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Nesbeth Shares Snippet Of First Single From Upcoming Album (@NesbethReggae)

Nesbeth black & whiteFor the past few years recording artiste Nesbeth has lived a life filled with physical and spiritual trials and triumphs, but through it all, what has become evident is the strength of his mental resolve and a noticeable growth in his music.

Nowhere, is that better showcased than in his latest offering titled ‘Remove My Enemy,‘ the first single from his upcoming album A.M.E.N. The song alludes to Nesbeth asking the Almighty to eliminate the foes from his life but in an ironic twist, he notices the sudden disappearance of many of his close relatives and friends.

“I ask God to remove my enemies and close friends start to fall. Anuh every family a relative can’t trust nobody at all. Some of the worst fight weh me ever get a from the same people who benefit, from every hard work, every sweat.” – excerpt from Nesbeth’s ‘Remove My Enemy

Radio rotation on the Sweet Music produced single is expected to commence this week, as the Rastafarian singer continues work on the completion of the album.

Produced on the Entertainment Soul recording imprint, ‘A.M.E.N,’ the album, though still without an official release date is slated for the last quarter of 2018.

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Headline Entertainment Now Accepting Bookings For DJ Kurt Riley (@djkurtriley @HeadlineJamaica)

DJ Kurt Riley

Having spent 16 years on radio, veteran Disk Jockey Kurt Riley, definitely has the know-it-all on what it takes to deliver a successful event. The DJ has expanded his brand to include: multiple play-outs, music production, and execution of entertainment events. In fact, one of his recent music project was the production of the Jambe-An rhythm, which has seen the international success of the Charly Blacks’ single Party Animal.

To book this artist or for additional information contact Headline Entertainment.

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New Release from Morgan Heritage “Wild Side” (@sparkiebaby @morganheritage)

Morgan HeritageWith the 2016 Grammy award for the Best Reggae Album, Morgan Heritage has firmly cemented their name in history. The versatile band has just released a hit bound sizzling summer single titled “Wildside.” Produced by renowned ZJ Sparks’ imprint label Twelve 9 Records and Brain Freeze Records, “Wildside” is a dancehall crossover track with a catchy melody.

It is now available worldwide on all major outlets courtesy of 21st Hapilos Digital. Click on the following link to listen and download from your preferred music platform.

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Karamanti Signs Album Deal With Arioso Legato Music & Shares First Single (@ariosolegato @Blakkwuman22 @Karamanti)

00000_zps9ccf94abKaramanti has just entered into an album deal with New Jersey based Arioso Legato Music. This means that the artist will be releasing a full studio album before the end of 2018. Alfonso R. Mitchell-Rios, the producer and CEO at Arioso Legato Music, is known for creating rap / hip-hop sounding rhythms, so Karamanti’s fans and supporters will be treated to a completely different side of the artist.

As it relates to content, Karamanti has committed to making the entire project uplifting and inspiring as she aims to help those that have gone through, or is currently going through life challenges. The first single from the not yet named album is “Be Yourself.” This is a record which: 1) encourages persons to seek answers and directions from within as oppose to without, and 2) be their authentic self.

Members of the public can download “Be Yourself” from Karamanti’s digital store, while DJs and industry insiders can request a copy of the song by contact MJE, Karamanti’s publicist or Blakkwuman22 Music, her record label.

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Marcia Griffiths works with Chronixx and Sly & Robbie on new single (@DonsomeBooking @QueenOfReggae)

Marcia Griffiths

Veteran singer Marcia Griffiths is hoping to score with her latest single Queen of Paradise. The song is produced by the legendary duo Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare.

Queen of Paradise was written for me by Chronixx and it was produced by Sly and Robbie‘, said Marica in a media release.

This isn’t the first time Griffiths has worked with the famed riddim twins. Her 1996 album Land of Love which features the track Stay, was also produced by Sly & Robbie.

Griffiths, who earlier this year signed with the Donsome Booking Agency for representation, continues to score hits on the South Florida and The Foundation Radio Network (TFRN) Reggae charts.

In March, Too Good at Goodbyes, reached number three and number five respectively on the South Florida and TFRN charts. Last year she topped both charts with King of Babylon.

Griffiths recently performed at the Kaya Festival, Oxygen Fete series in Bermuda and the Love and Harmony Cruise.

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New Video: Kabaka Pyramid ft. Damian Marley – Kontraband (@Kabakapyramid @damianmarley)

KontrabandFocused on smuggling the message of righteousness, justice, awareness through his music, Kabaka Pyramid is adamant on delivering a potent type of music to the ears of the people. Too often the music with a message of upliftment is not shared and more often silenced from the masses, therefore he is prepared to push it like a contraband.

Off his debut album the infectiously catchy Reggae title track, Kontraband produced by Damian ‘Jr Gong’ Marley, delivers the true essence of what Kabaka Pyramid album represents. The visuals, directed by Eric Coleman, was captured in the desert of California and shows both Damian Marley and Kabaka Pyramid being removed from their tour bus in search of contraband. With the made for movie type video, you are immediately drawn into the activities taking place and wondering what will happen next. Both Kabaka and Damian depict the profiling, which many reggae artists face while on tour. Throughout the video the officers search the artists to find a possible forbidden substance and instead find CDs. What the artists are smuggling is music, music for the masses.


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The Health Food Man, Macka B, Confirmed For The 2018 Aarhus Reggae Festival (@mackab)

Macka BJam Link International, the organizers of the annual Aarhus Reggae Festival, has announced that Macka B, the UK based reggae artist, will be the headlining act for this year’s Dancehall Night.

Macka B, is a British-born, Jamaican reggae artist, performer and activist, with a career spanning thirty years in the United Kingdom and Jamaica. According to, “Macka B was one of Britain’s most influential dancehall toasters.”

The Aarhus Reggae Festival will be held at Voxhall – which is located at Vester Allé 15, 8000 – in Aarhus, Denmark, on August 24th and 25th. Macka B’s performance will be on the 24th.

For additional information about this event, visit the official Facebook page.

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Agent Sasco & I Octane Headlines Atlanta’s Reggae Summer Jam – June 23rd (@AgentSasco @Realioctane)

Sasco OctaneOn Saturday, June 23rd, both Agent Sasco and I Octane will perform at Atlanta’s Reggae Summer Jam at the Jolie Event Center (5240 Panola Industrial Blvd.) in Dacatur, Georgia. The men will be supported by Anthony Steele, Blade Supnelse and Palmdan.

Music will be provided by Copper Ash, Propa English, DJ Prince Charm and Super Mario. Persons can purchase tickets HERE.

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New York Based Dancehall Artist, Shootii, Making An Impact In Jamaica With New Single “Style” (@shootii_music @cjthechemist)

Shootii Press ReleaseReleased earlier this year, Style, a catchy dancehall song by New York based recording artist Shootii, is getting steady rotation via some significant platforms in Jamaica.

In addition to being featured on popular digital channels like Akam Entertainment, Style is also getting rotation on IRIE FM and is even now being played at some of the biggest dancehall sessions on the island; namely, Uptown Mondays and Stone Love’s Weddy Weddy Wednesdays.

Style is a typical club / street record, on which Shootii laments about his “style and pattern” that’s making him virtually irresistible to women. The artist and his team are now putting ideas together for an official video.


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Registration opens June 25th for 2019 SXSW Artist Submissions (@sxsw)

Budlight Event - 2017 SXSW Conference and FestivalsArtists can start to apply for the 2019 SXSW ‘Showcasing Artist’ slots as of June 25th. Selected artists will benefit from career changing exposure and publicity provided by the amazing mix of influential participants who attend SXSW every year.

Showcasing at SXSW means performing in one of Austin’s famous live music venues for 30,000 industry reps, 3,000 media members, and thousands of fans and fellow musicians from all over the world.

Click here for more information.

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Bugle Tackles Relationship Issues In New Videos (@BugleAn9ted)

BugleComing on the heels of an exhilarating performance at Sharkies Seafood Restaurant – as part of the ongoing Appleton Estate Signature Nights series – Reggae singer Bugle, over the weekend, unveiled a pair of music videos tackling intimate relationships and the myriad of issues surrounding them.

The visuals for ‘Unstable’ and ‘Replay,’ the latter featuring female songstress Shuga, debuted on Saturday night via his official VEVO account ‘Buglean9tedVEVO’ to rave reviews. Shot throughout the Kingston and St. Andrew metropolis by filmmakers Damaniac Visualz and Slick Studios, respectively, the videos form part of an intense promotional campaign currently being undertaken by Bugle.

Watch the official video for ‘Unstable’ here; and the official video for Replay’ here.

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New Dancehall Video: Bugle – Unstable (@BugleAn9ted)

BugleCheck out the brand new video for the track Unstable, from one of Jamaica’s most underrated artist, Bugle. Yet again Bugle gives us matching visuals for a powerful record which deals with a very serious problem; that is the issue of persons getting into intimate relationships for the wrong reasons.

Click on the image above to watch the video and remember to share and leave your comment.