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.@_GhanaMusic Calls Out The Abusers On “Silence The Dread”!


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With lyrics that will have you thinking but also moving, Ghana is an Artist to watch this year and beyond. Ghana bites her tongue for no one however as she teams up with Producer Dale Virgo on “Silence The Dread“! Released through DZL Records, Ghana brings awareness to the many forms of abuse Women suffer at the hands of men all over the world. She also puts the spotlight on those who know about the abuse in the home, but turn a blind eye to it all. This song calls for more discussion on these matters, and more people to put into action that those who practice these types of abuse should be brought to justice.

Bringing a strong message during “Women’s History Month“, this is just a small part of Ghana’s rollout as she is finalizing her debut EP, “Gypsy Dread” to be released in June through DZL Records. If you were a witness to her live performances like at the recently held “9th Element” event in Kingston, then get ready for more as she plans to announce more shows in the coming days. She cannot be moved, muzzled, or put down when she’s lashing out against injustice! Lyric video by Hanna Phoenix, check out the track below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Instagram and Twitter at @13thStreetPromo.

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NEW VIDEO: @Lincoln3Dot – Broken Home


There are times when Recording Artist Lincoln 3Dot tells tales of his adventures with beautiful women via his Snapchat, or flexing his lyricism via Youtube or at an event near you. Today, he sheds light on troubled women in “Broken Home“. Directed by Spugy Ink Films, 3Dot states over the Dre Day produced track that even though he loves the “Bad girl” types, many of them have a story to tell that made them who they are. From abuse, a troubled childhood, to troubling finding love and acceptance, Lincoln lets the listeners know that many young girls lost in the world. With a single that reminds you of Ludacris’Runaway Love” and Nas’Black Girl Lost“, “Broken Home” could be mentioned with them when discussing serious issues in society among young women. They may see her smile, but they don’t know what she feels inside. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW MUSIC: @JDKMuzik – Just A Wreck


You’ve seen her in Sean Kingston’sOne Away” video, in countless photos showing off her physique, but did you know Jada K is also a Recording Artist? You may have heard her on Chuck Fender’sBelieve” single, or even her “Like What You See” single, but today she releases “Just A Wreck“. Here she urges young ladies to love themselves and see their worth, and speaks on those who have been used and abused on their journey to living a better life. A song with a message, something that deserves replays as these situations happen daily. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @KyngTaj x @Prince_Pine x @_JamarM – Gyal Clown


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Today, Comedian Kyng Taj plays the role of a young man being abused in his relationship in “Gyal Clown“. Featuring Prince Pine and Jamar M, we see Taj being made less of a man and the news spread to his friends who find humor in it. Wanting out of the torture, Taj calls on them to help him stand up to his woman. Will Taj win this one? Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW MUSIC: @OutstandinJLuga – Bun Raper


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With strong lyrics in his arsenal, Dancehall artist J. Luga speaks out against rapists and child abusers in his latest single. Titled “Bun Raper” and produced by Prolific Records, Luga gets at those who seek pleasure in abusing children and taking advantage of women, and warns that there will be dire consequences if they continue to do these evil acts. With Rape being a topic in the news, J. Luga believes in the anti-rape movement and will bring justice for those who have experienced the hurt and will protect others from being a statistic. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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#JaBlogDay Music: I-Noble – Mama Cry (Babylon Brutality)


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In recognition of Jamaica Blog Day I present a post on the subject of Police brutality and abuse in Jamaica. In the Reggae/Dancehall culture the Law Enforcement has been an enemy to many and while their job is to “Protect and Serve“, many members of the Police force go against the creed and abuse their authority and make enemies out of the people who depend on them to bring order and justice in their communities. Many unlawful murders and imprisonments are the result and the tension between residents and Police increases at a rapid rate. The Police and their abuse has been a subject in many songs over the years but today I share a song by someone who experienced it including losing a family member. “Mama Cry” is a song done by singer I-Noble who resides in Trench town, one of the places where Police brutality has occurred over the years. In his song he speaks about the occurrences between residents and Police in inner-city communities on a regular basis, the effects of people that go through the situations, and how many corrupt Policemen collect accolades for their wrongdoings. Produced by Lanz and Christina Grand of Reggae Embassy, check out the song below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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