Love Nuh Easy Riddim Featuring Various Artists

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Love Nuh Easy Riddim Featuring Various Artists
Love Nuh Easy Riddim Featuring Various Artists

In 2016, TriXstar & Skarra Mucci (DE/JAM) released the track “Love Nuh Easy”, which is still very popular. With a lot of humor they sing on the rock steady riddim, which was produced by Dox & Dizzie. The riddim stands out with it’s groovy bassline, melodic brass lines and slightly distorted Hammond licks.

With five more tracks from Dionne Reid (UK), U Brown (JAM), Spruddy (DE), Nadia Eva (Conscious Culture, DE), and Dango Solo (Babylove & The van Dangos, DK), there is a wonderful riddim sampler ready to be released. All tracks are referencing the topic of the title track in it’s very distinctive way: Love Nuh Easy!

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