NEW MUSIC: @Da_Real_AltyB – Music

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Deejay Alty B says it’s all about music and once it hits you, you feel no pain. Titled “Music” and produced by Kimichi Records, Alty sings about how music has affected him, his love for it, and it will never be taken away from him. Pretty cool song, and he’s a artist to look out for in 2013. Check it out the Soundcloud below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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OLDIES SUNDAY: Junior Byles – Fade Away (1976)

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Today’s Oldies Sunday selection comes from Reggae artist Junior Byles. Titled “Fade Away” which was released in 1976 under Eagle Records, was produced by Joseph Hoo Kim and was featured on the soundtrack for the hit Jamaican film “Rockers“.

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NEW VIDEO: TVJ Intense Interviews @Protoje

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Sanjay of TVJ’s Intense sat with reggae star Protoje and discussed a few things. Protoje spoke on the way he makes his music, his past and future collaborations, his performances locally and overseas and its effects, his Sophomore album “The 8 Year Affair“, Busy Signal, and many others. Decent interview, I do hope Protoje fans are ready for 2013. Check it out below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @OnstageTv Interviews @Kipponubehavior (Kiprich)

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Fresh off his huge victory at Sting 2012, Kiprich stopped by Onstage to have a quick chat with Winford Williams. Kiprich spoke on defeating Tony Matterhorn and Merciless, receiving the winning belts from Sting and Ninjaman, stating he doesn’t want to be seen now as a clash artist, and his musical future. Kippo’s mighty proud of himself and the lyrics he repeated to Winford showed that Matterhorn got a nice jab out of it. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @OnStageTv Interviews @MackaDiamond1

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After being a no show for the much anticipated clash between her and deejay Spice, Macka Diamond took the hot seat Onstage with Winford Williams tonight. Here she spoke on her reasons for not defending her name at Sting, finding Spice’s set humorous, and clearing up the issue with her “Black One” comment. I still believe a clash needs to happen, she even dropped a few lyrics at Spice during the Interview. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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