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Thread: Todays dance hall riddims

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    i swear to god the movado riddim is a variation of this riddim...this is all i heard when i listen to that lol


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    ummmm nahhh, da chords are totally different

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    these will forever be my riddims....











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    ^^^^^^^^^^^outta all those i only really like the joyride and urkel riddims

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    Quote Originally Posted by shevvy View Post
    what you guys think about them.. i think dance hall died...
    According to our standards yes, but no. When we were young our parents fight down our beloved 90's dancehall (lyrical content, beat, etc), as did their parents fight down theirs; now we are fighting down the new generation's.

    The biggest problem with today's music is that producers today lack the ability originate. Too much sampling is taking place. This is the reason why everything sound the same. I am not going to speak negatively about dancehall music, I will just say this...

    Dancehall is just changing as it will continue to. I am sure if you hear "Love Dem" or "Gallis" all of you will mash up the dance. You just have to build an appreciation for this new music nevertheless. Music today is not as limited as it was before. The equipment, programs, beats(the individual sounds that make up the arrangement), everything about it has improved. So you have to expect a totally different sound. Adding to that their is more emphasis on melody, treble and chords than bass so the sound is not as dynamic; you get a different feel. Then there is crossover and mixing of genres, and what ever else have you, which will make us continue to love what we know and leave the acceptance of it 'new dancehall' for the babies.

    We will continue to relate to artist from out time and few newbees inbetween that is similar to our preference.

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