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Mp3: Tanya Stephens – Fire Burning

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Video: BABY CHAM – WINE

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Mp3: Collie Buddz – I Feel So Good

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Mp3: Serani – Make Me Stronger

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Mp3: Ludacris Ft Damian Marley and Kevin Cossom – Cross My Mind

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Artistes skip voting process, hope for improved Jamaica

Prominent artistes within the Dancehall/Reggae industry chose to avoid the polling stations on Thursday. However, they’re optimistic regarding the country’s progress going forward.

Jamaica’s 12th general election as an independent country took place on Thursday; eventually resulting in a landslide victory for the opposing Peoples National Party (PNP) and making opposition leader, Portia Simpson-Miller Jamaica’s new Prime Minister. Despite the victory, it was determined that voter turnout for Thursday’s election ended up below 50%

According to some popular artistes within the Dancehall/Reggae industry, party allegiances were not on the agenda given that they all pray for an improved Jamaica no matter the leadership in charge.

Spice, who shares such as sentiment, claimed that she didn’t get a chance to vote on yesterday’s elections but hopes that those in leadership will address the never-ending issue of poverty.

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Portia Simpson-Miller appointed new Prime Minister of Jamaica

Jamaica now has its third prime minister within a three month span as Peoples National Party (PNP) leader; the Hon. Portia Simpson-Miller was awarded the distinction on Thursday night.

Following weeks of debates as well as campaigns across the island, Jamaica held its 12th general elections as an independent nation as Mrs. Simpson-Miller took on Jamaica Labour Party(JLP) leader and incumbent, Andrew Holness for the right to the nation’s highest honor. 63 parliamentary seats were up for contention across the island involving candidates from the two main parties as well as the National Democratic Movement(NDM) and the newly-formed Marcus Garvey Peoples Progressive Party (MGPPP).

However, what many political pundits predicted would be a close race turned into a one-sided affair as the opposing PNP took hold of 41 out of the 63 seats on offer.

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Twin of Twins member blames illness for STING showing, wants Matterhorn rematch

The last three days have been a whirlwind for Twin of Twins member, Patrick Gaynor aka Curly Lox. However, the comedian turned deejay now offers an explanation for the duo’s poor showing at STING 2011.

The Twins looked off-key during their highly anticipated clash against selector turned deejay, Tony Matterhorn at the 28th staging of the popular Dancehall show. Often restarting during the clash, Matterhorn took advantage of the Twin of Twins missteps in the eyes of STING fans and industry players alike.

However, three days following the clash, Gaynor has intimated that a nasal congestion developed prior to STING 2011, in part, due to a hectic schedule as the duo performed at Diamond Splash in Negril on December 23 and the GT Taylor Christmas Extravaganza on December 25. Given his disappointing showing on Boxing Day, Gaynor apologized to the comedic duo’s fans for not performing up to expectation.

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GT Taylor Extravaganza gives fans a Christmas treat

Dancehall fans got their Christmas wish this past Sunday as the GT Taylor Extravaganza stage show offered a combination of great talent and stellar performances for everyone to remember going into the New Year.

The Jagra sponsored event took place on Christmas Day in Black River, St. Elizabeth; offering a lineup that reeled in several patrons from around the island. The 12th edition of the Christmas show featured performances from a litany of Reggae and Dancehall stars including John Holt, Coco Tea, Twin of Twins, Warrior King and Specialist to name a few.

The self-proclaimed “Princess of Dancehall,” Tiana also graced the GT Taylor Extravaganza stage; aiming to once again show her worthiness as a female deejay of the year candidate. Despite band issues during her set, Tiana proved her character by performing a edited rendition of her popular single, Pum Pum Phat, to which several fans blew their horns in support. The breakthrough star then performed another fan favourite, Bruk Out and Wine from the internationally-acclaimed Overproof Riddim before closing off with another one of her hits, No Man Can Talk Bad Bout Mi.

Fellow breakout star, I-Octane also gave fans lots to cheer about; living up to his energetic performance mantra by shelling out hits such as Licky Licky, Nuh Ramp Wid Wi and Study Yuh Friends amongst others to a wonderful crowd reception. The prominent singjay continued to wow fans by performing Burn Dem Bridge and the classic hit, Mama Yuh Alone.

Another established singjay, Mavado stamped his authority on the event by performing such as Hope and Pray andI’m On The Rock prior to showcasing newer material such as Don’t Wanna Be A Memory and Survivor featuring the highly-acclaimed rapper, Akon.

However, it was yet another singjay, Khago who stole the Christmas show as his status continues to elevate within the Dancehall/Reggae ranks. Building his reputation as one of the best live performers in Jamaican music, Khago performed his sensual Reggae hit, Across Mi Heart before unleashing the chart-topping smash, Blood A Boil to an eruption of cheers. He then performed the hit, Badda Dan Dem which was then pulled due to the loud cheers from the patrons on hand.

Khago continued to rock the crowd by performing hits such as Nah Mek Dem Drain My Energy as well as his debut single, Nah Sell Out which was also tremendously received. Additionally, the singjay took time to seemingly call out his long-time rival, I-Octane before performing the Overproof Riddim smash, Tun Up Mi Ting.

Other notable performances included internationally-acclaimed deejay, Bounty Killer who continued his strong run of form after a dominant performance during his lyrical clash with rival, Beenie Man at Diamond Splash in Negril. The Alliance deejay performed his hits single, Who Tell Him Dweet, once again calling out Beenie while also performing hits such as No Cream To Mi Face before before bringing out his protégé, Kiprich who performed Real Badman amongst other hits.

JOP leader, Aidonia also made his presence felt at the event while performances from Wayne Marshall, Spice and D’Angel also were well-received.

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Da’nandi staking his claim within the Dancehall ranks

Up-and-coming deejay, Da’nandi strives to ascend within the Dancehall genre as he continues to make himself a familiar name amongst peers and fans.

Born Andrique Wright, the Sherlock Crescent (Kingston) native developed a natural love for music; writing his first song at the tender age of 9. While attending Jamaica College, Da’nandi involved himself in lyrical clashes while also perfecting the art of freestyling. Such musical aspects built the young deejay into an all-rounded artiste.

Following years of hard work, Da’nandi began showcasing his musical growth on a grander scale; releasing his debut single, Tell Me When in October 2010.

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STING promoter not satisfied with crowd turnout, explains superstar absences

The lead promoter for the recently concluded STING 2011 stage show feels that the popular Dancehall event lacked support for the second year running.

The 28th edition of STING took place at Jamworld in Portmore, St. Catherine on Monday night. Looking to make up for a lacklustre 2010 show, this year’s staging of STING, tagged with the Rumours of War theme, promised several clashes and superstars galore that fans demanded after last year’s event shifted from its usual nature.

However, considering the notable absences of prominent Dancehall singjays such as Mavado and I-Octane, STING’s lead promoter, Isaiah Laing expressed his dissatisfaction with the crowd turnout for his show during a radio interview in Wednesday.

“We neva have dat big pull dis year still, even though we had clashes. Maybe those clashes were not clashes what people really wanted to see or maybe because of the elections vibes…or people generally don’t have funds this year,” Laing implied.

Meanwhile, Laing offered explanations as to why Mavado and I-Octane were no-shows at the event. According to Laing, Mavado did not show up to the Jamworld venue for his scheduled performance at around 1:45 a.m.; thus prompting STING promoters to move up the clash between Kiprich and Merciless. Once the clashes started, Laing intimated that Mavado opted not to perform at the show but the self-professed “Gully Gaad” promised to make this up to STING fans.

As for I-Octane, Laing refused to detail the root of the disagreement between himself and the internationally-acclaimed singjay; claiming that a misunderstanding occurred between them. According to Laing, the two will meet in the near future to settle their differences.

Established Dancehall superstar, Beenie Man, who STING sponsors said would clash long-time rival, Bounty Killer during the show, arrived at the event following his performance at an event in Montserrat. However, Laing intimated that fans of the self-professed “King of the Dancehall” discouraged him from engaging in a lyrical battle with the “War Lord.”

“Beenie Man was there, almost entered (the) stage and his fans discouraged him from entering…because they thought that Bounty Killer was in a very mean mood out there and that he wouldn’t be able to handle Bounty…it just never happen,” he said.

Beenie Man clashed Bounty Killer at the Diamond Splash event in Negril; a lyrical battle that many fans and industry players deemed the “Grung Gaad” the clear cut winner.

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Mp3: Konshens – Tap Chat

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Mp3: I-Octane – Load Di Ting Dem – Tenement Yard Riddim

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Mp3: Machel Montano – Time For Work

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