Peppa Ceed, 13thStreetPromotions, ZazaPR

PRESS RELEASE: @PeppaCeed4Real’s Ready To Party!


Jamaican-born, NY-based recording artiste and restaurateur Peppa Ceed is preparing to take to local airwaves with his latest single “Party Time”. Released in mid-December, the Singjay said the single, which featured Dancehall artiste Gully Bop has been making rounds in the clubs in New York. “I am hoping to have similar or even better luck here in Jamaica. That would be a plus for my career as Jamaicans are the hardest music lovers to place so when they embrace your work, you know you are doing a good thing,” he said. “Party Time” was produced by Peppa Ceed’s Hot Peppa Records.

Peppa Ceed, whose given name is Garvin Hussey, spent his earlier years in Golden Spring, St Andrew. His introduction to music came when he began singing back-up for some of his friends at a community studio. “In those days you had to rehearse sometimes for months to get it right,” he said. Peppa then migrated to New York after completing his Secondary Education at Mount James All-Age School. While living in America life still proved to be a struggle for him which prevented him from continuing to pursue music as a career. He then diverted his attention to operating a West Indian-style restaurant “Peppa Ceed Jerk Chicken Restaurant” in New York. In 2014, he released the single “Lebron James” which he said is still being played in small clubs in the Tri-state area. This was followed by “Whine Fi The Peppa” in 2015.

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Jahmiel, Where Were You, Great Man, 13thStreetPromotions

NEW VIDEO: @ItsJahmiel – Where Were You x Great Man


Recording Artist Jahmiel has been very consistent with the tunes in recent times. With hits under his belt, he’s working his way to becoming the MVP for 2016. Today, he premiered his visual for the “Where Were You / Great Man“. Directed by Mamaz Boiz Films, this visual comes in the form of a short film featuring Jahmiel, his friends, and of course a “Bad mind Producer“. From a scenario where he was rejected by said Producer to performing on Onstage to being interviewed, Jahmiel visually tells his story of his rise to stardom. A good concept here and this is only the sample of the greatness that’s to come from Jahmiel. Look out for his upcoming project with Quantanium Records. For now, check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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See It Deh TV, SeeItDehTV, See It Deh, Tony Hendriks, Carla Moore, MooreMayhem, Ricky Rowe, Kathy Grant, Paleface, Mikey Abrahams, Dr. Michael Abrahams,

NEW VIDEO: See It Deh TV Trailer x Preview


First off…HAPPY BIRTHDAY CARLA MOORE/@MOOREMAYHEM!

See It Deh TV is a new Jamaican Comedy series to hit Television and Online. Starring Tony “PaleFace” Hendriks, Carla Moore, Dr. Mikey Abrahams, Kathy Grant and Ricky Rowe, viewers will be treated to hilarious skits, commentary, and songs covering Social, Political, and Cultural topics. See It Deh TV premieres on April 3 at 9PM with the season ending on May 22 on TVJ (Television Jamaica). Great to see fellow Blogger Carla Moore back on TV, and “PaleFace” as I was a fan of his “PaleFace Point Of View” series on CVM TV years ago. Catch the trailer and a preview of the show below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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Stuart Wilson, StuartWilson100, ZazaPR, 13thStreetPromotions

PRESS RELEASE: @StuartWilson100 Shines With “Feel For You”


Reggae Recording Artiste and Musician Stuart Wilson shines with his latest single “Feel for You”. Produced by Clive Hunt and featuring Dean Fraser on sax, the single tells the tale about finding true love. “It’s about finding love, the serenity of love, and how things can happen out of nowhere,” Wilson stated. “The feedback has been tremendous. As the single has been receiving high rotation on   radio stations locally and internationally and the response  is  positive. I’m bringing imagination to the music. I love reggae and I’m really a guest in the house of reggae,”. Wilson describes his style of music as a blend of classical rock, jazz, blues and reggae. “My preference is what I call ‘Root Music’. That’s basically a suit of clothes for a song,” he said.

Born in the Cayman Islands to a Jamaican father and a Caymanian mother, Wilson learnt to play instruments at an early age. He played the drums during his high school years as well as the acoustic Guitar. “I have always been influenced by musicians who have impacted music globally. Musicians who have a message in their music,” he said. “Residing between Jamaica and the Cayman Islands. The Journey has had its share of challenges I measure my success by how many people’s lives can be touched by a song they enjoy. Long after I’m gone, I still want to be able to touch people physically through my work. The next step is to start more real world marketing and exposure at events. Will also be taking bookings to increase awareness. I have an idea for a song with Sizzla. The particular song I have in mind will require his unique brand of brilliance to get the temperature right on the record. Hoping to reach out to his camp in short order.”

Wilson holds a bachelor’s degree in mass media communication, journalism and broadcast from the St Thomas University in Florida. He has opened shows for major acts, including Damian Marley, Beres Hammond, Michael Bolton, Roberta Flack, Third World, Tanya Stephens, and Morgan Heritage. He has worked with producers including Grammy-winning Jason Gilbert (known for his work on rapper Eminem’s Recovery album), Sly Dunbar and Rory Baker. Prior to his latest single, he released “Real Come Back Story” on his Love Culture Entertainment label.

For more information contact: Tameka M. Chevannes 18764036819

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Kratos, Jamaica, 13thStreetPromotions

PRESS RELEASE: Kratos Promotes Dance Competition


With the song “Tip A Di Rifle” doing extremely well, Dancehall artiste Kratos has decided to step up the promotion with a female dance competition. The objective of the competition according to Kratos is to connect with his growing fan base. “The female population has been representing Kratos and I am doing this mainly to connect to my audience.” The deadline for submission is Saturday April 2, 2016 and all contestants have to do is to submit a 1 minute video dancing to the song “Tip A Di Rifle” to kratosdancecompetition@gmail.com .

Contestants are asked to submit their contact information and photo along with the video. All videos will be uploaded to Kratos Black Eagle Facebook page and the video with the most likes will be the winner of the competition. The winner will be getting USD $200 along with a signed T Shirt from the artiste. The winner will be announced on April 18, 2016.

When quizzed about the competition, Kratos had this to say, “My publicist and I sat long and thought about a campaign to work on and we decided to do a dance competition for the ladies. The song is geared towards the female population and they are loving it, so really we are doing this for them.”

The song has been getting tremendous acclaim in the streets and has been steadily rising on the airwaves. Kratos also shot the accompanying video for “Tip A Di Rifle”, which is in the final editing stage, so fans can look forward to a truly exciting video.

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Nomad Carlos, 13thStreetPromotions, Hip Hop

NEW MUSIC: @NomadCarlos – Black & White


With Racism being rampant in society, various groups have been formed to either denounce or embrace it. Today, Rapper Nomad Carlos drops “Black & White“. Produced by SOSA, Nomad addresses racial issues, the #BlackLivesMatter movement, and his own ethnicity. Something different from the First Coast Rapper, something to ponder as many have toiled daily to eradicate Racism. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

BONUS

Check out his Interview as a member of the Supergroup, The Council below.

https://13thstreetpromotions.com/2016/03/25/get-to-know-the-council-fivesteez-x-inztinkz-x-thesickestdrama-x-nomadcarlos/

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