NEW VIDEO: @IAmChronixx – Capture Land

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As Chronixx continues to carry his thought provoking songs throughout the world, he premieres his visual for “Capture Land“. Directed by Jerome D and shot in Jamaica, we see the artist trodding through eye catching locations as he speaks on the popular areas in Jamaica and the rest of the world that were captured properties and states that “Rasta nuh live pon capture land“. Teaming up with clothing brand LRG, we see the “Dread and Terrible” artist also rocking some of their gear. If you haven’t heard his “Dread and Terrible” project yet, check it out here and look out for his contribution on Rapper Joey BadA$$’ upcoming “B4.d.A$$” album. Very clean video to a really strong song off his project. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @FiveSteez – Welcome

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Tonight, Rapper Five Steez welcomes one and all to his home with his new video, “Welcome“. Directed by Nathan Cowan of Caribbean Films with assistance from Bubbla G, Rocket Media and The Talent Inc., this was shot in Half Way Tree and Trench Town. Here Steez drops lyrics about his hometown, the activities that take place daily and of course give a history lesson on some of the children who grew up from there to play an influential part in the development of Hip Hop and the popularity of Reggae Music. We also get cameo appearances from some who play a part in the growth of the “First CoastHip Hop Movement. Great video here and I like the take on the black and white video with coloured accents. Five Steez’sThese Kingston Times” will hit the Internet on October 14 but you can preorder now here. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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PRESS RELEASE: @TommyLeeSparta Makes Triumphant Return To Costa Rica

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Ace deejay Tommy Lee Sparta made an exuberant return to Central America for his Costa Rican supporters. This appearance marks the entertainer’s third show for his massive fan base in Costa Rica. With high-energy the gothic star took to the “Dancehall Xplosion” stage giving arguably the best performance of the night. The Party is here promoted event was held at the Cuty stadium in the city of Desamparados.

 This event was a special one for the country who celebrated their independence the following day. It was the bash to attend for the holiday with notable attendees, such as the ambassador to Jamaica present. The stadium with a capacity of over five thousand was packed to witness dancehall’s disputably reigning stars: Tommy Lee Sparta, Aidonia and Popcaan, as well as selectors of Copper shot, DJ Ruff and DJ Cuilo.

After thrilling the audience Tommy expressed, “Right now mi overjoyed. So much love from the people. Nothing tush, everything well bad! Mi surprised how much a mi new song dem already know. To hear them a sing along with a song dat mi drop last week is insane.”

The undeniable favorite track of the night was “Defend” composed by Zion production a prominent record label in the territory. Among the other well received were hits such as: “Psycho”, “shook”, “Vibes Inna This”, “Mechanic”, “Spartan Angel”, “Dream”, “Bad Like We”, “Party Non-Stop” and “Buss A Blanka”.

The artiste now prepares for his next stop in Suriname before he jets off to French Guiana, Guyana, Martinique and St. Martin.

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NEW VIDEO: @FiveSteez – Welcome (Behind The Scenes)

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With Five Steez’sWelcome” music video hitting the Internet later, he dropped off some of the behind the scenes visuals for the viewers to check out. Shot in some key areas in Kingston, Steez’s music video looks to be a hot one. Stay tuned to 13thStreetPromotions.com for the full video. Check out the behind the scenes below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @OnstageTV Interviews @ChiChingChingJA

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Considered an Anomaly to many, but he’s wearing many hats lately and making a lot of noise in the Dancehall scene. Tonight on Onstage, Chi Ching Ching spoke about the moves he’s making in his career and more. Here he spoke about his slang creations and them becoming the base for many singles, his part in the remix of Lil Jon’s mega hit, “Turn Down For What?” and working with him, touring, and future projects. He also showed a clip of the video that caught Lil Jon’s attention. Chi Ching Ching has also made some really catchy slangs over the years and that won’t stop for many years to come. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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