Gramps Morgan Shares New Video From His “Deeper” EP (@grampsmorgan)

In September of this year, Gramps Morgan – a member of the international reggae group Morgan Heritage – released a six-track EP titled Deeper. The project can appropriately be classified as soul music fused with Caribbean rhythms, done in acoustic style.

At the end of November Gramps shared the official video for track #3, Butterfly. If you have not yet seen the visuals, click here or on the image above to check it out, and remember to like, comment and share.

Big Feet Records Taps Natural Black For New Ska Release (@bigfeetrecords)

Next week Friday – on December 9th – Big Feet Records will share a new ska tune performed by Natural Black, titled Mission to Conquer

The song is a labor of love by executive producer Josh Harris, who after reviewing some of Natural‘s previous recordings felt he was a good fit for the track. Black, a Guyanese from Georgetown who is currently based in Kingston, Jamaica, was able to write and voice the tune almost immediately after being approached. Following the initial introduction and once Harris‘ vision was made clear to all relevant parties, the synergy between both brands – Big Feet Records and Natural Black – was seamless.

Natural Black started out by voicing for such legendary producers as Gordon Lee, Jack Scorpio, Freddie McGregor and Beres Hammond. His distinctively smooth and mellow voice left an impression in the forefront of the new-roots and culture movement that was happening at the time. With a slew of modest hits, Natural Black steadily gained fans and recognition, and in 2006 became an international success with the chart topping single Far From Reality

Josh Harris and the rest of the team at Big Feet Records are excited about this upcoming release, as they’re confident all lovers of ska music will enjoy it.


Romain Virgo Collaborates With Nadia Batson On New Soca Tune “Nothing Better” (@Nadia_Batson)

Old Talk Riddim, the new three-track EP from Trinidadian singer, songwriter and producer Nadia Batson, features collaborations with Romain Virgo and Farmer Nappy, as well as the Extended Play’s instrumental.

At the end of November – on the 29th – she released the official video for the track done with Romain Virgo; a throbbing soca tune titled Nothing Better. The stunning visuals, which shows the two overtly committing to each other, is an accurate reflection of the words in song.

If you have not yet seen the clip, click here or on the image above to check it out, and remember to like, comment and share.

George Nooks “Surrenders All” In New Video! (@Tadsrecord)

The man who burst on the scene as a dancehall deejay in the 70s, using the moniker Prince Mohamed, has just blessed us with the visuals for one of the tracks featured on his 2021 album, Through It AllGeorge Nooks – via Tad’s Record Inc. – released the official video for the well-liked Christian hymn, I Surrender All, in mid November (on the 18th to be exact).

Although the words in the song were penned more than a century ago by Judson W. Van DeVenter, an American art teacher and musician who subsequently became a music minister and evangelist, it is this reggae remix – produced and sang by George Nooks – that’s got the reggae community’s attention.

And, despite the fact that Nooks has achieved financial success, countless accolades and worldwide recognition as a secular recording artist, he has – since the start of his career – been committed to singing reggae-gospel music. This dedication became apparent when his grandmother died in 2001. He had this to say about I Surrender All and some of his other gospel recordings: “From I was little I listened to some of these songs in church. My grandmother was the mother of the church and I used to be there with her all the time.” 

I Surrender All can be streamed and downloaded from iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music and all other major music platforms, courtesy of Tad’s Record Inc.; and the video can be viewed on their YouTube channel.

New Reggae Release From Sizzla “Jah Did”

Released in mid November via Addis Records, Jah Did is the newest single from reggae-dancehall artist Sizzla Kalonji. On top of a melodic reggae rhythm laced with horns, Sizzla gives praises to Jah as he sings: “only Jah alone can mek it work – he that created the heaven and the earth.”

Since it came out, Jah Did has been getting strong support from the international reggae community, especially those based in Europe. Click here to stream and download Jah Did from your preferred music platform.

KashieF Lindo’s Remake Of “Coldest Days Of My Life” Is Masterful (@KashieFLindo)

In 1972, before KashieF Lindo was born, The Chi-Lites – an American R&B/soul vocal group from Chicago, Illinois – released their LP, A Lonely Man. This was their fourth studio album, on which was featured the beautiful ballad, Coldest Days Of My Life.

Fastforward to 2022 and KashieF Lindo, the beloved Jamaican performer with an unmistakably silky voice, has decided to put his spin on it. Coldest Days Of My Life is the newest single from HeavyBeat Records, a miami based imprint operating under the direction of legendary producer Willie Lindo (who is also KashieF‘s biological father).

On November 25th the reggae rendition of Coldest Days Of My Life went live on all music platforms. It was composed by the team at HeavyBeat Records, which includes Paul Douglas on drums, Willie Lindo on guitar and KashieF Lindo on everything else, (bass, piano, organ, keyboard etc.) including lead and backing vocals.

This reggae remix is masterful. Stream/download it now!


Burna Boy Will Perform In Jamaica On Dec. 18 (@burnaboy)

Nigerian pop-star Burna Boy is on a world tour in support of his sixth studio album: Love, Damini. The afrobeat record was released in July of this year, and it features several international performers including Jamaican dancehall artist Popcaan.

That said, Burna Boy will be doing a full set at the National Stadium in Kingston, Jamaica on Sunday, December 18. We are still not clear on who else will be on the show.