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Posted: August 26, 2011
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Jamaican-based recording/publishing giant Tad’s Record, known to music fans around the world as ‘the Ultimate Reggae Xperience’ is unveiling a monumental experience in Dancehall.

The Ultimate 2011 – Tad’s collection of twenty-five of the year’s foremost Dancehall bangers – will hit stores and digital outlets today. (Friday, August 26)

The Ultimate 2011 features Vybz Kartel’s monster anthem “Summertime,” Mavado’s “Star Bwoy,” “Things A Come Up” by Buju Banton, and “Miss A Loop” from I-Octane, as well as pounding singles from Dancehall icons Shabba Ranks, Shaggy, and Lady Saw among others.

Founder and CEO of Tad’s Record, Tad A. Dawkins, “Tad’s tells Music News that ‘The Ultimate 2011’ gives fans a rare collection of the absolute best that Dancehall has to offer this year.

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