NEW VIDEO: @OnstageTV Interviews @MrVegasMusic


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While many have been caught up with Mr. Vegas’ offstage issues, he has managed to churn out hit after hit. With international collaborations in his pocket, he stopped by Onstage to speak on the new happenings in her career. Here he spoke about his “My Jam” collaboration with US Rapper Pitbull and how it became possible, the progress of the single and video, and being picked up by the United Nations and Zumba Fitness. Short but a good Interview as Mr. Vegas performed for the audience along with the help of Latonya Style, Overmars and the Dance JA crew. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

 

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NEW VIDEO: @NightlyFix Interviews @MrVegasMusic


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Recently, Dancehall artist Mr. Vegas stopped by the News Talk 93 FM studios to discuss a few things on the “Nightly Fix“. Here he spoke on the buzz he has received from his remix of “My Jam” featuring US Rapper Pitbull, his collaboration with Beyonce, staying current despite the music climate or internal issues, past conflicts, a few episodes of his past including the story behind his facial scar, his aim to be a versatile artist, supporting Jamaicans on the National/International stage and much more. Great interview here, Mr. Vegas has been one to continuously churn out hits and cater to all types of listeners. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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@PayAttentionJA PROMO: @Sef_Jo Interviews @Korofyah


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“Nuh judge me true mi eyes red!” – @KoroFyah

Within 24 hours much can be accomplished. Believe it or not, a day from now #PayAttention goes live again and further establishes itself a milestone within the Jamaican entertainment diaspora. I have nothing further to say on this topic; come show your support.

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Introducing the Mogul, Koro Fyah

Q: Representing for Bebble, looking forward to catching you live at #PayAttention, what are your expectations on March 28th?

A: I expect a receptive crowd, a high energy, some solid music and heavy bass!

Q: With a fresh track bouncing around on the airwaves and a solid project to come, what should patrons AND fans look forward to from Koro Fyah on stage?

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NEW VIDEO: @SpiceOfficial – Back Bend


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With “Back Bend” blazing trails on radio, and your popular DJ‘s set, Spice finally unveiled the visual. Directed by Xtreme Arts, Spice took on roles of Dancer, Conductor, and Pirate and showed us with the help of her crew how their back bends. A great visual here as Spice and Xtreme Arts try to step away from the norm of Dancehall videos. Lots of booty shaking going on along with some clean shots. Ladies it’s time to get your back bending by checking out the video below and sharing your thoughts in the comments section.

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PRESS RELEASE: @NomadCarlos Releases “Los Pollos Hermanos” (L.P.H.)


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“The finest ingredients are brought together with love and care, then slow cooked to perfection. Yes, the old ways are still best at Los Pollos Hermanos. But don’t take my word for it. One taste, and you’ll know.”—Gustavo Fring

Thanks to benchmark releases from Kendrick Lamar, Drake, and Kanye West, hip-hop has restored its once prominent ties to the music of Jamaica. Nomad Carlos is one of the only hip-hop artist from Jamaica, creating music fused with the cultures of Reggae and Dancehall. “What’s more authentic than me doing it?” offers the veteran artist, “Not to sound cocky, but I’m truly from there”.

Listening, let alone making hip-hop is not the norm in Kingston. At the age of five, when the Miami, Florida-born MC named Damon (“Nomad” spelled backwards) moved back to his parents’ homeland, he absorbed the world around him. Living in the capital city’s uptown section, and schooled in one its poorest ghettos of Downtown Kingston, Nomad Carlos was a student of the game; both in and out the classroom—merging Jamaican’s own Reggae and Dancehall compositions with the American art form and applying it to his very unique surroundings.

As one of the only working hip-hop artists from Jamaica, a decade later (and with several projects already under his belt) Nomad Carlos has proved that his vision was in fact crazy innovative.

Now focused on his new upcoming full-length LP, Distants (which will be released on 4-28-15), Nomad Carlos releases the first-single, “L.P.H.” (Los Pollos Hermanos) from the project; which takes a concept from “Breaking Bad” and cleverly flips it on its head.

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