REFRESHINGLY new and trending riddim, More Entertainment riddim, has attracted voices of Jamaican artistes Turbulence and Sir Ford.
The riddim that features more than 40 local artistes among them Poptain and Seh Calaz was produced by Cymplex.
Freeman’s song titled Pombi has emerged to be one of the favourites for dancehall fans on the riddim.
Speaking to H Metro, producer of the riddim, Cymplex said:
“I believe this riddim has ‘revived’ the riddim culture in the country.
“This is because it has featured upcoming and well established artistes.
“This culture had since gone extinct with established artistes opting for singles and albums “to protect their careers” since riddims come with “career threatening” competition.
“I believe the riddim will contribute so much since there are so many potential hits on it.
” Some upcoming artistes will find their break through since there are so many potential hits and even some careers will be revived since it also features some “old horses.”
“I am promising more riddim and bigger projects with more international artistes.”
Turbulence revealed that he paid tribute to the late Soul Jah Love as well as hailed Seh Calaz and Kwekwe wheel-spinner DJ Fydale in his song.
“In the song I give Soul Jah Love his respect and honour.
“I also hailed the big bad artiste Seh Calaz who is doing well across the world right now.
“I am so proud of him and so am I of my good friend Dj Fydale.”
In interview with H-Metro, Sir Ford said:
“It’s a great feeling to be featured on this riddim. My song on the riddim is about the tough times people facing globally.
“To all my fans in Zimbabawe I promise them more music with a great vibe.
” I just continue put in the good work one day the music will reach the four corners of the earth. “