DJ Slow Motion

New York based Music Label Motion Vybz Sounds has their sights set on success in the music industry for 2020.

The production house, controlled by Andrew ‘Slow Motion’ Dixon has kick started their 2020 musical campaign on a ‘high’ note with his latest album entitled ‘High Riddim’

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Dixon joined forces with Jamaican engineer Beppo to create the heavy-hitting instrumental accompanied by vocals from artistes Sulfa, G Starrr & CV Zing Flash.
The ‘High’ Riddim is immediately available for streaming on all major outlets and have been receiving significant amount of support since the February release.


Sulfa sings about the extremities of living a ‘gangster’ life; from the stylish clothing, gritty associates, weapons and not the mention the abundance of women. While, G Starr & CV sing about the various perks of using marijuana and the notorious ‘intoxicated’ feeling.

“This is just the beginning, my team and i have a lot of ground to cover and goals to achieve. It’s only up from this point.” DJ Slow Motion told BLZ

Stream The High Riddim Below.



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