Dropping new music today is Reggae/Dancehall Artist Alexx A-Game! While he gave us a freestyle the last time, he aims to motivate us again with “Only Time Will Tell“. Produced by Elite Generation Records on the “Cloud 10 Riddim“, Alexx shares his morning regimen, and lets us know that even though life has its many obstacles and some people will show another side of them, only time will tell how things will turn out. He encourages listeners to not stress about it as life has a way of making things ok as long as you do right in the world. A single that can be placed beside “Rise Up Now” and “A-Game Everyday“, the young Artist knows how to uplift many with his music. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Replacing the Bamboo Trees for metal bars, Alexx A-Game delivers the “Panda (Freestyle)“. Having a crack at Desiigner’s popular “Panda” Instrumental, A-Game proclaims it’s “money time” and he switches the flow to let naysayers and fans know that his career will continue to take flight and he’ll be one of the best out. Be on the lookout for his upcoming “RealNTrue” album, and his UK trek this summer! Run di money now, 13thStreetPromotions needs fi dem money now (lol). Directed by Jason Thomas, check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
With an album on the way, Recording Artist A-Game drops a new anthem for all the go getters! Titled “Rise Up Now” and produced by Sound Cheq and Vern Hill, A-Game encourages listeners to get up and work for what you want so that the rewards are sweeter in the end. If you’ve been following A-Game, you could call this song a part 2 to “A-Game Everyday” as he drops very dope motivational music. With an awesome production that compliments this single, this is a taste of what’s to come on his “Real N True” album that’s slated to drop in February. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Although things went a little left recently, Recording artist A-Game promises to make great music and proves that with his latest effort. Titled “No Time Fi Badmind” and produced by Vern and Elly B, A-Game first asks God to guide him on his journey to be great and never focus on the negatives that try to stop him over a production that uplifts you. A-Game has no time to hate on another, as you should. Watch out for more new music from him and his “Road Life” band this year. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
“Yogi a weh yuh find da riddim yah?” Dropping a new video today is Dancehall artist A-Game. Titled “Real Born Stunna“, and directed by RD Studios, we see A-Game cruising in St. Vincent with the SubKonshus crew as the location was a part of their tour stops. A-Game has been busy promoting his “A-Game Everyday” mixtape (available here) and touring so it was only right that he dropped a video and give a glimpse of his touring life. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
A-GAME DOMINATES GUNGO WALK FESTIVAL
While his new single is burning up the airwaves A-Game has been making moves. After his return from a European Tour with Konshens and the Blu Print Band he performed and dominated the popular Gungo Walk Festival held yearly at Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts. The festival featured other popular acts such as Chevaughn, Wayne Marshall, Ikaya and many more.
His set started at 6:30 pm and featured his hit song ‘A-Game Everyday’ along with new singles such as ‘Working All Day’, ‘Ego’, and ‘Must Give In’ which was an acoustic preview of an unreleased collaboration with Subkonshus artiste Javada. A-Game shared, “my set was complex, it had a lot of variations and it was very dynamic especially because of the intensity from my backing band A1”.
Additionally, A-Game received a lot of support from the music fraternity who attended the event to support his live performance. Subkonshus CEO and mentor to A-Game, Konshens was in attendance along with Delus, JCapri, and Kevin from Voicemail. “I had to support A-Game, he is very talented and ambitious and I wanted to hear his new material” shared the ‘Pull Up to Mi Bumpa’ singjay JCapri, while the ‘Gal a Bubble’ star Konshens added “Cah him bad an me know! I want to know how long it will be before everybody else knows; seeing him live helps with my survey as well as puts me in fan mode for a bit”.
A-Game who received a very welcoming reception from the patrons added “I thought that was my best performance so far and many individuals thought it was the best performance for the show and I am grateful for that. I also believe it was a start for me. I wanted to prove myself in a live performance and not just in recordings; music is changing and unlike most young acts I find that it is imperative that work is put into perfecting my craft and how I present myself to my fans”.
Publicist for A-Game, Talisa Taylor shared “A-Game has been doing exceptionally well and his single has aired on several radio stations here in Jamaica and abroad. He has also been receiving great support online and as such I strongly believe that this is the beginning of something great”. A-Game is set to release a collaboration with Konshens produced by DJ Benny Page from the UK.