Portmore-based House of Congress has released two hot rhythms with tracks that are now creating some buzz on the dancehall scene.
The Stars and Trouble rhythms share one thing in common: an exciting line-up of uplifting tracks that everyone can enjoy, both adults and teeny boppers.
&ldquWe are into wholesome family entertainment. For us it’s more than just making music…the message must be there too,” said HOC’s Chris Congress.
As such, the label has taken great care in ensuring that they stick to the central theme of the company and that’s &lsquoentertaining but uplifting music’.
Kicking off the Stars rhythm is a young, hip group named ASK with They Should Know. Indeed, if their smooth sound is anything to go by then they will definitely be going places in the business.
Anthony B is no stranger when it comes to social commentary but Everybody Need Somebody is more on the lighter side as he explores the relationship issue.
That’s what makes the Stars rhythm so entertaining – it’s a little culture, lovers rock laced with some party vibes…but it’s all good.
Hero makes his contribution on the rhythm with I Cry and that track is definitely worth the listening time invested.
Lutan Fyah like you have never heard him before comes to you in It’s Good To Know and that’s good enough reason for you to check out this rhythm.
Other tracks on the Stars rhythm are Ginjah - Manipulative People, King Shadrock - Free Dem With Music, Cutty Ranks – In The Streets and Hollow Point with Young Thugs.
The Trouble rhythm so far features the works of Cutty Ranks with Dutty Ways and ASK with We Can All.
Regarding the rhythms, Chris Congress said that they are now in the process of recording even more tracks on both of them.
&ldquIf you thought the rhythms were hot before, wait until you hear the finished product,” he promised.
Source: House of Congress