Producers team up for Japan tribute riddim

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 Stephen 'Di Genius' McGregor of Big Ship, Mighty Crown and Gachapan Records will record Jamaican artistes on the Japan tribute riddim.

The Jamaican deejays are yet to be finalised. It follows a earlier move by the riddim's producer Pancho of Gachapan to record some 30 Japanese deejays in a 20-minute song entitled One For All.

"We and Big Ship (Di Genius) and Mighty Crown are team to make Jamaican artiste Japan tribute song," Pancho told the Observer via Twitter.

Japan-born Pancho lives in Jamaica and has produced I-Octane, Aidonia, G-Whizz, Konskens, Charly Blacks, Nesbeth, Laden, QQ, Ras Penco, Munga and more, under his label Gachapan Records. Di Genius has produced artistes including Mavado and Chino of Big Ship. Japan-based Mighty Crown is amongst the largest soundsystem in the world. But also contains a production house and its own Nike show deal.

This month's 9.0-earthquake and tsunami left more than 16,000 dead or missing. Japan called the disaster its worst crisis since World War II.

The single featuring Japanese artistes will be released in mid-April. The Japanese deejays include Masta Simon (Mighty Crown) Chehon, Ryo The Skywalker, Pushim, Jumbo Maatch, Takafin, Boxer Kid, Ng Head, Buggie Man.Vader, Armstrong, Peter Man, kenty Gross, Big Bear, Douraku, Rudeboy Face, Rueed, Micky Rich, Natural Wepon, Tak Z, Akane, Papa Ugee, Monkey Ken, G2,and Singj Roy.

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