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COLUMN: Dancehall today more about hype that hits

Demarco and RickyCarty

By: Marc Parc

A threesome involving two girls in masks, a live sex show, a borage of videos filled with cheeks of the below the belt variety and occasional quips about oral and anal sex.

No, I’m not describing features on Pornhub or XVIDEOS, but Dancehall in 2014; a genre filled with recent, overexuberant attempts to gain attention within the music world and create controversy. From established acts such as Demarco to young artists including Ricky Carty, there has been a seemingly concerted effort to correlate Dancehall and porn in music videos, not necessarily for your enjoyment, but to garner buzz in the media that they would not have attained through any other means. After all, sex sells right?

Let us not be naïve, controversy has long sold records and appealed to hardcore followers of ‘fast Reggae’ since it became popular in the late 1980s and early 90s. However, since the turn of the decade, controversy has not only become an ingredient to the recipe of success within Dancehall, but the main ingredient; in some cases, the only ingredient. Though there have been some instances of top-quality Dancehall music being produced, lyrical content and originality are drastically lacking, thus causing many acts to resort to extreme measures, including visually, to reel in fans and keep them paying attention and downloading their material.

When a young phenom such as Alkaline came along with his Not A Slack Song video and later, tattooed eyeballs (though whether they’ve been tattooed continues to be debated by the masses), he instantly garnered attention before people ever really paid attention to his lyrical content. Unlike others, he has managed to last thus far because of his flow and understanding of the industry, making him an instant star. However, time will tell whether the gimmicks and sometimes questionable lyrics (the anal stimulation lyric in Love You for example) that accompany his act will wear thin or allow him to stay the course.

Other acts have tried this route in the last year or two, with mixed results. Tommy Lee Sparta stood out in 2011 and 2012 with his occasional demonic references in his music and the scary performance getup to match. While fans were seemingly OK with it for a few months, their patience grew thin, often chastising him for his content via social media and other means; leading to his reduced impact within the Dancehall scene in the last year and a half as his continued demonic references and sudden switch to more positive songs have been met with a collective ‘ho hum’ from the masses back home.

Looking to build momentum following a nasty feud will fellow deejay, Spice, Macka Diamond struck gold with the sexually-charged, chart-topping anthem, Dye Dye. Seeing how well-received the song was, she then turned up the ante and then some for her follow-up single, Twist Me by, let say, having a man taste a different type of meat in her kitchen. The visuals were a distraction from the average content the song itself offered, and got lots of criticism from music lovers who felt the imagery crossed boundaries. On the contrary, said imagery worked as far as creating online buzz was concerned.

Dancehall, pre-2011, did not need the overbearing sexual references and risqué image changes to become popular. Metaphors, similes and smartly introduces touches of edginess made the genre more original and easy to follow. Perhaps we should have seen this coming though.

Since the Broadcasting Commission’s outlawing of gun lyrics on Jamaican airwaves in 2008, more entertainers have been forced to be more original and cunning with their lyrical content and imagery. However, many veterans and up-and-comers have over-relied on sexuality to gauge interest from the public at large, thus resulting in an ample amount of explicit videos and promotional pictures exasperating T & A to get their points across; with explanations from managers, promoters and artists themselves centering around the copout that they’re ‘giving the people what they want.’ Did they survey fans asking what they wanted? And, even as enjoyable as sexuality it, once pushed so often, said fans will get tired eventually.

These stunts only cover up the big issue at hand, that variety and tasteful conceptualization has been disappearing from what still is the biggest genre in Jamaica. However, with Reggae music now regaining the consciousness of the people, in part thanks to the fresh young talent such as Chronixx, Dre Island and Jesse Royal, Dancehall must now challenge itself to get back to its roots and stop relying on exaggeration to get points across. It has become a hype machine, where hits aren’t necessarily the aim, but pushing agendas that get the media and fans talking. What artists don’t realize, are that they aren’t necessarily being talked about for the right reasons, which only leaves the genre in a bad place.

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Demarco blasts critics of ‘Ride’ video, axed from Youth View Awards

Demarco 2014Popular Dancehall artist, Demarco has been dropped from the upcoming Youth View Awards days after releasing a controversial video for his single, Ride, which consists of strong sexual content throughout.

Reports Wednesday say organizers of the award show, set to take place Feb. 1 at the National Indoor Sports Centre in Kingston, made the move to drop Demarco from their performance lineup. No definitive reason was given for the move by organizers

Released on Monday, the video for Ride shows Demarco engaging in sexual acts with two naked women wearing disguises. One of the women appears to simulate oral sex on the deejay and get on top of him during the five-plus minute long video, while the ladies engage in sex acts on each other.

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Mixtape: DJ CHUTA – DANCEHALL TIME MIXTAPE VOL 7

Mixtape: DJ CHUTA – DANCEHALL TIME MIXTAPE VOL 7

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01.INTRO – EKLYPSE
02.ANDRIDE FT EKLYPSE – VIBEZ THEM SICKA
03.TWIN OF TWINS – SO MUCH THINGS
04.CHAM – LAWLESS
05.CHAM – STRIPPER POSE
06.VERSION – 630
07.BOASY – 630
08.VERSION – MEAN MAN
09.DAJIGGA – MEAN MAN
10.VERSION – ALL OUT
11.POINT O – ALL OUT
12.VERSION – DONE SEE DEM
13.DEMARCO – DONE SEE DEM
14.BEEZ – RIDE AS U LIKE
15.VERSION – NO CHIP TO MY BRAIN
16.DI GOVANAH – NO CHIP TO MY BRAIN
17.VERSION – MY CONFESSION
18.DEMARCO – MY CONFESSIONS
19.VERSION – SPECIAL KINDA GYAL
20.MAVADO – SPECIAL KINDA GYAL
21.VERSION – EVERYTHING YOU NEED
22.VYBZ KARTEL FT. GAZA SLIM – EVERYTHING YOU NEED
23.VERSION – WEED SMOKERS
24.VERSION – FLY OVER BADMIND PEOPLE
25.I OCTANE – FLY OVER BADMIND PEOPLE
26.VERSION – NAADA LEVEL
27.HICE WATA – NAADA LEVEL
28.COLLIE BUDDZ – LIVE LIFE
29.VERSION – GONE TOO FAR
30.CHAN DIZZY – GONE TOO FAR
31.VERSION – PARTY VYBZ
32.VYBZ KARTEL – PARTY VYBZ
33.DE’VIOUS – GIVE THANKS
34.NINJA KID – NATURE A RISE
35.T’NEZ – HEARTLESS
36.MASICKA – LIVE THE LIFE
37.ZAGGA – LITTLE SOMETHING
38.VERSION – CROSSFIRE RIDDIM
39.TWIN OF TWINS – BIG TRACY-ANN
40.NINJA MNA – BUNN
41.TWIN OF TWINS – CHRISTMAS A COME
42.KIPRICH – HEAD A BUNN
43.VERSION – FACE OFF RIDDIM
44.AIDONIA – PSALMS
45.SEAN PAUL – TALLEST
46.DI GENIUS – PRAY
47.MAVADO – DISRESPECT
48.VERSION – STREET BOMB RIDDIM
49.BLAK RYNO – MI DISCIPLE DEM
50.BEENIE MAN – BURN DEMON AND GOAT
51.MATTERHORN – DEATH FROM THE RED PLANET
52.BOUNTY KILLER – DI GAAD
53.VERSION – RADIOACTIVE RIDDIM
54.BEENIE MAN – BADDA DAN DEM
55.KHAGO & ZAMUNDA – MI DI GAL DEM A TALK BOUT
56.ZAGGA – DAT IS A MUST
57.POPCAAN – YOUTH AFFI BORN
58.VERSION – INCURSION RIDDIM
59.KIPPO – FEAR NO EVIL
60.NAVINO – CAH FEAR ME
61.MAVADO – NOBODY TILL SOMEBODY KILLS YOU
62.KALADO – SQEEZE IT
63.MUNGA FT SASSY D – BUBBLE
64.DEMARCO – REAL QWENGA
65.ELEPHANT MAN – POSITION
66.TOMMY LEE – BRAVERY
67.VYBZ KARTEL – CONVERTIBLE
68.VERSION – DUTCH POT RIDDIM
69.GYPTIAN – HERE I AM
70.NAVINO – WE NUH RUN EEN
71.PUMPUTAE – DASH OUT
72.MUNGA – DRACULA FI SCREAM
73.VERSION – SOAK
74.BENCIL – ANYTIME DI RAIN A FALL
75.TIANA – MAD OVA ME
76.CHARLY BLACK – LOVE ME
77.DAVILLE – COME MEK WE TOUCH
78.VERSION – 1990 RIDDIM
79.FRISCO KID – DAT MI LIKE
80.FRANKIE SLY – NUH BOY CYAA
81.SPICE – CYAAN MANAGE IT
82.MR LEXX – NUH MORE THAN YUH
83.VERSION – BAR BOUNCE RIDDIM
84.ELEPHANT MAN – HAPPY
85.BLAK RYNO & MARKUS – BAR AFFI SHELL
86.BEENIE MAN & FAMBO – LETS MAKE A TOAST
87.MAVADO – LIVE MY LIFE
88.VERSION – BED KNOCKINGS RIDDIM
89.TWIN OF TWINS – BIG TRACY-ANN
90.NINJA MNA – BUNN
91.TWIN OF TWINS – CHRISTMAS A COME
92.KIPRICH – HEAD A BUNN
93.VERSION – FACE OFF RIDDIM
94.AIDONIA – PSALMS
95.SEAN PAUL – TALLEST
96.DI GENIUS – PRAY
97.MAVADO – DISRESPECT
98.VERSION – STREET BOMB RIDDIM
99.BLAK RYNO – MI DISCIPLE DEM
100.BEENIE MAN – BURN DEMON AND GOAT
101.MATTERHORN – DEATH FROM THE RED PLANET
102.BOUNTY KILLER – DI GAAD
103.VERSION – RADIOACTIVE RIDDIM
104.KEIDA – WINE FI YUH
105.MR VEGAS – LOVE ZONE
106.DEMARCO – EVERY GYAL A MINE
107.LEFTSIDE – NAUGHTY
108.VERSION – DOG BITE RIDDIM
109.T.O.K – GYAL MAD PON DI BUDDY
110.TIANA – MINE DI DOG BITE YUH
111.SEAN PAUL – NUH BADDA WID DEM
112.KONSHENS – GUERILLA FOREVAH
113.VERSION – SMEAR BASS RIDDIM
114.T’NEZ – HUSTLE [GO HARD]
115.I-OCTANE – LIFE
116.NAVINO – DOLLAR SIGN
117.PATEXX – MORE MONEY
118.NAVINO – IT’S ALRIGHT
119.BABY CHRIS, DING DONG & NEW KIDZ – PARTY LIFE
120.BEENIE MAN – STYLE
121.DEMARCO – MAKE ME PROSPER
122.VERSION – THE KING RIDDIM
123.I OCTANE – STILL NAA RUN
124.I OCTANE – STILL NAA RUN
125.AGENT SASCO – MY OWN
126.ALAINE – US AGAINST THE WORLD
127.VERSION – HOLIDAY RIDDIM
128.ONTON – BROAD OUT
129.DEABLO – WINE N TURN ME ON
130.TONY MATTERHORN – ONE LIFE
131.AIDONIA – SWEAT UP YUH BODY
132.ROMAIN VIRGO – BEAT YOU DOWN
133.JAH VINCI – NEVER TOO LATE
134.COLLIE BUDDZ – NO TIME
135.CHRIS MARTIN – MI FRIEND DEM
136.VERSION – TROPICAL ESCAPE RIDDIM
137.ALAINE – AMAZING
138.ROMAIN VIRGO – EVERLASTING LOVE
139.CHRISTOPHER MARTIN – TOO BIG
140.ZAGGA – NEVER GIVE UP
141.VERSION – JOURNEYS RIDDIM
142.BUGLE – PRAYER
143.BLAK DIAMON – MY JOURNEY
144.KONSHENS – DON’T DISS MAMA
145.TOMMY LEE – LIVE MY LIFE
146.VERSION – UNSTOPPABLE
147.CHARLY BLACK – UNSTOPPABLE

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Video: Demarco – My Confession

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Versatile calls out Demarco, challenges singjay to lyrical battle

Emerging Dancehall artiste, Versatile has inserted himself into the growing feud between two of Jamaica’s most acclaimed deejays while showing where his allegiance lies in the matter.

The Dancehall world continues to buzz over the recent exchanges of lyrical jabs between internationally acclaimed singjay, Demarco and prominent Dancehall superstar, Popcaan. The two deejays have been beefing ever since Demarco accused the Ravin’ deejay of stealing his style while claiming that the self-proclaimed ‘Gaza Prefect’ is overrated.

How does Versatile fit into this equation you ask? The Romeich Records artiste hails as a long-time friend of Popcaan and after claiming that Demarco has said negative things about him in recent times, the young deejay insists that his recent disses of the Portmore Empire artiste prompted him to get involved.

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Demarco denies seeking attention from Popcaan feud

Prominent Dancehall singjay, Demarco has garnered mass attention across Jamaican music circles after recently calling out breakthrough Portmore Empire deejay, Popcaan. However, the True Friends singer isn’t doing it to raise his profile.

Last week, Demarco claimed in a Jamaica STAR articlethat Popcaan had stolen his style while intimating that the ‘Gaza Prefect’ is overrated and doesn’t have any lyrics. Over the last month, both artistes have traded lyrical jibes; from Demarco’s Kingston City on Rick Ross’ Stay Schemin’ beat to Popcaan’s Fry Yiy.

On Friday’s episode of TVJ’s Entertainment Report, Demarco continued his attack on Popcaan during an interview with Anthony Miller, implying that the Portmore Empire deejay sparks too much controversy with his lyrics while insisting that he’s prepared to return Dancehall music to its heights when Vybz Kartel and Mavado dominated the scene.

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Demarco disses Popcaan, claims deejay stole his style

Internationally acclaimed Dancehall/Reggae artiste, Demarco has taken aim at one of Jamaican music’s breakthrough superstars in the wake of recent speculation over his latest single, Kingston City.

In Kingston City, Demarco allegedly fires lyrical shots in the direction of Portmore Empire deejay, Popcaan. Demarco deejays,“Nuh mek mi mek forensic white chalk the street, yaaooow! Dem thief mi style and nuh ask mi fi it, mi hear behind mi back some bwoy a beat off dem beak but tell dem wey mi si heart nuh leap.”

Since the video for Kingston City was released late last month, fans have wondered if the single was a diss track aimed at Popcaan. In response to the speculation, Demarco insists that the song was done as a freestyle to feature on his upcoming mixtape, Nuh Dirt. However, the Starkutt Records singjay didn’t deny that some of the lyrics in Kingston City were aimed at Popcaan and even accused the Only Man She Want deejay of stealing his style.

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Video: Demarco- Kingston City

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Top 10: Most underrated Jamaican artistes

Though debate lingers as to whether or not the Dancehall/Reggae industry wallows in decline, there certainly isn’t a shortage of good, young talent within Jamaican music.

Yet some artistes, whether still relatively new or polished veterans, either are somewhat overlooked or don’t garner the respect their production deserves. Keeping that in mind, here are ten prominent Dancehall/Reggae acts that warrant more attention for their work than they’ve been given.

10. Natalie Storm: Formerly a part of the dominant trio of divas known as TNT (featuring Tifa and Timberlee), Natalie Storm has always been considered a well-rounded artiste, but somewhat in the shadow of her long-time friends. However, she deserves more consideration than she’s actually received, given her strong international resume’ which includes her hit collaboration with Mr. Vegas (Doggy). That single, along with her highly regarded single, Hotta earned her strong acclaim in Europe and North America as she’s built a growing fan base overseas.

Locally, her star has shone bright in recent months through the release of her sultry single, When You Hold Me as well as the Reggae-themed song, I A’int Missing You showcased varying sides of an artiste that possesses as much lyrical dexterity and sex appeal as her female counterparts. Perhaps, 2012 will be the year she finally earns local recognition as a top-draw act.

 

 

 

9. Stein: In 2011, few artistes released more singles than Gully Squad deejay, Stein whose work ethic can hardly be questioned. Always regarded as lyrical mean machine since his emergence in the early 2000s, Stein stepped up his efforts in 2011 with reputable singles such as Take You for a Ride (feat. Gyptian) Party Hard on the Overproof Riddim and Shell Dung Di Party, amongst several others.

However, his talent, while appreciated on an underground level, hasn’t been appreciated as much via the mainstream. Perhaps, that’s what led Stein to accuse the Dancehall industry of racism in a scathing YouTube rant last month. Hopefully, he won’t be forced to resort to such measures again in exchange for recognition regarding his quality music.

 

8. Raine Seville: Having been away from music for over a year due to the birth of her first son, Raine Seville returned with a bang last year with hit singles like, Showdown, Tra La La and See Dem A Look which reinforced the strong potential she showed after releasing Curious in 2009.  Her strong vocals and easy-flowing lyrics make her a contender for big accolades and in 2012, she’s already made a name for herself, collaborating with Mavado on the sparkling duet, Cheating Games to rave reviews locally.

Certainly making up for lost time, Raine Seville seems poised to take her place as a dominant Dancehall diva going forward.

 

 

 

 

 

7. Demarco – Known for several top ten hits such as Duppy Know Who Fi Frighten, Fallen Soldiers and True Friends, amongst several others, Demarco has a resume that more seasoned artistes would envy. However, it was with Love My Life where Demarco scored on an international level, earning over 30 million YouTube views for the chart-topping single, putting him in elite company with Sean Paul and Shaggy as the only artistes to achieve such as feat.

Though many might consider him in the second tier of top-draw Dancehall acts, his concepts and lyrical delivery warrants even more praise. Iron Bird and 6:30 have already proven so far this year why he merits more credit.

 

 

6. Ikaya: Certainly one of Dancehall’s sexiest acts, Ikaya’s qualities as a musician frankly should garner just as much notice. Whether a risqué, sensual vibe on a Dancehall track or a cool, soothing essence while performing Reggae, Ikaya has proven herself as the total package through internationally-acclaimed singles such as These Tears, Get High and the chart-topping single, Hard Way.

While showcasing thought-provoking singles, Ikaya has also proven herself as a culpable performer with strong sets at Reggae Sumfest 2011 and STING 2011 aswell as a memorable rendition of the classic Bob Marley single, Redemption Song at this year’s Youth View Awards. Ikaya’s heard from scarcely, which might explain why she’s not as highly rated as talent deserves. But in her case, quality does exceed quantity, thus leaving no doubt that she’ll fulfill her high mainstream potential.

 

 

 

5. Denyque: When fans first heard the chart topping single, Can’t Breathe back in 2008, Denyque unleashed a heartwarming voice that elicited countless goose bumps across the world. Expectations quickly rose following her debut and, to her credit, unveiled notable follow-up efforts such as Summer Love and Hooked on Me in 2010.

Since then, many wondered if she’d ever live up to her potential as she released culpable efforts but never quite connected on the charts like expected after her first mainstream success. But with a seemingly more mature attitude, Denyque has re-dedicated herself and, in turn, collaborated with Chino for the smash hit, Driving Me Insane which paid homage to Shabba Ranks’ classic single. Driving Me Insane re-ignited the aforementioned expectations initially placed on her and with more recent hits like Turn My Music Up, To Be in Love and What You Like alongsideDing Dong have renewed her status as one of Jamaica’s best singers.

 

 

 

4. Chino: Along with Driving Me Insane, Chino and Denyque have the underrated tag in common. Living up to expectations set by legendary father, Freddie McGregor and his brother/producer, Stephen ‘Di Genius’ McGregor, Chino is an apparent afterthought when it comes to the discussion of Jamaica’s best artistes. Given his willingness to present unconventional ideas within his music, Chino has become an international success with singles like Protected, From Mawnin, Seal the Link and Handwritings, which was an ode to late Reggae superstar, Dennis Brown. Having previously named Singjay of the Year at the EME Awards in 2010, Chino hails as one of Jamaica’s most versatile products and his lyrical clarity deserves even more local acclaim as his typically conscious vibe brings forth a refreshing aura which Dancehall desperately needs.

3. Busy Signal: Everyone knows Busy’s plethora of number one hits and commercial appeal through various Red Stripe and Red Label Wine. But for some reason, Busy Signal doesn’t get talked about with the likes of Vybz Kartel and Mavado despite over 10 number one hits and a rare lyrical ingenuity that made him a household name.

Disregard the fact he doesn’t perform at STING and Reggae Sumfest every year, his crossover appeal continues to rise as he aims to break down international barriers that Beenie Man, Sean Paul, Shaggy and Damian Marley did previously. Whether a country-influenced single like, The Gambler, a Reggae track like Life or ‘pure’ Dancehall like Swag Tun Up, Busy’s range has never been more evident and with a Reggae album now out, there’s little doubt that this artiste should be in the conversation of Jamaica’s best musicians.

 

2. Tiana: Combine the number of videos that Tifa, Lady Saw and many other female artistes unveiled in 2011 and they still don’t equal Tiana’s total. Her 11 videos in 2011 were unprecedented for a female artiste in 2011 and amongst them, some notable gems such as Pum Pum Phat, Gyal Mi Love Yuh (featuring Konshens) as well as Bruk Out and Wine on the Overproof Riddim.

With a musical resume’ many would envy, Tiana still seeks to earn the respect commercially that she warrants while taking the Dancehall world by storm. Her mainstream following is only now just taking shape after dominating the underground and international ranks and while Tifa and Lady Saw continue to assert themselves as prominent divas, Tiana’s body of work should garner more accolades. Nevertheless, her attempts to grab mainstream attention are finally succeeding as the ‘Princess of Dancehall’ looks to elevate her royal status within Dancehall while leading a very talented group of female prospects.

1.Konshens: Like Tiana to female artistes, nobody is more underrated as a male act that Konshens. Since the hustling anthem, Winner took the local industry by storm in 2008, Konshens’ affinity for the unorthodox has earned him his share of fans and critics in the industry. Whether voicing on frowned upon ‘one-drop’ Riddims or earning few award nominations, Konshens continues to ignore stereotypes as singles like Simple Song, Last Drink (feat. Voicemail) and Do Sumn show aspects of an artiste whose vision goes beyond music but more so, uniting and educating society. His willingness to work with younger artistes shows his optimism for Dancehall’s future and intelligence shown while addressing key music issues make him a well-polished product.

In 2012, Konshens looks to ascend within the Dancehall ranks as he’s already triggered Deejay of the Year conversation with singles like Bad Gal, Gyal A Bubble and Badman Settings. Saying that he merits his place as one of Dancehall’s elite is an understatement. But at this pace, there’s no question Konshens could quickly shed this label as Jamaica’s most underrated artiste.

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Mp3: Demarco – Gal Dem Wan Wine – Jouvert Riddim

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Mp3: Demarco – Gal Dem Love Me

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Mp3: Demarco – Inform

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Mp3: Demarco – Nuff Gal

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Mp3: Demarco – Rest It A Mi Foot

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Mp3: Demarco – Hear My Cry

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Bottle Party Riddim – Beenie Man, Pop Caan, Demarco, Elephant, Bugle and more

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Mp3: DEMARCO – HUSTLE HARD-REMIX

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Riddim: DUTTY GAMEZ RIDDIM – Various Artists

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Mp3: Demarco – Nuh Yes Man Friend

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Mp3: Demarco – Gal Dem Vex

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Mp3:Demarco – I Love My Life

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Mp3: Demarco – Out and Clean

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Demarco Ft. Cecile – Push It

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Demarco – Wine Me Nuh Gyal

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VIDEO: DEMARCO – SHOW IT FEAT CRAIG (VOICMAIL)

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VIDEO: HONEY COMB MEDLEY FEAT THE ALLIANCE

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Demarco Ft. Ding Dong – Badmind Energy

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Demarco Ft. Justin Timberlake – Fallen _ Gone (D&H Remix)

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Demarco – About My Money

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Demarco – “Inna Yuh Hand”

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Demarco – Love A Come Down (video)

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Demarco – “True Friend”

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M.O.P feat. Demarco “Street Life”

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The first page that pops up when you google “M.O.P. myspace” is a link for myspace.com/mashoutpossegunit. The page is tricked out with G-Unit propaganda and even has a banner to pre-order 50 Cent’s latest album, dropping “9.11.09.”. Since bouncing around through more or less every powerhouse rap squad of the past decade, Mashed Out Posse endures for songs like “Street Life,” which sounds like they recorded it on a Brownsville stoop, Hennessy-filled plastic cup in hand. Demarco, who kind of made his name singing the ills of the shotta lifestyle, bookends Fame and Fizzy’s verses, no doubt singing to the garrisons of Brooklyn as well as Jamrock.


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Herbs Promotion – Tarrus Riley, Demarco and Vybz Kartel

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Demarco – “Death Trap”

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Demarco – She’s My Baby

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Fully Loaded would be available on pay per view

With the growing demand from dancehall and reggae enthusiasts worldwide to have the annual event Fully Loaded available for online viewing, Solid Agency, in association with WorldFlavas and Your Watching Tv. Com, is proud to present Fully Loaded 2009 Pay Per View (PPV).

For the first time the annual beach party will be available online live via an upstream from the James Bond Beach Venue. The pay-per-view feature will attract a cost of US$10 before the event date and US$15 on the day of the show.

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Demarco feat Etana – Can I | Buss A Shot

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Demarco – “Beautiful”

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Demarco feat Konshens – Paper Chasing

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Demarco New Tracks

“Mi Nuh Need” 

“Roof Over My Head” 

“Boy Fi Dead” 

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