OLDIES SUNDAY: @IAmDJMucho x @KingEarthquake x Prodigy Movements Present: The Promised Land (Tribute To Dennis Brown)

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Today’s Oldies Sunday selection pays tribute to one of the legends of Reggae Music, the late Dennis Emmanuel Brown. DJ Mucho, along with Earthquake Intl. Sound and Prodigy Movements present “The Promised Land (Tribute To Dennis Emmanuel Brown)“. This mix highlights some of the hits that the “Crown Prince of Reggae” created and even clips from some of his interviews over his rather lengthy career. From a child singer to an influence to future artists, Dennis Brown was always a top act with his commanding delivery and lyrics. Check out the mixtape below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW MUSIC: @LLCoolJ x @Mavado_Gully – The Hustler

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Representing two well known areas (Queens, NY and Kingston, Jamaica) but carry the blood of hustlers are Hip Hop legend LL Cool J and Deejay Mavado with a new single. Titled “The Hustler” and produced by Jerry Wonda, both speak on the life of a hustler while Mavado adds his signature sound to a dark Hip Hop production. With over 20 years experience in the game, LL Cool J has played many roles and is preparing to release his new album, “G.O.A.T. 2“. While I like the idea that Mavado has collaborated with a Hip Hop legend, what do you think of the track? Check out the single below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @IAmChronixx On @FallonTonight

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In what marks as a milestone moment, Reggae artist Chronixx was the musical guest on the popular NBC late night show, “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon“. Accompanied by his Zinc Fence Redemption Band, Chronixx made his US TV debut and belted out his hit song,”Here Comes Trouble” for millions of viewers to hear and witness the power of Reggae Music straight from Jamaica. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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OLDIES SUNDAY: @TheRealJahCure x @SizzlaKalonji – King In This Jungle (1998)

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Today’s Oldies Sunday selections come from two Lions of Reggae Music, Sizzla Kalonji and Jah Cure. Titled “King In This Jungle“, this was produced by Beres Hammond for his Harmony House Productions in 1998. In this song we hear the two artists speak out on those who wish to oppress people but stumble with the help of Jah. They also consider themselves Kings in a society that’s like a Jungle and encourage people to follow Jah and have more faith in the teachings.

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NEW MUSIC: @WeChiefMusic x @JetSetProfessor – Gyals From Brooklyn

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unnamedWith Reggae and Dancehall Music being infused in various genres over the years, many artists and producers have seen it as a way to create new and fantastic sounds that will bring people together to enjoy it. With their own genre termed “RaggaTronic“, a mix of Dancehall, Reggae, Soca, EDM, Tropical Bass, and Moombahton comes the Brooklyn collective named We Chief with their new single. Titled “Gyals From Brooklyn” and features Da Professor, this is an electrifying track that encourages listeners to get their bodies moving to the beats, breaking speakers, disturbing quiet neighbourhoods, and having fun to this blend of genres. this sounds like a summer hit and great artwork by Flyland Designs as well. What do you think? Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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