Here’s something new that’s made its way into our inbox in recently weeks. We haven’t been up on anything even remotely Caribbean for a minute and in wanting to be at the forefront of all things cultural that’s bad of us, so kindly accept this as a place holder for things to come.
It sees the return of Oliver Rodigan (David Rodigan’s son) going by his production moniker, Cadenza, and sees him team up with Stylo G and Busy Signal for the “Real Rock” riddim sampling single “Foundation”. A perfect perfect blend of UK and Jamaican Dancehall influences; this collabo is one to turn the volume up on.
At just 25 years old, the west Londoner has established himself as an artist-to-watch in both the UK and across the pond. He’s co-produced Black Scorpio and Alchemy on TALA’s breakthrough EP as well as the first single Where I’m From on Kiko Bun’s forthcoming LP, via Island Records. Prior to that he cut two tracks on Grammy nominated artist Ryan Leslie’s “Black Mozart” album, as well as releasing his forward thinking club tracks on Mad Decent, Fool’s Gold and MixPak.
He’s continuing form here. Have a listen below and let us know what you think!
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