Yard Vybz Entertainment brought two legends together, Mykal Rose & Assassin, in this amazingly hard hitting track entitled Emotions. The chemistry between the two artists is undeniable as Mykal Rose guides the melodies and Assassin contrasts that style with his deep and raspy sing-jay delivery.
October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month so recording artist Karamanti, who is now working on a new album dedicated to survivors of all types of abuse, sends what some are calling a brave and inspiring message to victims.
Black Culture Entertainment presents “A Classic Christmas Extravaganza” on Saturday, December 22nd at The Garden (4340 N. State Road 7) in Lauderdale Lakes, Florida. The lineup for this show includes: Glen Washington, Errol Dunkley, Pam Hall, Leroy Sibbles and others. All artists will be supported by the Popular Band, while DJ Marlon will provide music in between the live performances.
This event will be hosted by John T. from 1170 WAVS Radio. Advance tickets are $35 and it will be $40 at the gate.
DS Records LLC, in association with The Garden, presents “Reggae Legend Meet The
New Arrival” on Friday, October 19th at 4340 North State Road 7 in Lauderdale
Lakes, Florida. The event will feature several new and upcoming artists alongside
a couple established names in reggae.
Confirmed headlining acts are international recording artists Leroy Sibbles and
Duane Stephenson. There will also be performances from Black Prophet, Charmaine
Limonius and Genah Chris Schleifer. Backing band for the evening will be the Roze
Beres Hammond’s video for “I’m Alive,” which is taken from his new album Never Ending, was filmed at various locations around Kingston including Beres’ own Harmony House Studio. It was directed by RD Studios and it features several top-tier Jamaican artists, namely: Christopher Martin, Jesse Royal, Romain Virgo and many more.
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Believe It, written and performed by Kerry Starr, was recorded in 2007 at the Taxi Records Studio in Kingston, Jamaica. It was produced by the legendary production duo Sly and Robbie on the Tune In Riddim. Though the song was done years ago, back then Kerry was not in a position to properly promote and market the record so she held on to it. Fast forward to 2018 and a more established Kerry Starr is now ready to unleash what she is sure is a hit on to the world stage!
The artist re-released the song a few days ago and is already enjoying rotation from credible radio platforms such as Irie FM. In addition to getting steady radio spins, Believe It is also featured on a number of mixtapes. When asked what she thinks about the feedback the song is getting, a confident Kerry Starr said the following: “I feel good that they like it, I have learnt that good work never goes unnoticed. We just need to keep working. I feel grateful.”
Internationally acclaimed roots reggae group Taj Weekes & Adowa announce the release of their 6th album, To All My Relations (TAMR), slated for worldwide release on all streaming and downloadable platforms on October 12th through Jatta Records and VPAL (the distribution arm of VP Records).
Recorded and produced by Steel Pulse musician and producer Sidney Mills, TAMR is a culmination of the band’s collective experiences, travelling the United States over the last two years in the thick of the current political climate. From Standing Rock to rural conservative America, the band experienced both sides of the socio-political coin.
Internationally acclaimed reggae dancehall music influencer, King Addies, is rolling out the big guns with the exclusive release of “King Addies: 35 Gun Salute” (#35GunSalute) on Billboard.com—the second musical release of their official yearlong 35th Anniversary celebration. An extraordinary follow up to their May 2018 release of “The Killa Collection,” #35GunSalute is a special compilation mix of thirty-five iconic King Addies dubplate (custom recordings) anthems, for the listening experience of their thriving global fan base.
#35GunSalute features dubplates by: Lauryn Hill/The Fugees, Anita Baker, Nas, Snoop Dog, Black Rob, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, McFadden & Whitehead, Dennis Brown, Buju Banton, Supa Cat, Stephen Marley, Beenie Man, Sean Paul, Vybz Kartel, Bounty Killer, Chronixx, Mavado, Popcaan and many more music luminaries.
It will be officially released on October 12th, at 12noon EST, on Billboard.com.
Jamaican, Canadian contemporary reggae gospel artist, Jermaine Wilmoth, has just released the island mix to his track “Do You Believe In His Love.” Known by many as a committed Christian, Jermaine continues to minister to the world through his music. On “Do You Believe In His Love” the singer laments on the undeniable love of God, while simultaneously questioning his audience’s dedication to their Faith.
The song is now available to the public and can be streamed and downloaded via CD Baby: https://store.cdbaby.com/cd/jermainewilmoth
Reggae’s living legend Jimmy Cliff, who recently suffered a broken hip and had to cancel all his October dates, is now doing well. His management team has reported that he is now in rehab and his recovery is going well.
Be sure to follow up with MJ Magazine as we will share Jimmy Cliff‘s new tour dates as soon as they are published.
We are excited to announce that dancehall recording artist Mr. Lexx has just been added to the ‘Pon Di Endz’ lineup. Mr. Lexx will join Wormbass, WildLife, Sycorah, Earth Tremma, Ruach Ru (who is also the host and organizer), Loaded, Charlie Bobus and many more.
‘Pon Di Endz’ will take place on Wednesday, October 31st at Mello Sports Bar & Lounge, located at 16A West Kings House Road in Kingston (from 7 PM to 12 AM). This is a free event that will also serve as the official birthday celebration for Ruach Ru. All are invited!
Recording artist UnLymited has joined a number of reggae and dancehall voices currently speaking out against guns and gun violence in Jamaica. His latest song and video, No Badda With The Gun Thing, sends a powerful message to the would be gun slingers, warning them not to go that route. Needless to say that this record is very timely as once again there is an uptick in gun related killings across the island.
Jordan Morris, also known as UnLymited, was born in Saint Catherine, Jamaica. He later moved, with his mother, to the Tower Hill community in Kingston, where they lived for a few years. They again moved, and eventually settled in May Pen, Clarendon, where UnLymited pretty much spent most, if not all of his teenage years.
UnLymited discovered his talent right around fifth grade when he was in Primary school. His 5th grade teacher gave out a class poem and asked students to put their own spin on the poem. UnLymited did a rap version of the poem and the entire class went wild. From that point on he knew he had the gift of music and he has been performing and following his dream ever since. UnLymited has been influenced by all genre of music and by many artists, both past and present.
Currently UnLyminited is working with MJHmusik on a few singles, with an upcoming album to follow. After years of preparation, UnLymited has emerged as a formidable singer / songwriter in the music industry. With his determination and talent there is no doubt UnLymited will be a major force going forward as he continues on his musical journey.