Overseas based Recording Artist Voiide has been on the scene for quite some time giving listeners a dose of his Dancehall and Hip Hop influenced sound. Recently he made some noise with his latest single, “JEFE“, and today he adds the official Music Video to the roll out. Directed by ShotByGod, Voiide speaks on his way of life in terms of how he handles friendships, business, confrontations, and the ladies, and he cannot be easily swayed to change as it’s in his genes. The track was also produced by Smitty Links. With his DMS Way (Different Mind State) movement, he seeks to make his presence felt even more in 2018 as he plans to release more music covering various themes. “JEFE” the single is now available on all Digital Music Retailers including Amazon Music, Spotify, and Apple Music. Not even Bleach can keep up with his dirty ways. Check out the video below.
Canadian based music group, Konsequence Music continues to dominate 2015, this time with the release of the “True Colours Riddim”. The project featured artistes such as Jahmiel, Andre Shepherd, Vershon, 3 Star, Quick Cook, Jae Prynce and many more. The label reached out to Jahmiel for the song “True Colours” and Andre Shepherd for his song “Covered”, arguably two of Jamaica’s finest vocalists, who have delivered superbly.
True Colours Riddim is an upbeat one, and got its name from Jahmiel’s song of that same name. The Riddim has received great reviews since its release both locally and internationally. The songs are available for purchase on all digital platforms including iTunes, Spotify, CD Baby, Amazon Music and Google Play. The difference with this project is the universal message that it is sending out that everyone and anyone can relate to.
Andre Shepherd has this to say about his song “Covered”, “The song speaks to everyone. We all can relate to the song and most importantly it affirms the fact throughout whatever we are going through, we are all covered by the most high. The music is upbeat and creates a spirit of hope and this song encourages us to always be optimistic and proactive.” Jahmiel is also very pleased with the song and anticipates that it will be a success. “I have no doubt that this entire project will be successful. So far I have been getting a lot of positive feedback from this song and I know it can only better from here.”
CEO of Konsequence Music, Mr. Peart says that he hopes to get the company and the Riddim the much deserved attention with this project. The Label has put out quite a number of notable songs since its inception including Versatile’s “Work Flow”, the “Summa Escape Riddim”, Jah Vinci’s “Be Strong”, Exco Levi’s “If You Wanna Leave”, Melloquence’s “Beautiful Distraction” and Khago’s “Nuh Fi Legalize.”
For the rest of the year Konsequence Music will be busy working on numerous projects for their growing fan base.
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In support of his My World album, Gaza Maxwell dropped this song for the ladies today. Titled “My World” and produced by Kimichi Records, Maxwell does a bit of singing here to get his lady ready for what he has in store. Want to be in his world? Download the song below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
In a music industry where the best Dancehall artiste of the last and current decades is locked away from the world and artistes are either attempting to win fans over with a new sound or copy from what sells, there’s one Jamaican rapper that aims to prove to the world that his brand of Hip Hop music is worth many replays. Five Steez is currently the best Jamaican hip hop artiste that you’ve never heard of…until now. Armed with lyrics that promotes consciousness and paints pictures of his surroundings and experiences he has faced, he doesn’t sell you bad man dreams and demon wishes but instead gives you that raw rap.