Reggae Recipe Chart: 10 New Reggae Songs To Love In April 2017
19 April 2017, 16:59 | Updated: 19 April 2017, 17:03
Ras Kwame counts down the biggest new Reggae songs you need in your life this month in his Reggae Recipe Chart.
10. The Heatwave Feat. K More – 'Stop Watch'
One of the UK's biggest party soundsystems are warming up for their debut album, with a catchy new single alongside K More.
9. Jah9 Feat. Chronixx – 'Hardcore' (Remix)
Jah9 is back with a remix of a song taken from her latest album '9'. The Reggae singer has linked up with Chronixx for a standout collaboration.
8. Roska Feat. Serocee – 'In My Zone'
UK MC Serocee has delivered some serious lyrical wordplay on a brand new single from Roska. This is big!
7. Angel – 'Hi Grade (My Place)'
Homegrown singer Angel has delivered his own modern take on Lovers Rock reggae with his smooth new single, filled with soulful melodies and a huge bass line.
6. Vybz Kartel – 'So What'
Di Teacha has showcased his unique sense of humour on one of the hottest ridders of the moment, the Humbug Riddim. There are also strong versions by Movado, Tifa and Charly Black.
5. Alkaline – 'Son Of A Queen'
Alkaline has released a smooth new single dedicated to all the women in his life, over the popular Money House Riddim. Keep an eye out for versions from Jamiel and Shenseea and Movado - who delivered the infectious 'Belt Buckle'.
4. Movado – 'Memory'
Mavado is the latest artist to jump on the Obsession Riddim by Anju Blaxx. Look out for great versions from Bugle and Jahmiel.
3. Kranium Feat. Wizkid & Ty Dolla Sign – 'Can't Believe Her'
2. Aidonia – 'Trigger Work It'
2016's Dancehall Bully Riddim is still making huge waves this year and Aidonia is the latest artist to add his own style to the popular instrumental. There are also huge versions from Bounty Killer, Masicka and more.
1. Wizkid & Vybz Kartel – 'Whine To Di Top'
Dancehall and Afrobeats have come together through a new collaboration with Vybz Kartel and Wizkid. The pair have unleashed a club banger on the World Fete Riddim by TJ Records producer KickRaux.