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Bashment Riddim to hit the streets of SA

Bashment Music SA a music production co. is about to unleash a dancehall Riddim called Bashment, their first riddim production for the season. The highly anticipated riddim will feature a mix of artists with a heavy focus on the African continent as it has now become a norm for Bashment Music with their increasing African network. This follows hot on the heels of their recent single release of NC Dread and Shatta Wale which is currently oh high rotation being the DJ’s favourite by far. The most celebrated DJ’s and Selectors in the game are endorsing it.  Zimbambwe’s DJ Flevah, Jamaica’s ZJ Bruce Lee, Cape Town’s Bashmouth, King Lagazee in Ghana and back again to Lion Paw Int’l in Gauteng are all in agreement that its the baddest dancehall tune out right now;. NC Dread and Shatta Wale gave them what they needed to hear on ‘Wi Gi Dem.’

The Bashment Riddim is the fourth riddim coming out from Bashment Music SA, producers of Pharaoh Riddim which had hits like ‘Godfidence’ by NC Dread & Wyre  and ‘345’ hit by Black Dillinger. They followed up with another major Bad Talk Riddim which featured 9 artists from 7 African countries with a song title Baddest, their biggest and ambitious project by far. The La Pulga Riddim is their latest colossal project which has NC Dread collaborating with Shatta Wale for the Song “Wi Gi Dem”. General Degree is expected to drop a banger on the same La Pulga Riddim.  The Champions Riddim is currently in production and expected to hit the street soon after the Bashment Riddim.

The anticipation for the upcoming Bashment riddim is high and has 14 artists on the line up including Miz Dee (Zim/SA), Renner (GH), Eye Judah (GH), Wyre (KE) and more to be revealed when the Riddim drops.The riddim is produced by Bashment Music together with their long time associate, DJ Wallas who has worked on all their riddims and NC Dread’s hit songs.

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