“We are really confident that this single will do well, our collaborations have created a unique space in the marketplace and based on the early feedback, we may have to shoot a video to boost this one in the international markets,” Sugar Bear said.
“I just dropped both the visuals for these songs and they’re doing great. I also have some features with Fantan Mojah and many more songs. I also dropped a video for my song, Prolific off the Creation rhythm with Brilli Production and Gold and Goals Production out of New York,” he said.
Jamaican-born dancehall-reggae singjay Shalkal believes that ingratitude is a catalyst for domestic violence and inter-personal conflicts in the Jamaican society. “The single, ‘Ungrateful Maga Dog’ is centred around the scenario where people are helping people in need only for them to become ungrateful. That is a source of constant violence in […]
Dancehall artiste Akino Dirtfree is generating a huge buzz with his latest single, ‘Feel Good’, a clever song with racy metaphors that has gained a listening ear with the teenage audience in Jamaica. Released on the Program Ova Everything Music (P.O.E.M), the song has already racked up thousands of spins […]
One million views on your debut single is nothing to sneeze at! Just ask dancehall female singjay duo QueenStun whose breakout single , ‘Convo Remix’, inspired by Govana’s ‘H.A.M.A.N.T.S Remix’, has racked up 1.03 million views online since its release four months ago on Lee Milla Production “When we released […]
Reggae artiste Dillgin is overjoyed at the response in the streets with his grimy soulful dancehall single, ‘My Life’, which was released on the Chase Mills Records/Wall Streets Records label last year. “The momentum ah build cause the song ah show up on the playlists of IRIE, ZIP, Suncity Radio. […]
The project is a rallying cry directed at an upwardly mobile, independent predominantly female audience.
“Each track has its own groove and twist which gives the entire EP a mood swing type of vibe, it is journey towards true self-dicovery and enlightenment,” she said.
Tuff Like Iron is banking on the success of the album, a sweet fusion of reggae, roots, hip hop, R&B and Afrobeats inspired sounds, all infused with the artiste’s upbeat trademark personality.
Chelsea Stewart thanked Live Nation Canada for the opportunity to showcase her sun-dappled, groovy reggae vocals on a national stage.
St. Croix-based reggae artiste Da Genaral is a big believer in using music as revolutionary expression to be a vehicle of change for the plight of the disenfranchised, the poor and the voiceless. “I am a man who loves to speak for others who can’t speak their mind, they show […]