Two generations come together today for a new awesome song! The artists are Reggae legend Beres Hammond and his daughter The Wizard. Here The Wizard remixes the timeless “Rockaway” and dubs it the “Wizophelia Mix“. Utilizing the chorus from the song, Wiz adds her electronic sounds to give it that futuristic vibe. Great effort here, could this be the first of many to come? Stay tuned. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Digging through his archives and dropping a track today is Producer/Rapper Kris Karz. Titled “Rebel Music“, this features Singers Ana and Trust and Reggae artist Biggz General. This unmixed version also features a sample from the late Dennis Brown. Here they speak on being a rebel against the system, having their own thoughts and standing out in everything. They also pay respect to famous rebels who fought for the rights of people. A good effort here, given the right push this could be a hit for them all. What do you think? Check out the song below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Dropping a new video is Reggae artist Deep Jahi. Titled “Harsh Reality” and directed by Short Filmz Jamaica and YGF Visuals, we hear Jahi speak on the various communities in Jamaica and the activities that happen there. From Flankers to Portmore to St. Mary, people do what they have to do to survive. Deep Jahi says Jamaica is not a playground, so proceed with caution. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Magnum Vixens is a new reality series that is featured on CVM TV every Friday at 9:30 PM. Here 24 girls are competing to be selected in a final 12 to become a Magnum Tonic Wine Vixen for one year. Directed by JayWill (Who also did Vybz Kartel’s “Teacha’s Pet”), Magnum brings to the screen a dash of beauty, sex appeal and style that consumers are familiar with via their calenders and roadshows. Check out episode 2 of the show below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
After causing quite a stir lately where he removed the “Gospel Artist” title from his brand, Prodigal Son or “Prodi” took to Onstage to expound on his decisions and more. Here he spoke on the reaction from the public to his change, remembering when he wasn’t well received in the beginning of his career and not paying attention to backlash, getting more airplay and support from DJs and members of the Church, making more positive changes to his music, and future plans. Not a bad Interview here, he also performed new music. I respect Prodi’s move and I see nothing wrong here as he’s not adding lewd lyrics to the music. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.