NEW MUSIC: @SOSDynamikz – Pressure Freestyle Part 2

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Did you know that Jamaican Producer SOS Dynamikz could rap? Now you do. The Zinc Fence Records member ended his “Rapper Hiatus” to deliver some bars over one of his production on “Pressure Freestyle Part 2“. With his unorthodox flow and lyrics, this could be a sign of more to come. Look out for his upcoming Mixtape with 13thStreetPromotions and DJ Fusion. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @Kevin2WoKrayzee – @LisaHannaMP Breaks Jamaican Internet

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Minister of Youth & Culture Lisa Hanna is a looker. She didn’t win Miss World 1993 hiding behind a veil did she? With a recent photo of the Minister sporting a bikini and a t shirt, members of the Jamaican public expressed some distaste for the photo along with the cheers. Here to share some of his views is Comedian Kevin2woKrayzee. I believe many people, like me, have had huge crushes on the former Miss World for many years and have welcomed this photo. What do you think? Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @RealIOctane x @VanessaBlingVB – Cya Do It

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With their single burning up the airwaves (and causing some controversy), I Octane and Vanessa Bling teamed up to bring you the Music Video for “Cyaa Do It“. Directed by Sasha Bling, we see the artists making moves to see each other on the low while maintaining their current relationships. A very clean and fun video here and it depicts how some people do get sneaky in their relationships. Nobody haffi know baby. What do you think of this? Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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OLDIES SUNDAY: Boris Gardiner – Every N***** Is A Star (1973)

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Today’s Oldies Sunday selection comes from a great singer, Boris Gardiner. Titled “Every Nigger Is A Star” and produced by Leal Records in 1973, this was created in the era of Blaxploitation Films and strong Black Pride. Boris created this song as an effort to bring a positive tone to the word “Nigger” the same way Hip Hop music has been doing today in various songs. Boris also sang about loneliness, reflecting on Africa, and acceptance and recognition of the black man. The song was featured on the soundtrack that he and his brother Barrington were contracted to make for the movie of the same name. The movie was made also in an effort to bring a change to the word, but turned out to be a huge flop in Theaters.

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NEW VIDEO: @OnstageTV Interviews @RealGullyBop

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After finding fame through a viral video a few weeks ago, Gully Bop has turned into a hot commodity in the Dancehall circles. With bookings that include Sting 2014 and tracks like “Body Specialist“, Gully joined Winford Williams tonight to have a chat. Here he spoke on his new found fame, his background as Dancehall artist “Country Man“, how his rise to fame came about, his singles and announcing there will be more to come, Sting 2014 and a possible clash with Ninja Man, and living in Grants Pen. To show that he’s not a fluke, accompanied by MC Nuffy, Gully Bop performed “My God Dem Nuh Bad Like Me“, “Body Specialist” and dropped some entertaining freestyles. It good to see that he has gotten another chance at his dream despite his circumstances over the years. Big up Gully Bop! Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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