As it's 'Black Friday' and shopping is on your
mind (and my mind too!), this entry will be brief!
Black Solidarity Records run by Phillip Morgan
and Oswald Thomas released their own version
of the Mud Up riddim which was also called the
'Woman Deya' riddim which featured the vocals
of Professor Nuts and the hit chune "Woman
The chune poked fun at the happenings at a dance
where there are more men than women. Professor
Nuts wasn't having it and did something about
it. What did he do?! You'll have to listen to the
chune to find out! Ha!
One of the 'celebrities' of the riddim is the bass
player as much as the artist. The catchy bass
line moves the riddim which in turn moves the
artists vocals. A great example is that of Tippa
Irie who plays off the bassline using the words
'ten' / 'Gwen' / 'Ben' / 'Gar-den'! You have to hear
Broadcasting at 320kbps, catch the 'Woman Deya'