Over the course of twenty-four hit songs, The Hit List compilation dips into reggae, dancehall and lovers as well as crossover joints. Demarco, a crossover sensation, makes the hit list with “Standing Soldier”, a song that busted the dance from Kingston to New York to London. Laden, an artist who fits nicely within dancehall, reggae and Hip Hop all at the same time, is represented by two songs: his debut smash, “Time To Shine” and follow up hit “Really Like You”. Vybz Kartel’s “Life Sweet”, “Ramping Shop” (featuring Spice) and “Last Man Standing”, all of which lit up the dancehall scene to Gyptian & Suga Roy & Conrad Crystal’s remake of Culture’s “Jah Jah See Dem”, a song that connected with reggae and cultural music fans around the world show the breadth of The Hit List compilation. And Bugle, one of the most iconic young voices to come out of Jamaica lends his voice on “What Have I Done To You” and “No Yes Man” while fans also get to hear rising dancehall reggae star Konshens on “This Means Money”. Charly Blacks’, another young voice with a veteran list of hits behind him, contributes “Rich This Year” and “Bubble”, two recent blazing popular dancehall tracks.
Stalwarts such as Beenie Man (“Burnin’ Burnin'” featuring Miss Trinity), Terry Linen (“Back To Atlanta”), RDX (“Bend Ova”), Serani (“When Work Is Done” and “Study People”) and Bounty Killer (“They Don’t Know Bawlin”) are just a few of the quality and quantity of hits to be found on The Hit List compilation. Reggae, dancehall and dance fans alike will find all the hits they need to maintain the vibes!
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