"Of course I like them and will play them with pleasure!" (On the World Needs Riddim and Crying Out by Essential I and Anthony B)
Alessandro Gibertiniti - Ghetto Connection www.poliradio.com - Italy

"I played the steppers mix of Crying Out on my show Nov 4th.  I intend to polay the other mixs soon come.  Always love Anthony B and Essentiail I was a smooth listen to."
DJ Too Dread - KTHX 100.1, Reno Nevada

"The tune 'More Strength, More Life' (by Essential I) on the Standing Firm Riddim is wicked! Getting nuff positive response"
DJ Kyle Supreme , Top Radio Station, Jamaica

"…out of all the various riddim/label goals/initiatives I’ve heard of, BY FAR, Sick Donkey’s is off to the most promising start in recent memory with such a piece becoming its foundation...the Standing Firm riddim itself has a MAJOR claim on being the single best riddim I heard…..and should have a place FIRMLY in the collections of most fans of modern Reggae, worldwide. One of the best riddims I've ever heard"
Ras Achis - Amazon Music

 
"This CD is an amazing collection of lyrical songs and raw reality channeling the spirit of Roots Reggae music. Track after track, Standing Firm delivers an all-star sound. It invites you into these conscious universal collaborations of reggae music and will not leave any taste of disappointment. Certainly, this compilation delivers a well-constructed project for the new and old Reggae fans alike."
Lady J host of  “Positive Heights” KCSB-FM Santa Barbara

 “Here is a new American production label "Sick Donkey Records" and found a "Lutan Fyah" in great form on the track "Watch Over Me" but also "Norris Man" duet with "Jah Sun" for the song "All For Myself. "It is always with great pleasure that we discover the benefits of" Prezident Brown "and it is again totally conquered by the great" Lion Heart " Chezidek "appears also to its advantage with entitled "Music Is Love" as "Ras Attitude" with the very good "Fret no Thyself"! ”
ReggaeUnite.Blogspot.com - ReggaeUnite.Blogspot.com (France)

 “The Standing Firm features a great one-drop roots riddim with some blazing horns and some excellent voicings….this is fine ‘one riddim’ selection from start to finish.” 
Teacher and Mr T - Reggae-Vibes.com

“Global guest artists like Lutan Fyah, Promoe and company set the pace for a contemporary roots groove that helps bring reggae into the 21st Century.”
Chuck Foster BEAT Magazine columnist / Host: KPFK-FM Los Angeles “ Reggae Central”



 
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