The Icycle Riddim is scorching hot

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Innovators in producing reggae-pop-urban fusions Marcus Ras'I Thompson and Loren Chin grew up together in Jamaica surrounded by musical inspirations. They shared a vision - to bring Jamaican Reggae Dancehall music to the international market by creating new crossover rhythms. Marcus was born in Brooklyn to two musical groundbreakers: reggae empress, Marcia Griffiths, and radio personality, Errol "ET" Thompson. Loren Chin's uncle is Ronnie Burke, a production mastermind who united the biggest names in Jamaican music history for Reggae Sunsplash. With this rock-solid reggae foundation, Thompson and Chin launched their own studio in Kingston 6. Freezing you in your tracks in the Icycle Riddim you can hear the individual strengths and how well it translates to big performances from more than a few artists and highlighting the piece are the likes of Ward 21 (duh), a SCALDING Esco, Fyakin, Erup, Rholin X and even Wayne Marshall Icycle Riddim is their latest, soon-to-be club-banger, With innovative sounds, pulsating rhythms and infectious riffs, Aleada Records is on the cutting edge of crossover dancehall music. The video can be viewed via
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