Mr Vegas- Jack it up
Devonte and Tanto Metro-Say wooee
Sean Paul-Deport Dem
Wayne Wonder- Watching You
Spragga Benz- Cute and little & Tight
Sasha-Dat Sexy Body
There were many more artist on the production, but these where the top tracks which had the radio and clubs jumping.
Beenie Man had the title track “Bookshelf” which off course was a hit for both male and female fans alike. Other popular cuts include Sean Paul ” Deport Dem” which was very popular locally and internationally, the same can be said about the Wayne Wonder, Sasha, Mr Vegas, Devonte and Tanto Metro. Basically this was a hit production which had more than just one hit songs and it is still being played to date and having the same exciting effect.
The “Bookshelf Riddim” was a simple but catchy production with a wicked bass line. The flute sounding-like synth is just one of a kind. Even now when the riddim drops you automatically just to move, it’s infectious in the best way possible.
It’s safe to say the “Bookshelf Riddim” is a classic 1990’s production and that’s a massive accomplishment because the 1990’s is considered one of Dancehall greatest era.
Fast forward to September 2018 the “Bookshelf riddim” has a rebirth with Khalia Million who is signed to Tony Kelly’s K-Liciouis label has just released “My Name”.