By Kimberly Bernard
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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