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New Reggae Riddim Ft. Jah Cure, Richie Spice, Marcia Griffiths & Many More (@Tadsrecord)

OLD-KING-COLE-1000x1000The Old King Cole Riddim is a do over of the Vanity Riddim in a 2018 style. This was a foundation rhythm in the transition period between Ska and Reggae music and it  epitomizes the evolution of Jamaican Music. With emphasis on a solid bass-line coupled with sophisticated yet relatable lyrical content, Old King Cole Riddim has resurrected and revitalized the mystical Reggae sound.

The featured acts on this project each carry the beat with a melodious sound and take the listener on a rhythmic ride as their lyrics skilfully accompany the savvy Reggae beat. The Old King Cole Riddim is filled with feel good music which is welcomed by all music lovers, showcasing both veteran artists such as Marcia Griffiths, Sugar Minott, seasoned Reggae singers such as Richie Spice, Brigadier Jerry, and Annette Brissett, as well as a selected group of younger artists who have rose to the challenge, Zamunda, Jah Cure, and Etana, I-Octane, Hezron, Bugle, and many more.

Click here to stream and download the full riddim from iTunes.


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Just In: Duane Stephenson Will Perform In New York On March 17th (@FromAugustTown)


We’ve just been informed that Duane Stephenson will be taking his soulful reggae vibes to New York on Saturday, March 17th when he performs at the popular Mist Harlem (46 West 116th Street NY).

For additional information about this event, please visit the venue’s website at: http://mistharlem.com

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New Dancehall Release: Bugle – Rise Again

BugleWith his melodious distinct sound, Billboard charting reggae singer Bugle’s latest release “Rise Again” is an inspirational ode for all music lovers. Distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital, and produced by Burnout Records, “Rise Again” is a must have for all music collection.

“Rise Again” is now available on all major digital outlets such as Spotify, iTunes, Deezer and more http://smarturl.it/BugleRiseAgain

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Beenie Man & Wormbass Set To Shoot Video For Their Collaboration “Bring Back The Paradise” (@KingBeenieMan)

wormbass and beenie manBeenie Man & Wormbass are now planning the official video for their track “Bring Back The Paradise,” which is featured on Wormbass’ album, Reggae Man. Though an exact date has not yet been determined, both men recently met to discuss ideas and concepts for the visuals.

Reggae Man was released in 2016 on the Jah Birth record label. The project has fourteen songs (including one bonus track), and in addition to the Beenie Man collaboration, it also features combinations with Sabina, Mtuba Thulisa Brothers and Puzma.

Click here to listen to “Bring Back The Paradise”


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I-Octane Reveals Artwork for Upcoming Album (@Realioctane)

I OctaneInternational recording artist I-Octane has unveiled the cover art for his third full length album titled “Love & Life.” Produced under his own production company, Conquer The Globe Productions, the long awaited album features 17 tracks with the addition of 2 bonus tracks when you pre-order the album.

Love & Life” offers just that, songs that relate to every day situations. From the infectious love ballad “Let Me Love You,” to the cheeky hit single “Pretty Loud” featuring twice GRAMMY nominated J Boog. Having teamed up with many exciting producers, the array of songs display I-Octane’s vocal fluctuations, smooth riffs, upbeat percussion, unique uptempo style paired with rhythmic chants and thoughtful lyrics deliver an album deemed to become a classic.

Cover Credit:
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Photographer- Wade Rhoden
Graphics- Paul Davis


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Zally’s “Call on Jah” Video Shoot set for tomorrow, Feb. 22nd (@ZallyBuff)

zallyRecording artist Zally will be shooting the official video for the track “Call on Jah.” This is the lead single from his recently released EP with the same name. The video will be shot in and around St. Petersburg and Tampa Bay in Florida on February 22nd. It will be directed by Trae Libra.

“Call on Jah,” the seven-track EP, was officially released on February 1st on the C-Hawk Productions label. It is now available on iTunes, Amazon and all other digital platforms where music is sold.

For additional information, persons are encouraged to visit Zally’s website: https://zallybuff.com

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Shootii’s Bio (@shootii_music)

hallreid 6 studio 1Karl Reid, professionally known as Shootii, is an industrious dancehall recording artist based in New York City.

Though Shootii currently resides in New York, he was born in Trout Hall, Clarendon, where he lived with his grandparents until the tender age of twelve. He then moved to Kingston to be with his mother as his grandparents relocated to Nigeria. While in Clarendon, he attended the Trout Hall All Age School and was passionately involved in track and field. Even though he was extremely good in the sport, he did not follow through with it because he ended up leaving the school to join his mother in Kingston.

Upon arriving in Kingston, Shootii soon realized that his mother could not afford to send him to school so he took it upon himself to learn a trade. He got into tailoring (which he learnt from a friend in West Kingston) and became so good at it that he considered pursuing it as a career. However, he only spent about five years in Kingston, because at age seventeen, he had to move again, this time to join his father in New York City.

As he transitioned from a boy to a man in New York’s rich and diverse musical culture, Shootii slowly began to get into the entertainment industry. Growing up he was always drawn to music on some level, whether it was taking part in church services (which were insisted on by his grandparents), or listening to a lot of 80’s and 90’s dancehall and being captivated by the lyrical prowess of artists like Lt. Stitchie and Buju Banton. Music always fascinated him! As such, once he became a U.S. citizen he began travelling back and forth between Jamaica and New York, networking and learning as much as he could about the craft of music. On one of his many trips, he got the opportunity to see Buju Banton rehearse at Penthouse Recording Studio in Kingston; he decided then and there that he was going to commit himself entirely to the music business.

He met and developed a close relationship with recording artist Frisco Kid, who took it upon himself to teach him as much as he could about the dancehall industry. Frisco Kid also opened a lot of doors for him by introducing him to Beenie Man and members of the Shocking Vibes Crew. In addition to that, Shootii also got a chance to record at Buju Banton’s Cell Block studio. He did a song entitled “Big Gun No Fun,” which unfortunately did not get a lot of promotion because he had to return to America.

After years of keeping a low profile, Shootii met and began working with Chemist in 2017 (a producer who is linked with established artists: Spice, Aidonia and others). He recorded and released a catchy dancehall single, “Long Time,” which was inspired by a friend’s betrayal. Since its release, the song has been getting good rotation on radio stations in Jamaica, America and the UK. Shootii and his team are now committed to promoting the record while simultaneously working on new music.


Twitter: https://twitter.com/shootii_music

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/shootii_music

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Shootii-416549488783656

YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCuJAtEKSrcUqTT7NatA5NhA

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Hu’manuwah’s Reggae EP “The Awakening Volume 1” Now Available For Free Download (@HUMANUWAH1)

Humanuway - The Awakening Vol 1Spiritual messenger Hu’manuwah has decided to make his EP, “The Awakening Volume 1,” available for free download. The project, which was initially released a few years ago, features eight very powerful songs centered on spiritual growth and mind mastery. Though the record is being released on his own Soul Journey Universal Records label, several producers contributed their musical skills to the project.

“The Awakening Volume 1” track listing is as follows: Earth Is A School, Grow Spiritually, Human Indoctrination, Indomitable Spirit, It’s Within, Mankind Must Evolve, Rough Road and You Are Greater.


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New Reggae Video: Lutan Fyah – Guns Get So Prevalent (@lutanfyah1 ‏)

Lutan FyahLutan Fyah releases the official video for the powerful track: “Guns Get so Prevalent.” Produced by Irie Sounds International, this song and video speaks to the epidemic of violence plaguing Jamaica.

Set to an upbeat roots riddim that includes live horns by the legendary Dean Fraser, the lyrical depth of this song is bound to make listeners think while enjoying the message of peace and upliftment.

Click here or on the image above to watch the video. 

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New Reggae Release: Christopher Martin – Give a Little Love (@Iamchrismartin @krushproofmuzik)

Christopher MartinKrush Proof Muzik and Christopher Martin joined forces to put out a beautiful song titled, “Give a Little Love.” On this one, Christopher touches on the violence and negativity that unfortunately seems to be dominating the island (Jamaica). The song is available in two mixes: reggae and acoustic.

Click here to stream and download from iTunes.

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Lt. Stitchie will receive a Lifetime Award at the 36th International Reggae & World Music Awards (IRAWMA)

stitchie lifeLt. Stitchie will receive a Lifetime Award at the 36th International Reggae & World Music Awards (IRAWMA). This is for his more than 35 years of outstanding contributions to reggae music over the years, and it’s in addition to his Best Gospel Entertainer nomination.

The 36th IRAWMA winners will be presented on Sunday, March 18th, 2018, in conjunction with the 37th Annual Chicago Music Awards at the Logan Center for the Arts – University of Chicago in Illinois.