The La based producer, Rony Turn Me Up with a produced repertoire of popular hits like “Anaconda” by Tinny, “Let’s Party” by Eazzy featuring Kwaw Kesse, “Why Worry” by Jupiter and “Party Started” by Shatta Wale is out with his second official Riddim dubbed “Cash Flow Riddim” under his Turn Me Up Production Label.
“The dancehall genre has been accepted by the masses and this Cash Flow Riddim compilation is to prove how lucrative the genre has grown on these artistes. Many entertainment critics can testify that, the best commercial artistes currently in the country are dancehall artistes. Undoubtedly, dancehall music is a money making genre now,” Rony Turn Me Up confessed to GhanaGist.Com.
Interestingly, most artiste in different genres even try to have a Dancehall piece in their albums and this is a clear revelation to how influential the genre has dawn on many established and upcoming talents.
Cash Flow represents the wealth from dancehall music. Every featured artiste on this compilation delivers a unique theme to this riddim produced by Rony Turn Me Up.
Cash Flow Riddim features the Dancehall King Shatta Wale, the gifted Jupiter, silky voice Luther, Gideon force General Iwan, and breeds of new acts like Rasheed Metal, Captan and Jadon Spice.
The Shatta Movement General, Shatta Wale proves his delivery with a strong expression of his love for money and dancehall. He has been the “Nkrumah” of the Dancehall genre; fighting for the independence and welfare of Dancehall musicians. The Shatta Wale music piece of Cash Flow Riddim is a jam for every dream chaser.
Rudebwoy is a true talent who flies the Rudest Movement (RM) and Dancehall. Undoubtedly, he is unstoppable and his song praises him as one who “kills” every beat in the dancehall genre. He describes himself as the dancehall evil and Nima boss who is tougher and better in the dancehall business than any other contending artiste. Indeed RM bad!
Jupiter also brings to fore his restoration energy to the dancehall music. He spanks to the beat as a very hardworking Dancehall musician from a small beginning and now earning wealth. The General of Dancehall chants “A work we are work, we no lazy, a work wi a work”. Cash Flow Riddim on this mix from Jupiter represents work against laziness to succeed!
Here comes the lyrical Gideon Force boss, Iwan who praises his love for a Dagomba girl. The song dubbed “Dagomba Girl” is a sweet love song that reflects Iwan’s love for the Northern perfect woman. His music theme is so unique off the CASH FLOW RIDDIM. “Dagomba Girl” is one to listen to as Iwan describes how he feels meeting his perfect woman.
Captan is a potential hit maker in the Dancehall fraternity and Rony Turn Me Up introduces him to every Dancehall music lover on Cash Flow Riddim. He is one new big surprise on this Riddim compilation. The “Dem Slow” hook to the riddim produced by Rony Turn Me Up is an addictive one to your lips. He blends Hausa, Ga and the usual Jamaican tongue for Turn Me Up productions.
Another new artiste who makes a vocal appearance on Cash Flow Riddim is Jadon Spice. He trumpets “Muntaashi” on this Cash Flow Riddim. He pleads with every youth not to be lazy but hardworking. Jadon never gives up and his song on Cash Flow Riddim compilation is an uplifting one to every house hold.
Cash Flow Riddim will be launched on 15th of December with a debut single release from Shatta Wale. There is some surprise artiste like Massacre and others on Cash Flow Riddim compilation. This compilation is a testimony of how relevant dancehall music has affected many in the Ghanaian Music industry.
Ayekoo to Rony Turn Me Up!
By Samuel Omane Mensah/GhanaGist.Com