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Soom T, Skarra Mucci, Natty Jean. The beautiful roster of Kaïa Riddim
Based in New Caledonia, the Littlerock Sound roster is full of nuggets. Well known by the major international artists of current reggae, the team presents « Kaïa Riddim », carried by artists such as SOOM T, SKARRA MUCCI, MANJUL or even NATTY JEAN.
The genesis of the « Kaïa Riddim » project is a simple, but beautiful and meaningful story, under the leadership of JAH M and FAB, two very active local artists who works with a lot of international artists.
Over the course of shows and meetings, the unifying project of a riddim was born with the idea to invite artists from various backgrounds but all driven by the same swaying rhythms of reggae music.
Many played along and today, they did it : the « Kaïa Riddim », highlighted by a host of artists is available on all platforms.
We thus find the liveliness of the flow of SOOM T, the good vibes of JAH SUN, the soul tinged voice of LOÏNHIE, the hip hop inspiration of NATTY JEAN, the freshness of AUDE, the explosiveness of SKARRA MUCCI, a dub version by MANJUL and FAB with his reggae made in New Caledonia.
« Kaïa Riddim » is likely to please all reggae fans!
And it is « Bless Me », by SOOM T, that the team choose to highlight for the release day. The energy of the Scottish MC awakes the explosiveness of the riddim and shows the successful bet of the New Caledonian team.
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