'METAVERSE RIDDIM' feat. various artists produced by Black Shadow & Troyton Rami

'METAVERSE RIDDIM' feat. various artists produced by Black Shadow & Troyton Rami
'Metaverse Riddim' feat. Gully God Mavado with ‘Money & Done’, Mavado & Kalash ‘Money & Done’ Remix, Dovey Magnum performing ‘Polygamy’, Iwaata offering ‘Pillow’ and 450 with ‘2face’. Troyton Rami is a genius when it comes to balancing and mixing tracks. The production is calm and brightens the qualities of the dancehall/reggae genre. The improved dynamics of each musical element make the music sound rich and clear. Blending multiple artists together is a challenge that the producer has accomplished well using his passion and talent for musical art. The relaxed melodic and harmonious flow of all the instruments works completely in the favour of the theme.

The project has consistent and minimalist sub-bass and triplet percussion arrangements that are influenced by the well-known traditionally Jamaican style. The riddim that features top recording artists and music producers like Black Shadow & Troyton Remi is certainly a great listening experience.

Definitely listen to Metaverse Riddim feat. various artists produced by Troyton Rami.

Metaverse riddim - black shadow



Mavado - money & done https://onerpm.Link/moneyanddone

Mavado & kalash- money & done remix https://onerpm.Link/moneydoneremix


About Troyton Rami

"Producer/Songwriter/Entrepreneur Troyton Rami was born on July 27, 1980, in Grange Hill, Westmoreland, Jamaica. Always having a connection with music from a young age, he started his music career as a DJ playing in various parts of Jamaica, further developing his skillset in South Florida after migrating there in his teens. Soon after, Troyton transitioned to becoming a Producer, establishing Black Shadow Records as the hub for all of his work. For 5 years, he carefully built his catalogue providing the sounds for many upcoming and established Artists before he stumbled upon his first big break. Having already composed a few Riddims, it wasn’t until his “Buzz Riddim” fell into the path of then-emerging Dancehall Artist Sean Paul, which lead to the multiplatinum single, “Gimme The Light”. The success of “Gimme The Light” led to Troyton earning numerous accolades and quickly becoming a high in demand Producer locally and Internationally.

Troyton Rami
Having been recognized by ASCAP, IRWMA, and the GRAMMY committee, collecting more accolades, and scoring deals with Universal Music Publishing and Ultra Records over the years, Troyton Rami has become a seasoned Producer who has lent his sound and expertise to many Artists, fellow Producers, and Songwriters throughout the Caribbean, Latin America, and various parts around the world. He had a hand in Kevin Lyttle’s “Turn Me On” hit, produced Alkaline’s hit singles “Fine Whine”, “Eva High”, and “Black Heart”, produced top-selling albums from Elephant Man, Baha Men, and Beenie Man, and has found his work getting placements in everything from TV shows, to Films, to Commercials, to Video Games like FIFA 06 and Forza Motorsport 2, to events like WWE Summerslam 2006, and the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

Today, Troyton Rami has solidified his status as a top Producer who is inspiring future generations of Producers and is still making hits. Troyton recently released collaborations with Dancehall Artists Mavado (“Ready Fi Dem” and “Money & Done”), and 450 (“2 Face”), and is putting the finishing touches on new collaborations with Alkaline, Mavado, and many other prominent Artists."