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.@DaleyHTG Starts Off “2021” With A New Visual!


Over the past two years, Rapper Daley HTG has been staying consistent with the music in efforts to solidify his brand. His partnership with Miami based NEUYU has found him becoming more creative with the releases. Despite the pandemic in 2020, Daley stayed busy, and in 2021, he looks to continue his run. As a matter of fact, he kicks the year off in a big way with the release of the music video for his 2020 track, “2021“!

Directed by Diego Jeanty, “2021” finds Daley HTG not only performing his track, but we get some behind the scenes looks at him making music, and making moves to expand his brand. Along with music in 2020, Daley also found himself in the world of Podcasting with the 1257 PodParrie Podcast along with co-host Jeniel. Watch what he does next in 2021.

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OLDIES SUNDAY: Claudelle Clarke – I Saw The Light (1979)


With 2020 being a year filled with crazy events, it’s only right we start our first Oldies Sunday of 2021 on a Gospel note. Today’s selection comes from Gospel Music Icon Claudelle Clarke with the track, “I Saw The Light“.

Produced/Arranged by Alvin Ranglin and released through GG’s Records in 1979, this was a cover of “The King Of Country MusicHank Williams Sr.’s 1948 single. The song speaks of a backslider who looks back at the many things they have done before they see the light of God, and expresses how they feel after being saved. Before Claudelle Clarke’s version, “I Saw The Light” was already a Country Gospel standard, and was covered by the likes of Country Music Pioneer Ernest Tubb, Music Icon Pat Boone, Country Music Icon Willie Nelson, and many others. Claudelle Clarke’s version stood the test of time for being one of the best Jamaican Gospel songs ever made, and is still touching hearts to this day. The single was featured on Clarke’s 1979 album, “God Is A Mountain“.

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We Look Back At Some Of The Times Sister Nancy Was Sampled In Our Latest Playlist!


Today, January 2, 2021, we celebrate the 59th birthday of the iconic Sister Nancy. An artist who broke barriers and paved the way for many female Dancehall artists, Sister Nancy is a legend through and through. In honour of her birthday, we feature her in our latest Playlist (and 1st Playlist of the year)!

Highlighting her 1982 classic, “Bam Bam, we look back at some of the times the single was sampled. From Jay Z to Amara La Negra, from Logic to Tamar Braxton, “Bam Bam” has come a long way to becoming one of the most sampled tracks in music. Take a trip down memory lane and learn something. Big up the great Sister Nancy! Want to get some backstory on “Bam Bam”? Check out this Reggaeology Podcast episode.

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.@ManeenMusic Brings “Nanny Bag Pt. 1” To Life With New Visual


Jamaican Creative Ma’neen enters 2021 in a big way. After giving people his debut “Nanny Bag Pt. 2” in 2019, he followed up with “Roots & Glam” before the end of 2020. His next move is definitely his best one yet as he unleashes “Nanny Bag Pt. 1” in the form of a Visual EP.

Directed by Ma’neen, Cesar Buelto, and Toni-Ann Davy, “Nanny Bag Pt. 1” follows the adventures of Ma’neen who lives in a parody universe where he’s quite the ladies man, a budding Musician, and a skillful Entrepreneur. When he’s not hustling, he’s making moves with the ladies, and in the 3 chapters to this experience, we see how he gets things done. The Visual EP plays on the themes, “The Hustle“, “Self Discovery“, and “Love and Loss“, and features the aforementioned “Roots & Glam” (which plays a big role in his hustle) and “Nanny Bag Pt. 2” along with “For Tonight“. The Visual features quite a few talented individuals and familiar faces, and promises to keep you well entertained from start to finish. We urge you check out this one.

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.@Kris_Karz Tries To Avoid Relationship Conflicts In “HEARTBREAK” Visual


First off, let us wish you a Happy New Year! 2020 may have been terrible for many of us, but it’s a blessing to see a brand new year filled with possibilities. Make great things happen in 2021.

Keeping up with the brand, we start the year off with brand new content! Today, we’re happy to premiere Producer/Recording Artist Kris Karz’s official visualizer for his 2020 track, “HEARTBREAK“! Directed by Karz (Dylan Golden handled the editing) and featuring the lovely Sara-Jade Kow, Kris finds himself in a bit of a relationship problem. For some, there can be trust issues, miscommunication, and even insecurity. While Kris may be feeling the stress from some of the unnecessary arguments, he ensures his lady that he’s all about her, and she should stop stressing over nothing and hurting herself in the process.

Kris Karz has been pretty busy behind the scenes for most of 2020, but with a new project on the way, he is gearing up to keep the Internet occupied with some of his new creations through his Kngly Studios imprint. To check out some of his previous work, look here. Start your year off with the premiere of Kris Karz’s “HEARTBREAK” below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.

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OLDIES SUNDAY: Dirtsman – Hot This Year (1991)


With 2020 coming to a close, we can truly say that this was a crazy year. While we don’t know what the future holds, we just have to move forward with a positive mindset. With that in mind, today’s final Oldies Sunday selection for 2020 comes from the late Deejay, Dirtsman with his 1991 hit, “Hot This Year“.

Produced by the late Bobby Digital for Digital B Records on the Drum Song/Hot This Year Riddim (there is another version that’s produced by Phillip Smart that shares similar production), Dirtsman exudes confidence on this one as he realizes his growing popularity, and his prowess as an artist. From annihilating his opponents in lyrical showdowns to being ready with the lyrics, Dirtsman was on the verge of being even greater. Sadly, he passed away on December 21, 1993 at the age of 27. “Hot This Year” was featured on the late Deejay’s album, “Acid“. While “Hot This Year” is one of his biggest songs, we dedicate it to those who see 2021 as year for growth, positive changes, building back broken bonds, and a lot more success. Keep your head up!

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