This year Hypa took the scene by storm. He certainly isn’t just ‘trying a thing’, he is legit a good soca artist with hit songs and I have the feeling he will be around for a very long time.
Peep his video for Dutty Dancing produced by Raw Boss Films, very fun footage. I did expect to see Dutty in the video doing his trademark dance (Dutty is a character from Questelles who I’m sure gave some inspiration to Lester and Shane for the track). There is of course a whole lot of dutty dancing going on though. We love the video. Doh Beat up.
Dymez collaborates with Pixel for yet another 4th Dimension production. This one is not our favorite release out of Mac’s studio though, we think they may have missed the mark a little here.
‘Bam Bam’ is another 4th Dimension release by the new song competition winner Syxx. This is a free up your self and jam kinda song.
Poorsah links with 4th Dimension Productions to bring us ‘Rumified’ (Soca dictionary anyone?). In his signature delivery Poosah sings his desire to get wasted on the weekend. 4th Dimension has proven to be the most prolific production studio for the 2015 carnival season, Lester You’re a beast brother.
4th Dimension makes another release, this time its KGB and Bomani with ‘Carnival Feeling’.
Written by Kevin ‘KGB’ Browne
Performed by KGB & Bomani
Produced, Mixed & Mastered by Lester ‘Mack’ Iroha of 4th Dimension Studios
4th Dimension Production has released yet another track without sacrificing quality. ‘Keep It Dey’ is a vintage ragga soca with a comedic edge by Dj Ruffy and written by James ‘Jamesy P’ Morgan.
Keep It Dey
Performed by: DJ Ruffy
Written by: James Morgan
Produced, mixed and mastered by 4th Dimension Studios
Lester ‘Mack” Iroha of 4th Dimension Productions seems to have a head start this season with two riddims already out. Rebellers Riddim featuring Hypa 4000 and Lil Vaughn so far and Supersonic Riddim that features problem Child, Fresh Kydd, Jamesy P, Skinny Fabulous, Skrpyon and Laura Lisa.