They say an open rebuke is better than secret love and GaGa Productions is making no secret about their intentions with their brand-new project, the Open Rebuke Riddim.
The Open Rebuke Riddim not only takes on a tone of accountability but hits out against norms and what’s readily accepted or rejected by society. Each of the songs on this project calls it like it is, making for an enjoyable compilation that frees minds and spirits just the same.
Laden boasts unapologetically about his ‘gyallis’ tendencies as talks up how much of a Gal Legend he is. While Delly Ranks says he refuses to be a Gal Mascot as he hits out against guys who let women take them for granted or watch every move a woman makes. Popsy Badda simply Waah Live and build himself up by any means necessary. Plus, Richie Loop and GaGa’s son, Alty B, rekindle the fire from their Island Girl hit to prove that they’re All That You Need to stimulate your listening pleasures.
Open Rebuke showcases many promising, emerging talents including one of Brooklyn’s finest and a Real Winner in Vision Lineage and Bad Frass who assures he will Share My Love with the ladies. Guyanese artist and former Konshens collaborator, Negus runs his Rat Race, Toronto-based act Lawzah Blazah gets his female fans to Kotch on the beat Neilium wants the ladies to be By My Side. Brampton’s own Fiyah MC is sure that the Girl Dem Love We while former Magnum Kings and Queens standout Dipherence addresses bad mind people as Dem Eye Red.
Alty B insists his latest production allows new talent to shine through and speak their minds.
“The Open Rebuke Riddim is a certified dancehall banger and is sure to have people moving for young acts because Gaga Productions is all about new and young talent.”
Following the success of the Inna Trouble Riddim, Open Rebuke is sure to set the record straight and further make GaGa a strong force to be reckoned in dancehall music.
Support Jamaican music and get the Open Rebuke on iTunes and all other major digital music outlets, plus check out the singles on YouTube and across social media. Take heed music industry, this open rebuke will have you saying thank you to us later. Amen to that!