We round up the best remixes of the year so far, including hits from Cheat Codes, Sean Paul, R3HAB and more of your favourite artists.
Ras Kwame counts down the biggest new Reggae songs you need in your life this month in his Reggae Recipe Chart.
10. Mavado – 'Beat And Teach'
Following his recent war of words with Popcaan, 'We The Best' signee Mavado sounds triumphant over one of the hottest riddims out right now.
9. PARTYNEXTDOOR Feat. Popcaan – 'Only U' (Remix)
PND has linked up with Popcaan to added some extra fire to his current dancehall-inspired radio hit.
8. Morgan Heritage – 'Selah' (Mile High Riddim)
Morgan Heritage has added his own touch to Winta James' 'Mile High' riddim for a spiritually uplifting roots track.
7. Kickraux And Orange Hill Feat. Demario, Ayo Jay, Doctor And Tyga – 'Feelin' You'
Kickraux and Orange Hill have dropped a huge tri-continental smash, currently getting lots of love in the reggae/dancehall scene.
6. Vybz Kartel – 'Win'
Vybz Kartel has shown his love for Usain Bolt and Team JA with a motivational dancehall track.
5. Jah Cure – 'Telephone Love'
Jah Cure is back with another song for the ladies! He's dropped a smooth lover's rock anthem that's become popular with both DJs and fans alike.
4. Alkaline – '12pm'
Vendetta Cru boss Alkaline can do no wrong following his popular singles 'After All' and 'Block & Delete'. This latest addition to the stack, solidifies his status as one of the biggest names in the scene.
3. Damian Marley – 'Nail Pon Cross'
Damian Marley has reworked the Black Uhuru classic ‘Solidarity’ riddim, for the first teaser from the Gong’s forthcoming new album ‘Stony Hill’.
2. Vybz Kartel – 'Coloring This Life'
There's currently no stopping ‘Di Teacha’, who is current dominating the dancehall scene. Kartel's latest track from his 'King Of The Dancehall', fuses latin and bashment.
1. Vybz Kartel Feat. Demarco & Keda – 'Miracle'
It's going to take a miracle to shift Vybz from the No.1 spot in the reggae dancehall scene, and 'Miracle' sees him sending some direct shots to any pretenders to the crown.