Taken from his “Dolla Van Riddim” EP released last year, Busy Signal is now sharing the official visual for the project’s main single with the same name. Shot in the NYC area, the video for Dolla Van was done in a manner to highlight the popular transportation system currently in place in various urban communities across the United States.
The visual, which is directed by Warrior Films JA and LMR Pro Productions, is now available for viewing on Busy Signal‘s VEVO channel; click here or on the image above to watch and remember to like, comment and share.
Following stellar performances from all three men at the Long Walk to Freedom concert, the organizers of Reggae Sumfest have added Buju Banton, Beres Hammond and Chronixx to their lineup for 2019.
The event is scheduled for July 14th through 20th in Montego Bay, Jamaica.
On Saturday, June 1st, the legendary Roots Crew will host the 2019 staging of their annual picnic at The Mann Center at Fairmount Park (5201 Parkside Ave) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. They have committed to performing songs from their album, Things Fall Apart, in honor of the record’s 20th anniversary.
Patrons will also be treated to sets from 21 Savage, Davido and a host of others. For all information, such as tickets, direction, full lineup etc. visit http://rootspicnic.com.
Unitec Entertainment in collaboration with Good Times Ent. Most Wanted 4 Life and Empire present Mavado Live in Concert on Saturday, June 15th at the Jolie Event Center (5240 Panola Industrial Blvd.) in Decatur, Georgia.
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The official video for E.G.‘s trending soca single, “Head Gone” is now available for viewing via YouTube. The visuals, which were shot by Roti Killa in Queens, New York, tells the story of a rum loving raver (E.G.) who gets drunk at a night club and is consequently robbed of all his jewelry by a woman he was trying to pursue.
As the song has been getting a lot of rotation, particularly from selectors in the NYC area, fans, friends and colleagues came out on the day of the shoot to show their support. The files were then sent to Jamaica for editing by Maria Jackson.
“Head Gone” is one of five songs featured on the Start Up Riddim by BKA Records, which was initially released at the end of 2018.
On Saturday night, Buju Banton, also known as Gargamel, hosted what is being called one of the best concerts to be held at the National Stadium in a while, The Long Walk To Freedom.
With a lineup that includes some of the best reggae and dancehall artists in the business (Cocoa Tea, Etana, Christopher Martin, Romain Virgo, Marcia Griffiths, Beres Hammond, Wayne Wonder and many more), plus the first performance from Buju Banton, since being released from prison, the people came out in numbers. Patrons flew in from Europe, North America as well as other Caribbean islands to share the experience with Jamaicans at home.
Everyone who attended the event have said how much they enjoyed the show and laments on the fact that Buju Banton is still at the top of his game. The artist performed for approximately an hour, belting out hits after hits, while squeezing in one and two freestyles. It’s now clear that the unfortunate dust up between him and his son did not affect the event in anyway, shape or form; If anything it had more people tuning in.
The dancehall and afrobeat queen, Aurelia Dey, will join Essa Cham and Jeepstarr for a live show at Mortens krog (Kungsgatan 17) in Uddevalla, Sweden. All acts will be supported by Rough Lynx Sound, one of the more popular sound system in Sweden.
Fans and supporters of Aurelia can expect an extra special performance as the event, which is dubbed Backyard Bashment, will take place on her birthday, March 22nd. The show will begin at 22:00 and there is an entrance fee of 150Kr.