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.@JKinggz_ Takes It To “Church” In New Gospel Single!


Recording Artist JKinggz knows where he’s going in life, but is wise enough to know that he can’t do without God spearheading the way. With a successful 2019 behind him, and an International collaboration kicked off his 2020, he looks to take a more spiritual route with his next release titled, “Church”.

Featuring production by Filthy Plux, JKinggz gives praises to The Most High, asks for forgiveness for his sins, and shares that he has no shame in worshipping the Lord. While his message is one that many have shared before, JKinggz makes an unconventional move here by presenting his lyrics through rapping over a Trap beat. While modern Gospel Music has Pop, Reggae, Rock, and Hip Hop sub genres and influences, JKinggz shared that the delivery of “Church” is no different from the traditional ways as the message is still there. He makes a point that regardless of the style, if it brings in more believers to God, it should be welcomed. With the world facing the Covid 19 pandemic, JKinggz’s song should help listeners seek refuge and comfort in God, and become more spiritual. JKinggz looks forward to “Church” being a repeater on many playlists and platforms when it’s released through his JKM Ent. label on all digital streaming platforms.

In addition to the new Gospel influenced single, JKinggz looks to release a follow up to his 2019 “No Co Sign” project. “No Co Sign” found him wearing many hats from its inception, to production, to release, and he looks do it again this time around. JKinggz urges everyone to stay safe during the Covid 19 pandemic by taking preventive measures to slow the spread of the Coronavirus. 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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.@WavyWavyJones Brings The Beats To “13th Street Quarantine Sessions” Ep. 12!


Tonight, we kick off episode 12 of our “13th Street Quarantine Sessions” series! Jamaican Producer Wavy Jones takes over with exclusive remix of Brazilian Musician Cassiano’s 1976 track, “Onda 12” called “All Night“. Having worked with the likes of upcoming Artists Yanah, Blvk H3ro, Biz, and many more, Wavy Jones brings a different sound to the Jamaican music scene, and is a Producer that you need to call up for your next hit. He’s currently promoting his new single, “Ketch Di Pree” with Blvk H3ro, Jeeby Lyricist, and Kione Zaire.

The “13th Street Quarantine Sessions” can be seen every Wednesday and Friday on the Blog, or on our Youtube Channel (subscribe here). We look forward to your support with this series, as we try to put you on to more Artists and their incredible musical contributions. If you wish to be a part of the series, hit us up in the “Contact Me” section. Sponsorships are welcomed as well.

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.@KingBeenieMan Jumps On The “Porus Riddim” For New Single!


Fresh from challenging Bounty Killa on Verzuz’s first Dancehall battle over the Labour Day weekend, Beenie Man continues to do what he has been doing for decades, and that is to make music. Teaming up with Natural Bond Entertainment and Sponge Music, Beenie asks, “Do You Wanna Be That Guy?” on an upcoming Riddim.

Recorded over the “Porus Riddim“, Beenie Man looks back at the May 23rd event, all that has happened throughout the night, shows love to the Island that birthed him, and highlights the culture that gave him a chance. Never one to shy away from delivering witty lyrics, Beenie highlighted the event’s interruption by the Police, and made his unforgettable “Do you wanna be that guy?” statement a part of the chorus.

As the Verzuz event showcased two Dancehall giants, Natural Bond Entertainment and Sponge Music is pleased to be a part of putting together Beenie Man’s newest single after the event. A merger of two companies, Natural Bond Entertainment and Sponge Music has been on the scene for quite a few years, and is currently managing the “Rum BossLybran. The “Porus Riddim” bears its name from the community of Porus in Manchester, and is the home of the Record Label. Along with Beenie Man’s single, the Riddim features new music from Jahmiel, Corry Dip, Lybran, Shane E, I-Octane, and many more.

Beenie Man’s “Do You Wanna Be That Guy?” is expected to premiere on radio this weekend, while the “Porus Riddim” will be officially released on June 5 and distributed through Onerpm. Natural Bond Entertainment and Sponge Music invite you to visit their website at nbeandspongemusic.com for their previous offerings, Social Media links, and more.

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.@KmetikNyne Dedicates “13th Street Quarantine Sessions” Ep. 11 To Black Women!


Episode 11 of “13th Street Quarantine Sessions” is dedicated to all the beautiful black Queens. Tonight’s performance comes from Jamaica born/US based Recording Artist Kmetik Nyne with the track, “Black Girl Magic“! Released earlier this year, Kmetik gives it up for the black woman and highlights the many reasons why he adores them. Kmetik Nyne has been on the scene for quite some time, and has released various Dancehall and Reggae singles, get familiar with him!

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We Look Back At Some “Bobby Digital” Dixon Productions In Our Throwback Playlist!


It’s been a while, but we’re back with a new Playlist. More importantly, a #13thStreetThrowback Playlist! On May 21, Jamaica lost one of its greatest Producers, Robert Dixon a.k.a. “Bobby Digital”. A man who conquered a unique style of production and is a founding father of the global Dancehall movement, Bobby Digital and his Digital B label blessed the likes of Shabba Ranks, Morgan Heritage, Buju Banton, Admiral Tibet, Sizzla, Bounty Killa, Beenie Man, Garnett Silk, and many others with the sounds that scored chart topping success, Grammy wins, and various certifications. Today, we pay homage to this great man with a new Throwback Playlist. From the 80s to the 90s and beyond, we give you some of the classics, and a few songs that sampled those classics. If you have a favourite on there, let us know! Walk good, Bobby Digital!

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RESPECT JAMAICA! (Inspired By @VerzuzOnline’s “Bounty Killa Vs Beenie Man” Battle)


As I watched last night’s Verzuz Battle between Dancehall LEGENDS Bounty Killa and Beenie Man, I just felt inspired to write something. This may not be in the written style that grace popular International Media outlets, but sometimes you just have to write what you feel. – Wade Haye

Last night, nearly 500,000 people witnessed the clash of two giants in Jamaica’s music culture on Instagram. With close to 4 million views shared across other Social Media platforms, the beauty of it is that it was hosted in Jamaica, held in a Jamaican Studio, and through Jamaican Internet, and it was almost perfect! If you grew up during the beginning or peak of their careers, you know that Bounty and Beenie clashing a nuh normal ting. With Beenie Man celebrating over 40 years as a performer with Bounty Killa having over 30, a 20 song battle wouldn’t do this event justice. They further proved that when they kicked off a couple medleys throughout the over 2 hour long event. For those who are unaware (it’s ok), Hip Hop Producer/Mogul Swizz Beatz and Hip Hop Producer Timbaland kicked off their “Verzuz” battle series a few weeks ago. With the Covid 19 pandemic causing many to stay inside and be entertained by online offerings, Verzuz was made to highlight classic Artists, Producers, and Songwriters along with their timeless catalogues. So far, they’ve presented battles between Swizz Beatz and Timbaland, The-Dream and Sean Garrett, Neyo and Johnta Austin, Erykah Badu and Jill Scott, Lil Jon and T-Pain and others to the delight of many worldwide. Last night’s matchup however, was one that educated many, showcased classic Riddims and tracks, put Jamaica on the map even more, shook viewers with the BLACK GREEN AND GOLD, and will be an unforgettable experience for others.

Verzuz: Jamaica Edition started off in an authentic style with DJs Kurt Riley and Richie Dwarming” up the patrons with various Dancehall/Reggae mixes. Then the floor was open for two former foes/brothers for life to go toe to toe with the hits. In true and proper Jamaican manner, we started with the National Anthem. The stories behind most tracks before letting them loose was a joy to listen to. For those who lived through the 90s, you know Dancehall/Hip Hop collabs were very welcomed, and International collabs were (still is) a big thing for the culture. Beenie and Bounty kicked off a few of them, and the chat section was thoroughly entertained and educated. Then came the Police who caused the event to pause for a few minutes. While I believe it was a part of the act to bring some authenticity to the event (Police will show up to your event, only for it to end shortly after due to noise complaints or other reasons), Beenie’s humorous and somewhat stern approach to the Officers during the event was heavily cheered on.

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