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Like seriously di song bad bad bad nuh Bloodfire . Shenseea , a fairly new but  solid as any  Dancehall female in the game as we speak, so right now I do hope you all love this one like I do. Hey, she trying something hot right now,

Afro – Dancehall with a hint a Pop .

Shenseea – Shatta


Its the sensational Jamaican dancehall diva, Shenseea who teams up with the African Dancehall King, Shatta Wale on this brand new dancehall song titled “The Way I Move”.

Stonebwoy – New Single …. Bawasaaba

Dotta Coppa .. New Single – We Love Dancehall

Dotta Coppa –   from Jamaica, a former member of the famous Gaza Crew around Vybz Kartel, just released the music video to his new single „We Love Dancehall“ produced by Dancehall Station from Germany. Dotta Coppa also called „Son of the King“, because of his likeness to the legendary King Yellowman, worked with the producers while his trip to Germany in 2017. The song was produced at the home base studio of Dancehall Station which is also a well known party series in Essen (Germany) with shows of Aidonia, Alkaline, Tommy Lee Sparta and many more. The video was shot at the „Dancehall Station Beach Party“ in a natural beach & swimming pool area called „Naturbad“ in Germany.

Pepsi Brown -half Egyptian/Nubian and half European/German

Pepsi Brown is a lyricist and activist. He is never tired and ever busy, flowing his dancehall and dub poetry-like verses on reggae versions, dancehall, hip hop, trap, and grime beats. The new album ”Shadows of the Past“ is dedicated to listeners that seek knowledge and entertainment. It takes you on a musical and historical journey to the original dancehall of the 80’s and 90’s and back to the present and right into the future.
Pepsi Brown started singing dancehall/reggae in 1998. He is well known for his catchy hooks and smart lyrics. The singers’ a.k.a name Da Nubian Don Pon Microphone relates back to his mixed heritage, half Egyptian/Nubian and half European/German. As a member and representer of the African diaspora he honors his royal ancestors. The setting is urban and his voice postcolonial.

Talented New Artist – Keishera // USA / Jamaica

With a voice described as “Anita Baker meets Sade”, singer / songwriter Keishera James exudes pure sexy, soulfulness. Born in Kingston, Jamaica and raised in Brooklyn, NY, Keishera’s sound perfectly fuses the heartbeat of her Jamaican heritage with a heavy R&B influence. The epitome of Reggae-Soul, her raspy alto voice seductively delivers lyrics that tug at your emotions while Neo-Soul blended Rock-Steady melodies, seamlessly will your body to groove.

Bryan Art “Can’t Cut Wi Vibes”

“Can’t Cut Wi Vibes” is the latest track from BryanArt and is the second single slated to be included on Bryan Art‘s upcoming EP. Produced by G-Block Records, this track conveys a sentiment of national pride from a Jamaican perspective and whilst sure to score big with Nationals and  lovers of Jamaican vibes, it will no less stimulate cultural awareness everywhere….Listen

Snoop Dogg Set To Make Surprise Career Move In 2018

In a move that should probably be contextualized by the fact he smokes around 81 blunts a day, Snoop Dogg has declared that he is giving up hip hop and launching a gospel career.
He told Billboard that 2018 will the year he enters the gospel genre as he prepares for a major rebrand.
“I have always wanted to try Gospel,” he said. “This may surprise some people but all I gotta say is get ready for some ‘good for your soul’ music in 2018!” 
It comes after he released his reggae album Reincarnation in 2013 and adopted his Rastafarian-inspired stage name Snoop Lion. The Good Reverend Dogg, anyone?
In the interview he also opened up about his plans for the Christmas period.
“My family and I really just relax and enjoy time with each other,” Snoop added. “The year is always hectic for us so we just chill out. We don’t have any fancy traditions but our holiday is all about good food, good company, and good music.
“My family all comes together to help out but my wife, Boss Lady, always leads the way. She’s an amazing cook and pulls it all together for the holidays. We sometimes have family over to hit the BBQ as well. Nothing like a Dogg family Christmas meal!”
The rapper is no stranger to controversial announcements, back in November Snoop posted a photo on Instagram which sees him standing next to a dead man with a ‘Trump’ tag on his toe.
The image appears to be the final cover to Snoop’s upcoming album, Make American Crip Again.
As you will expect, the picture caused some controversy among Snoop’s Instagram followers, with some warning the rapper that his action might have consequences.
“Expect that phone call from big brother,” one said. “I don’t support trump. Doesn’t mean I want him dead,” said another.
Of course, there were plenty of people who supported Snoop, with one commenter saying: “Say what you will Right Wing Nuts… but that’s gangsta!!”
Oh well, I guess if the gospel thing is to be believed then he could be sacking that kind of shit in, in order to find God.

Hempress Sativa: Unconquerebel


The long awaited album UNCONQUEREBEL by Hempress Sativa will be released on January 7th of 2017. With hits like “Fight for your Rights”, “Twisted Sheets”, and “Rock it inna Dance”, this album is sure to inspire.

Pre-order the album now at

Iyah Ingi

iyahingiYilmie Williams or Iya Ingi, as he is more popularly known by his fans, hails from the community of Mona Common, St. Andrew Jamaica. It was there he got his first taste of the true Reggae and African music that now captivates and plays such an important role in his life. Iya credits his “Afro-Centric” music and state of mind to his father who is an avid activist in the 12 Tribes Rastafarian Organization. His father exposed him to the melodies, sounds, lyrics and mannerisms that helped to shape the strong, empowering, educational, inspirational, powerful and sometimes controversial lyrics that seek to shake up and unearth the core issues affecting African, Jamaican & Black people.

Iya Ingi breathed, slept and ate music, as discussed in his single Foundation. Inspired by his children to aspire for greatness, in the same way he looked up to his father, he wants to have the same lasting impact on not only his children but the many people of the world. His motivation, drive and eclectic blend of melodies and conscious, positive lyrics in his music has also been influenced by musical icons such as Jacob Miller, Dennis Brown, Bob Marley and Freddy McGregor.

It is to no surprise that Iya’s energetic and captivating delivery as well as the musical content has taken roots with many and this has allowed him to tour America, Canada and Europe. Iya has also been afforded the opportunity to perform alongside other talented artistes such as Ken Boothe, Lutan Fyah, Demarco, Protoje and others. Currently, Iya Ingi is meticulously working on his debut album slated to be released in February 2016, titled African Pride, which includes the title track of the same name.

Iya purports that in his music he seeks to convey a message that will help to shape the thought processes of many and have a lasting impact on the future generations. This is not surprising as the name Iya, based on 12 Tribe and Rastafarian culture, means stepping higher and higher. Higher realms, higher heights of awareness, higher levels of consciousness, higher states of reality and life.


Cure fest
Phase One
Conscious Reggae Party
Memories with Ken Booth
* International shows*
Shoot Me Film Festival – Holland
Bob Marley Birthday celebration -Canada (Forum Night Club)
Fyah in Den with Lutan Fyah – Sullivan Hall New York

Woodstock – NY in August & September
Brooklyn, NY – August
Phillip Sherlock lunch hour – October, Kingston, JAMAICA

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