Kingston 11 scores with Free Kick rhythm
Dancehall artiste Razor B leads the Free Kick rhythm, the latest project from Kingston 11 Productions.
Razor B delivers with the catchy Anywhere, an uptempo dancehall groove sure to make the women twerk in the club.
Dancehall rookie Sikating brings seduction and the art of lovemaking through music to the club scene with Live In.
The song is really Sikating's delightful serenade to a girl he is pursuing passionately with lines like "mi want to live in yu world real firm/cherish it like it's gold I earned."
Another newcomer, Xcalade, teams up with I View and Richi Bad for Long Time, where they brag about how many girls they have.
Another talented newcomer, deejay Vention, represents with Claim Your Own, bragging that "women ah salute mi/say mi ah dem bedroom sarge" and other lines that advertise his particular range of bedroom talents.
Dalla Supreme shows up with Wine in the Mirror and resurrects a famous soca song, Dolla, to sing about a new wining move, while Kello Cole sings about the power of the US dollar and financial realities on Dollars.
Kello Cole outlines the harsh realities of life on a hook that advises "yu haffi have dollars fi make sense/dollars fi set trends".
The talented Ink XL is focused on stacking up the Benjamins on Syntax while Blakkman drops the badman anthem Respect.
Kingston 11 Productions is a recording studio and label that was established 10 years ago.
The label has carved out a decent niche for itself as a springboard to help amateur artistes in the Olympic Gardens-Waterhouse area.