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How Mavado so hype man?? The man de pon ER ah talk say him no know who Joe is, and ah diss up Joe over $500,000,and look, one week later, him inna one big bangarang. Him muss know Joe because Joe did book him fi Millennium Countdown three years ago, and fly him go Bahamas and now him a diss the programme.  It show say yu caan diss the link, just mek yu money ah go through. HYPE kill nuff artiste round ya.


Billboard-charting producer Rohan ‘Jah Snowcone’ Fuller is preparing to make a full frontal assault on the music scene this Easter with a pair of new projects. He has a new one-drop called ‘Nuff Love’, and a dancehall project dubbed ‘Energy Rush’ which he will be unleashing over the next two months.


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Recording artist Charly B has a pedigree in music that is as comprehensive as it is accomplished. Borrowing from classical music, iconic Reggae and the ‘big tune’ culture of Dancehall, his roots are global while his sound is authentically sure fire. The Frenchman’s patois chat is incomparably addictive, while his beats and rhythms form a backdrop of the inspired and unexpected. Now, more than ever, Charly B is a necessary addition to the international radar. His forthcoming debut albums are the essence and induction of a new brand of Franco-Jamaican cool.


His hit single, Forever, has been nominated in the 'Revelation of the Year' category. Vote for him by sending an email to victoiresdureggae2013@reggae.fr stating "1 Vote for Charly B "Revelation of the Year" - FOREVER"

DEADLINE: Feburary 12, 2013.

There is a new reggae sound igniting the music scene in Germany. This new sound is led by Keith ‘Rough House’ Powell Jr, a bass guitarist and solo singer who has penned a reggae song called Nice Up Di Dance’, that has rocked packed venues all across Germany, Austria and Switzerland.


The single is the lead track from the artiste’s debut solo album, ‘Love Divine’.
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Jamaica deejay-turned-actor Hemsley ‘Benzly Hype’ Morris Jr.  is fast becoming the next step on the evolutionary ladder for Jamaican entertainers, He has arguably made one of the most successful crossovers from music into acting ever seen in the history of Jamaican entertainment landscape.


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Beenie Man has apologised to his legion of Caribbean fans who are disappointed that he will not be making an appearance at the Power Soca and Groovy Soca Monarch competitions this year. He had planned to enter this contest for the first time this year.


 "The problem is that we have been touring hard overseas and I tried to get both songs done in time for the Power Soca and Groovy Soca contests but I just couldn't make it in time. I sincerely apologise to all the Beenie Man fans in the Caribbean who expected me to enter the contests...I was just unable to get it done, the circumstances were beyond my control, but definitely next year, I will be there because ah my show that," he said. 

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