It is looking like a major disruption is about to hit the music scene with the upcoming release of the highly anticipated Ultimate 2021 Album from Tad’s Record. The entertainment outfit, in their tradition, has partnered with various talented artists and legends to bless the ears of millions of music lovers with good content. 


Since 2007 we have released one album in this series per annum and the response has been remarkable. To date this series has been a success. Most of the top Reggae / Dancehall artistes look forward to having a track featured on this series. Usually we go with the top Reggae / Dancehall songs that have made an impact throughout the year. Especially those with a positive message are at the top of our selection list,” said Tad’s Record.


The Ultimate 2021 offers a nostalgic feeling while helping music lovers continue the year in the best possible mood, especially after a rather tumultuous 2020. The album delivers an unprecedented music relief that will have music lovers putting it on repeat for a very long time.


The Ultimate 2021 has something for everyone, offering an amazing compilation of some of the biggest Reggae and Dancehall hits over the past few years. The album, which is currently available for pre-order, has 21 fantastic tracks, leading with Nadine Sutherland’s hit “Chatty Chatty,” a song that has continued to enjoy massive airplay. Reggae artistes on the album include Richie Spice, Busy Signal, Maxi Priest, Sanchez and an extended track of the iconic single “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner’ by Black Uhuru and Michael Rose. Lovers of Dancehall are also treated to some popular tracks from the likes of Konshens, Popcaan, Mr Vegas, Kemar Highcon, and a host of others.


Tad A. Dawkins, Tad A. Dawkins Jnr, and Tadiem A. Dawkins are the Executive Producers of the album. The Ultimate 2021 is set to release on Friday February 26, and will be available on all major digital platforms, including Apple Music and Spotify for listeners across the globe. Tad’s Record can also be found across social media, including Facebook

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