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Musiq Soulchild, Erykah Badu, De La Soul & Common Are All Confirmed For Chicago’s Wintrust Arena On Dec.9th

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Hip-hop and R&B lovers based in Chicago, Illinois are in for a treat this December, as Musiq Soulchild, Erykah Badu, De La Soul and Common are all confirmed for the Wintrust Arena on December 9th. The venue is located at 200 E. Cermak in Chicago and the organizers are anticipating a sold out show.

The event, which is dubbed The V Show, will begin promptly at 7:30 PM and tickets, which range from $59 to $129, are now available via Ticketmaster.

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New Hip-hop Video: Talib Kweli ft. Anderson .Paak – Traveling Light (@TalibKweli @AndersonPaak)

Talib KweliConsistency should be his name; Brooklyn MC, Talib Kweli is back at it again. On November 17th he dropped his brand new video for the track “Traveling Light,” which features Anderson .Paak. The visuals is loaded with appearances from several A list celebrities: Mos Def (Yasiin Bey), Q Tip, Spike Lee, Dave Chappelle & many more.

Click here or on the image above to watch this amazing video and remember to like & share.

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Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Damn Tour’ 2018 European Dates (@kendricklamar)

Kendrick LamarIn February 2018, Kendrick Lamar will kick off the European leg of his ‘Damn Tour,’ which initially started in early July of this year. He already wrapped up approximately 36 dates in North America and will now embark on 15 dates in Europe.

Here are the confirmed European dates and cities for the ‘Damn Tour’:
Feb.07 – Dublin
Feb.09 – Birmingham
Feb.10 – Manchester
Feb.11 – Glasgow
Feb.12 – London
Feb.13 – London
Feb.15 – Frankfurt
Feb.22 – Cologne
Feb.23 – Amsterdamn
Feb.25 – Paris
Feb.27 – Antwerp
Mar.01 – Copenhagen
Mar.02 – Oslo
Mar.03 – Stockholm
Mar.05 – Berlin

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Chronixx Kicks Off Caribbean Tour (@ChronixxMusic)

chronixxChronixx and the Zincfence Redemption Band kicked off the Chronology Caribbean Tour on Saturday, November 18th at the Guyana National Stadium. They will be hitting Trinidad on Friday November 24 at the Jean Pierre O2 Complex and then on Saturday, November 25th, Grenada will see the performers at the National Cricket Stadium.
The Likes singer takes the party to one of his biggest fan bases- Kingston, Jamaica, at Mas Camp on Friday, December 1st, then on to the island’s tourist capital, Montego Bay at Pier 1 on Saturday, December 2. The shows will feature Chronixx, Protojé and Essah along with other supporting acts.
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Jah Vinci Performs In Sweden On December 8th (@RealJahVinci)

Jah Vinci SwedenNuh Linga Sweden presents former Gaza Empire member, Jah Vinci, live in concert on Friday December 8th. Also on the lineup is UK’s recording artist Don Andre. Both men will be supported by: Talawah, Safari and Big Belly Sound, as well as the Nuh Linga Crew and others.

The event takes place at Kraken Stockholm (Rökerigatan 1D, 121 62 Stockholm, Sweden). This is an 18 and older event which will go from 22:00 to 03:00. Tickets are available here.

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DJ Nicholas, Lt. Stitchie & Others Confirmed For Samuel Medas’ Album Launch In Guyana

Royalty PosterOn Saturday December 2nd, two of Jamaica’s top-tier Reggae/Dancehall Gospel artists, Lt. Stitchie and DJ Nicholas, will join other Caribbean acts (John Yarde, Carl Damon, Blessed Messenger, Christina Richardson and Melissa Vandeyar) at the Royalty album launch and concert in Guyana.

Royalty is the 2017 studio album from Guyanese Gospel artist, Samuel Medas. The event will take place at the National Sports Hall Tarmac in Georgetown, Guyana from 6 PM until…

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Bugle releases 40-track compilation (@BugleMusic)

Bugle MusicHaving a surfeit of tracks namely Boom BoxCherish LifeReal Survivor and Live Love Laugh, (the latter featuring Popcaan) enjoying premium rotation across the diaspora, reggae artist Bugle has been in the studio working assiduously concocting a new mixtape to capitalize even further on this upsurge.

The project titled Spontaneous is a collective of 40-tracks spanning both the Reggae and Dancehall genres with guest appearances from An9ted Entertainment affiliates Alexx A-Game and Samboni while production credits come courtesy of noted producer and disc jock Razz Attack.

Alluding to the compilation Bugle says, though he would love to give all his fans a copy of the Be Yourself‘ album, it’s not financially feasible but also in the same vein he doesn’t want to leave them empty-handed, hence the creation of a mixtape.

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New Reggae Video: Rayvon – Trouble Again (@RAYVON_MUSIC)

Rayvon - Trouble AgainGTC Entertainment & Evidence Music is proud to present the official video for Rayvon’s single “Trouble Again” on the Up Riddim. The Riddim is a collaboration with the spanish producer Heavy Roots and it features ShaggyMillion Stylez & Rayvon.

“Trouble Again” video was directed and produced by Irie Eyez Entertainment. Persons may watch it via the following link or by clicking on the image above:  https://youtu.be/SgfvLvx2Ekg

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Karamanti’s New Single, ‘Wake Up’ Now Available On iTunes

Wake Up - KaramantiRecording artist Karamanti’s new single, “wake up,” which is on her own label, Blakkwuman22 Music, is now available for digital download (iTunes, Rhapsody, Amazon, Deezer etc.).

“Wake Up” is an aggressive, confrontational, dancehall record with a catchy hook. It was officially released on Friday, November 3rd, and it’s being distributed by Zojak Worldwide LLC.

Click here to download promo MP3.

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Shanti Force – Biography (@shantiforce)

Shanti Force bioAshan Shanti Force Crosdale, born July 24th, 1995 is a young reggae dancehall artist, signed to the Wyzelife Productions Ltd., who Grew up in Hackney, East London.

He was always a student that was working above national curriculum average. He passed his GCSE’s at Mossbourne Academy with an A grade. He aspires to be a well known artist and as such places a lot of emphasis on the positive messages in his music, and catchy choruses.

He has been performing on shows from a tender age via his father, Lion Wyze, who took
him around to shows and helped publicize the young talent. He performed at shows such as ‘Justice in the East,’ a show with Junior Reid, ‘Oneness Concert,’ ‘UK reggae showcase’ and many others. Shanti Force‘s slogan is: “Front Page Nuh Back Road.” As such, he has songs such as “Do it My Way Girl” and “Thunder Roll” which was written from the age of 7. His talent has not gone unnoticed and has secured collaborations with Jamaica’s Iyara and he was also featured on Gappy Ranks’ new album, Pure Badness, with a song called
“Turf War.”

His career took off on a wider scale in 2016 as he was booked on shows overseas; opening for Kalado in Germany, performing on the Exit Festival in Serbia and the
Sea Dance Festival in Montenegro. He has since then continued to master his craft and entertain his supporters with high energized performances. He recently returned from a
promotional tour in Jamaica where he opened for Sizzla at MargaritaVille (Ochi Rios) and performed At Bourbon Beach in Negril alongside Khalilah Rose. He also did several other smaller scale shows.

Since returning to England he has been in the studio working on a reggae project set to be released in The new year. Shanti Force hopes to continue creating his buzz and build up his fan base. Look out for more from the Young Rising Star.

For bookings and/or inquiries, persons are being asked to email johnwyze@hotmail.com or call +447947327520

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The Illest DJ Fou4 – Bio (@DjFou4)

DJ FOU4Andre Antonio Hines A.K.A The Illest DJ Fou4 is a selector who plays a variety of genres: Reggae, Dancehall, Hip-hop, R&B, Soca, Alternative, EDM and Retro.

He hails from the beautiful island of Jamaica, in the parish of St. Thomas, and was born at the Princess Margaret Hospital to mother Evett Davidson, also called Joan, and father Ronald Hines (who use to select music as well). At birth, Andre was four pounds and two ounces, hence the name DJ Fou4. Initially he was called Daddy 4 and then over time, as he began to advance in his craft, he adopted the title: The Illest DJ Fou4.

He grew up with his mother and 6 siblings (3 brothers and 3 sisters) in White Hall, St. Thomas. One by one all his brothers and sisters eventually migrated leaving him with his mother, aunties, uncles, cousins and grandparents. The first school he attended was the Flemmings Basic School in Seaforth; he then went on to Seaforth Primary. In the 6th grade, he successfully passed his common entrance for Morant Bay High School. DJ Fou4 was on the track and field team for a short while but all his interest was in music, not just listening and playing it, but also dancing to it. He was an excellent dancer and at lunch break and after school he and his friends would play the Bug Riddim and he would do the bogle and Jerry Springer dance to wow the girls.

According to Fou4, “high school was the best part of growing up.” He was a member of a dance group called Krazy Squad. They entered the JCDC festival and partook in the community’s Unity Vibes Police Youth Club. They were successful by all accounts and were awarded with trophies, medals, certificates and cash prizes.

The Illest DJ Fou4 started playing music professionally in 2012. It all started when his friend Gary (also known as Picture Frame) allowed him to play on his sound system. It was then that he learned to mix and blend the right songs, paying attention to things like tempo and BPM (beats per minute). At first, his family was not supportive of his career in music. He recalls both his aunt and mom constantly telling him that, “music should only be a hobby, not a career.” He was not moved by their opinions, instead, he kept on working on his craft and as a result he improved so much so that he is now a resident DJ on Stylz FM, Portland’s #1 radio station. Now his mother is one of his biggest fans. She is always tuning in to his radio show and gives him constructive criticism. The Illest DJ Fou4 is on air every Thursday from 5 to 9 PM and again on Saturday nights on the DETOUR show from 8 PM to midnight.

The sky is the limit and DJ Fou4 is well aware of that fact. As a result, he is currently working on dominating the airwaves, bringing his unique vibe and energy to his audience. Stylz FM airs on the following dials across Portland and surrounding Parishes: 96.1, 96.5 and 96.7 FM. In addition to playing on the radio, DJ Fou4 also does regular mixes (mixtapes) for both street and digital distribution.

Follow The Illest DJ Fou4 on all his social media platforms.
Soundcloud: www.soundcloud.com/djfou4

YouTube: www.youtube.com/TheDjfou4

Hulkshare: www.hulkshare.com/DJFOU4TheILLEST

Facebook: www.facebook.com/DjfourTheillest

Instagram: www.instagram.com/djfou4theillest

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RedBoom; The Engineer Behind Aidonia’s ‘Yeah Yeah’ & ‘Banga’ + Popcaan’s ‘El Chapo’ Now Available For Hire (@RedBoom26)

RedBoomRicardo ‘RedBoom’ Reid, the engineer that mixed Aidonia’s recent hits: Yeah Yeah, Banga and Hot Tool, is now available for other musical projects.

As the CEO and owner of Hard at Work Music, RedBoom is, and has always been, committed to consistently delivering the highest quality of mix and/or production, regardless if it’s for his label or someone else’s. In addition to the aforementioned records, he also worked on the following tracks:

  • Popcaan & Dre Island – We Pray
  • YVP Productions – 1 Guh Riddim
  • Masicka – Top Striker
  • Spice – Sheet
  • Good Good Productions – Money Mix Riddim (Spice & D’Angel)
  • Popcaan – Stray Dog + all songs on the riddim
  • Damage Music – Savage Life Riddim
  • And so much more … (songs were mixed by RedBoom at FFR Studio)

Persons wanting to have their song(s) mixed/mastered by RedBoom should send an email to info@mjent.net