Described as a “Wedding” song is today’s newest single from Singjay I-Octane. Titled “Love You Like I Do” and produced by DJ Frass, we hear I Octane showing affection for his lady. With lyrics with this it’s a surefire hit and I can already picture a music video. Another hit for I Octane. What do you think of the song? Check it out below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Today’s Oldies Sunday selection comes from Reggae DJ and producer, Dennis AlCapone. Titled “Teach The Children (Teacher Teacher)” and produced by Duke Reid in 1971, AlCapone deejays about the activities that happen in the classroom with teachers and students. He spoke on children learning how to spell, speak foreign languages and show and tell along with students alerting teachers by saying “Teacher Teacher!“.
Today’s new music comes from Singjay T’Nez. Titled “Love My Life” and produced by Seanizzle Recordson the BrainStorm Riddim, he sings about valuing his life and not going the wrong paths to see it end quickly. Life cannot be bought at a store so protect it in every way. Check out the song below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Today’s music comes from SingjayJahmiel. Titled “Set Up” and produced by ZJ Bruce Lee and Kris Beatz on the “Dancehall Party Riddim“, Jahmiel makes it known to listeners that he has no time for people plotting on his downfall and the authorities can’t plant nor find anything illegal on him that can incriminate him. They can’t catch Jahmiel and the YVP team riding dirty. Check out the song below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Vibrant, versatile, fierce, and unique are just a few words used to describe 22 year old SingJay,Sekkle Dung Wendy. Sekkle Dung Wendy was born Reina Lisa-Marie Butler on September 13, 1989 in Kingston, Jamaica. A graduate of the Mona High School, Sekkle Dung Wendy is a Dancehall artiste with a style that aims to capture your attention and displays lyrical content that far exceeds her maturity.Continue reading