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.@RhiyaLuna Deals With The Effects Of A Fun Night On “Can’t Recall”!


Recording Artist Rhiya Luna likes to have fun, whether it’s being at the club, or just chilling with friends. Sometimes she takes it easy, other times she has way too much fun, and she feels the effects of it in the morning. Today, she shares something about the latter situation in, “Can’t Recall“.

Produced by longtime collaborator Nuh Response Production on the “Breathe Riddim“, Rhiya finds herself feeling the after effects of having way too much to drink at a party the night before, not being able to recall everything that happened throughout, and having difficulty facing the day ahead. It gets like that when you’re having a lot of fun with friends, but we also urge you all to drink responsibly. A song that will have many looking back at their own similar situations and build a vibe with, Rhiya Luna may have found another hit with this one. Are you one of those who claim they aren’t drinking again after having too much the night before? Share with us some of your experiences (if you’re not shy about it).

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.@MusicByShaiii Locks You In With The “Naomi” Album


From the Island of Barbados that has boasted great talent like Alison Hinds, DJ Puffy, Rupee, Jus D, and Rihanna, Recording Artist/Producer Shaí Bascombe looks to take his place among legends. Having been involved in music from a young age, he started taking it seriously just over 3 years ago. With a few singles and 2 projects to his name, he looks to elevate his career with the release of his 3rd project, “Naomi“.

Consisting of 11 tracks, Shaí Bascombe doesn’t hold back with the creativity. Producing the lion’s share of the album with contributions from Kenty J and Hasnai Eli, Shaí takes Trap, Hip Hop, Pop, and R&B influences to create something that’s unique, and has listeners taking a trip through his experiences, dreams, and creativity. Recording Artists Jah Koda and Ch’an make an appearance on the album, and did well with their respective features. For those thinking the Caribbean music scene is limited, artists like Shaí Bascombe is a rising movement that has been changing the way you hear the music.

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.@BlvkH3ro & @OfficialWayneJ Step Into The “New Millennium” With Highly Anticipated EP!


After giving listeners plenty content over the past few months, the Jamaican Ken & Ryu a.k.a. Blvk H3ro and Wayne J deliver their highly anticipated “New Millennium EP“! With 7 tracks loaded, the two artists bring the best of their worlds together to give the world an enjoyable project. While they’ve been hitting hard with “Young Boss” and “Original” earlier this year, the “Young Boss (Remix)” with Skillibeng fueled the anticipation even more. Featuring production from Dennis “Greatest” Hamilton, Kraggibadart, and Bob Riddim, this project was handled by a #TopTeam! Add this one to your collection today, and pay attention to “Ghetto Queen“!

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.@RxpFlo Makes A Statement With His Debut EP, “Trap Island”!


The Trap Hip Hop movement has been a huge influence since its debut over a decade ago. In recent years, it has touched the Jamaican music scene, and lent some of its influence to the Dancehall and growing Jamaican Hip Hop movements. With artists like Aidonia, BakerSteez, Tommy Lee Sparta, and Rygin King showcasing different styles, newer artists like Rxp Flo stepped up to bring more strength to the new Jamaican Trap movement. Recently, he took his career to the next level with the release of his debut EP, “Trap Island“!

Consisting of 4 tracks, Rxp Flo has been on the scene building a buzz and collecting a steady following in the process. The release of his EP shows that he’s about business, and will not stop till he’s one of the top artists doing it. It has been a easy road, but he is determined to make it. The EP features production from Metro 17 and Riot Records. “Making this EP helped me realized that not everything will go your way, it doesn’t mean you should give up though. Always move forward regardless,” shared Rxp Flo. “I had lots of down time while working on this EP, but I was at my happiest when I was at the studio writing and recording. I made new friends along the way, but I’ve also seen people I considered friends show me their true colours. These experiences helped me put together a great project, and I wouldn’t change a thing because I was given lessons on patience, dedication, and learning to make my own moves.

The Jamaican Hip Hop movement is still growing, and we look forward to your support with these artists on the rise. Check out Rxp Flo’s “Trap Island” below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.

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We Look Back At Songs That Sampled @BunnyStrikerLee In Our Latest Playlist!


On October 6, Jamaica and the world lost another Icon, Producer Extraordinaire Bunny “Striker” Lee. Known as “The Gorgon“, Bunny Lee was man who has helped to shape music as we know it as he was an early adopter of Dub Music along with the late pioneer King Tubby. He was a pioneer of the Reggae Music market in the UK, and he was also the man who produced former child star now Dancehall Icon Beenie Man’s debut album. If you didn’t know, Bunny “Striker” Lee is one of the fathers of the Remix! Today, we pay tribute to his production work by highlighting some of his classics, and those who sampled him in our latest Playlist!

From Koffee, to Kardinal Offishall, to KRS-One, to Sister Nancy, to Sean Paul, learn a thing or few today, and enjoy some great music! He broke barriers, made stars, produced timeless music, and created a wave for many to follow. Walk good, Mr. Bunny “Striker” Lee O.D.! Check out the Playlist below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.

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.@Krueshef Uplifts The World With “We Rise Up” Single


In the wake of racial tension and protests for equality all around the world, there is a need for powerful voices to help bring awareness to the many injustices daily. Hailing from St. Croix, USVI, Recording Artiste Krueshef steps up to bring upliftment on his upcoming single, “We Rise Up”.

Produced by Jamaican Producer Dre Swade and released through Kohanim Records, Krueshef brings us motivational lyrics as he lets listeners know that we can do everything through The Most High if you put your trust in him, encourages listeners to pray and keep the faith as they are worth more than material things, and makes the statement that we will rise up even when there is opposition. Krueshef felt the need to take a stand in these trying times, and give the world some hope and words of affirmation. Accompanying the single, is a music video directed by Miami Film Kings that highlights the Black Lives Matter movement, and some of the events that lead up to the start of the movement.

Born Clarence Joseph in St. Croix, USVI, Krueshef had a love for music starting from his childhood days. Inspired by his upbringing and experiences he and others faced, he developed deejaying skills and paired it with his wisdom to uplift, motivate, and entertain listeners near and far. His delivery has oftentimes compared him to Jamaican Dancehall Icon Bounty Killa, and so far he has shared the stage with the likes of Jason Derulo, DMX, and Natty King, and has found success with singles like “Di Great I Am”, “Pray With Me”, and “No Response”.

Krueshef’s “We Rise Up” will be officially available on all digital music streaming platforms on October 10, which is an important day in St. Croix as it recognizes the work of Queen Mary, a leader of the 1878 “Fireburn” uprising. The single’s music video will be available for viewing on Krueshef’s official Youtube channel. To stay up to date with Krueshef’s music and updates, follow him on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook at @Krueshef.

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