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Mp3: Drake ft Assassin – Hold On Were Going Home

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Video: My Money – VOICEMAIL ft. Agent Sasco aka Assassin

Video: My Money – VOICEMAIL ft. Agent Sasco aka Assassin
Music video for the song “My Money” by Jamaican Dancehall Duo VOICEMAIL.
Watch out for their new album which will be released early next year. (C) CAPTIVATE MUSIC

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Trey Songz promises stellar Sumfest performance

Internationally acclaimed R&B singing sensation, Trey Songz insists that his Jamaican fans should expect nothing but the best during his upcoming performance at Reggae Sumfest.

Trey Songz will headline the first of two international nights at the ongoing Reggae Sumfest event in Montego Bay this Friday. The award-winning singer, known for singles such as Heart Attack and Sex A’int Better Than Love will be making his second appearance in Jamaica for a stage show; his first since the summer of 2008 when he performed at Temple Hall Estate in St. Andrew.

His debut showing in Jamaica drew little fanfare, despite showcasing a bill that included Assassin, Leftside and Yung Joc. However, on his second go-around in the island, Trey Songz insists that locals will be treated to a more mature and entertaining performance when he graces the Catherine Hall stage.

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Mp3: Wayne Marshall Ft Damian Marley, Aidonia, I-Octane, Assassin , Bounty killer, Vybz Kartel – Go Hard

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Xyclone creating a storm within Dancehall

It’s often hard for upcoming artistes within any genre to breeze through the industry given the many hurdles that must be faced. But for emerging Dancehall star, Xyclone, he’s stormed through the genre’s circles with impactful results.

Born Roje R. Robinson, Xyclone had an affinity for Dancehall music from a young age; a love which seemed genetically inclined given that his father, Peter Blacks hails as the iconic disc jockey of the Reggae Vibrations sound system in Philadelphia, PA.

After years of trying to perfect his craft, Xyclone soon caught his big break after meeting up with veteran Dancehall megastar, Spragga Benz who had been instrumental in the rise of fellow Dancehall superstar, Assassin. Xyclone recalls his meeting with Spragga Benz in 2007; a meeting which helped build their chemistry off-stage before ever working together on it.

 “We were watching a movie, The Black Wall Street to be exact. I never forgot that night, it was December 26th, Sting night and the artist did a eat some vegetables and beans. And wi did a reason about the plot of the movie’ nothing music, just a reason like we knew each other for years,” he said.

From there, it was all systems go for Xyclone’s career as he then signed to Spragga Benz’s highly regarded Red Square stable, which features other bright up-and-comers such as Briggy Benz, Tajji, Bad Gal Bambi and Kemmikal. As a member of Red Square Tropical Heat Productions (RSQTHP), Xyclone has brought along his writing, producing and engineering abilities to the table, immediately showing his multi-faceted traits.

After showing his potential on track such as Champagne Life and Not Again (Fake Friends) in 2010, Xyclone quickly ascended within Dancehall’s ranks the following year as he unveiled several noteworthy tracks such as Nuh Frighten Wi, Back It Up and It’s My Earthstrong which showed his potential to successfully garner support within the underground ranks as well as in the clubs.

In 2012, Xyclone has asserted his presence even more with tracks such as Money & Girls as well as Baddest? Explain Dat, a song which took lyrical shots at fellow up-and-comer, Masicka while also showing off his strong vocals and proving himself as a worthy threat within the industry.

All of his attributes have led to Xyclone performing alongside many of Dancehall’s best including his mentor, Spragga Benz, Beenie Man, Demarco and Mavado. Additionally, he’s worked with several noted producers such as Llamar ‘Rif Raf’ Brown (Notice Productions), Bobby Chin (Black Chiney), and Red Square’s own Survivor Slim who also hails as one of his managers along with Roy Fearon.

Having secured a Bachelors of Science degree in Finance, Xyclone has shown himself a full-rounded person who can achieve great things away from the microphone.

With his resume’ boasting several commendable accomplishments, Xyclone looks to continue his run towards superstardom.

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Khago calls out Assassin, feels betrayed by fellow deejay

Breakthrough Dancehall star, Khago has launched a scathing attack on fellow prominent artiste, Assassin, who he believes disrespected him following the release of a somewhat controversial new song.

Last month, Khago unveiled his single, Three Sum on the Supa Hype produced Juicy Riddim which raised some eyebrows given the mainstream perception that he’s a Rastafarian due to his long dreadlocks. As a result, Assassin released a song entitled, Bun Freaky Act, perceived by Khago and several Dancehall enthusiasts as a direct counteraction to Three Sum.

In Bun Freaky Act, the artiste otherwise known as Agent Sasco deejays, “Right now the thing a run slack, The armzhouse fi stop, Why Ras a beg three some, Mi bun freaky Ras, Yo cyan tell mi yo conquering Lion, Yo a dog from yo waan eat di cat.”

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Camille Kaye performing the Marvin’s Room Remix “You Could Do Better”

At first glance you may well see a harmless, innocent young Artiste. Very soon you are forced to stop, look qand listen as this choreographer, dancer, songwriter, and singer disarms you with her immense and varied talent. Camille Kaye, the enviable quadruple threat, possesses a velvet vocal instrument enhanced by training she received at the Wolmer’s Dance Troupe and Xaymaca Dance Company in Kingston, Jamaica, as well as Florida International University where she was awarded a Bachelor of Arts in Dance with Honors.

Camille Kaye’s career in dance boasts a diversity and range beyond others her age performing all over the globe to audiences as diverse as her experience. Across the Atlantic to the East for an international dance conference (DaCi) in Holland and all over the West at countless events in Jamaica, as well as in her current base Miami, FL. She has worked with renowned choreographers Tanisha Scott and Kameica Reid, been featured in numerous music videos and danced for Brick and Lace, To-Isis, Onaje, Carlene Davis, Bling Dawg and Alaine.Camille’s enviable writing talent, with a sense of maturity and depth beyond her years becomes evident through her lyrical content complemented by her musical choices including working with several of Jamaica’s and Florida’s young and fast rising producers. As a singer/songwriter she has already performed at major concerts such as Atlanta Jerk fest and Miami-Broward Carnival.

Born Camille Tiffany-Kaye Fletcher in Kingston, JA. on October 15th 1989, she not only has the Jamaican colors: black, green, and gold running through her veins, but an undeniable host of talents also passed through her bloodline from her parents who were both amazing singers. Robert and Marcia Fletcher, who were no strangers to the difficulties of the music business, only wished their beloved daughter to have a love for music. However, they were oblivious to the level of talent she had been blessed with and paid no attention to her growing catalog of cassettes and CDs.

As a young girl Camille was always set center stage entertaining family and friends with her energy-infused movement. Little did they know there was a great singer being hidden deep beneath the confident dancer too shy to reveal her vocal talent. Nevertheless, behind closed doors Camille would sing along with her favorite artists such as Lauryn Hill and Mariah Carey, hoping, though having no idea how, to one day fill their shoes. She became well known in Kingston for her choreography and dancing, winning numerous competitions, dancing at different events, back-up dancing for various reggae artists on stage and in music videos, but still kept her singing to herself. One night Ms. Kaye found the courage to sing for a friend who immediately introduced her to Dancehall producer Supahype of 007 Music. With absolutely no experience in songwriting or the recording process she wrote and nervously recorded her first song, leaving the crowded studio in awe. From that point on she continued working with Supahype along with other local producers until leaving for Florida to attend Florida International University in 2007.

While attending FIU, Camille made contact with Dancehall producer Nynex of Calibur Entertainment. She recorded with Nynex what would later become one of her first releases, “Ring Di Alarm”. Even though college was her main priority Camille was determined to balance her love of music with her intense workload as she changed her major from Aviation to Journalism to Music and finally, to Dance. In addition to recording and being a full-time college student, she also began teaching dance, and arranging choreography for various groups when she met Duane “Midilord” Summers, a producer/engineer and former production manager and engineer for Dancehall/Reggae superstars Sean Paul and Shaggy. Midilord produced her other release “Not Like This” and is now closely working with Camille to further build her career.

Camille has her sights set on international stardom, inspired by the successes of acts like Sean Paul, Rihanna and Beyonce. She is eager for an opportunity to do collaborations with or to create choreography for the likes of Usher, Keri Hilson, Missy Elliot and Bruno Mars, Reggae superstars Damian and Stephen Marley and Reggae/Dancehall phenomena Tanya Stephens and Assassin, among others. Here is a multi-talented Artiste, who is bent on touring the world and being a role model for young women. Here is a young Artiste who is ready for the international scene and comes “fully loaded” and ready for the World.

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Tad’s Record releases new Dancehall compilation

Due to the overwhelming success of The Phantom Vol. 1, Tad’s Record is pleased to announce that The Phantom Vol. 2 will hit digital outlets and retail stores on Tuesday, April 17th. For the second installment of this new series that focuses on emerging and/or re-emerging talent, Tad’s Record has chosen fast-rising star Popcaan and reenergized lyrical masters Assassin and Aidonia. In addition, I-Octane is back by popular demand on the new Phantom with brand new singles.

Popcaan’s meteoric rise among Jamaica’s new crop of Dancehall deejays is underscored by the international success of his single “Only Man She Want,” which made its Billboard debut earlier this month at #89 on the Top R&B/Hip Hop Singles chart. “Only Man She Want,” is one of the featured singles on The Phantom Vol. 2, as well as his summer anthems “Ravin,” and “Party Shot.”

When asked about being a featured artist on The Phantom Vol. 2, Popcaan replied “yeah man, it’s great. ‘Nuff respect Tad’s.”

Two well respected lyricists that have surfaced from the new millennium crop of Dancehall artists in the mid 2000s, both Assassin and Aidonia have refocused and recharged their energies over the past year, spewing out a series of stinging new tunes. Assassin’s biting “Talk How Me Feel” and Aidonia’s naughty “Caribbean Girl” are just a couple of the fresh singles included on The Phantom Vol. 2.

“Popcaan is one of Jamaica’s brightest new Dancehall artists. He’s doing better than predicted internationally, and  he’s definitely at the forefront of the latest generation of deejays right now,” says Tad’s Record owner and founder Tad Dawkins. “Assassin and Aidonia have really stepped up to the plate over the past year, and are doing incredibly well. I believe we’ve got great songs from great artists on The Phantom Vol. 2, material music fans will love and appreciate.”

I-Octane, one of the featured artists in The Phantom Vol. 1, returns on Vol. 2 by popular demand – largely due to his overwhelming popularity and extensive body of new material. The Phantom Vol. 2 includes I-Octane’s single “Cyaan Do We Nutten” and his brand new single “My Story.”

The Phantom Vol. 2, featuring Popcaan, I-Octane, Assassin and Aidonia will be available digitally and in stores on Tuesday, April 17th. For more information on The Phantom Vol. 2, contact Tad’s Records (Miami) at 305-654-6130 or [email protected] or Tads’ Records (Kingston) at 876-929-2563 or [email protected], or visit www.tadsrecord.com.

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Mp3: Agent Sasco (Assassin) – Cant Hold Dem Liquor – Aurora Skies Riddim

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Mp3: Assassin aka Agent Sasco – JPS – Big Dog Riddim

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Video: Assassin aka Agent Sasco – @ Reggae Jam Festival – Germany, August 2011

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Video: Assassin aka Agent Sasco LIVE at Follow Di Arrow – 2011

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Assassin aka Agent Sasco and Tony Matterhorn LIVE at Igloo 2nd Anniversary 2011

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Assassin a.k.a. Agent Sasco performing at Club Zen in Trinidad

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Mp3: Assassin – Girls Dem

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Video: Nicky B ft Agent Sasco – Try My Love & Every Gal

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Mp3: Drake feat. Assassin – Over Remix

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Mp3:Rihanna and Assassin aka Agent Sasco Rude Boy Remix

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Ghetto Palms 82: Style and Swagga!

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This astronomical new brand production from Ballaz aka Damian Hall and Nigel Whitfield has been breaking my head open all week, probably because Max Glazer has been getting behind it extra extra heavy in his sets at Rice n Peas and Santos Fridays. Not only does it provide a great vehicle for Beenie Man sounding like the old Beenie and Assassin sounding like the new Buju, but the beat itself has a bigness that to paraphrase Mr. Glazer, “actually sounds like fucking dancehall.” Which is to say it sounds like Giorgio Moroder improvising on synth live at Passa Passa while lit on Red Bull and Guinness.

Style & Swagga blend
Banana Clipz, “Talking Drum” (white label)
Assassin, “ Wanna Be Ballaz”
Einstein, “Stronger”
Beenie Man, “Good Inna”
Focus, “Name Brand Moggling”
Mr. Lexx, “Mi Waah Know”
Tifa, “Boasy Wid It”
Wayne Marshall, “She’s All”

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Both the intro and outro are me dubbing the riddim track in and out over “Talking Drum” a nice little oddment from Banana Clipz aka Chief Boima and DJ Oro11. A beautiful polyrhythm but also a good excuse to mention that Boima’s new EP African by the Bay is available right now at Dutty Artz. Translation: FREE PALM WINE –and the Gaza/Gully war is over, so hice it up!

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Christopher Martin, D Major & Assassin – “Real Friends”

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Assassin “Same ting again”

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