It’s the Jamaica & Ghana link up as the “1GAD” StoneBwoy links up with “Di Docta” Beenie Man on “Shuga“! Produced by StreetBeatz, the two deliver the vibes the only way they know to your ears. As both have ruled when it comes to hit singles and stage performances, expect this one to set the streets and airwaves ablaze! Word is Stonebwoy has another Afrobeats/Dancehall collab on the way, stay tuned to 13thStreetPromotions.com for the update.
Enjoying your Easter weekend? How about a throwback? Today’s Oldies Sunday selection comes from the duo of Recording Artists Frighty and Colonel Mite. Going back to the year 1988, we check out “Life (Is What You Make It)“! Produced and released by Y&D (with releases through Mogul Records and Profile Records in 1989), the duo expressed their desire to give the ladies that “Raggamuffin Love“, and gave us that feel good vibes throughout the song. The single was very popular since its release in the UK and Jamaica, and even made its way onto the US Billboard Charts in the early ’90s.
Since the single’s release, Frighty and Colonel Mite went on to produce more music together and as solo Artists with Colonel’s last being in the early 2000s, while Frighty’s was in 2016. “Life (Is What You Make It)” is still being played to this day. Check out the track below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
With all the craziness that affect our world on a daily basis, we really need to encourage more positive living and put out good energy out there. Recording Artist Kxng Izem (formerly Dmitri Izem) prays for good times with family and friends on “Pity“. With the single produced by Ten24 Music, Izem shares his observations of violence in his homeland, people studying evil, betrayal amongst friends and family, and folks portraying a clean character but are really terrible people on the inside. The video, which was directed by Vartex Studio and Lucid Production, finds friends getting together for a game of Dominoes, but ends on a tragic note where one was gunned down after a disagreement with another.
This is also Kxng Izem’s first outing since changing his name. When asked why the change, he explained that “Dmitri Izem” spoke towards a suppressed history in which we were once proud black African Kings that had our names replaced. The change to “Kxng Izem” pays tribute to the fallen ancestors and reclaim that black royal heritage.
It’s that time again where Stoners worldwide are rolling up and enjoying some good ol’ Marijuana. It’s 4/20! How about some music? Today, Kali Grn has you covered with his “Recreational Herbs Mixtape“! Done in collaboration with Run Road Entertainment and IllTraxx Records, we get 19 tracks filled with the potent product for a long lasting high. How will you be enjoying your herbs today? Have a safe and happy 4/20! Check out the project below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
To all the Hustlers out there, continue getting to the money till you reach the desired amount. The “Unruly Boss” Popcaan is busy getting to it along with Unruly Cuz on their collaborative effort, “Millions“. Produced by Louie V Music, they both shared the journey in becoming successful, and celebrate having millions in possession. It’s an Unruly family thing here, and there’s nothing like being successful with the people who have the same mindset and determination like yourself. Whether you’re holding it down in a 9 to 5 situation, or handling business independently, never lose focus on achieving your goals. Check out the track below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
The Colombian and Jamaican flags were flying high last night when Recording Artists Sean Paul and J Balvin touched the “Late Late Show With James Corden” stage to perform “Contra La Pared“! With over 40 Million plays on Youtube since the release of the music video last month, these two Artists have proven that they can do no wrong when putting out music. With its blend of Reggaeton and Dancehall, you can’t help but perform a few dance steps when it plays. If you missed out on seeing them perform, don’t worry for we have that here ready for you. Check out the video below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.