Voluntary or involuntary, Danger Zone producer Penny Bling’s new riddim 13 Clap will trigger heads bobbing and feet stamping. As for the sharp meeting of hands, the clapping won’t stop.Xtratainment was previed to get a listen off Danger Zone production’s title track from their newest signed entertainers, DJ Tornado and dancers Dutty Link Dancers. The Dancers made their names at all happening spots in the streets and adds to their fame dance moves, Hot Plate. Appropriately, the 13 Clap dance and single by DJ Tornado of the same name, named the track. If any other track on this “dance stopper” is as hard hitting as Tornado/Dutty Link’s 13 Clap then fans might as well check out the others on the galloping rhythm. 13 Clap boasts explosive TNT tracks on the rhythm from the sexy Ce’Cile, Mikey Pelpa, Mr. Easy, Bunji Garlin, Jigsy King and Penny Bling. Already the releases have taken the airwaves. A second set of singles is scheduled to be released, which should feature a few international acts. Tornado with the title track and dance song, ‘13 Clap’, has already started getting rotation in Kingston 11. Dazzle Mondays and other weekly dances have endorsed the single with constant rotation. Plans are in the making for a double medley video to animate the song and take over the video channels.13 Clap is the follow-up rhythm to the major 2006 hit Wipe Out riddim produced by Penny Bling for Danger Zone Records. The Cayman Islands are said to be feeling the effect of just the 13 Clap rhythm version, no vocals.“It seems like happy times have returned to dancehall in a time when it is needed most since they say dancehall is getting too violent and Penny Bling, Della Danger, Jigsy and the rest of the Danger Zone camp promise to continue making happy music to build dancehall ‘cause “unification through music” is the Danger Zone motto,” states Penny Bling. “We plan to campaign for the rest of the year and the next year like Barack Obama,” producer of the 13 Clap, Penny Bling, promises.