NEW VIDEO: Watch @OnstageTV Live!


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Tonight, the popular CVM TV series Onstage goes live via live streaming. Check out the stream below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @OMIMusicOnline Performs On @FallonTonight


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Gracing the stage last night on The Tonight Show was Jamaican Recording artist, OMI. Here in his debut, he performed his smash hit “Cheerleader” with assistance from The Roots. OMI has now joined the likes of Shaggy and Chronixx who have performed on the show. Missed the performance? Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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PRESS RELEASE: @DMedzMusic Embraces Success with “Champion”


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Recording artiste D-Medz has caught the attention of the masses with the release of his single, ‘Champion’. The song, which is a part of a six track EP titled ‘Empower’, has even won the praises of the foremost black conscious international organization, the United Negro Improvement Association (UNIA). D-Medz added, “I have been receiving a lot of positive feedback for this single. For which I am extremely grateful.” This passionate 26 year old artiste, reigns from the town of May Pen in Clarendon. Previously a Dancehall artiste, D-Medz now believes that conscious reggae music is his calling; a calling that has resulted in the making of his greatest musical success, ‘Champion’. He shared, “This song is aimed at confronting the fast changing social trends that are challenging our traditional values”.

The release of ‘Champion’, has placed D-Medz high on the reggae charts, giving him many platforms to share his views. ‘Champion’ became number 1 on Stampede Street Charts, 13 on Ron Muschette World Reggae Top 20 Chart and 8 on Blacker Top 20 Video Chart. The song was also recently featured on several Jamaican radio stations including Irie FM, Hitz 97, Mello FM, Bess FM, Hot 102, Stylz FM, and the United Kingdom’s Vibes FM, Bang FM, Roots FM, BBC Radio 1 Extra and Beat FM. Fans have been going wild for ‘Champion’. One Facebook fan shared on D-Medz’s Facebook page, “Your song is really positive! Keep doing what you doing youth!” D-Medz is now preparing himself for a summer promotional trail in Canada to further highlight his EP ‘Empower’.

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NEW VIDEO: @EbroInTheAM Interviews @OMIMusicOnline


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Riding high off the monster success of “Cheerleader“, Recording artist OMI was a featured guest on Hot 97’sEbro In The Morning” show. Here he spoke about his single “Cheerleader” and its journey leading up to its success, growing up in Jamaica, collaborating with Kid Ink and Meghan Trainor and more. Being a catchy song since 2012, I congratulate OMI on his massive success (including his #1 Billboard achievement) and look forward to more from his career. Don’t expect to see OMI the Farmer. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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PRESS RELEASE: Gregory Isaacs’ Mural Service Planned


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The wife of the late veteran Reggae artiste, Gregory Isaacs, is set to reveal a mural for Isaacs on July 15th 2015 in Downtown Kingston – between Charles Street and Orange Street. June Isaacs shared, “Gregory Isaacs is still very dear to my heart, and this is a way for others to remember him for his music, performances and songwriting”.

The ceremony will highlight the music and charitable work done by the veteran along with tributes from friends of the music fraternity. June added “this is slated to be a remembrance of all that Gregory has contributed to music and several communities; he was a great man that aimed to make positive changes wherever he went”.

The legendary Gregory Isaacs is known for singles such as ‘Night Nurse’, ‘Number One’ and ‘Hot Stepper’ just to name a few. It has been 6 years since Gregory Isaacs’ passing and his fans still very much appreciate his music. His foundation The Gregory Isaac Foundation was formed after his passing in 2011 by June Isaacs and was done in an effort to continue his charitable work.

The core focus of the foundation is child welfare and anti drug/violence messages which are highlighted every November – Drug Awareness Month. The main beneficiaries are the Walkers Place Safety, St. Barnabas Early Childhood Institute, Black Harmony Basic School and the National Council for Drug Abuse.

The unveiling of the mural for the late Gregory Isaac is set to begin at 4pm and end at 6pm.

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