NEW VIDEO: @IAmSafaree x @Ward21Music x @SukuWard x Mean Dawg x RumBlood – Volume


Hopping on Ward 21’s “Volume” wasn’t enough, so he had to shoot a video for it. Directed by Jay Parpworth and shot in Jamaica, SB and the lunatics of Ward 21 each drop bars and give the early 2000s Riddim new life. Pretty cool seeing all members of Ward 21 (except Kunley) in the video with SB, looking forward to more work with them. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.



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Mixtape Movements: @IAmSafaree – It Is What It Is


Fresh out of the oven comes a full project from “SBStunts” a.k.a. Safaree. Titled “It Is What It Is“, this features 19 tracks with features from Ward 21, Travis Kr8ts, Philly Swain and Radio personality Charlamagne Tha God. If you loved “Burner” and “Computers Freestyle“, then check out his other selections on this project as he reps NYC and of course, Jamaica. Check out the mixtape below and share your thoughts in the comments section.



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OLDIES SUNDAY: @SpraggaBenz3 x @AgentSasco x Red Square – Gi Wi Dem (2000)


With Agent Sasco a.k.a. Assassin being a fixture in entertainment news overseas, today’s Oldies Sunday takes you back to one of the first times you’ve heard the artist born Jeffrey Campbell. Titled “Gi Wi Dem” and produced by Ward 21 for King Jammy’s Production in 2000 on the “Trilogy Riddim“, this was a clique record where Spragga Benz gave many an introduction to his Red Square Crew. The crew, comprised of Assassin, Spragga Benz, Sugar Slick, Greg Hines, Briggy, Natty Chris, and Limousine, all dropped lyrics about being available for any woman that comes their way with the proclamation that they will always be in their thoughts, hearts and souls.

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OLDIES SUNDAY: @ItsTheTifa – Bottom Of The Barrel (2008)


Today’s Oldies Sunday selection comes from one of Dancehall’s leading ladies, Tifa. Titled “Bottom Of The Barrel” which was produced by Ward 21 and released in 2008, we hear Tifa portraying herself as being superior to many other females out there. She speaks about women who do not take care of themselves and get caught up in many careless situations and shouts out all the women who keep themselves on point at all times and stay out of distasteful situations. “Bottom Of The Barrel” was Tifa’s first top ten hit in 2008 and became a favourite for many listeners. Since then she has made her way to be hailed as one of Dancehall’s elite artists belting out hit after hit ranging from “Hot Gal” anthems, R&B singles to even songs where she showcased how lyrical she can be. She was also a part of the female trio, “TNT” with Ward 21 label mates Natalie Storm and Timberlee which produced a mixtape titled “TNT – Three The Hard Way” in the same year.

Today, Tifa is currently signed to North America based Island Kings Records, the face of “Sound Is Genius” where she has released a line of Headphones, a Digicel Jamaica Brand Ambassador and is still a sought out artist. With “Bottom Of The Barrel” added to the list of her most loved singles, she still has many more hits to add to it.

Thank You Tifa for this song!

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NEW MUSIC: @MarcyChinaDoll x @TimberleeMusic – No Means No


There comes a time when a “No” really means “No!” and today Marcy Chin and Timberlee emphasize on this in their new song. Titled “No Means No (Anti-Rape Song)” and produced by Ward 21 on the Patty Crumbz Riddim, we hear the ladies speak on men going too far with them, what they’ll do If a man attempts to rape them, and enforcing their right to refuse any advances. Not a bad effort here, lots of times many men (and in some cases, females) feel that everyone wants them and when they’re refused they go to the extreme and violate someone. No to rape and do whatever to defend yourself from that situation. No means no! Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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