usher the celebration of the Mango festival which is celebrated between the months of May and August.
The album which has 12 solid dancehall tracks featured renowned musicians, up and coming and new artistes including Sizzla, Kip Rich, Mr Lexx, B Trish among others under the Dub lab and Bad Bull production .
It was released on January 1, 2021 to promote Reggae/dancehall music across the globe and to also make the new year a well celebrated one for music lovers.
Speaking to Spot On News on Friday, the African promoter of the international producer Neville Stichie Don Davis, Shy Boy owner of Shy Tv Africa explained that the mango juice riddim was produced under the imprint of Dub lab production which Stichie Don is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO).
He indicated that the songs on the album were the best songs that dancehall music lovers would experience.
“This will be one of the biggest dancehall rhythm of all times. The juice will run for a very long time,” he said.
The juice rhythm, Stichie Don noted would make the Mango season, a traditional celebration worth celebrated and memorable.
“Each song has its own groove, but Chevan Clarke’s amazing performance of the smashing hit by Hootie and the Blowfish’s Only Wanna Be With You is sure a crossover hit and a true surprise for many fans. This song transcends many genres and Dublab Production manages to merge them magically,” he added.
Songs including Push Out by Sizzla, Champion League by Kip Rich, Dem Nuh Bad by Mr Lexx, Look Good by Vybrid ft Wayne Wonder, Weak Fence by Future Fambo.
Others include Everyday by Zekedon, Dovey Magnum by Summa Clothes, Starlife by Summa Clothes and B Trish, Friend Killa by Likkle D.
With the ultimate Mango juice track by Stichie Don and Cut Dem off by Terex Nuh Brakes.
Stichie Don observed that the album was brought to fruition by the hard work of him and his co producer, Supa Cept.
He urged other producers and musicians to persevere, work hard and never give up on their dream and also encouraged fans and music lovers to grab a copy of the album from all the streamline media including iTunes, Spotify, Google Play and amazon.
Both producers were born in America to Jamaican parents and were influenced by the dancehall rhythms of the 1990s, including Pepper seed and Showtime.
Follow the link below to access the album