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Vybz Kartel Special Delivery Now Available World-Wide @rvssianhcr @iamthekartel @Vybz_Kartel @Jwonder21

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Responsible for a slew of top charting hits such as his latest production “Special Delivery” performed by dancehall superstar Vybz Kartel, Rvssian for popular Head Concussion music has become a staple on worldwide dancehall and reggae charts. Blazing the airwaves, “Special Delivery” is out now on all major online stores such as iTunes distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital.

ZJ Chrome Says Let’s Rock This Riddim ft @Vybz_Kartel @Mavado_Gully @itsthetifa @therealkranium @ChiChingChingJA & More – @Jwonder21

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Popular ZJ Chrome’s Cr203 Records presents yet another blockbuster riddim with “Let’s Rock This Riddim“. The star studded riddim features international dancehall star Vybz Kartel with “Rock It” featuring Zagga, and “Stop Follow Me Up” featuring ZJ Chrome himself, Mavado with “Shadow”, Agent Sasco “Starlights”, Tifa “Ratings”, Kranium “What We Need”, Chilando “Another Man” and Nikomatic with “Dancing Vibes”. Distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital, “Let’s Rock This Riddim” is available on all major online stores

@RickyBlaze and Acclaimed @DJNorie Team Up with Wayne Wonder & Konshens on “Girl Like You” – @KonshensSojah @Waynewonder25

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Billboard charting producer Ricky Blaze known for his work with some of the biggest names in Dancehall, Reggae and Hip Hop such as Vybz Kartel, Gyptian, Jim Jones, Major Lazer, Nicki Minaj and many more notable acts, and acclaimed popular DJ Norie, producer in his own rights, and resident DJ at NY’s #1 station Power 105 have joined musical force with the production of “Girl Like You“.

Major forces in the music industry, the two have joined their keen talent for the hit bound single. A DJnMusicGroup/FME Recording project “Girl Like You” features the voices of two of dancehall and reggae biggest names, International reggae crooner Wayne Wonder and dancehall star Konshens. Both artists known for international strings of hits and major success on worldwide airwaves are the perfect combination with smooth soulful vocals and catchy prolific lyrics.

Wayne wonder and Konshens never worked together before and I wanted to bring something different to our culture .. And ricky blaze was the right producer to make me make this history !!! Look out for Wanye Wonder EP coming in 2016 !!” explained DJ Norie

Ricky Blaze chimed in by stating “Im excited and honored to be working with dance hall music legends who inspired me when i was growing up and giving them production that shows them we understand there era of dance hall. Dj Norie came up with the idea of giving the track to Wayne after hearing Mr. Easy’s “Bashment Gal”, Now its a new single for Wayne featuring the bro Konshens. Huge!

Alkaline Seh Fi Bend Yuh Back – Now Available On iTunes – @frassout_family @RealAlkaline @Jwonder21 @TheAlkaline

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Controversial dancehall artist Alkaline wants the ladies to “Mi gyal, bend yo back mi like how you a gwaan When you whine no clothe you nuh fi have on No gyal, nuh santa nuh in a fi yo class Bend yo back everybody fi look when you a pass“. The dancehall single“Bend Yuh Back” produced by Frassout Family and distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital is out now on iTunes and all major online stores.

Chimney Records 2015 After Party Riddim joins the list of Hot Summer Riddims for 2015 – @chimneyrecords @Jwonder21

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After the concert is done, the dance lock up, where do you go? Chimney Records invites you to the “After Party” Riddim to party with Grammy Award winners Sean Paul with “Ganja Mi Smoke” and Beenie Man “We Run Road”, Agent Sasco “Everybody Rock”, Demarco “Who The Hell Cares”, Popcaan “Inna Di Lobby”, Tarrus Riley “Good Family, Good Friends”, Aidonia IV “No Man To Mi Spilff”, I Octane “Get Gyal”, Alkaline “Living It Up”, Chi Ching Ching “Coob Dem Up” and Chilando “everything Check”. Distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital, “After Party Riddim” is available on iTunes.

Mad Cobra’s ‘Style It’ – Now Available On iTunes – @brixtonmg @Jwonder21

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With the accolades of the first reggae artist to top the Billboard rap singles chart, Mad Cobra name is forever embedded in dancehall history. His latest single “Style It” produced by Successful Brixton Music Group and distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital has taken social media by storm and quickly made it’s way onto various charts. “Style It” is now available on iTunes.

OMI’s Cheerleader is #2 on Billboard charts

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Jamaican singer OMI has reached the number two position on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart!

Within a week, OMI has moved up one place to the second position after 11 weeks on the chart. says the Jamaican reggae artist’s breakout hit Cherleader, remixed by Felix Jaehn, has found global success; the song also led the Official UK Singles chart for four weeks.

Other Jamaican acts who have been on the Billboard Hot 100 include Shaggy in with It Wasn’t Me and Angel both in 2001 as well as Sean Paul with Get Busy in 2003.

Pandora Riddim listed as one of the hot Summer riddims is now available WorldWide @StudioVybz @Jwonder21st

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Studio Vibes Entertainment presents “Pandora Riddim”. The star studded riddim features the musical selections of Grammy Award Beenie Man, Vybz Kartel, the Dancehall Duchess Tiana, Elephant Man, Konshens, Chan Dizzy & J Capri, I Octane, Sizzla & Ninja Kid, Delly Ranx, Munga, Delly Ranx, Rico Tayla, Shane Hoosong, G7, Currenci and Formila One. “Pandora Riddim” is out now on iTunesvia 21st Hapilos Digital.

Popular disc Jock Zj Dymond releases Straight & Narrow By Vybz Kartel – @zjdymondtfc @Iamthekartel @Vybz_Kartel @Jwonder21

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Yet another breakthrough single off the “Ghetto Bible Riddim” is dancehall superstar Vybz Kartel with “Straight and Narrow” produced by popular ZipFM’s disc jock ZJ Dymond (Full Charge Records) Distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital, the hit single is available in all major digital stores such as itunes. #iTunes

Dancehall/Reggae Superstar Shaggy Trills Crowd at iHeart Radio Pool Party & KTU Phoria – @DirealShaggy @DestineMedia

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What better way to kick off the summer than with Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, Kelly Clarkson, Pitbull, Jason Derulo and Shaggy? Yes that’s right the summer has begun and the concerts are popping up all over the United States with some of the ‘hottest’ artists for the summer and our dancehall/reggae icon Shaggy is on the line up with them all.

This past weekend Shaggy headlined two major concerts. On Saturday he was in Las Vegas, Nevada at the iHeart Radio Pool Party held at the Caesars Palace. Hosted by Nick Jonas, the concert, which was streamed live, featured some of music’s biggest stars including Chris Brown, Nicki Minaj, Kelly Clarkson, David Guetta and Shaggy. Shaggy served the crowd with hits after hits on the outdoor stage. Opening with one of his many classics “Boombastic” the crowd was thrilled.

“When Shaggy hit that stage the party got started, he has the perfect songs for any party especially a pool party” says Megan Wickerman of Detroit.

Shaggy served an electrifying performance and dug into his vast catalog with “It Wasn’t Me”, and “Angel”, which he performed with Rayvon, and his brand new hit sing ‘I Need Your Love’ which thrilled the bikini clad crowd.

It was now off to New York for the KTU Phoria concert held by KTU 103.5 FM at Nikon Jones Beach Theatre, Long Island New York. Filled with several thousand fans ready to see Shaggy, Pitbull, Kelly Clarkson and Jason Derulo just to name a few, rain was not going to stop this party. With the long cold winter that New York experienced, Shaggy was adamant that he was ready to bring the heat. Supported by his DJ Kue and Rayvon, Shaggy walked on stage to a warm warm welcome and ignited the crowd with his new single ‘I Need Your Love’. Drowned out by the audience singing the chorus it was evident that this billboard hit single is a staple for the summer clubs and concerts.

Shaggy who recently returned from his Austarlian tour, has a jam pact summer schedule. His next concert will be on June 6 at Xfinity Center, in Mansfield Massachusetts, where he headlines JAM’N 94.5 Summer Jam with Trey Songz, Natalie LaRose, Fetty Wap and Jordin Sparks just to name a few. Immediately following Summer Jam, Shaggy jets off to Colombia for another performance and continue the promotion for ‘I Need Your Love’, which is currently #73 on Billboard Top 100.

VP Records Announces Release of Annual Compilation Reggae Gold 2015 (out July 17) – @VpRecords

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The Genre’s Top Selling Annual Compilation Features Today’s Hits in Pop, Reggae, Dancehall, Roots and Lover’s Rock

Compilation Includes an Eclectic Mix of Artists Including
Magic, Eddie Murphy, Beres Hammond, Spice ft. Vybz Kartel, Busy Signal, Gyptian, Romain Virgo, Dexta Dups, Inner Circle ft. Chronixx & Jacob Miller, Etana, Queen Ifrica, Ikaya, Toian, Jah 9, Jah Cure & Gully Bop
Reggae_gold_vp_recordsFor over 20 years, the world’s #1 Caribbean music compilation Reggae Gold brings the genre’s top hits into one must-have collection for the masses. 2015’s installment, out July 17, 2015 on VP Records, is filled with the season’s freshest sounds in roots, dancehall, lover’s rock and pop-fused reggae from a diverse group of talent.
From the Canadian pop supergroup Magic’s #1 Billboard single “Rude” to comedian/actor/singer Eddie Murphy’s return to reggae on his latest single “Oh Jah Jah,” (following his 1993 Shabba Ranks collab “I Was A King”) – there is no shortage of crossover appeal on Reggae Gold 2015.
This year’s installation features a multitude female artists reigning in reggae today – from emerging stars like the Rastafarian singer Jah9 (“Avocado”), reggae pop princesses’ Toian (“Love It”) and Ikaya (“My Man”) to Jamaica’s leading ladies, like dancehall diva Spice (“Conjugal Visit” ft. Vybz Kartel), the soulful songstress Etana (“I Rise”) and roots reality lyricist Queen Ifrica (“I Can’t Breathe”). The latter song carries a strong message to stop police brutality and racial profiling worldwide.
The set also delves into exclusive new music from Jamaica’s top male
artists. Jah Cure reveals his latest single “Made In California” off his upcoming album The Cure and the legendary crooner Beres Hammond
delivers his stellar new anthem “Jamaican International Dance.” Singer-songwriter Christopher Martin turns heads with the island’s chart climber “I’m A Big Deal,” while overnight sensation Gully Bop proves ground with his popular tracks ” My God Dem Nuh Bad Like We” and “Body Specialist.” Dancehall star Busy Signal drops lyrical fire on the flirtatious fun track “Text Message,” and Gyptian unveils his latest steamy single “All On Me.” Every song counts on this collection.

Spice “Needle Eye” now available worldwide – @spiceofficial @JWONDER21 @BrixtonMG

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Charismatic, sensual and lyrically lethal best describe dancehall recording star Spice. Her latest single “Needle Eye” has the artist sing the sexy lyrics “Lady in a the street, but mi a bi**h inna the bed Wine up mi body dem a call mi sick head“. Produced by Brixton Music Group, “Needle Eye” is out now on itunes via 21st Hapilos Digital. #iTunes

Legendary International Reggae Crooner Sanchez Wants his Voice to be Heard “In The Ghetto” – @godmumma

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A staple for over the past two decades on the international music scene, Sanchez (Kevin Jackson) epitomizes the genre of Lover’s rock by having covered some of the most romantic songs of all time as well as his own classic lyrics, fusing reggae and R&B. For years Sanchez music as stood the test of time and music lovers were serenaded to an arsenal of hits after hits which led him to the billboard charts. Besides numerous awards and accolades, it was almost a year ago to the date that the city of Miramar in Florida took the time out to honor and recognize him for his contribution to reggae music and his career accomplishments, May 17th, 2014 was officially proclaimed as Sanchez Day in the City of Miramar.

For the past few years the international reggae crooner has been delivering music sporadically, as well as a critically acclaimed album, but on his latest single titled “In The Ghetto”, Sanchez wants his voice to be heard. The song is a departure from his usual romantic themes as Sanchez belts the familiar words “People, don’t you understand the child needs a helping hand or he’ll grow to be an angry young man some day Take a look at you and me, are we too blind to see, do we simply turn our heads and look the other way”. Speaking of this latest endeavor, Sanchez explained “Every day I hear the news from home to abroad, and it seems like another person died in vain, so many angry people. I am hurting for humanity and the best way for me as a singer to have my say, is with my voice, with lyrics.”, he further added “I grew up listening to this song, I even won an award and a standing ovation in school with my rendition. So when I received the riddim, the words came back to me, It made sense, a hurt child becomes an angry adult, and more often enough society turns a blind eye, especially IN THE GHETTO”.

The single produced by Triple T Production will be available on all major digital markets by the end of the month. Triple T Production is ​responsible for some of ​acclaimed music from Natural Black, Luciano, Turbulence, among others.

@QQworld Revamps His Image, Shows off New Style & Releases New Single

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After years of being labeled a “child star” in the dancehall industry, recording artiste, QQ has revamped his image and is showing off a sophisticated new look! His new promotional material sees the singer clad in an all-black ensemble, including a black leather jacket, designer shades, and sporting that perfect five o’clock shadow that women swoon over! –a look that definitely depicts his maturity.

“People grow. It’s ok to grow and although some find that difficult to grasp, I’m embracing this growth. I’m expanding and expressing myself and hoping the move will enhance my international profile and propel my career to the next level.” The singer says.

The new visual coincides with the release of his new single, Bad Gyal Wine, produced by Kirk ‘Kirkledove’ Bennett of Kirkledove Records.

QQ, whose given name is Kareem Dawkins, says he’s excited about all the opportunities 2015 has to offer and is looking forward to a great year . “I am excited about all my projects for 2015. I will be connecting solidly with my fans this year and Bad Gyal Wine is just one of the few songs I’m getting ready to promote on my North American tour next month. My team believes in me, and together, I believe we’ll create a great synergy that can push my music to crossover worldwide.”

Soulful Alexus Rose ft Dancehall Star @therealkranium with “Left Out” – @fmerecordings

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Billboard Producer Ricky Blaze the Soulful Alexus Rose & Dancehall Star Kranium with “Left Out” Remix
Making her name for herself since her arrival on the musical scene by working with billboard charting producer Ricky Blaze, soulful R&Bsongstress Alexus Rose vocal abilities rival some of today’s biggest stars. The young artist star power has been omnipresent in both her various singles and videos.

Receiving modest success by displaying her sultry voice on her hit single “Left Out”, an R&B influenced dancehall melody, producer Blaze decided to breathe new air in the sizzling single by featuring New York based reggae/dancehall star Kranium who recently signed a multiple album deal with Atlantic Records

With a knack for creating hits and bringing rising talents to the airwaves, producer Ricky Blaze has never shied away from taking musical risks. He was once quoted as saying “Nobody wants to take risks anymore. Everybody wants to run with the flavor or spirit of the moment.”

@21stHapilos Releases: On Fleek Riddim, @AidoniaJOP, Busy Signal, Gage, MGee & Dexta Daps

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Acclaimed producer Markus, of Markus Records latest riddim is best described as “On Fleek” pun intended! Used as a social media slang meaning “on point”, “On Fleek Riddim” features reggae star I Octane with “Don’t Stop Di Vibes” and Vanessa Bling “Future Guaranteed”. Distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital, “On Fleek Riddim” is now available on itunes. #iTunes @1realmarkus

Hit City Records present “Nuh Boring Gyal” (Buddy Bruka) by dancehall recording star Aidonia. The catchy hardcore dancehall track sees the prolific artist sing the raw lyrics “You si my gyal Shi can skin out Gyal you a buddy bruka”. “Nuh Boring Gyal” (Buddy Bruka) is out now on itunes distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital. #iTunes @aidoniajop @iamAjan

Following the success of their hit production “Tamara” performed by billboard artist Busy Signal, Equiknoxx Music is proving why they are considered an innovative Jamaican music powerhouse, by releasing Busy Signal “Tamara (Remixes)”. Distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital on itunes, “Tamara (Remixes)” features Tamara (Puppy Disco Remix), “Tamara” (Swing Ting Club Mix), “Tamara” (Swing Ting Smooth Mix) and “Tamara” (Ghetto Vanessa Remix”. #iTunes @busysignal_turf @equiknoxx_music

“A nuh every hail is a good hail Nuh gi mi nuh back pocket hail A nuh every smile is a good smile Careful bout the fake smile” sings rising artist M-Gee has he teamed up with dancehall star in the making Dexta Daps on “Back Pocket Hail,” produced by A Beatz Mania Production. “Back Pocket Hail,” is out now on itunes via 21st Hapilos Digital. #iTunes @mgeemusic

Creating havoc on the dancehall scene with his distinctive sound, recording artist Gage various singles have been blazing the dance floor and airwaves. Responsible for his hit single “Throat”, Picante music is releasing the EDM remix of the hot song. “Throat (EDM Remix)” is now available on itunes, distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital. #iTunes @istrongtemple

K-OSS – The Indian God Mixtape – Hosted By Moviestar Johnny

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2015 Reggae/Dancehall artiste to watch K-OSS drops brand new mixtape hosted by Moviestar Johnny, popular London Selector and radio personality. The mixtape, ‘Indian God’ a high energy dancehall mix is a hot-pot of dancehall culture, with various releases by NW2 Music with a number of pre-released tracks by K-OSS that are scheduled for release this year. This collection of dancehall songs is a great insight into the young and fresh artiste, which reflects Jamaican youth culture at core, in a very British yet eccentric fashion. Dancehall culture has a vibrancy that this little Indian kid boasts with some swag –  though this a dancehall collection, K-OSS’s music has incorporated a far more cultural journey, especially works such as ‘A World Of K-OSS’, a host of vintage reggae classics, with many tracks recorded in the top Jamaican reggae houses in the 60’s and 70’s, in Reggae’s golden era. The works, an exceptional insight into this multifaceted reggae act – the reggae LP platformed with reggae legends Uroy and Dennis Alcapone, only adds to the interest and calibre of this new London artist.

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In these times, the focus for developing artists is the live industry, and this little Indian kid from London is teamed with top musicians and producers from around the world with an exciting catalogue of fresh and high quality songs. This kid is one to watch for at festivals around the world.

The ‘Indian god’ Mixtape can be downloaded free from the following link

Look out for the soon to be released title track feat. The Richie Feelings Remix

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Wally British x K-oss – Oi Wally

K-oss – Oh Gyal (Bollywood Remix)

K-oss – Indian Smoke

Bad Stench Powermix Feat Busy Signal, Chino, Laden, QQ & K-OSS – Kalibandulu Sound Powermix

Dotta Coppa – Coppa Mi Name

Jtown Kids – Everybody Dead/ So Sick




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Dancehall Artist Future Fambo Signs Deal With US Based Label

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he key to success for any entertainer is reinvention and quality music. Although music taste is subjective, the common thread of quality will always succeed albeit be a commercial hit or not. That train of thoughts is what Future Fambo claims for the new year. Evolve and Rebirth!

Since his entry in the musical scene, Future Fambo scored various hits such as the chart-topper Kung Fu and remained constant through the years while connecting with newer generations through positive songs and party anthems Drunken Dance, Rum and Red Bull featuring Grammy award winner Beenie Man and This Life among many others. But to fans of the artist and music lovers it seemed as if Fambo took a musical hiatus.

“Well I have been touring extensively in the states and other countries around the world both independently and also with the King Beenie Man. I may have been out of sight in Jamaica but I have been working on my craft and image while out of the Jamaican Diaspora. This is a new me physically, mentally and creatively, I have been recording for top local producers such as Seanizzle, UIM, Richieloops and also a few upcoming overseas producers. The foundations has been set so now its time to step out and make the moves and get the movement up and running. I am also happy to tell my fans that I have also recently signed a 1 album deal with american based indie label “Blaze Entertainment Records Inc” which is a big deal for me because this is my first ever album, so you will definitely be seeing more of #BrandFambo in the mix.” stated the reggae/dancehall star.

Signing an album deal is a great feat for any artist, but for Future Fambo a veteran of music, this concurrence will be his first studio length album. In a statement to the media, Blaze Entertainment CEO explained the decision to work with Fambo “In this day and age of music its all about the unexpected to be the expected. Fambo voice is like non other and for years it has been one of the best kept secret on a global scale not just dancehall. Yes he has hits under his belt but with such a voice and likable spirit and energetic stage presence, all he need is that guidance to turn him into a legitimate global star/icon/legend. I said to myself, Fambo has so many songs out and has had so many hits and has never produced a EP, mixtape or a album so I decided to approach him with the idea of a joint venture. It took us 3 years to actually get to really sit and have a man to man convo about business and just lifestyles and struggles and it was basically a wrap after that. As for the album this its a new Fambo, no more drunkingmaster image, no more playing around this is a more mature, grown and sexy type image for ladies want him and fellas want to be him. Swag and everything way up. His sound is revamped, his entire style is revamped I guess we can officially say a full fledged make over. The album features Jamaican producer, richie loops, american producer Magnedo7- produced for Eminem, Jay Z, 50cent and many more, also american producer Blahzae and many more. It is slated to be release sometime in April we are still figuring out dates. But the singles are def about to start picking up steam. “Bloodclaute Song & One more Time”

2 lead tracks were recently released in anticipation of the album, “Bloodclaute Song” for the streets, and “One More Time” a friendly radio hit. The feedback has been very positive both locally and internationally and will garner a video to be shot on location in New York while Fambo is there headlining the “Be True, Be You” benefit concert.

“It is one of my greatest inspirations to know that I am from the same parish as greats like Marcus Garvey, Bob Marley, Burning Spear and Shabba Ranks. I aspire to leave a legacy as they

While the musical fans recognize Future Fambo as Mr. Rum & Redbull, the man born as Warren Gladstone Williams, is extremely proud of the fact that he hails from the “Garden Parish” of St. Ann, along with some of the most iconic legends of Jamaican culture. Growing up his talent shined immediately, by the age of eight a young Future Troubles (as his was known) began performing for local meetings. By his teen years vocal talent gave way to physical and saw him as a member of the dance group “Crazy Boys”. As childhood passion gave way to a viable livelihood, Future Troubles evolved into Future Fambo turning his hobby into a career.

From his first hit “Iya Iya Hoo” (fashioned after a Jackie Chan movie), Future Fambo realized his knack for creating that perfect high energy song that’s easy to grasp yet exciting enough to incorporate dancing. This combination has made Future Fambo one of the few sustainable Dancehall acts over the last few decades. 2010 saw a groundbreaking revitalization within the grasp of Dancehall, one particular riddim and song tapped into that energy. Fambo’s mega crossover hit “Rum and Redbull” featuring Beenie Man, produced by Seanizzle. Future Fambo was able to keep the party flowing with follow up singles like “Wedding Crasher” (w/ Sean Paul), “Faded”, “Drunken Dance” and “Swaggin” (featuring Wayne Marshall & Tifa). While Fambo has worked or collaborated with just about everyone in the Dancehall genre from producers to artist, his creativity and seasoned artistry affords him many opportunities to create with a variety of production houses to date. Recent releases include singles from Seanizzle, Kapa Shanti and UIM Records.

In August 2014, Fambo inked a deal with US based label, “Blaze Entertainment Records”, which has set out to produce and release Future Fambo’s debut album “Evolve – The Uprise”. Through Blaze Ent, Fambo’s album will see production from Grammy winning producer Magnedo 7, Richie Loops, Blahzae, Stylez and Sisco Kennedy. While the album awaits an official 2015 release date, it’s receiving rave reviews from industry tastemakers such as Atlantic Records own Mike Keran and Dancehall gatekeepers. Premiere singles “Bloodclaute Song” and “One More Time” will mark the promotional launch for “Evolve – The Uprise”. So if “Rum and Redbull” is Future Fambo’s current legacy, just sit back and have one more as he journeys to legendary.


Wally British X K-oss – Oi Wally – Produced By Jazzwad

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Wally British makes a sting

Wally British, Jamaican comedian who rise to fame came through social media platforms is reaching unprecedented popularity with her brand new single ‘Oi Wally’ after a smash-hit debut tour in the uk. The track entitled ‘Oi Wally’ is well-lined reflecting her humorous and comedic personality. Wally British is the hot topic right now, and this her debut single track produced by Grammy-award winning producer Jazzwad & K-oss, whom also sets the tone of the track as feature artist, is typical of a fantasised dancehall love affair. ‘Oi Wally’, released by NW2 Music is sure to create a massive buzz with dancehall fans worldwide.

Jamaicans love a laugh, evidently, this is sure to strike up big social media hits!!

One could say, ironically, dont miss the boat.
Jamaica get ready Wally British is coming for the sting.


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Top Riddims of 2014

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COMPARED to recent years, there was no flood of hit ‘riddims’ in 2014.

There were some standouts though. The top five beats were Wul Dem, Happy Hour, Rising Sun, Good Book and Igloo. Produced by disc jockey Katrina ‘DJ Sunshine’ Irons, the Wul Dem was so huge, it spawned a follow-up called Wul Dem Again.

Featured on the Wul Dem are What a Way We Shatting by IOctane, Wul De Claffy Dem by Alkaline and Duh Weh Yuh Waan by Mavado. Wul Dem Again is driven by the popular Box Lunch by Vybz Kartel, Fool Fool Gangsta (Demarco) and Violate (Bryka).

It was a good year for Jordan McClure and David Hale, the team behind Chimney Records. They enjoyed radio and chart action with two projects: Rising Sun and Happy Hour.

Rising Sun was released in late 2013, but did not take off until this year with hits including My Day by Tarrus Riley, Anything’s Possible (Tessanne Chin), Mi Alright (Kabaka Pyramid and Chronixx), My Destination (Zagga) and Better Way (Jah Cure).

Happy Hour featured Kartel’s Mi Nuh Trust People, Free Up (Tarrus Riley and Zagga), Bagga Tings (Alkaline); and Bad Mind People (Beenie Man). Michael ‘ZJ Liquid’ Brissett rode high with Good Book, his most successful production since 2004’s French Vanilla.

Demarco’s chart-topper of the same name was the Good Book’s biggest hit. Delly Ranx (Silly Billy) and Aidonia’s Wuk Off Yuh Gal also did well for the Liquid beat.

Producer Elvis Redwood’s So Unique Records got a lift thanks to the Igloo which enjoyed strong rotation with Vybz Kartel’s You Want Me, Money (Konshens), Family First (I-Octane) and I See the Light by Kip Rich.

The reggae.Zone News Update 9-11-14 Hosted By K-oss

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The Reggae.Zone News Update is a weekly news programme with Reggae & Dancehall News from around the World. On this week, Shaggy, Bounty Killer & Beenie Man, Spice & Kartel, new diss release from Ishawna Randy Valentine, Kabaka Pyramid, UK’s Reggae Star Factor + more


Lady Saw reveals ‘Alter Ego’ @ladysawofficial

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VPAL, VP Records’ subsidiary label  teams up with Lady Saw’s label Diva Records to release her new album Alter Ego, available  from November 18, 2014. The Queen of Dancehall is celebrating 25 years in the business with Alter Ego.

The album puts her creativity on full display and showcases both the racy side of “Lady Saw” and the more subdued side of “Marion Hall.” The album features collaborations with Beres Hammond, Estelle, Ali Campbell ofUB40 and Flo-Rida. Judging by her latest singles, “Hoping” and “Me & Mi X”, Lady Saw is adding some extra sizzle to the holiday season and posed to ignite the charts. The Queen is back and she means business.

Lady Saw is a musical pioneer. She is the first female Jamaican artist to win a Grammy, certify as a triple-platinum artist and headline dancehall shows outside her native country. Born Marion Hall in Galina (parish ofSaint Mary), she started her career on local sound systems like many artists on the island. As a female artist in a male-dominated world ofJamaican dancehall reggae, Lady Saw defeated all odds when she went on to top the Jamaican charts with “Find a Good Man.” In 1999, she had a major hit in the United States with “Smile,” recorded with Vitamin C, which peaked at number 18 on the Billboard Hot 100.

The song was also a major hit in New Zealand and Canada and made certified gold with over 500,000 sales. In 2002, her collaboration with No Doubt, “Underneath It All” reached number three in the U.S. and sold more than three million copies, reaching triple platinum certification. The track also won a Grammy Award for ‘Best Performance by a Duo or Group.’ Lady Saw released a total of 6 albums on VP Records and then formed her own label called Divas Records.


@YoungLion21 presents EPISODE 118 of the “Dancehall Reggae Bashment Show

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Young Lion presents EPISODE 118 of the weekly #DRB aka “Dancehall Reggae Bashment Show” Brand new Spice, Vybz Kartel, Deep Jahi, + more!
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It’s not all MAGIC! on Canadian reggae scene

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If MAGIC! wins Single of the Year at the American Music Awards this month for its hit “Rude,” Toronto’s reggae culture will have played a part.

“Growing up in Toronto, there’s a pretty heavy Caribbean descent (and) community there,” the band’s frontman, Nasri Atweh, told Spin magazine in a summer interview. “So you grow up going to different college parties and everyone’s always playing reggae in the clubs . . . for whatever reason ever since I was a kid, whenever I heard reggae or reggae groove or whatever it was, I just understood the fun but serious part of it. I kind of got it.”

But the success that made “Rude” a No. 1 hit in the U.S. has eluded other reggae acts in the Greater Toronto Area.

Take Brampton’s Tasha T. She has had top 10 songs in Canada, Ghana, Italy and the U.S., earned a Juno nomination and toured worldwide, but she has to work regular jobs to help sustain her 25-year music career.

Her most recent album, Real Talk, was released in May via her own label, RasVibe Records.

“A lot of times what I find with a lot of us here is that we have to have a 9-to-5 to really balance everything,” she said. “I do all types of different jobs. Administrative jobs, customer service, sometimes I work in the factory.

“Even with grants, there’s so many independent artists that try to apply for these grants and they’re not able to get it unless there’s a close link that you know inside that can help,” she added. “It’s like an up and down situation.”

Cultural critic Klive Walker has written about the history of Canadian reggae, including his 2005 book Dubwise. He says a big gap has existed since the 1970s, when artists such as Leroy Sibbles, Jackie Mittoo and Carlene Davis migrated here, and local acts such as Truths and Rights, Mojah, the Sattalites and Lillian Allen emerged.

The music industry never truly backed the reggae movement, he argues, lacking the financial backing of a visionary such as Island Records founder Chris Blackwell, who successfully marketed Bob Marley to an international fan base.

“The thing was kind of diseased from morning,” Walker said. “Lillian, Mojah and Truth and Rights had to do a lot of work on their own. It’s a tribute to them that they were able to chip off a piece of mainstream notoriety out of it, but at the same time they didn’t have a consistent and substantial mainstream presence because the industry around them didn’t understand what they were dealing with.”

He also says a lot of Jamaican-born artists who grew up here during the emergence of hip hop in the 1980s and ’90s chose hip hop instead of reggae given there were more opportunities to make money.

Perhaps the most successful mainstream Canadian reggae act was Messenjah, who originated in Kitchener in 1980. They were the first Canadian reggae band in 1985 to be signed by a major label, Warner Music Canada, and appeared in the Tom Cruise movieCocktail in 1988.

The group has been reconstituted and will appear at the Tattoo Rock Parlour on Nov. 14, releasing a new single and performing other songs from their upcoming album We Return.

Charles “Tower” Sinclair, the band’s bassist, argues that a lack of business sense has hindered progress within the Canadian reggae scene and thinks artists should hold themselves more accountable.

“What (labels) look for is a business,” he said. “You need a business head to talk to a business head. We cannot just blame other people, we have to blame ourselves too.”

Sinclair said reggae acts here should bear no grudge against MAGIC!, which mixes reggae with other styles, including R&B and jazz, in its music.

“We have a little jazz influence in reggae, a little country influence. So why can’t they have reggae in their funk or reggae in their calypso?” he said. “Why must we think reggae must belong to us. . . . We got it from somewhere too. We got it from ska, we got it from jazz. That’s how reggae came down to what we made it today.”

JuLion King, a Toronto reggae promoter and founder of Canadian Reggae World, notes that European and Asian countries, as well as the U.S., have become big markets for reggae over the years and questions why mainstream Canada has not adopted the music.

“I’ve done reggae jams in this country for the past 15 years,” he said. “We used to play at the Opera House, BamBoo and other places. There are people who do love the music here.

“Reggae is the only music that doesn’t get mainstream airplay, yet why is it in Poland? Why is it in Japan? It’s not a fluke that reggae can penetrate every country; how come we can’t sell it here in Toronto? We’re a nonentity.”

There is some hope for the future in the form of Manchester-born Toronto singer Exco Levi, who has won the last three Reggae Recording of the Year Junos.

He admits there could be more mainstream promotion of reggae in Canada but says the music has evolved in terms of production and public interest since he immigrated here in 2005.

“I remember the first time performing in Montreal, there were 15 people,” he said. “But at the beginning of this year, I performed in Montreal and it was a sold-out crowd; me alone and my band. When I looked around the crowd, it was mostly white people. The promoters said to me they’ve never seen a reggae artist from Toronto draw those crowds in Montreal before.”

With a new album set for release next March, Exco believes he can carry the banner for Canadian reggae music but says the industry here must do a better job of unearthing and developing reggae talents.

Things won’t change “until Canada and the reggae community here realize what they have and realize that they have to support their artists and play them on the mainstream (airwaves),” he said. “We need booking agents, we need an industry.”


Gibbo Presents – Bounty Killer and Beenie Man -Legendary – Producer Esco Explains How It Happened

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Bounty Killer & Beenie Man recently recorded ‘Legendary’ their first single together. The man behind the release Esco chats to Gibbo to explain how he managed to create dancehall history.

Ishawna Disses Skatta’s Girl Satara ‘ Mi and Yuh Man Cyah Stop F**k’

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According to the Yardflex snitch, Ishawna and Satara Elliot were close friends until the sinjay decided to have sexual intercourse with her boyfriend Skatta Burrell.
After Satara found out about the Affair, an anonymous Instagram page was created and began to attack Ishawna accusing her of backstabbing Satara. We are not sure if the page was being operated by Satara or not. However Ishawna has since released a song sending subliminal disses at Satara.
“me and yu man cyah stop f@#k…of course am a side bitch cuz a pon the side him kotch it mek mi ride it,” she sings. See song below as well as a pic of Satara.


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Mighty Crown and Fire Links to Settle ‘Unfinished Business’ on ‘Money Pull Up’ Tour – @IrishAndChin

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It is a known fact that Fire Links and Mighty Crownare far from friends. In fact, these sounds move more like rivals than anything else. But in the rare instances when Mighty Crown and Fire Linksmeet up, an explosive, intense hardcore juggling experience is guaranteed! Last year, Irish and Chinstaged “Money Pull Up” inHartford, CT, featuring the rivaling sounds and Dancehall fans went crazy. Now, a year after the historical night, due to the demand of the masses, The Far East Rulers and the feisty Fire Links are taking their high level sound system entertainment on the road to settle ‘Unfinished Business’ on their “Money Pull Up” Tour, November 26 -29, 2014.

Staged by Caribbean entertainment gurus Irish and Chin, the “Money Pull Up” Tour will offer sound system aficionados 4 nights of unforgettable action packed performances in East Coast cities, including Boston, Rochester, Bronx and Hartford. This is definitely a special treat for fans and the industry alike. Prior to the landmark “Money Pull Up” in Hartford last year, Mighty Crown had not shared a bill with Fire Links in over a decade. The event was significant, as it showed that even warring sounds with public differences could entertain in a professional, fun manner.

“I think that it’s so important to keep the sound system industry buzzin’ with fresh and exciting concepts,” says Garfield “Chin” Bourne of Irish and Chin“Bringing sounds together such as Mighty Crown and Fire Links supports a major goal of our R.E.S.E.T. (Restoring Exciting Sound System Entertainment Together) campaign.