Bost & Bim remix their own Hustlin’ riddim

Last year French versatile production and mixing duo Bost & Bim – responsible for some huge mash-ups with their Yankees A Yard compilations – put out the Hustlin’ riddim. Hawaiian singer J-Boog’s cut Coldest Zone made number four on Reggaemani’s best tunes in 2010.

So it comes as a pleasant surprise when I heard that they are dropping two new versions of this wicked hip-hop influenced rub a dub one drop.

Five cuts are now available in a digital Prince Jammy Style. Pick of the bunch is Valene’s intense My Ghetto Cry.

The other version is in a nyabinghi style with a scent of soul. Pick of these five are once again J-Boog and his Coldest Zone.

This varied one riddim album is available as digital download worldwide and as CD in France.

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