NEW VIDEO: Welcome To @NoiseyMusic Jamaica: Ep. 4: @GeeJamStudios

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This week on “Welcome To Noisey Jamaica“, host Walshy Fire had a chat with Island Records founder Chris Blackwell, and chops it up with DancerĀ Mystic, Coco, Prodi and his Yawd MovementĀ and more at the Jon Baker owned GeeJam Studios which has been the go to studio for many top artists worldwide. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @OnstageTV Interviews @KingBeenieMan x @LadySawOffical

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Dancehall royalty graced the set of Onstage earlier in the form of Dancehall King Beenie Man and Dancehall Queen Lady Saw. Being interviewed together for the first time they spoke about being on LIME’s “Full Black” event, Lady Saw’s new album, Beenie’s recent tour and working on new music, Lady Saw mentoring Lisa Hyper and more. This was a fun interview as two Dancehall veterans have laughs with Winford and speak candidly here. Check out their performances at “Full Black“. Check out the interview below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @OnstageTV Interviews @IAmChrisMartin

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With quite a global following, Christopher Martin has come a long way since his days on Digicel’s Rising Stars. Fresh off his visit from a few toursĀ he joins Winford Williams on Onstage for a chat. Here he spoke about his recent trip to Uganda, quelled rumors of him contracting the Ebola virus, touring to other countries, his acting debut, and his new album “Stepping Razor“. He also gave an acoustic performance of some of his latest songs for the audience. Good to see Mr. Martin in a good health and I wish him continued success. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @OnstageTV Interviews @TOKJamaica

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With a career spanning over 15 years, T.O.K. is Jamaica’s first Dancehall Quartet and with a new EP, they visited Winford Williams to discuss a few matters. Here they spoke on maintaining the friendships and careers for so long, their almost break up, their side ventures, touring, their “Taking OverEPĀ and Reality Show, and upcoming performances. Not a bad interview here, I’m impressed that despite the breakups of many crews and friendships in Dancehall music, they’ve managed to hold it together throughout all this time. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @OnstageTV Interviews @KevinLyttle

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After having a monster hit in 2003 with “Turn Me On“, St. Vincent native Kevin Lyttle has managed to have a good music careerĀ but tonight he spoke with Winford Williams about his life since that song. Here he spoke about his relationship with Atlantic Records, his hit single and album including the success from them, losing his mother, maintaining his music career despite not having a bigger hit than “Turn Me On“, his start in the music business, endorsement deals, his single with Shaggy (Feel So Good), and more. Good to see Kevin still doing things for himself since that hit. While many may call him a “One Hit Wonder“, he managed to make that success stretch. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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