Posted on 20 May 2014.
Sexy songstress, Kim Kelly just returned to Canada from a promotional media tour in Jamaica. The busy two weeks saw Kim stopping by the various radio and television sets to re-introduce herself to her beloved island.
“Going back to my homeland was an amazing feeling. Promoting myself and networking while making time to have fun was the easy part, leaving is where it was hard for me. I wouldn’t change this experience for the world, met some.amazing people and worked with some. Jamaica helped me find myself as an artist ” stated Kim.
It was indeed a cathartic experience for the singer as she also hit the studio with the acclaimed production team of UIM Records. The label is responsible for various chart topping hits by some of the biggest name in the industry.
Of the experience Kim said “I recorded about 3 songs with UIM but the 2 we are currently focused on is one called “Plans fi yuh” on the Top Class riddim. I wrote the song, then I have another with UIM Recording artist Blak Diamon called “Touch”and with that we both wrote our parts. Recording with UIM felt like home for me. They saw my potential and pulled it out with a lil guidance, and I’m definitely looking forward in working with them again.”
Top Class Riddim also features Blak Diamon, Chevaughn, TOK, Richie Loop amongst others and will soon be available on iTunes, distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital.
Enjoying her busy schedule, the sexy singer is gearing up to film the video for the UIM Records produced single “Plans Fi Yuh” this upcoming weekend in Toronto, Canada before heading to Boston to perform alongside international dancehall star Konshens on May 31st. The songstress will then head to Europe to continue her media tour.
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Posted on 13 January 2012.
A recent single from emerging Dancehall superstar, Popcaan has drawn the eyre of Jamaica’s Broadcasting Commission; resulting in its removal from local airwaves.
Nuh Box Pon Jaw, a song recorded last October on the UIM Records produced Nymphomaniac Riddim will no longer play on Jamaican radio and television following the Commission’s decision that the track’s content promoted violence. The Broadcasting Commission advised Popcaan regarding his violation; announcing on Friday their reasoning for the ban.
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Posted on 14 June 2010.
New Jersey based dancehall recording artist Patrick Mullings
more popularly known as “Conflict”
will this week visit the island to shoot the highly anticipated video for his hit single “How Can This Be”
featured on the “Like Me Riddim”
from UIM Records.
The video which will be directed by Chris “Icey Jace” Campbell Of Icey Jace Film Factory will be shot over a two day period at several locations in and around Kingston. The new video is expected to officially introduce Conflict to the local entertainment fraternity as the deejay is already making strides in the states performing just recently at a concert headlined by the “Swagg Dag Didi” himself Mr. Lexx.
With CTS “Chart Topping Single” written all over the project, local T Shirt design company I LOVE JA wasted no time in coming on board as sponsors providing several Male / Female pieces from there collection to be included in the music video which will be edited by Mykal Cushnie of DSE Media who is known as one of the best in the business.
The single from Conflict can best be described as an eye opening social commentary which offers inspiration to listens while providing them with useful tips on how to prosper in a world jealously and greed.
Conflict who is managed by Damarco Production based in New York is also making waves with another new single for the summer entitled “Own Up Yuh Man” on the Billboard Riddim from PayDay Music. A native of Annotto Bay St. Mary Conflict is confident the mainstream doors of Dancehall will open for him in 2010.
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