NEW MUSIC: @RealiOctane – Can’t Hold Me Down (Hello Remix)

Recording Artist I-Octane has been making moves lately. With a successful ongoing tour and new endorsements, he took time out of the excitement to hop on Adele’sHello“. With assistance from Seanizzle, Octane addresses “Badmind” on the phone about its constant attempts to derail his life and career. With Jah by his side, he proclaims that badmind can’t hold him down and encourages listeners to strive for success. If badmind is on the Caller ID, send it to voicemail. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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Prison Life

NEW VIDEO: @RealiOctane – Prison Life

The bad man life is never nice, it’s either you lose your life in the streets or end up in prison and today I-Octane heeds warning to those living above the law in the visual to a single that could possibly be a part of 2015’s top 20 songs. “Prison Life” was directed by Bling Blang Productions and The Board and kicks off with a prisoner’s poem followed by Octane spreading the message and depicts scenes of “prison life” played by talent such as Majah Bless. Given Octane’s delivery, it was only fitting that he performed a song like this as he gives listeners a picture while Bling Blang and The Board brought it to life. Look out for I Octane as he’s currently on tour in Europe! Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @RealiOctane – Ghetto Life


With his work ethic not seeing any signs of slowing down, I Octane releases the lyric video to his Jones Avenue produced “Ghetto Life“. This was shot by @ItsYuhBoySwaby with editing by Thaddeus Art and Bling Blang Productions. With his team making their presence felt, Octane spits lyrics about the realities of ghetto life. Get familiar with the lyrics and look out for more as I Octane continues on his path to “Conquer The Globe“. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.


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Mixtape Movements: @RealiOctane Presents: The Crop Over EP


With chart topping hits in Reggae and Dancehall, I-Octane felt it was only right to try out other genres. In his latest project, Octane hails the Island of Barbados with “The Crop Over EP“. Featuring Soca tinged singles, I-Octane wants everyone to move, get on bad, and know that he can fit his vocals over any production. Featuring a collaboration with T. Smallz and production from the likes of DJ Puffy, Peter Coppin, and Gorg, this should be a part of your daily listening to get you ready for “Crop Over“. Check out the EP below and share your thoughts in the comments section.


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OLDIES SUNDAY: Top 5 Jamaican Mother’s Day Songs On The Radio


This goes out to all the mamas, the baby mamas, the grandmothers, the aunties…you get the drift. Did you ever notice every year on Mother’s Day you hear some very familiar songs on the radio? Well I can’t be the only one so today my Oldies Sunday selection focuses on 5 Jamaican songs that never failed in getting airplay on Mother’s Day.

#5 – Richie Stephens x Bounty Killa – Pot Of Gold

With a mix of Richie Stephens’ singing and Bounty’s deejaying, this tribute was recorded for the “Pot Of Gold” label and has been a staple every year since it’s release.

#4 – Anthony Cruz – Mama’s Blessing

Released in 2003/2004 on the “I SwearRiddim, Anthony Cruz sang about the hardships his mother went through to provide the best life for him. Never fails when it comes getting airplay this time of the year.

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