NEW MUSIC: Chilando (@ShowDiVybzEnt) – Officer


Fresh off his new music video premiere comes a new single from Dancehall artist Chilando. Titled “Officer” and produced by DJ Frass Records on the Jelly Wata Riddim, Chilando urges the Police to allow his people to party the night away without any threats of shutting down. He also encourages them to grab a few drinks, dance with the ladies and enjoy themselves. Sounds like an anthem for the all night partying patrons. As he’s said before, “Life is too short” so Mr. Officer should take that into consideration and let them live. Party responsibly folks. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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Mixtape Movements: @Scribz Presents: A Little Of Everything Vol. 2


After thrilling listeners with Vol. 1, DJ Scribz kicks off his 2015 with the 2nd volume in his “A Little Of EverythingMixtape series. Featuring close to an hour of EDM, Dancehall, and Hip Hop/R&B hits, Scribz’s mission is to have this mix played on every computer, phone and mp3 player. Be entertained by the riddims and energy, and if you love Scribz’s mixes, book him for your next event! Check out the mixtape below and share your thoughts in the comments section.


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NEW VIDEO: @OnstageTV Interviews @ZJLiquid


After hitting the airwaves with his “Good Book” Riddim last year and lighting up radio and events, ZJ Liquid aims to bring more of that in 2015 and on Onstage he discusses that. Here he spoke on his career so far, the success of his “Good Book Riddim” being nominated at the Global Spin Awards overseas, delivering the good music worldwide, urging more work to be done to develop quality acts here, and aiming to top his last riddims. He also premiered his new “Fix Up Riddim” on Onstage Extra with Javada, Bryka, Kalado, iShawna, Quick Cook and Krymist. ZJ Liquid has done quite a lot of work over the years and his riddims have been big hits. Is 2015 another big year? Check the airwaves. Watch the interview below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW MUSIC: @TPain x @KardinalO – Dis A My Ting (RAW)


Inspired by Dancehall music is T Pain’s latest single. Titled “Dis A My Ting“, this features Kardinal Offishall and an unnamed young lady on the chorus. Together they drop a little Dancehall and some Jamaican inflections in this bass heavy Hip Hop track. Interesting single from T-Pain but something you can play at ignorant levels. Off his upcoming “The Iron Way” mixtape which features DJ Drama and DJ Trendsetter, check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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OLDIES SUNDAY: @CharMaxRomeo – Chase The Devil (1976)


Today’s Oldies Sunday selection comes from “The Son Of Selassie” a.k.a. Max Romeo. Titled “Chase The Devil“, this was produced by Lee “Scratch” Perry with backing by “The Upsetters” band in 1976 for Island Records. It was also a single included in Max’s 4th studio album, “War Inna Babylon“. The song brings forth a “Good conquering evil” theme where the Devil is being a negative force on Earth and when Max dons his Iron shirt, he will fight the Devil and send him to outer space. Max later explained that the Devil is everything negative in our minds and the Iron shirt is our strength of spirit that allows one to cast out the Devil.

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