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Charly Black, Delus & Bramma shine on the Wire Waist Riddim

By Kimberly Bernard
OutAroad.com Writer

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The New Year has only just begun, but already the airwaves have been flooded with a number of new rhythms. One of which to be on the lookout for is the “Wire Waist” rhythm produced by DJ Sparks (Twelve 9 Records). The rhythm features such artists as Charly Black, newcomer, Delus and Bramma.


The infectious “African Wine” by Bramma is most definitely one that will grab you. Bramma encourages the ladies to “Wine like yuh come from a African Tribe”. Bramma proves he is capable of living up to the challenge of creating a good song on what is a very unique, and some might even say, tricky Rhythm. “Tax and Tear dat!” are the words of dancehall’s newest sensation Delus. This is one man who strongly believes in getting his money’s worth and he makes no secret of it. “Mi wuk out everything mi pay fah, mi nah lef’ a cent”. Delus does a pretty impressive job of “riding” the “Wire Waist”, no pun intended of course.

“Baby mothers tek two steps forward this one is for you,” Charly Black chanted. This song will definitely become a baby mother’s anthem as it is nothing short of a celebration for all mothers. “Baby Mother” is another sure hit for Charly Black and certainly not the last we will hear from this ever-rising Dancehall artiste. He too clearly understood the concept of the “Wire Waist” rhythm and it shows - the end result, a hot track.

The “Wire Waist” rhythm also features other artists like Stacious, Shawn Storm, Wasp as well as Andrew & Wada Blood. This rhythm is definitely one to keep an ear out for.

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Comments (11)

 

Posted by Protina | February 3, 2009 10:16 AM

Yow big up charley black from TRELAWNY we love you my yute u a gwaan wid nuff things and u cum a Duncans weh day a shoot part a u video fi u new tune weh selloff good to knw u memba where u a coming from just keep the peace

All the best to the rising stars weh go tek 2009 by storm



CELEBRITY:
Posted by CELEBRITY | February 3, 2009 1:49 PM

MAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAD, THIS RIDDIM A GRAB!
BIG UP CHARLY TO DI BLACKS,DELUS AND BRAMMA...
YALL MADE THE RIDDIM HOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOT!
KEEP PUSHING...NEVER EVER GIVE UP.



EMPREZ:
Posted by EMPREZ | February 3, 2009 1:52 PM

BLACKS ALL A YU TUNE DEM MEK MI WAAH WINE PAN IT ........MI LIKE YU TING DEM YOUT .....ANY GYAL CYAAH BUBBLE INNA TROUBLE!!!!!!!



curly:
Posted by curly | February 3, 2009 7:12 PM

di man dem a guh hard pon this riddim and yuh affi be a good writer fi stay pon top of the dominating sounds that this riddim produce



dj frass:
Posted by dj frass | February 3, 2009 7:13 PM

mi like charly black song a lot konshens brother delus song is very creative bramma finds the best pattern but him nuh clear bramma mi yute yuh need fi leggo dah deep voice because it makes all yuh songs sound the same way and further more everyone knows that is not your real tone anytime yuh change that yuh going to buss big no hard feelings deejay just di truth



Amarie:
Posted by Amarie | February 3, 2009 8:33 PM

blacks to the flipping world one thing though dont be like usain bolt and forget where u come from. Keep the Trelawny flag high because we love and support u a hundred percent and will never stop is not kingston alone have talent and where u come from shouldnt define u again big up big up.



gaza:
Posted by gaza | February 3, 2009 10:53 PM

it's charly, di man have the punch line dem mad the other two youth dem songs a gwaan to a guess with constant airplay their songs will pick some funny enough those are the songs that create a better impact, another thing this riddim sound like it need a daggering song pon it too



kashion:
Posted by kashion | February 3, 2009 10:57 PM

bramma nuh watch nuh face duh thing youth even though mi agree wid dj frass bout sound of your voice maybe it's what killing the pronunciation of your wrods because mi don mi can tell seh yuh a bad deejay



rachel:
Posted by rachel | February 3, 2009 11:05 PM

i think this riddim will have a vibe once it grow on yuh three songs lyrical delus and bramma a two youth mi think ago do good fi this year and those talking about bramma sound just low di youth because no body nuh sound more awful like serani and watch deh him song reach billboard and get sign to big company



avril:
Posted by avril | February 3, 2009 11:23 PM

@rachel yuh cracking me up with comment about serani babes i think is just lucky him got lucky because his singing is not the best on stage but he him sound damn good pon record same thing with sean paul



First Lady:
Posted by First Lady | February 3, 2009 11:57 PM

It's that sound of Bramma's that makes him so different. Pronounciation can be worked on but I love the originality of Bramma's sound. Mi bredda is heading to the top and he's gonna come even better. Keep shining like the star you know you are!!



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