Bugle’s uptempo single, “World Party,” which was released a couple months ago now has some visuals. The official video was shared on his YouTube channel on Nov. 14th and it’s been getting nothing but great reviews.
Featuring popular disc jock Razz (formerly of the duo Razz & Biggy), the Lion Eye Records produced single has been making steady in-rows on both the local and international scene, enjoying spins on several platforms across the Caribbean, Israel, Japan, the United Kingdom, parts of Europe and the U.S.
Click here or on the image above to watch the video and remember to like, comment and share.
Established reggae artist, The Informative History Man, recently re-recorded his popular song “Canadian Prime Ministers,” which was originally released approximately six years ago. Much like his other tracks, “Canadian Prime Ministers” educates listeners, in this case, about the prime ministers of Canada, starting from the very first to the current.
Ragga-soul artist Karamanti, who grew up in Canada, where she spoke both English and French, was asked to join The Informative History Man on the remix. She added a completely different element to the record by voicing all her parts in French.
“Canadian Prime Ministers – Remix” is now being mixed and mastered and will be released soon.
CLICK HERE TO WATCH STUDIO SESSION
Pressure Busspipe & Sizzla (Photo Credit: Empress K)
Hot Fiyah Entertainment & VAS Productions present the SYZYGY Music Festival on Saturday, December 29th at the Royal Dockyard in Hamilton, Bermuda. This event is all about celebrating the best in Reggae and Soca music, with part proceeds going towards the Chewstick Foundation Charity.
There will be performances by: Sizzla Kalonji, Bunji Garlin, Pressure Busspipe, Orlando Octave, Marlon Asher, Izac King, Rasta Rockstar, Fiyah Marshall, General Kaution, Ponaflex, E Levelz, Combat, Live Wires and many more surprise artists & DJs… Host for the evening is Ninja Cutty.
Incarcerated Jamaican reggae singer, Buju Banton, will be released on Saturday,
December 8, 2018. As he gets ready to return home, the artist is obviously in an
expectant mood; here is the message he shared on his Facebook page a few days
“In light of the adversity I have encountered, I feel the need to stress that my
only desire going forward is peace and love. I only want to be associated with
my craft. Having survived, I want to share the good news and strength of my
music. I just want to continue making music, which I’ve devoted my life to. I
look forward to the opportunity to say a personal thanks to my fans and everyone
who supported me.”
Jamaica Festival Of Colours, a food and drink inclusive event, will take place on Sunday, December 16th at The Aqueduct (Montego Bay, St. James, Jamaica) from 2 to 10 PM. The organizers have confirmed the king of the dancehall, Beenie Man, as the headlining act for this year. He will be supported by some of Jamaica’s most trendy selectors: Jazzy T, ZJ Liquid, Kurt Riley, DJ Tippy and the world immortal Stone Love Sound.
General admission is $5,500 JMD, however, students with ID will pay only $4,500 JMD. Tickets can be purchased online HERE.
The Caribbean queen of soca, Alison Hinds, has just released a new ‘feel good’ soca tune called Wave. Produced by Big Rich at the Pungalunks Music Factory, Wave is one of those songs that has a timeless vibe to it. It’s not your typical aggressive soca record, it’s much more laid back.
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Romeich Entertainment, in association with Magnum, presents the 2018 Magnum Explosion featuring performances by: Bling Dawg, Agents Sasco, Ding Dong & Ravers, Aidonia and others.
Magnum Explosion takes place at Melbourne Cricket Oval in Kingston, Jamaica on December 14th from 8 PM until… This is a 18 and older event.