The new riddim by Friendly Fire Band that Jam Jah Sound has been beating regularly on the soundsystem is finally out on two seven inch vinyl records and on all streaming platforms.
CAT# (digital): FFMD1902
CAT# (vinyl): FFM7050/ FFM7051FORMAT: Digital / Streaming /
2x 7” Vinyl records
The Saturday Night Riddim project started as a de-mix ( the opposite of a remix) of Mr. Williamz and Chopstick Dubplates’ Jungle track “ Saturday Night”, which was re- played as a reggae track by Friendly Fire Band.
The riddim sounded so fat that Tippa Irie and Myki Tuff both recorded their own versions. Myki Tuff’s sound-killing anthem came out digitally at the end of last year and made a lot of noise, so we are now unleashing the other cuts on all streaming platforms and two Limited Edition seven inch records : Mr. Williamz’s party touch down, and Tippa Irie’s plea to reckless Mini Bus drivers in JA, together with a vinyl- only version of the riddim.
Don’t forget to check the sister release on Chopstick Duplates which features the original Mr. Williamz cut as well as a different set of vocals in a jungle style.