NEW MUSIC: @RasI_Musique – Dread Inna Babylon


Trampling Babylon with his voice is Reggae artist Ras-I with a new song. Titled “Dread Inna Babylon” and produced by New World Sounds, Ras-I speaks on the issues that his people are facing and promises that “dutty Babylon” will have their day. With a hard hitting production, this sounds like a song you could play at a march with people waving many flags and calling for a change in the country. Keep this on your playlist for International Reggae Day and beyond. Apart from the new music, big up to Artist Triangle for the dope artwork! Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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PRESS RELEASE: @Aljermic’s “Grey Smoke” Featured on @HypeTVJamaica!

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Recording artiste Aljermaine was recently featured on Hype TV’s The Release. His newly released single ‘Grey Smoke’ on the ‘Grey Smoke Riddim’, was executive produced by Wilford Thomas, with technical producers Norris Griffiths and Sanjay “Freeze” Pennant. Aljermaine shared, “The song came about after talking to my friends about relationships and I felt the need to project these issues in a song”.

The video for the single was also released recently and was directed by AJG Logan and is available on Aljermaine’s YouTube Channel. “This video is very vibrant and entertaining, it is definitely suitable for the single” added Aljermaine.

The 17 year old artiste hails from Manchester and is eager to enter the big stage with other artistes that have inspired his musical career.

Follow Aljermaine on Instagram @Aljermaine

Twitter @aljermic

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NEW VIDEO: @OnstageTV Interviews @ItsJahmiel


Labeled as the one to watch, Jahmiel has been putting in the work for quite a while. Tonight he makes his debut appearance on Onstage. Here he spoke on being the one to watch, his beginnings, “Gain The World” and working with Quantanium Records, growing up in Portmore, being raised by both parents and how it has shaped his life and career, developing his craft and upcoming music and tours. It’s good to see the young General on Onstage as he’s an artist that has seen some support on this blog. Looking forward to more developments from him. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @AljerMic – Grey Smoke


With the recent release of his debut single, Singer Aljermaine follows up with the visual to “Grey Smoke“. Directed by AJG Logan, the video features dream scenes, lots of smoke and water, and young love. Nice visual from the young Singer from Manchester. Be on the look out for more from Aljermaine. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Get To Know @DAngel_Music


The Dancehall Diva D’Angel needs no introduction to many. While she has kept eyes glued to her, and brought the energy in her performances over the years, there are still those who may not know a lot about the artist born Michelle Downer. Get familiar with her below and share your thoughts in the comments section. And so!

1. What are the 5 words that best describe D’Angel?

Happy, Fun loving, Kind hearted, Hardworking, Resilient.

2. Who have been some of your influences musically and otherwise during the development of your career?

I admire (Singer) Diana King for her great musical ability and even more so we are from the same community. I also look up to (Deejay) Lady Saw who has paved the way for me as a female Dancehall Artist. My mom is another who is my tower of strength, and she has been a great supporter throughout my entire career. Finally, my son Marco Dean who is the driving force in my life.

3. What’s the process like for D’Angel when creating music?

When it’s time to get creative, I think about real life issues and write songs that people can relate to worldwide. I don’t just write from my personal issues, I also draw ideas from others who are going through different issues.

4. What’s the Dancehall scene like overseas compared to Jamaica when you’re touring?

When I’m on tour, I’m meeting and performing for people from different ethnic backgrounds. The differences are few but in the end, they mutually love and embrace Reggae and Dancehall music.

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