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RootiKaL RiDDiM / Press

“'Inna Sufferahs Style' Rootikal Riddim (Rootikal Riddim) Jamaican music has inspired several styles of local music in the last two or three decades. The most authentic is the "roots" reggae music of expatriate Afro-Caribbean artists like Maacho and devout Rastafarians such as The Heartical Crew. That's where Rootikal Riddim is coming from, and in view of the fact that Rastafari is a religion, this album would fit nicely in the Religious Album category at the 2010 Hoku Awards. ”

“These guys out of Hawaii are dusting out the ja'wiian thing- Big channel one influence, some touches of 70s UK roots and lovers (think early Aswad)”

"Dis Album Is Sick"

Tonyb_808 - Itunes Reveiw

“Big up Rootikal Riddim straight up roots from Hawaii home grown feed your ears good mon!”

Hawaiian Mon - Itunes Reveiw

“Hawaii is producing fruit! Big Up Rootikal Riddim, Much Love From 619 San Diego.”

Answer619 - Itunes Reveiw

“Their music is one the most requested on The Reggae Cafe Radio show! ”

Live @ the Reggae Cafe

“Island 98.5 - This Band is Sick!!!”