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Pick mute guitar fires as charging orchestral violins blaze over hard hitting hip drums. A heavy melodic roots style bass line follows accenting the drum kicks. Unfolding is a host of artist from various areas blazin hot on the "Once Upon Off Time Riddim". Lighting the tourch is one of St. Croix's own Binghi Ghost, encouraging all to live with "Mo love" and as one. Following after is Likkle Shanx delivering in a superb singing voice with "Mother of Civilization". Also on the riddim are Jamaica's own proverbs with "better way" and niah rebel with "matter of time".
Following after the "Once Upon Off Time Riddim" is heavy bass kicks and rapid fire snares fused with more orchestral strings. More artist deliver conscious lyrics over the "With Nature Riddim". Coming in rough reminding us of history is Messenjah Selah with "But Don't Forget". Following right after, out of the Bay Area California is pro skater and dancehall artist Matt "Ras Matthew" Pailes with a pro herb tune "Cutchie". Closing the release is reggae artist and producer of both riddims, Jah-P, singing a redemption tune "Good Again".
These artist bring dynamic singing and chanting flow from areas branching from NY to Cali, JA to Texas, St Croix to Antigua. Messages of unity and the to spirit uplift the reggae massive are presented on Lucid House Production's "Once Upon OFF TIme Riddim" and "With Nature Riddim".