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Rax Nana Recording Studio now operational with first riddim project dubbed “Six Feet Riddim”

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By Eventlabgh , in Entertainment News , at September 20, 2018


What first comes to mind when you hear “six feet ”? Obviously burial which is related to death, isn’t it? In as much as death is inevitable, we must take note there’s judgement after death. Therefore people must treat each other as a reflection of their selves. And since music is a universal language, fabulous producer Beat Master has been able to produce a beat which he titles “Six Feet Riddim” to drum home the message he’s putting across.

The ulterior motive of the riddim is to feed and speak to the conscience on the masses with music by throwing more light to be conscious of the fact that there’s a penalty after death. Therefore, before one kicks the bucket, the person should live a responsible life which he or she can boldly account for during judgement. Particularly those in authority who abuse their position and right should be cautioned. No matter people’s pedigree in life, they should be humble and do good at all time.

21 reggae dancehall heavyweights were officially lined up on the riddim. Expect ear candy songs from the likes of Jupitar, Ras Kuuku, Epixode, Rudebwoy Ranking, Xlnt, Eye Judah, AK Songtress, Rashid Metal, Sean Taylor, Kahpun, Bujwu Stillgo, Jefre King, Sugar Ranking, Chiney Kiki, Jah Lead, Blak Mexxiah, Wan Row, Tsoobi, Mijay, Shae Lawrence and Abban. The team has in a place strategic plans to release songs from the various artists.

It’s a reggae dancehall beat (riddim). Beat Master, Rax and his team decided to officially assign Elorm Beenie as their official blogger for the project because of his professionalism, work ethics, knowledge about music and he is the only qualified man when it comes reggae dancehall promo in Ghana. The riddim is hosted by Rax Nana an upcoming producer formerly based in Obuasi but now in Accra.

Written by: John Claude Tamakloe

Source: Beenie Words

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