Street Rockaz – World Go Round Riddim Featuring Jah Mason, Capital D, Toxik

World Go Round Riddim Featuring Jah Mason, Capital D, Toxik
World Go Round Riddim Featuring Jah Mason, Capital D, Toxik

Here comes the brand new riddim from the Street Rockaz Family’s studio straight outta Paris city.The riddim is called WORLD GO ROUND RIDDIM.It’s a heavy conscious hip hop reggae instrumental which surely make the dance ram!!!

You will find on it such artists as Jah Mason, Capital D and Toxik.

It’s the second time collaboration between Jah Mason and Street Rockaz Familylabel after the massive hit “Youths of the future” released in 2022. He delivers us the massive tune “War is not the option” in connection with the tragic situation in Ukraine. Capital Drecords his first big tune onthe label (others a coming soon) called “Conversation” which warning us about the youth’s education in this wild modern world.

Toxik, a French rapper from Mantes la Jolie, tells us about his own story in “Né Ici”: the birth and growth of and immigrant family’s child in the Paris suburbs. We hope that you will appreciate our brand-new production made for you with heart!!!!


Street Rockaz Family

Track listing World Go Round Riddim

1.Jah Mason–War is not the option

2.Capital D–Conversation

3.Toxik–Né ici

Riddimby street rockaz familyMix: Street Rockaz Family

Mastering: Capitaine Mastering

Distribution: Believe


DigitalArtwork: Tidouz

Release date: February 03rd 2023

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