We looked it up for you and it's been since 1999 that we heard something from Daddy Rings. Not completely true of course, because in recent years he kept himself in the spotlight as Gentleman's favorite sidekick. Good things come to those who wait and now he's finally able to present us with 'The Most High'. And it has to be said, this album was worth the wait. Compared to his debut album 'Stand Out', Rings seems to have completely reinvented himself. The sixteen tracks on 'The Most High' don't bore the listener for a second and some are even true dance floor killers (opener 'Dispensation', on the Gloria riddim, a riddim we already knew from Elijah Prophet's 'Children Of The World', 'Anything For Mama' on Gentleman's Superior riddim and our personal favorite 'Sunshine', a rootsy tune reminiscent of Aswad). Someone please bring this man to Belgium!