Still basking in the recent success of Busy Signal’s ‘Come Over’, which debuted at No.10 on the U.S Billboard Chart. Recording powerhouse Notice Productions continued to churn out the hits. The latest being the release of the Digital Love Rhythm compilation featuring breakout singles ‘Tiad A Dah Sup’m Ya’ by Queen Ifrica and Chuck Fenda’s – It Hard.
Amidst the raging lyrical confrontations and current demonic influences in Dancehall, this pair of gritty Reggae ballads has found favour with the populous. The songs cover a wide array of social issues from political promises to the perils of the less fortunate; yet still manage to exude that calm melodic groove of a Sunday morning cruise through the countryside. ‘Tiad A Dah Sup’m Yah’ is Ifrica’s first official single since giving birth to her child.
“Working with Queen Ifrica was such a great experience, we had fun, her vocal delivery and passion for what she was saying was sincerely felt and to have a woman speaking out against the injustice which you can hear in this song. I feel very proud to be a part of it,” says Producer Wayne ‘Unga’ Thompson.
Despite being released only days now the compilation is in high demand and continued to enjoy premium rotation on the FM airwaves becoming a staple on the playlist of several prominent radio personalities.
According to Sunjock Calico of Suncity 104.9FM, Portmore’s leading radio station, “Notice Productions has outdone themselves with this one. Every time I play the rhythm someone calls requesting it be replayed and that is the sign of a real hit.” – the jock said.
Now available on iTunes and other digital platforms the full compilation also features solid tracks from fellow Reggae crooners: Hezron, Romain Virgo, Chronixx, C-Sharp, Ras Penco, Iba Mahr, Alva, Further Notice and European singer Million Styles.