Super hot, Rice Grain Riddim, produced by grateful engineer, Jordan McClure of Chimney Records, is out now. The track has scored some top dancehall artist to voice over the riddim such as Shenseea, Govana, Konshens with Ding Dong on tune, "Dream Weekend," Alkaline and Jahmiel show up on the riddim with "Pick Unuh Side," and "Level Up." We were hoping to see Mavado on the riddim to complete the dancehall MVP trio (Mavado, Vendetta Boss Alkaline, and Jahmiel of Patriots), unfortunately no Mavado, but we are treated with newcomers, Sashie Cool and Star Captyn in, "Be Wise," plus more.

See McClure expressing his gratitude for his fans, artists and the media on his Instagram while posing on a hillside in Kingston, Jamaica. Flashing his new "dancehall" tattoo. 

  jordanchimney: The journey so far has been one for which I have no words to express. My gratitude to everyone who has supported and played a role in where we are today is insurmountable. To every Artiste, DJ, Selector, Producer, Musician, Radio station, Media house, PR manager, Dancer, Harmony Singer, Road manager, Talent manager, TV station, Promoter, Newspaper, Journalist, Interviewer, Engineer, A&R etc.. For all you have done I am grateful   #Dancehall  

jordanchimney: The journey so far has been one for which I have no words to express.
My gratitude to everyone who has supported and played a role in where we are today is insurmountable.
To every Artiste, DJ, Selector, Producer, Musician, Radio station, Media house, PR manager, Dancer, Harmony Singer, Road manager, Talent manager, TV station, Promoter, Newspaper, Journalist, Interviewer, Engineer, A&R etc..
For all you have done I am grateful
#Dancehall 

Listen below to new, Rice Grain Riddim, and see what the many singers had to say. Notice how the riddim is the same but the tracks sound so different because of the way the artists string their lyrics together, here on Kingston To LA.

*Featured photograph of Jordan McClure via Instagram.

 

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