PRESS RELEASE: @IAmRickyCarty Releases New Video


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Controversial recording artiste Ricky Carty has released yet another video for his single ‘Happy Place’. The song which is produced by Bright Light Records speaks about Carty’s escape to his favourite place, making reference to ‘back road’. The single and video has been released recently and have generated much debate about Ricky Carty’s message about women. “I love the ladies so I have to sing about my happy place with the ladies; it has nothing to do with disrespecting the ladies because Ricky Carty is a ladies man” shared Ricky Carty.

The video was shot at the Mondrian Hotel at South Beach in Miami and it features Ricky Carty in bed with two ladies before hitting the showers. The viral video has nudity and passionate scenes between the ladies and the artiste however this time around he has decided to keep his clothes on. “This video is still very sexual but I am with new management now so it’s all about high quality videos and good quality music” added Ricky Carty.

Ricky Carty is now working with Donovan Thomas, the former manager of US hip hop mogul Dougie Fresh. The artiste came on the scene in 2013 with the controversial song and video ‘Gal Tek It’ which featured a fully naked woman performing oral sex on the young artiste. The video received over 20 million viewers on YouTube before it was flagged from the site and placed on over 50 other websites. He outlined “I will always aim to break my records and keep breaking barriers in this industry; I get a lot of fight from persons in entertainment but I am ready for anyone that comes at me, I am Ricky Carty and I am a star”.

Ricky Carty is set to make several television appearances to premier the television edit of the video.

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PRESS RELEASE: @Gage_Almighty @TommyLeeSparta @RymeMinista Prepared For Battle


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A major showdown is in the works for Magnum Sting 2014. Supreme Promotions has already secured four of the“baddest” stars that are presently shining in the dancehall space. Tommy Lee Sparta is signed off to bring “Bay Badness” to Jamworld, his sound-a-like, Gage the “walking gun” is also confirmed, Western heavy weight Ryme Minista has already been contracted leaving the self-proclaimed “youngest and baddest”, Alkaline to finalize by sealing the deal and proving himself on dancehall’s ultimate stage.

The Sting stage has been a testing ground over the years; this is where the biggest stars solidify themselves as icons and become leaders of the game. Participating in clashes, win, lose or draw gains respect and additional credit from fans across the globe: Shabba Ranks, Ninjaman, Supercat, Mad Cobra, Bounty Killer, Beenie Man and more recently Vybz Kartel and Mavado can attest to this fact.

This year highlights a new generation of stars, who are all ready for the biggest challenge of their careers. According to Tommy Lee Sparta, “Last year mi could easy well tek on Kiprich inna the clash but the accident and broke foot hold me back pon mi cotchy. Right now mi hear the crow them a cry, so them ready to die… some man a talk big, so them better can back it. Gage you better stay home, Alkaline you seh you a the youngest but we will see who a the baddest.”

Gage’s team shares the same perspective in relation to clashing. According to his agent, Cornelius Daley, “Gage a the walking gun, anything test dead. We nah back! Alkaline is just the youngest and foolest. Anybody put them foot cross dead, Tommy Lee, Alkaline anybody.”

Ryme Minista has been creating havoc from the Western region and is skyrocketing in prominence. “On the battle field you have to be prepared for anything that come cross. Anybody anytime, mi ready,” Ryme Minista answered, when asked about participating in a clash.
He is currently fully booked for the month of December, which includes his first overseas engagement in Costa Rica. He also has a hot new collaboration with Mavado titled, “Kill and Get Weh” that is already a hit in the streets.

On Boxing Day this new breed is among the most anticipated to hit the stage. They will be starring in prime time and will be in full gear at the place where the baddest rules, Magnum Sting.

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PRESS RELEASE: @SydonBadArtist Represents Waterford With “Money Mi Wah”


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Kingston, Jamaica - Dancehall recording artiste Sydon from Portmore has released the single ‘Money Mi Wah’ on the Life Triangle Riddim produced by DJ Rhome. The artiste who is popular in the Waterford community has been creating waves and has even become an inspiration for other young acts. “It’s all about being a role model and showing others that it’s okay to aspire to do great things” shared Sydon.

The artiste who created waves this summer at The Famous Night Club for the Portmore Star Competition shared that the single, which is distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital, is all about his life in the ghetto. The song speaks about money as the root of all evil and implores youths to find ways to work hard and not depend on ‘easy money’. The management team for Sydon, Mystro Music shared “Sydon is a very versatile artiste and he has good messages usually addressing issues in his community of Waterford”.

Sydon is also a part of the collaboration entitled ‘Di Streetz’ featuring several Waterford artistes which came as a result of his connections to Taylor Made Events and PR Management. “Di Streetz and Money Mi Waan are two songs that speak to life in Waterford and I believe that my voice is the voice of the youths here” added Sydon. “The video for Di Streetz will be out soon and we will be working with Ramon Lindsey on a video for Money Mi Wah” shared, Sydon’s Management Team.

The young star has been receiving radio support and is set to embark on several media tours and he is eager to release his first official video.


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PRESS RELEASE: @Miss_Str8 Brings The Heat


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Miss Str8 is the hot newcomer to the dancehall circuit. Based in Austria, where she has made a name for herself and has performed alongside top dancehall superstars, she’s now looking forward to acquire the same prominence in the country of her birth.

She is ready with a strong desire for that mainstream acceptance from the global capital of reggae and dancehall music, Jamaica.

The recording artiste obtained the moniker, Miss Str8, from her candid personality. “Though I’m a very jovial person, I am very straightforward with a zero tolerance when disrespect comes in. I am a focused musician and that’s extremely important in this male-dominated industry, in order to be a respected female performer, “she explained.

Her debut single, Nuh Care, was released in 2010. This presented opportunities to showcase her remarkable stage presence. Ultimately, she was able to demonstrate her prowess in not only singing but her dancing abilities as well. The songs Summertime,Stay Strong and Bad Nuh followed and became well known in most European countries, creating a strong fan base for the singer primarily in Austria, Germany and Italy.

Her most recent track, Ova Me, is composed by Austria-based Tom Hype production on their Four Corners rhythm. The video will be premiered later this month on VEVO.


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PRESS RELEASE: @ReggaeSting Creates History, Again!



Last year MAGNUM STING made history when the show aired live on pay-per-view in multiple countries across the world and now the event’s promoter, Supreme Promotions, is set to present another historic first. This year’s staging will not only see the largest dancehall spectacle across the globe but also a full-blown reggae show.

On December 26th Jamworld will host not one, but two major festivals: Reggae and Dancehall – featuring today’s Giants of Reggae and the Reigning kings and queens of Dancehall, patrons can therefore look forward to enjoying two colossal shows with one ticket.  Another exciting addition is the introduction of a brand new genre EDH (Electronic DanceHall), a fresh new wave of electronic music merged with pulsating dancehall beats, anticipated to be another exceptional treat for the audience at Magnum Sting come Boxing day.

“For the first time ever, we will have two major festivals on one night, this year will be electrifying! The number one dancehall show and the number one selling dancehall brand, Magnum, have reunited for this extraordinary staging.  For the reggae show we will see the current major players in reggae. We have a reputation of always delivering the giants for a reasonable entrance fee that will not change for Magnum Sting 2014” Supreme Promotions head honcho Isaiah Laing revealed.

Magnum has been on board as a major sponsor of several of Sting’s productions throughout the years. Their relationship dates back as far as 2002. This year the company is putting major focus on the event to achieve monumental success.

Magnum Sting’s stage opens at 8PM with emerging artistes and the roots rocking reggae show runs from10PM to 2AM, with the unquenchable “cyaan cool” Fireman Capleton who is bound to set Jamworld ablaze atmidnight. At 2AM, the sweltering dancehall explosion begins with Magnum showcasing the Dance culture that is again making headlines.  Magnum Sting climaxes at the traditional daybreak with the anticipated Clash.

Sophia Fairman, Group Brand Manager for Fortified Wines and Liqueurs of J Wray & Nephew says fans are in for a unique experience this year: “Magnum has always been the brand of Dancehall and Sting carries the crown and has bragging rights for hosting the most dynamic stage show. This year Magnum Sting gives patrons a complete Jamaican musical and cultural journey.  This is what Magnum represents as we continue to showcase our unique and diverse culture. We feel that Magnum Sting is doing just that and fans are in for an energetic experience.”

Magnum Sting 2014 will make history yet again with their most dynamic stage show to date.  Featuring today’s Giants of Reggae and the Reigning kings and queens of Dancehall, fans get two stage shows with one ticket this Boxing Day!


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