GaGa Productions is out in full force in 2017 as they’re sure to get music lovers Inna Trouble when listening to this guilty pleasure.
After a fresh cut with their debut, the Babashop Riddim, the Inna Trouble Riddim, a joint production with Black Orchid Productions, is a testament to quality over quantity as it features six sizzling numbers you can count on to be fixtures on airwaves around the world.
Inna Trouble is headlined by Grammy-nominated artiste and Magnum Kings and Queens winner, Devin Di Dakta as he insists one girls can’t Satisfy him. Fresh off his nod for music’s golden prize, the 21-year-old offers up a trophy-winning performance with this ‘gallis’ anthem, proving he might be, ‘wild like lion, but she nuh care, a me she still wah give a cub.’”
Grammy-winning producer and the Worl’ General, Delly Ranx, shows he can Get Gal Anyweh he goes with his chick magnet single sure to attract even more females to his fan base. This sweet effort tells us how Delly is the ‘bees juice’ to the honeys but isn’t a ‘gyal fool like the Three Stooge.’
Jamaican-Canadian artiste and Gaga’s son, Alty-B, looks for some light in life as there is No Sunshine when she’s gone. This dancehall adaptation of the classic track shows the ingenuity and evolution of this long-promising talent as he talks of the constant void in his life without his main lady as ‘break up to make up’ is all they do as he bemoans how ‘she always gone for long.’
Black Orchid blooms on Inna Trouble with the sensual Body on Me, while KG Di Quenga talks about how he enjoys being Together with his significant other. Skemo Legen serves up a solid title track as he warns females about being too loyal to cheating men, hence why their relationships Inna Trouble.
The Inna Trouble Riddim is available on iTunes and all digital music outlets, while a fiery mix of the set from DJ Fella, the ‘party sheller’ can be heard on the official 876-411 YouTube channel, 876411 JA. Look out for official videos for No Sunshine, Get Gal Anyweh and more on a TV screen near you as Inna Trouble warms up the dancehall scene heading into the warmer months!