Hayibo Riddim follows the Jamaican tradition where different artists record a track on the same beat. This EP features South Africa’s finest reggae artists, singing in their native language, isiXhosa.
African reggae enthusiasts and people looking for new sounds will love how Quite a White Ou, Teba, Crosby, Izajah Korianda, Zoro, Ginga Cobra and Daddy Spencer put it down on Hayibo Riddim. This riddim reflects the urban reggae movement happening in South Africa’s cities. It is a combination of global influences with a potent local flavour. All the songs have strong lyrical content and a vibrant social message.
Hayibo Riddim is produced and independently released by Fletcher in Dub.
To get a taste of this EP, watch the title track’s music video…
Quite a White Ou presents:
Hayibo featuring Teba
Watch it here: http://youtu.be/f4Y7sM0JQDY
Read more about Quite a White Ou at www.qawo.co.za
1. Quite A White Ou featuring Teba – Hayibo
2. Crosby – Ngekhe Balunge
3. Izajah Korianda – Icuba Labathwa
4. Zoro – Qiniseka
5. Ginger Cobra – Nomama
6. Daddy Spencer – Uthando
7. Fletcher in Dub – Hayibo Riddim
Feel free to download Hayibo Riddim and to share it with family and friends in support of the artists who have made this incredible ‘for the love’ project possible.
Listen to Hayibo Riddim here: https://soundcloud.com/fletcher/sets/hayibo-riddim/s-T6p7L
Download Hayibo Riddim here – it’s free:
What’s a Riddim? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Riddim