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We Look Back At @LenkyMarsden’s “Diwali Riddim” In Our Throwback Playlist Series!


Happy Friday everyone! While many of us are in the middle of Black Friday shopping all over the world, and our American friends are still sleepy after their Thanksgiving feasts, we thought we’d put a lil pep in your step. Bringing back our #13thStreetThrowback Playlist series, we go back to the year 2002 to check out the “Diwali Riddim“!

Produced by StevenLenkyMarsden and released through the 40/40 Label, the Riddim gave us plenty memorable tracks from the likes of General Degree, Wayne Wonder,Ā Buju Banton, Danny English, and timeless hits like a track called “Get Busy” by Sean Paul (which was featured on a multiplatinum album), and a duo named Brick & Lace with the hit, “Love Is Wicked“. The Riddim has also been sampled by Tiwa Savage, Thutmose, Lumidee, and a certain Superstar by the name of Rihanna.

Get ready to dance! Check out this and many other Playlists here. Do remember to share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.

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.@Popeye_Caution1 & @IAmSafaree Have Unlimited Style In The Visual For “Clothes Can’t Done (Remix)”!


Style a style, and pattern a pattern when Popeye Caution and Safaree step on the scene. The “Clothes Jesus” and “Straiittt Boss” stay fresh in their new visual for “Clothes Can’t Done (Remix)“! Directed by Cotterell, Popeye Caution goes from stepping in his virtual closet for some trendy fits, to lighting up the room with his pieces while Safaree takes it to the skies with his drip. From Balenciaga to Prada to Diesel, Popeye Caution and Safaree have it all.

One of our favourite tracks since its release, “Clothes Can’t Done” is produced by 1st Klase Records, and sets the tone for Popeye’s upcoming project. For all the Fashionistas, Fashion Gods, Style Gurus, and Connoisseurs of Fresh, this track is a must have for your playlists! Safaree on the other hand, is looking forward to fatherhood, and the new season of Love & Hip Hop: New York next month with his fiancĆ©e Erica Mena.

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.@OriginalKoffee & @1GunnaGunna Team Up With @IzyBeats For A “W”!


2019 saw Koffee coming in like a Rapture! With an ever blazing run thanks to the release of the hit, “Toast” in 2018, she continues to make her mark all over the world. Now a Grammy nominated Artist, 2020 is gonna be a more exciting year for her. Before that, she has another trick up her sleeve with as she collabs with ProducersĀ Izy BeatsĀ and GabriĆ«lle Stok on “W“! Featuring Rapper Gunna, the collab pits two different Artists from two different parts of the world that share the same mission of delivering good music! With the two Artists in their prime, they look back on their come up, celebrate their wins, getting to the money, giving thanks at the end of the day, putting haters on the back burner, and let us know that they’re here to stay. With a video shot in Jamaica, we get to see the Spanish Town Genna taking it to Church while a storm is brewing outside. Watch to the end to see a huge surprise because blessing surely fall like rain! We’re looking forward to more collabs like this from Koffee (and we know she has a lot more surprises in store!).

With a debut album on the way from Koffee, we can expect some more fire releases to hit the streets. If you still aren’t familiar, get a dose of her Rapture EP here. Lowe di L and tek a W! Check out the track below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.

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Oldies Sunday: Twin Of Twins – The “Stir It Up” Collection (Vol. 1 – 10)


Today’s Oldies Sunday selection comes from a duo that’s hilarious, serious, dangerous, and they’re twins! Paul and Patrick Gaynor are the Twin of Twins, and we’re highlighting their “Stir It Up” series. From Volumes 1-10, you’ll get into some laughter as the twins and friends deliver some of the best content in years as they imitate some of your favourite personalities, but they also deliver some truth messages in between the comedy.

Starting from the 90s, the “Stir It Up” series has been a highly popular project having found its way into many collections officially and through bootlegs. Through the years, Twin of Twins have been regarded as geniuses in Comedy and Social Commentary, and legends in their own right. While their work is far from over, we get to look back at some of the great episodes, and bust out in laughter.

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OLDIES SUNDAY: Terro 3000 – In My Life (2008)


Today’s Oldies Sunday selection comes from Recording Artist Terro 3000 (now known as “Road Elf”), and this one is a more serious selection. Going back to the year 2008, we tune in to “In My Life“! Produced and released by Ballaz Productions, the song finds Terro 3000 reflecting on the loss of a loved one, and how it has affected his life since. The very recognizable “I Want To Know What Love Is” single by English-American Band Foreigner was sampled on this track, and assisted Terro’s lyrics throughout.

“In My Life” became a hit for Terro 3000 as many could relate to losing a loved one, and the effects from such. He went on to release more music that became minor hits, and changed his stage name to Road Elf in the process. He has also been doing some Audio and Video Production over the years as well. If you’re still getting over the loss of a loved one, don’t be afraid to seek some comfort from close friends and family members. We all have to go through this at some point in life. Hang in there!

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.@KxngIzem Shares His Many Moods On Sophomore Project!


Kxng Izem gave listeners that amazing “24 Eden Garden, Kingston 10” project in 2017, but today we’re proud to present the long-awaited follow up titled, “Many Moods Of Izem“! While the debut found him searching for the truths Society failed to answer, he continues the journey on the sophomore project with questions about love, hate, betrayal, failure, corruption, ambition, life, and death. The project finds him with. many moods as he comes across a sequence of thoughts, emotions, experiences, and self-taught lessons while delivering positive messages for those who need them. The project is backed by a blend of Dancehall, Reggae, Afrobeats, and Pop sounds throughout with production by Dylan, Chrisville, and his Ten24Music imprint.

When asked about the project, Kxng Izem shared, “My aim for this project is to help people to overcome fears of not taking risks, to trust themselves, to be vigilant, to be their own motivators, to develop an understanding of circumstances that surroundsĀ them and channel their energies into a positive outcome while tuning out the wrong frequencies they’ve become accustomed to. This project was created within two weeks during sessions of ‘Musical Venting’.”

Let this project be what the Doctor prescribed, and take a dose below. Share with a friend! Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.

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