Archive | August, 2010

Video: Gyptian – Nah Let Go

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Mp3: Seanizzle Feat Eminem and Rihanna-Love The Way You Lie : D&H Remix

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Mp3: Busy Signal – Yes Dawg : Produced by Anju Blax and T-Jean Bennett

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Mp3: BLACK RYNO – REAL BADMAN

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My Life Riddim Medley Video

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Video: BLACK RYNO Di STINGER – Come A Mi Yard

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Mp3: Busy Signal – Nuh Fraid – Produced by Anju Blax and T-Jean Bennett

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Mp3: Kano ft Vybz Kartel – Lenga

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Mp3:Beenie Man – Come Touch Me Nuh-Fren Gully Riddim

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Mp3: Gyptian-High Grade

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Video: SPRAGGA BENZ “THIS IS THE WAY”

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Video: TREVER OFF KEY AND CHEDDA – FAKE JEAN ADMIT IT

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Mp3: Ricky Blaze-Just You and I Remix ft Maino

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Mp3: Konshens – Out the Ghetto

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Mp3: Vybz Kartel – A like That (Minor Riddim)

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Usain Bolt Unfazed By Gatlin Return

Usain Bolt says he is happy to compete against Justin Gatlin, who has just returned from a four-year doping ban.

United States sprinter Gatlin was banned in 2006 after a positive test for testosterone.

Jamaican Bolt, the Olympic and world champion, told BBC Sport: “If he is there, I will run against him.”

Gatlin, a 100m gold medallist in Athens in 2004, has always insisted that he has never knowingly taken a performance-enhancing substance.

He regained his eligibility to compete in July and has won both of his comeback races.

Gatlin won the 100m and 200m sprint double at the 2005 World Championships to add to his 2004 Olympic 100m title but has been out of action since June 2006, although he still hopes to race at the 2012 Olympics in London against Bolt.

“This is my job and if anyone tries to dethrone me or tries to beat me then I’m definitely going to be stepping up to the plate and competing against them no matter who they are and what they’ve done,” continued Bolt.

Bolt has ruled out competing for the rest of 2010 after suffering a back injury. It has been an injury-plagued season for the Jamaican.

The 23-year-old suffered his first 100m final defeat in two years when he was easily beaten by Tyson Gay on 6 August at Stockholm’s Diamond League meeting.

Bolt is the current world record holder, running 9.58 seconds at the 2009 World Championships in Berlin, and believes he can go even faster.

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Mp3: AIDONIA-WANT INNA DEM

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Mp3: Mr Lexx – Tek Di Night

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Mp3: BUJU BANTON – PERFECT LADY

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Mp3: Lady Saw feat Roach – Hide And Clap

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Mp3: Beenie Man – Wine and Guh Down

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Video: Iyara ft Marlon Binns – Sell Out

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Mp3: Ding Dong – Cheaters

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Video: VYBZ KARTEL – Sweet Victory

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THE UK SENSATION GAPPY RANKS RELEASES HIS NEW ALBUM PUT THE STEREO ON AUGUST 24

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Having started a buzz on the UK music scene as part of the dancehall collective Suncycle and working with the likes of Twista and Lethal B, Greensleeves Recording artist, Gappy Ranks, is set to release his debut solo album, PUT THE STEREO ON,  August 24.  The album contains 12 original tracks with production provided by the renowned Peckings Crew.

For PUT THE STERO ON Gappy Ranks set out to pay homage to the foundation that Reggae music built while bringing to the genre a direction he sees as the future of reggae music. The album opens with “Mountain Top,” Gappy’s first track to rise on the UK Reggae charts, followed by “Heaven In Her Eyes,” which remained #1 for 13 weeks on the UK Reggae Charts and introduced him to an international audience.

On the title track and first single, Put The Stereo On,” Gappy paints a vivid picture of his childhood and the music that influenced him to enter the Reggae scene. He brings the generations together with his rendition of the classic Tenor Saw tune “Pumpkin Belly.”

When recording PUT THE STEREO ON Gappy Ranks was granted access to classic reggae rhythms like the Treasure Isle rhythm featured on “Happiest Day Of My Life.” “Thy Shall Love” delivers a powerful sound and uplifting message of loving yourself and others. For the closing track, “Soul Rebel,” Gappy Ranks is accompanied by legendary UK Reggae artist Nereus Joseph.

Born and raised in the inner-city town Harlesden NW10 which is unofficially known as London’s Reggae capital, Gappy Ranks discovered his passion for music at a young age. While attending school, he strengthened his musical skills devoting most of his time to writing. He made his studio debut with the Ruff Cutt band at aged 11 and later joined Stonebridge stars Suncycle Crew. This experience helped him develop his understanding of the music business and the building of his musical repertoire. He has released numerous mix tapes and collaborated with fellow UK artists Kray Twinz, MC Lethal B and US rapper Twista.

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Video: Wine Bounce – Dominant ft. Nicky B

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Reggae/dancehall dying in the US?

It would seem that the Reggae/Dancehall music fraternity is being hit by one blow after another. Top deejays have lost their US visas and work permits, and Buju Banton, Ninjaman and Flippa Mafia are off the scene — all facing criminal charges.

The big question now is, how will this impact the dancehall community at large. Already, the top annual reggae show in the United States — Irie Jamboree — has cancelled this year’s staging.

It would seem that the Reggae/Dancehall music fraternity is being hit by one blow after another. Top deejays have lost their US visas and work permits, and Buju Banton, Ninjaman and Flippa Mafia are off the scene — all facing criminal charges.

The big question now is, how will this impact the dancehall community at large. Already, the top annual reggae show in the United States — Irie Jamboree — has cancelled this year’s staging.

Irie-Jamboree vice-president Louis Grant told the Sunday Observer that visa cancellations, primarily regarding Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Busy Signal, Mavado, Vybz Kartel, Jah Cure and Sizzla, as well as a few other notables, coupled with the incarceration of top tier acts Buju Banton and Ninjaman, were the primary reasons the decision was taken not to host the show, one of North America’s premier reggae festivals.

“Not having access to this cluster of acts to factor into our line-up has adversely impacted us this year. At the very least, this situation is progressively becoming dire and needs to be strategically and properly addressed, via fair and prompt intervention, so that fair and prompt resolution can be achieved post haste,” Grant said.

For G City Entertainment promoter Casey Rankine, although many of the major acts are out of commission in the United States market, it is “business as usual”.

“It has not greatly affected my plans. The major challenge is the economy — weak audience turnout and poor ticket sales,” Rankine said.

In fact, according to him, the situation has now created an opportunity for other good artistes.

“There are other artistes who have done work for years, or upcoming talents, and this gives them the opportunity to be highlighted, so we are looking forward to working with them,” he said.

New York-based publicist Anthony Turner says the unavailability of the aforementioned artistes is not the greatest challenge for promoters in the US right now.

“Even if those artistes were available, it would not be a given that they could have brought in a full house or that the event would have been a guaranteed success,” he said.

Like, Rankine, Turner said one of the biggest challenge facing promoters now is the economic recession.

“There are other factors to take into consideration too, such as finding affordable venues and receiving quality sponsorships,” Turner shared, adding that unlike events in Jamaica, US sponsors do not give a lot of cash support, so promoters rely heavily on gate receipts.

But while some US promoters are experiencing challenges as it relates to the staging of reggae events, for Eddy Edwards of Riddim Marketing, it’s all about having the right packaging. Edwards, who has hosted plays, church festivals and other family-friendly events, says he walked away from “the whole dancehall mix up”.

“I lean to cultural and clean lyrics artistes, so as a result, I am not affected by what’s going on right now. If you notice, somehow, those are the ones not in trouble,” the promoter said.

He admits that the numbers have been down because of the recession, but says because of the nature of his events he has enjoyed enough support to make them viable — that plus the fact that the artistes with whom he has been working are “very reasonable”.

However, Irie Jamboree’s Grant is not swayed by the argument for cultural productions.

“Our very pervasive culture is so much a part of generations “X” and “Y”‘s pop culture, that these kids, primarily of Jamaican and a wider Caribbean descent, will just not allow that to happen,” Grant said.

He admits that growth may be stymied for several reasons, the main culprit being the lyrical content of some of the songs. But, he says recent steps by the Broadcasting Commission has helped to address, in a very profound way, guidelines that give “the stamp of approval to songs” which ultimately get played on the airwaves in Jamaica.

Grant believes that this move has helped to shape, and usher in a revolution of greater creativity in writing and consequently, many of the dancehall acts and music producers have made notable adjustments to their art.

“On a personal level, I am particularly happy for this advent, as the songs that get sent to us on a daily basis are better songs, if only by “air play” standards, which ultimately bodes well for the longevity and sustainability of the industry at large,” he said.

According to G-City’s Rankine, the solution going forward is for dancehall acts to “always keep it professional in terms of management, performance, public appearances, by keeping their artiste fees at a fair market value, and adjusting their attitude towards promoters, without (whom) they would have no shows, remembering at all times that it’s a business.”

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Video: Chan Dizzy – Nuh Strange Face

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Video Highlights of Montreal Reggae Festival 2010

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Video:ADONIA and BLACK RYNO – Dub Style

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Video: VYBZ KARTEL – Dub Style

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THE QUEEN OF DANCEHALL LADY SAW RECLAIMS HER CROWN WITH ‘MY WAY’

Grammy-winning dancehall pioneer, Lady Saw is back naughty, nasty and explicitly electrifying with her new album My Way set for release on September 7th, 2010.  The record, her first with Toasting Music/Diva Records, distributed by Fontana/Universal, follows the 2007 release Walk Out, her final album on the reggae label VP Records.  Saw’s latest collection, featuring collaborations with multi-platinum rapper Eve and Ding Dong as well as production by Lady Saw along with Tony ‘CD’ Kelly, Lloyd ‘John John’ James, Danny Browne and Stephen McGregor, opens a new chapter for Saw and Divas Records productions.

“I wanted to have the independence and freedom to do things 100% my way. I can tell the producers what I want for my riddim and say what I want to say in my songs. No one is telling me what I can or can’t do on this album,” says Lady Saw.

Born Marion Hall, Lady Saw remains true to her sexually empowering, cheeky lyricism on My Way, but with an eye on reaching a wider audience. Whether it’s liberating anthems like “Every Way Mi Go” and “Party Til December” or her uncut delivery on “Muscle Control” and “5 Minutes,” this 16-track collection is jam-packed with radio ready tunes and the hardcore style that put Saw on the map with her massive 1994 debut release Lover Girl.  She also gives listeners a glimpse of Miss Marion Hall, her softer, more mature side, on the title track “My Way” and “I Am A Woman.”

“I have grown over the years. People ask me, ‘are you toning down’? I say, the nasty stuff is still there, just not as over the top,” she explains. “They still gonna really get the raw Lady Saw, especially when I perform. But, I wanted to make a record for everyone.”

With over three million albums sold and a Grammy under her frock for her collaboration with No Doubt on “Underneath it All,” Lady Saw is one of the most distinguished and influential artist in dancehall, reggae and hip hop. The songstress, deejay, producer and writer continues to headline shows worldwide, and her longevity reveals that true artistry always stands the test of time.  The multi-talented Jamaica native has had a hand in creating hits for artists like Beenie Man, Sizzla, Bounty Killer, Vegas, Vybz Kartel, Capelton and Spragga Benz. Her appeal has also resulted in dynamic collaborations with Gwen Stefani, Missy Elliot, Remy Ma, Trina, Nicki Minaj, Foxy Brown Michael Franti, and Pharrell Williams.

Physical CD Track Listing:

1.                  Every Way Mi Go

2.                  Your Chick

3.                  Bigga Than

4.                  He Is At My House (Feat. Eve)

5.                  My Way

6.                  Party Till December

7.                  Tighta

8.                  Cyaan Get Me

9.                  Crazy Love

10.              Me Hold Ya

11.              Muscle Control (Feat. Camar)

12.              5 Minutes

13.              Facebook

14.              I Can’t Wait (Feat. Ding Dong)*

15.   I’m A Woman

*Track 14 is replaced with Bet U on digital download album

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Mp3: Hello Good Morning – Diddy Dirty Money ft Busy Signal

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Mp3: BUGLE – WE KNOW WE FRIENDS

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Classic Video: Beres Hammond – Rockaway

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Greenmile Sound Mix – Good Girl Gone Bad


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Greenmile Sound (Reggae Dancehall Music)

Artist – Tune / Album:

Mighty Tolga – Intro

Tifa – Bill
from the album: Roll Out Selection

Konshens – Pussyman
from the album: Roll Out Selection

Tarrus Riley – Good Girl Gone Bad
from the album: Contagious

Keida – 75
from the album: Cardiac Bass Riddim

Romain Virgo [Feat. Etana] – Who Feels It Knows It
from the album: Romain Virgo

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Introducing the Largest Dancehall Music Video Collection Online: Riddimtube.com

Riddimtube.com is a brand new Reggae & Dancehall Music Video Website launched earlier this year. The website features the largest collection of Reggae and Dancehall Music Videos including high definition official videos and user made montages of the latest riddims and releases. With a database featuring thousands of reggae, dancehall, dub and live concert videos the website is ideal to run in the background whiles your browsing your favourite Dancehall News website DancehallUSA.com

Primarily made up of user submitted content the website already has a large user base of members browsing and posting new music videos. Users can sign up for free to access extra features like playlists, video commenting, video submission and many more features including the automatic creation of your own personal web page on riddimtube featuring a playlist of your chosen videos. The website hosts a variety of exclusive footage, music and high definition content you will be stretched to find a better music video website for Jamaican music. Gone are the days of rogue music video websites that are rarely updated or feature mostly broken links, Riddimtube.com is highly moderated and hosted on super fast servers in LA and New York City so you can expect a reliable and fast browsing experience. You can embed any of the Riddimtube music videos in any webpage or your favourite social network profile i.e. myspace. The embed code can be copied and pasted within your exisiting html just like a youtube video.

The website hopes to serve as a free platform for new and existing artists to release their music videos and gain exposure online.

Courtesy of Riddimtube.com and TarrusRiley.com please find below the HD version of Tarrus Riley’s Wildfire (Protect the People) on the Major & Minor riddim. As you can see the Riddimtube player is quite attractive and runs like a dream!

Tarrus Riley – Wild Fire (Protect The People)

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HOLIDAY-RUDE FAMILY EXCLUSIVE DANCEHALL HIP HOP MIX CD, BOLOGNA, Italy

Holiday – rude family mix cd 2010 by HOLYDAY-RUDEFAMILYMIXCD – mixed by G-POWA.

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CHAN DIZZY – STRANGE FACE (Behind The Scenes + Interview) Ft. RUSSIAN & ERUP

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Two members of Kartel’s entourage admit brawl involvement


TWO members from the entourage of Jamaican dancehall star Adijah ‘Vybz Kartel’ Palmer yesterday admitted being involved in a brawl at Lynden Pindling International Airport on Monday.

Ainsley Morris, 24, and Lenburgh McDondald, 26, both of St Catherine’s, Jamaica, pleaded guilty before Magistrate Ancella Evans-Williams to causing harm to Spirit airlines pilot Tameko Bannister.

They also pleaded guilty to damaging his $600 HP laptop computer, $400 Ipod and a $250 pair of Oakley shades.

Morris and McDonald, who were a part of Palmer’s entourage, were scheduled to leave Nassau for Jamaica at 2.10pm Monday. Palmer had been in town to perform at a birthday party.

They initially denied the charges, however subsequently they changed their pleas to guilty, resulting in the prosecution dropping charges against a third member of Palmer’s group – Andre Sutherland, 22, also known as “Popcorn.”

Sergeant Timothy Saunders, prosecuting, said Mr Bannister was heading to Jamaica to pick up a plane which was experiencing technical difficulties. The prosecutor told the court the altercation began when Mr Bannister went to use the men’s restroom.

There, according to the prosecutor, Mr Bannister met the men, as well as some women. Mr Bannister reportedly inquired as to who they were and asked if they could leave so that he could use the restroom.

As Mr Bannister left the restroom, one of the men pushed the door, hitting him. A verbal argument reportedly followed between Mr Bannister and one of the men, who he described as the “short one.”

The complainant told police that the “short one” used obscenities towards him and as he attempted to leave the restroom, the door struck one of the women. It was at that point that the “short one” grabbed him and slapped him.

Mr Bannister, according to the prosecutor, told police that another man held him and punched him in his left eye, damaging his shades. The scuffle reportedly continued into the departure lounge where Mr Bannister told police he was repeatedly punched and kicked. Mr Bannister also told police that he dropped his computer case during the brawl causing damage to his computer and Ipod.

Willie Moss, attorney for the two men, told the court that a female member of the entourage known as Sheba was holding drinks for the men when Mr Bannister entered the restroom, spilling the drinks on to McDonald.

According to Mr Moss, McDonald held Mr Bannister by his shirt and it was at that point that Mr Bannister’s shades were damaged. Mr Moss claimed that McDonald never threw a punch during the altercation. He told the court, however, that Mr Bannister had knocked Morris unconscious. Mr Moss claimed that in order to expedite the matter, Morris had decided to plead guilty to the charges.

Mr Moss told the court that the men were remorseful and embarrassed by the incident. He also told the court that they were willing to compensate the complainant for the damage caused. He urged the magistrate not to impose a custodial sentence and asked for him to be as lenient as possible.

The two men are being held at Central Police Station and are expected back in court today for sentencing.
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Puma v1.10 Lightning SL Boots – When Bolt met Eto’o

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The new season has just started and we already had most big-profile brands making their releases for the new season after the World Cup. Puma, on the other hand, have waited to release a bomb for the new season after other brands have revealed their new boots, releasing the v1.10 Lightning SL football boot, which is our newest addition to the 2010-2011 football boots collection. The boot has been presented by Samuel Eto’o and Bolt, being designed with the Jamaican colours and has some interesting design features that have never been seen before.

The puma v1.10 Lightning SL in yellow/black/and green are the lightest boots ever made, weighing only 150 grams, which is slightly less than the Adidas F50 adiZero which weigh 164 grams. It’s also a lot less than the Nike Mercurial Vapor Superfly II, which weight 210 grams.

The writing on the side of the boot is “Out of many, one people” which is Jamaica’s national slogan.

“The Puma v1.10 SL upper is made from a superlight microfibre synthetic material, which is extremely soft for comfort and ball feel, and provides slightly more padding than lightweight counterpart the adiZero. Like the rest of the v1.10 range, the SL features a central lacing system with a soft and lightweight tongue, constructed to provide breathability.”
One thing that is really striking about this boot is the sudden appearance of bling bling, aka diamonds on the back of the boot. First of all, it makes sense because Usain Bolt had a big hand in designing this boot. But why would a normal footballer need diamonds in their boot? I wouldn’t want diamonds in my boot, maybe my girlfriend would though. The special edition with diamonds costs £250 GBP which is a lot to spend for the regular person. The extra cost is simply the diamonds.



“The outsole and external heel counter of the Puma v1.10 SL football boots has been engineered from a revolutionary Thermoplastic. The Pebax material offers outstanding mechanical, physical and chemical properties, by bridging the gap between thermoplastics and rubbers. In short, this means the v1.10 SL’s outsole offers stability, durability and support at a fraction of the weight. And is further complimented by a Carbon Fibre insert in the outsole, enhancing player movement through reactivity, flexibility and midfoot stability.” (SoccerBible)

Sizing is also limited with this edition to 8-9 UK and 9-10 US, so they’re not for everybody. Check that before you buy them. They’re launched today, so you should be able to find them online soon!

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Tony Matterhorn – Wah Come Fu*k

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Mp3: T.O.K – In This Club

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Mp3: Cecile – Groupie

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ZJ Liquid – Hold A Vibe

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Mp3: Sizzla – Herb

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Emmy-Nominated Director Jenny Ash Developing Bob Marley Biopic

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Jenny Ash, the UK director who has received an Emmy nomination for her work on the documentary miniseries America – The Story of Us, is developing a biopic on the life of legendary reggae artist Bob Marley.  Deadline reports that the “feature will concentrate on the year Marley spent living in London in 1977. This was a crucial year for Marley. He’d fled Jamaica after an attempt was made on his life; the year ended with him sustaining a soccer injury which eventually triggered full-blown cancer.”  Ash, whose two-hour segment of the 12-part America miniseries covered slavery and the Civil War, also sees the movie as a love triangle between Marley, his wife Rita and Jamaican beauty queen Cindy Breakspeare, whom Ash has spent time with in Jamaica.  I presume the denouement of that story won’t be about college students who love Marley because he shared their love of getting high.

Hit the jump for more on the project.

Unfortunately, the filmmakers don’t yet have the rights to Marley’s songs.  Planned biopics of Janis Joplin and Marvin Gaye have also hit snags in trying to get music rights.  Those are kind of necessary, although I would find it hilarious if someone made a biopic of a musician and didn’t use any of their music.

Deadline adds that there have been two previous attempts at biopics based on Marley’s life.  The first was actually based on the autobiography of Rita Marley, No Woman No Cry: My Life With Bob Marley. Lauryn Hill, who is Marley’s daughter in law, was set to play Rita.  Hill was also going to play Rita in a biopic based on Timothy White’s 1991 biography of Marley, Catch a Fire. However, that film fell apart after director Ron Shelton (Hollywood Homicide), and his replacement George Armitage (The Big Bounce), both left the project.

Article by Matt Goldberg

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Mp3: Jah Cure – Dont Let Them Cry

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Mp3: Sean Paul – Turn Me On

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Vybz Kartel Ft Richie Loop – Street Vybz Cup – Champion Squad Remix

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