After months of work in the studio, producer Richard ‘Shams’ Browne has released what is predicted to be another hit riddim to add to his accolade. Shams who has worked with a number of big name artistes has produced hit riddims like the Orgasm Riddim in 2000 which featured the Vegas hit Girls Time. In 2001 he released the Juice Riddim, 2005 he did Baddis Ting Riddim and now 2008 he has released yet another banger, the Hammer Time Riddim.
Inspired by MC Hammer’s 90’s hit track Can’t Touch this, theHammer Time Riddim follows a early 90’s dance/disco/hip hop beat mixed with a dash of dancehall flavour which will be easily received in the dancehall. The riddim is not too heavy on the ears and fun to listen as it gives you a good vibe, therefore it will be very radio friendly.The riddim is an obvious party or club banger that is capable rocking any setting. It already features the dancehall dancing duo RDX with a track called Party which speaks of the law enforcers wanting to put a limit on how much we party. Till Wi Frass by Psycho Tanbad, She Makes Me by Voicemail, Come Bruk Dis by Elephant Man and Super Freak by Monster Twins are just a some of the tracks that are already featured on theHammer Time Riddim.