Archive | January, 2012

Latest edition of Shaggy and Friends raises JA$32 million

Dancehall/Reggae entertainer, Orville Burrell, more popularly known as Shaggy, should feel very encouraged as his annual charity event, Shaggy and Friends attained its largest proceeds to date.

This year’s edition of Shaggy and Friends, which took place on January 7 on the lawns of Jamaica House in Kingston, raised over JA$32 million. That tally tops the proceeds made from each of the prior two years of the concert; aimed at funding the Bustamante Hospital for Children in Kingston.  The first edition of Shaggy and Friends raised JA$27 million in 2009 while the 2010 edition reeled in over JA$30 million.

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Tommy Lee – Hear My Cry [Hiroshima Riddim]

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Chan Dizzy – Mi Nuh Care – Off The Bench Riddim

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Tommy Lee – War Wid Di Dead [The Business Riddim]

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Konshens – Bring It Come [Raw]

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Elephant Man charged with rape, sexual assault

Internationally acclaimed Dancehall superstar, Oneil Bryan, more popularly known as Elephant Man has been charged with rape and grievous sexual assault.

According to CVMTV News, the prominent deejay was slapped with the charges after several reports were filed against him last week. As a result, detectives from the Centre for Investigation of Sexual Offences and Child Abuse (CISOCA) took Elephant Man into custody in Sunday; questioning regarding several sex-based allegations.

Law enforcement officials claim that the charges stem from an alleged incident involving a woman at his St. Andrew home.

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Ninja Kid – Tongue Ring Shot

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French publication labels Vybz Kartel “The White Clown of Kingston”

Embattled Dancehall superstar, Adidja Palmer, more popularly known as Vybz Kartel, has been dubbed several labels, good and bad, since his mainstream debut in 2002. However, a new nickname issued to him by a French publication may just take the cake.

French news agency, Le Monde recently did a feature piece, published on Monday, regarding Vybz Kartel and the growing skin bleaching epidemic in Jamaica. The title for said piece is amazingly titled, Le Clown White De Kingston, or when translated, The White Clown of Kingston.

The article, written by Arnaud Robert cites Kartel as the main reason for the growing skin whitening problem in Jamaica; implying that’s he led locals astray for quite a while now. Robert outlines a night a the formerly known nightclub The Building (now Club Riddim) where several girls with bleached proudly crowded the stage when Kartel entered while a boy grabs a girl as they simulate oral sex.

Robert claims that Kartel, who’s currently incarcerated on murder charges and obstruction of justice charges stemming from separate incidents last summer, triggered his own demise through misogynistic lyrical style; blaming the deejay’s Jamaican fan base for encouraging his behavior.

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Spice to feature on new Mya album

Prominent Dancehall diva, Spice has once again joined forces with American R&B sensation, Mya for a collaborative single set to appear on the latter artiste’s upcoming album.

The two internationally-acclaimed artistes recently recorded the single, Take Him Out, which will feature on Mya’s sixth studio album, K.I.S.S. (Keep It Simple & Sexy), set for a worldwide release on Valentine’s Day (February 14). Additionally, a video for the single will be unveiled within the next month or two.

According to Mya, who previously appeared on stage with Spice at last year’s staging of Reggae Sumfest, she likes the Jim Screechie deejay’s no-holds-barred lyrical style; making her a perfect fit for her new single.

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Celine Dion and local artistes shine at Jamaica Jazz and Blues festival

Nous t’aimons! Or “We love you” in English. That became the sentiment from Jamaican fans at the end of a thrilling three day Jamaica Jazz and Blues 2012 festival, capped off by the effervescent presence of French-Canadian songstress, Celine Dion.

The Grammy-winning sensation graced the Greenfield Stadium in Trelawny late Friday night; her first ever performance on Jamaican soil. As Dion entered the stage, shouting “Hello Jamaica!” she immediately garnered several shouts of appreciation from the locals as the prominent singer opened with her classic single, I Drove All Night.

Dion made her debut performance in the island count as she sparked memories with hits like Beauty and the Beast, Where Does My Heart Beat Now and Because You Loved Me, which triggered a slow dance session amongst the patrons. Additionally, Dion shared the stage with Jamaican Reggae singer, Diana King, who recently returned to the island to unveil some new projects. King and Dion unleashed a rousing duet with the performance of Treat Her Like A Lady.

Dion’s hour-long set featured four costume changes and even a wardrobe malfunction as a short gold mini dress she rocked on stage accidentally flashed fans looking below. Nevertheless, it was Dion’s performances that proved more eye-popping as she sang more classics such as It’s All Coming Back To Me Now, All By Myself and the resoundingly popular soundtrack of the classic Titanic movie, My Heart Will Go On.

Overall, Dion’s experience with Jamaican fans proved enjoyable as she even expressed regret for not visiting the island sooner.

“I have some making up to do for all that lost time. I can’t believe we’re really here in your beautiful country; the home of the great Bob Marley, the best place on earth to get an amazing plate of jerked chicken!” she said during her performance.

Furthermore, Dion wished fans a Happy 50th year of Independence as they showered her with love throughout the set.

Earlier that night, Dancehall/Reggae superstars, Shaggy and Richie Stephens were honored following strong performances of their own. After performing several of his classics alongside fellow artistes, Rayvon and Rik Rok, Shaggy received an award from Jazz and Blues organizers, honoring his contribution for promoting Jamaican culture worldwide. Meanwhile, Stephens, who performed Live Your Life alongside German Reggae star, Gentleman, copped an award celebrating his nearly two decades of contributions towards Jamaican music.

Local Reggae superstars such as Tami Chynn, Tessanne Chin, Christopher Martin, Damian Marley and Etana gave strong accounts of themselves on stage during the event as well as Dancehall stalwart, Agent Sasco and Dancehall patriarch, Yellowman who performed classics such as I’m Getting Married, Zungu Zungu Zeng, amongst others.

Veteran Reggae acts such as Half Pint, Maxi Priest, George Nooks, John Holt and Marcia Griffiths also proved their capabilities with strong sets. Griffiths, Holt and the aforementioned Yellowman each were honored for their abilities to pave the way for today’s generation of Dancehall/Reggae artistes.

Celine Dion wasn’t the only overseas-based superstar to leave an indelible mark on Jazz and Blues as Canadian songstress, Jully Black, Trinidadian soca superstar, Destra Garcia, American R&B superstar, Cee-Lo Green as well as Heads of States (consisting of former New Edition members) all dazzled the Greenfield Stadium stage.

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Iyara – Kell Lem [Lyrical Overdrive Riddim]

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Busy Signal – Badness Days Done [Saucey Head Riddim]

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Mp3: Melanie Fiona Ft Sean Paul – 4 AM (Remix)

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Mp3: Vybz Kartel – Licky (Raw) – Brit Jam Riddim Reloaded

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Shaggy to unveil new version of Summer in Kingston

Internationally acclaimed superstar, Shaggy will unleash a new version of his Grammy-nominated album, Summer in Kingston in February.

The eight-track digital album, originally released last July, will now be released in CD form, with two additional tracks. The release of the Summer in Kingston CDwill take place around the time of the 54th annual Grammy Awards on February 12 in Los Angeles.

Shaggy explained the re-release during a recent interview with Splash; intimating that this version of Summer in Kingston will provide a different flavor.

“Initially we released the album digitally with eight songs and sold it at a fan appreciation price for a limited time. Now we are releasing the physical copy with a total of 10 songs, so it’s now a full-length album,” he said.

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Corey Todd rules out Kartel reunion

Any lingering hope of a revival regarding the Street Vybz Rum brand has been extinguished as American businessman, Corey Todd will not rejoin forces with the product’s centerpiece.

Earlier this month, reports emerged that people close to the camp of incarcerated Dancehall superstar, Vybz Kartel reached out to Todd, proposing a reunion between the two ex-business partners for the sake of the Street Vybz brand. Speculation grew once reports of Kartel’s financial problems surfaced, including a JA$15 million bill owed to a Turks and Caicos promoter, over JA$11 million in back taxes and impending legal fees that would arise should his current murder cases go to trial.

According to online magazine, Urban Islandz, Corey Todd has no interest in teaming up with Kartel once more.

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Video: Jesse Royal – One Eye Open

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It’s official: Mavado marries longtime girlfriend in U.S.

Queue the wedding bells. Dancehall superstar, Mavado has officially tied the knot.

After a few days of rife speculation, it was confirmed on Friday that the Alliance-affiliated singjay consummated his marriage to long-time girlfriend and the mother of his child, Monique McKenzie in Florida earlier this month.

According to media reports, a Clerk of Courts representative from the Broward County 17th Judicial Circuit of Florida confirmed that the official marriage certificate will be mailed to the newlywed couple next month.

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DHUSA World Premiere Mp3: Rihannas Gun – Cris Cab feat Mavado and Wyclef – rate this song now !!!

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Popcaan – Stay Far [Fren Enemy Riddim]

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Video: Pushhitz Pressure Riddim medley video, Zamunda, Teflon, Juvi, Alkamis

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Mr. G claims Cham is ungrateful towards Bounty Killer

Veteran Dancehall deejay, Chad Simpson, more popularly known as Mr. G has called out former stable mate, Cham following recent comments the artiste made about him, Red Rat and Alliance leader, Bounty Killer.

Baby Cham gave an interview on CVMTV’s OnStage on January 14 where spoke about the success of his hot new single, Wine as well as the role of long-time mentor, Bounty Killer in building his career. During the interview, Cham claimed that during the late 90s, he had bigger hits than Bounty Killer associates, Mr. G and Red Rat but didn’t rise to prominence as quickly due to lack of promotion. Additionally, Cham claimed that Bounty Killer assisted in his career as built his way toward mainstream success in the early 2000s and beyond.

Responding to Cham’s claims, Mr. G, formerly known as Goofy, intimated through an interview posted via one876entertainment.com that the Drop It Like You Doing’ It singer has always been jealous of he and Red Rat’s successes.

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Top 10: The Best of Buju Banton

An icon of his generation and a spokesman of positivity through his music, Buju Banton made an art form out of making hit songs that sparked deep thought and strong emotions.

In a successful career, spanning parts of three decades, the “Gargamel” became one of Reggae music’s most conscious artistes while also excelling whilst creating more Dancehall oriented material. Though his ten year prison term on drug-related charges may tarnish his image to some, he remains an inspiration to many through his music. Despite the relatively unknown status of his career going forward, given his pending appeal, Buju’s career produced several impactful songs; ten of which still have much significance.

10. Psalm 23 (featuring Gramps Morgan): Rarely do artists exhibit some sort of spiritual identity in a musical world filled with sex, drugs and controversy. However, Buju and Morgan Heritage member, Gramps Morgan defied logic with their Reggae themed remix of Psalm 23. The Reggae/Gospel fusion worked to perfection as it showcased Buju Banton in a more sensual light; representing himself as a visionary with deeply rooted faith in God.  That faith remains publicly evident as, despite his current predicament, he reportedly remains strong and optimistic that he will see the light of day sooner rather than later.

9. Hills and Valleys: Buju Banton also remains renowned for being a freedom fighter; showcasing a more roots-oriented vibe with his hugely popular song, Hills and Valleys in 1997.  Experimenting vocally throughout his successful album that year, Inna Heights, Buju scored with his fans by documenting the struggles of his people in a world that was slowly but surely crumbling. Hills and Valleys kept Buju relevant during the 1990s as he continued to prove his deserved status as Reggae’s most influential star since Bob Marley.

8.I Don’t Know Why (featuring Wayne Wonder): This 90s classic help boost the careers of Buju Banton and Wayne Wonder as it showcased their sensual sides. The scintillating single, also known as Bonafide Love won both artistes countless female fans as it combined rough and tumble vocals with a soothing undertone which Wonder famously produced in the song’s chorus. I Don’t Know Why remains one of the most popular Reggae duets in the 90s and continues to play across events locally.

7. Love Me Browning: Before Buju became known for his social consciousness, the “Gargamel” had a more hardcore sound when he broke onto the Dancehall scene in 1991. Perhaps his first major breakthrough hit was the lady-friendly single, Love Me Browning. The single dominated locally while slowly introducing his scruffy, deep-toned voice to the world. Love Me Browning set the tone for Buju’s careeras he broke the all-time record, previously held by Bob Marley for the most chart-topping songs by a Jamaican artiste in a singular year (1992).

6. Driver: Looking to re-invent himself during the early 2000s, Buju Banton tried to incorporate foreign undertones within his music with songs like Paid Not Played and What I’m Gonna Do (featuring Nadine Sutherland) to little commercial success. However, Buju decided to return to his roots; releasing the controversial, yet successful single, Driver. The Sly and Robbie produced single featured Buju on a rejuvenated, classic Dancehall beat while acting as a drug baron during the accompanying visuals of the video.

The song earned Buju mass appeal, several number ones spots on various Reggae charts locally and overseas while firmly re-establishing himself a major force within the genre.

5. Not An Easy Road: Perhaps the song which could most be associated with his current situation, Not An Easy Road spoke strongly to the struggles of everyday life;  relating to several of his fans. The 1995 track was one of several chart-topping singles from his highly popular album, Til Shiloh; motivating his fans to overcome obstacles throughout their daily lives while showing his commitment to pure, conscious Reggae music.

4. Murderer: Buju Banton sang several songs addressing violence, sex and even homophobia; making him popular and notorious simultaneously. However, Buju’s tone quickly changed following the shocking death of his close friend and Dancehall star, Pan Head in 1993. Shaken by his death, Buju dedicated a song to him, entitled Murderer; detailing the ongoing crime problems which plagued Jamaica during that time. His socially aware lyrics quickly garnered mass acclaim. Following the stunning death of another close friend and Reggae superstar, Garnett Silk in 1994, Buju maintained this more conscious vibe; beginning a three year stretch which made him the most in-demand Reggae superstar.

3. Batty Rider – One of Buju’s most raw Dancehall singles came in 1992 with the unleashing of his number one hit, Batty Rider. The song, playing up the popular Dancehall-related fashion at the time, made Buju an adored figure amongst his female fans while building his path to super stardom. The standout single from his second studio album, Mr. Mention, Batty Rider arguably remains his biggest Dancehall song to date as it continues to play across parties and club worldwide.

2. Untold Stories: Riding on horseback throughout the fields, sitting barefoot on a set of steps and a roof top; Buju won the inner city audience with the release of his 1995 single, Untold Stories. Passionately singing about the pain and suffering inner city families go through and those living with rough economic predicaments, Untold Stories made its mark as one of the biggest Reggae songs during the 90s; topping the local Reggae charts while introducing the world to an artiste who care more about being a spokesperson for the helpless that helping his own plight as a Dancehall/Reggae superstar.

1. Destiny: However, Buju’s most popular and most played song to date is a song speaking of hope and ambition. The lead single off his 1997 album, Inna Heights, Destiny spent several weeks on local and overseas Reggae charts at number one while making Buju a household name across various generations. His caring persona was forever etched in the minds of fans with the release of Destiny, which not only stands as one of the greatest Reggae singles in history but also a song of hope for Buju’s fans that one day, he will once again reach his destiny of freedom.

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Mp3: I-Octane – Run Mi Out – Kush Morning Riddim

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Mp3: Beenie Man – Girls – Brit Jam Riddim

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Aidonia – Anyweh At All

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Has Mavado tied the knot? Deejay reportedly married

Could internationally-acclaimed singjay, Mavado be married? According to several reports, the Alliance affiliated artiste no longer enjoys the status of a single man.

Several news outlets are intimating that Mavado may have tied the knot with his long-time companion, Monique McKenzie. McKenzie hails as the mother of Mavado’s young son, David Vitton Brooks.

A supposed copy of their marriage license application can be found on jamaicangroupiemet.com in which plans for their union were allegedly given the go-ahead.

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Akon recording with Marleys in Jamaica

Senegalese rap superstar, Akon has become the latest international artiste to grace Jamaica’s shores as he joins forces with Reggae’s most prominent family.

The Ghetto singer recently arrived in the island, as he will be recording new material alongside Damian “Junior Gong Marley, Stephen Marley and Julian Marley at the highly regarded Tuff Gong studios in Kingston. In addition to his musical exploits, Akon also visited the Bob Marley Museum in Liguanea, St. Andrew; posting pictures of said visit on his official Twitter profile.

Akon is no stranger to the Dancehall/Reggae industry as he’s previously joined forced with Jamaican artistes such as Shaggy for What’s Love and, most recently, Mavado with Survivor.

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Mp3: Munga – Watch Over Me Cool – Out Riddim


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Mp3: Bounty Killer – Thine Will Be Done – Cool Out Riddim


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Mp3: Chris Martin – Link Pon Yuh Fren – Cool Out Riddim

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Mp3: G Mac and Sizzla – ‘Question’

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New Artist Video: Juss Ice – Pretend Friend (By.Shiah Prod)

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D’Angel to release new novel, biography

Prominent Dancehall diva, Michelle Downer, more popularly known as D’Angel will unveil an in-depth novel involving a girl, two guys and a lot of relationship drama. But it’s not the threesome you might be thinking of.

D’Angel will unveil her debut book, Love Triangle in February, a book already dubbed “the most controversial dancehall novel.” The book marks the first part of a two-book deal with Pageturner Publishing House as she will also release an autobiographical entitled, Break Free later this year, which will talk about her many successes and controversies on and off stage.

Love Triangle talks about three contrasting individuals, Dylan, Brandy and Malcolm involved in a steamy back and forth relationships. According to D’Angel, via press release, her new novel is far from PG.

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Mp3: Busy Signal – Tell Dem Already – Freedom Shines Riddim

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New Artist Video: Tréson Covers ‘At This Moment’

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New Artist Video: Tréson Covers ‘At This Moment’

Tréson has crafted his own rendition of Billy Vera’s 1981 classic, “At This Moment” Tréson’s cover postdates acclaimed musicians such as Tom Jones and most recently Michael Buble’s which was featured on his #1 album entitled Crazy Love (2009). Though transformed into a roots reggae lover’s rock tune, the single still manages to retain the impressive raw emotional appeal that Vera first sang it with.

An appreciative Billy Vera wrote, “Thanks for recording my song. Nice job! This is the second time one of my hits has been done by a reggae artiste,” (the first being Gregory Issac’s cover of Story Book Children). The song was recorded at ‘Boot Camp Records’ and the video will be officially release the end of January by PhaReal Entertainment . The Song is now available at Itunes and Amazon are clicks the link below.

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Mp3: Gyptian – In My Arms – Freedom Shines Riddim

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Mp3: Laden – Gal Professional

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Mp3:Vybz Kartel – Forgive Me – Pearl Riddim

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Video: Knockings Riddim Medley

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Mp3: TWIN OF TWINS – LUCKY BOY – MATTERHORN DISS

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Beenie Man – Gal Wi Seh [Rum Fire Riddim]

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Navino – Mad Over Me [Rum Fire Riddim]

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Munga – Find Out [Rum Fire Riddim]

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Konshens – Bad Gal [Official HD Video]

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Iyara – Caah Sidung Inna My Face [Qmia Riddim]

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Khago – Hat Head [Rum Fire Riddim]

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Veteran Jamaican producer, Winston Riley dies

Prominent Reggae producer, Winston Riley, renowned for developing the careers of Buju Banton and Cutty Ranks has died.

Riley, the father of FAME FM disc jock, Kurt Riley succumbed to serious head injuries sustained from a shooting incident last November. Said incident was the third in as many months for Riley, who fell victim to shooting incident in August as well as a stabbing incident the following month. He was 65 years old.

According to Kurt Riley, his family still ponders why unscrupulous persons would attack the popular producer so many times in such a short span. Having been in a coma since the shooting, Winston Riley never had the opportunity to gauge a sense of nor explain these happenings; something Kurt wishes had taken place before his death.

“Unfortunately Daddy didn’t wake up so we could talk to him to find out if there was something he was not telling us. He was a straightforward man, who was allergic to hypocrisy,” he told the Jamaica Observer.

Riley remains one of Reggae’s greatest influences; founding a new music group, the Techniques at the tender age of 16. In 1968, he established the famous Techniques record label where he produced legendary Reggae acts such as Alton Ellis, Hortense Ellis and others.

Additionally, his single, Double Barrel topped Reggae charts in the United Kingdom and Holland while his Stalag Riddim (1973) has often been remade by several local producers.

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