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Imperial Dancehall Knowledge

Imperial releases new album, ‘Dancehall Knowledge – Volume 3′

Imperial Dancehall Knowledge Prominent Jamaican artist and producer, Imperial seeks to impart more wisdom within the music world in 2014 as he has released his new studio album, Dancehall Knowledge – Volume 3, featuring a mix of songs sure to uplift and entertainment the masses.

Released Feb. 7, Dancehall Knowledge – Volume 3showcases 15 tracks, including familiar hits such asDays like These and Real Ghetto Story. This sure-to-be acclaimed album also features songs for the lovers such as Be My Wife and Your Love, for those who enjoy the night life like Ravin as well as motivational songs such as Shall Not Be Moved, Opportunity and Full Time Dedication.

This album is a much anticipated follow up to his 2011 compilation, Dancehall Knowledge – Volume 2 which featured songs such as Just Party, Miss Virtuous and Deadly Assault – The Tivoli Saga, a song which spoke on the infamous uprising in the inner city community of Tivoli Gardens in Kingston. It also gave you collaborations with the likes of IkayaMonster Hemp Higher andKhari Kill. The first installment of Dancehall Knowledgewas released in 2008.

Dancehall Knowledge – Volume 3 is now available for purchase on iTunes and is a recommended listen for music lovers in search of authentic, thought-provoking content mixed with some fun and relaxing vibes.

Recently, Imperial has been promoting his single of the album, Promise and also enjoyed a tour of the United States near the end of 2013.

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Alley Cat Idling

Alley Cat wants young people to stop ‘Idling’

Alley Cat IdlingVeteran entertainer and producer, Alley Cat has long been an advocate for progress in his music as evidenced in his new single, Idling, which explores why young people are constantly confronted by regression in their daily lives.

Idling sums up the current status of Jamaica’s youth in a society which hardly affords them the opportunity to make something out of their lives and develop skill sets beneficial to the island’s development. Too many young Jamaicans are either jobless or uneducated, thus leading them astray into criminality, unwanted pregnancy or wandering the streets, all points Alley Cat illustrates in his plea to politicians to allow them quality opportunities.

“No work mek idle heads get hot, dem hungry so dem nah go tek no chat, go rob up Babylon, shoot it, drop, jus’ fi put some food inna pot,” he deejays as he implores the government to “stop di yappity yap,’ and act before the country’s future is continuously put at risk.

The official video for Idling was released in late April and features cameos from friend and fellow prominent deejay, Mavado as well as his protégé, Karian Sang. It gives an eye-opening tour through Kingston’s inner cities, showing how deep this problem as he seeks to encourage young people to keep the faith and stay out of trouble as they try to help themselves and their families out of difficult situations.

Known for songs like Why, No More Garrison and Days Like These, Alley Cat has proven he is a champion for poor people’s causes and uses his lyrics to make people conscious of their reality instead of numbing their minds with fantasy. Idling is a cry to ensure that every young person’s potential is fulfilled and to truly make Jamaica reach unlimited heights.

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Alley Cat

Alley Cat says there will be ‘Days Like These’ in new single

Alley CatProminent Jamaican entertainer, Alley Cat a.k.a ‘The Imperial’ has kicked off his 2013 campaign with the release of a new track sure to alert society of the times we all live in.

The CEO of Imperial Productions recently unveiled his thought-provoking single, Days Like These as he speaks of the struggles and dangers experienced daily through Jamaica’s inner cities. Alley Cat takes us into his world with Day Like These, outlining his trials and tribulations as a youth, experiencing nightmares of the crime and violence he witnessed in his neighbourhood.

Using classical elements meshed with a pounding beat, Alley Cat immediately sows lyrical seeds in the thoughts of music lovers as he recalls,“Memba from di age a 4, mi see machine mek head a bore,” as he recalls the days when his mother slept on the floor and used various remedies to help soothe his physical and mental scars.

However, through all the strife surrounding him, Alley Cat’s mother steered him in the direction that ultimately led to his present day success as he eloquently points out in the chorus. “Mama tell me, ‘Yuh see da road deh? Nuh choose it. Yuh see da two pound a iron deh? Nuh use it. Jus’ bill and gwaan work pon yuh music..and him will shine him light on you.”

Days Like These shows Alley Cat’s willingness and dedication to uplift the people and said people, including industry players, have responded positively to the track. To further illustrate his messages of inspiration and hope, The Imperial released a video for Days Like These. The visuals can not only be seen across RETV, HYPE TV and CVM TV, it has become a favourite amongst Caribbean television networks in South Florida. \

This commendable effort by Alley Cat is just a sample of the entertainer’s commitment to being more than just a singer or deejay, but a leader of change amongst his people throughout 2013 and beyond. To follow up on this success, Alley Cat promises more uplifting songs for his fans as he’s currently working on a new single and video which will drop simultaneously.

You can buy Days Like These on iTunes and check out the official video via YouTube.

Whether enjoying success of battling failure, as Alley Cat has, Mama said there would be Days Like These.

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