NEW VIDEO: @Hot97’s @EbroInTheAM Interviews @TheRealKranium

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As a featured act on the upcoming “On The Reggae Tip” concert, Dancehall artist Kranium made a stop at Hot 97’s Ebro In The AM. Here he spoke about his popularity and “Nobody Has To Know” being a huge hit, getting his song played in Jamaica, Drake, and his upcoming performance. Kranium has definintely been doing his thing and I’m sure he’ll deliver a great show. Call him already Drake! Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @Hot97’s @EbroInTheAM Interviews @QQWorld

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As a featured performer on the upcoming “On The Reggae Tip” concert in New York, Dancehall artist QQ made a stop at Hot 97’s Ebro In The AM to discuss a few things. Here he spoke a little on his background, his popularity in Jamaica, his hit songs “Stukie” and “One Drop” and the stories behind them. Short but a good interview here. Interesting to hear how “Stukie” was created and how far his hit songs went. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW MUSIC: @KAnthony7 – God Is Good

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Today’s music is aimed not only to entertain, but to inspire. Today K. Anthony (Kevin Fowler) drops “God Is Good”. Produced by Dwain “Wiya” Campbell of Barbwiya Productions, K. Anthony drops the message that no matter what’s going on in your life, God is good. He encourages listeners that despite the line being a cliche, they can use it add strength to their moments of weakness and despair. Great song and with the uptempo production, it should be a single that gets many plays over time. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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OLDIES SUNDAY: @Miss_GraceJones – Pull Up To The Bumper (1981)

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Today’s Oldies Sunday entry comes from Model/Singer/Actress, Grace Jones. Titled “Pull Up To The Bumper” and produced by Chris Blackwell and Alex Sadkin for Island Records in 1981, Grace’s lyrics were depicted to have sexual connotations and of course sparked some controversy at that time. With lyrics like “Pull up to my bumper baby, with your long black limousine..“, various media outlets refused to play it. It was revealed years later that the lyrics were not meant to have a sexual theme.

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NEW VIDEO: @OnstageTV Interviews @AgentSasco

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With a few years cemented in his musical career, Agent Sasco has managed to keep himself and his music consistent. With a potent flow and lyrics that command respect, he has touched on serious issues and has also managed to keep his audience moving. Tonight on Onstage he had a chat with Winford Williams to discuss his career and more. He spoke about his recent performances at Reggae Sumfest and Dream Weekend, exercising and developing his career, his work on Kanye West’s “Yeezus” album and how it came about, his new project and going back to the fundamentals of Dancehall, not following certain trends, remaining true to himself and more. He also premiered the music video for “Settle and Cease“. Sasco has been one of the artists whose career I’ve respected over the years and to me he can do no wrong. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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