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.@NaomiCowan Delivers Some Sweet Vocals On “Paradise Plum”!


Earlier this year we featured this young lady as one of the female acts to look out for this year. With “Things You Say You Love” getting favourable spins currently, Naomi Cowan gives us more with a sweet treat titled “Paradise Plum“. Produced by Teflon ZincFence, Naomi gives us a song that many women in relationships can relate with. A blend of old school Lover’s Rock along with some samples and some of that Reggae Pop, try not to get too many cavities after listening to this one.

When asked about expectations about the single, Naomi shared, “My hope for this song is that it transcends boundaries. Everyone deserves that sweet, authentic, Paradise Plum type of love.

When was the last time you had a Paradise Plum? Get to hunting for some today! Get familiar with the new tune below, and follow us on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.

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.@VoiideMuzik & Rushae Fight To Live In “No Sunshine”!


Dancehall Artist Voiide has been on the grind these past few weeks. On the mission to be heard for 2018 and beyond, he shows listeners the various styles to his art. Today we feature his latest single, “No Sunshine“. Produced by Van-Clive and featuring Rushae, Voiide shows how dark it can get in the country when it comes to not having easy access to a better way of living. The harsh reality anywhere is that when there is no love, and pleas fall on deaf ears of those in power, some people will do whatever to survive. “No Sunshine” is just one of many singles Voiide plans to flood the streets with this year. The track is also available on iTunes/Apple Music (Get it here). For now, check out the track below, share with a friend, and follow us on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.

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.@PopDollarz Borrows @Ini_Kamoze’s “Hot Stepper” For A “Lyrical Anthem”!


That’s how we dweet man! It’s no surprise that Dancehall/Reggae music enjoyed great crossover success in the US market in the 90s. From acts like Shabba Ranks, Super Cat, and Bounty Killa, to dance moves like “Pepperseed”, “Bogle”, and “Butterfly”, Jamaica’s music culture went places. Looking to the 90s for his latest track, Bronx Rapper Pop Dollarz drops “Lyrical Anthem“! Borrowing Ini Kamoze’s smash hit, “Here Comes The Hot Stepper“, Dollarz goes in a lil over the Salaam Remi production while allowing the OG track to breathe throughout. A nice shout out to the 90s Dancehall, and many places that bumped the music back then. Remember when “Hot Stepper” got featured in a JC Penny Commercial? Still love you like that…

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Let @DojaCat “Wine Pon You” With Her @Konshens Featured Single!


It’s Friday, and that means the long weekend is here for many. While some are participating in a few activities for Easter, R&B Singer Doja Cat has a song for you if you’re all about having a two person party later. Linking up with Dancehall Artist Konshens, she gets sultry on “Wine Pon You“. The track is a part of Doja’s recently released album, “Amala“, and finds her happily dishing out the moves to a lucky recipient while Konshens pops up and lets her know the tricks he has up his sleeve.

Konshens is enjoying his run this year as he made International moves with the likes of Nipsey Hussle and Rick Ross, and recently released his “It Feel Good” album. Do you want Doja to pop it like Ginkgo Biloba? Check out the track below, and follow us on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.

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The Carters In Jamrock: 5 Times Jamaica Has Been A Part Of Their Careers


If you’re living under a rock (or you were pretty busy), the Carters (Beyonce and Jay Z) are in Jamaica! With their “On The Run 2” Tour dates drawing near, they’ve decided to hop on a Plane and pass through “Jamrock” to get some things done. Word is they’re shooting a video, and you know fans from all over are trying to get some camera time with Queen Bey and Jigga. While they’re no stranger to the Island, we’d like to highlight 5 times Jamaica has been a part of their careers. If no island vibes nuh inna it, it nah go nice! Check them out below!

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1. One of Beyonce’s biggest singles, “Run The World (Girls)“, sampled Dancehall.

Beyonce’s 2011 single was the anthem for Women Empowerment worldwide, and off the album, “4“. Produced by The-Dream, Switch, and Shea Taylor, the single sampled “Pon De Floor“, a collaborative effort between Major Lazer and Dancehall Icon Vybz Kartel. Beyonce’s single went on to become one of her biggest ones to date, and gave the “World Boss” some writing credit too.

2. Jay Z has rapped over a few Dancehall/Reggae samples.

Jay Z’s from Brooklyn, New York, an area that is heavily populated by Caribbean folks. He must have some sort of Jamaican influence in his songs, right? He has thrown some patois in the lyrics, but singles like “On To The Next One” off his “Magna Carter…Holy Grail” album borrowed a piece of Cutty Rank’s infamous intro off his 1992 single, “A Who Seh Me Dun“. Other samples include Max Romeo’sChase The Devil“, which was featured on “Lucifer“, the late John Holt’sI Will” on “Encore“, Sizzla’sSolid As A Rock” on “Crown“, and Sister Nancy’sBam Bam” and Jacob Miller’sTenement Yard” on “Bam“. Big up the Producers involved.

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.@Konshens Featured On @NipseyHussle’s Latest Album, “Victory Lap”!


If you’re a listener of West Coast Hip Hop, you were aware of the release of “Victory Lap” this week. The highly anticipated Album by LA Rapper/Entrepreneur Nipsey Hussle saw the light after 7 years of waiting. Featuring 16 tracks, fans can tune in and hear the lyrics from one of West Coast Hip Hop’s most respected figures. While the Album has features, one familiar voice may have caught many off guard, and it was the voice of Dancehall Artist Konshens! Appearing on track 9, “Succa Proof“, Konz assisted Nipsey with some badman lyrics and showed listeners the 876/213 link up! The track was produced by DJ Khalil, Mike & Keys, and Rance, the track has already been shown to be a favourite so far on Social Media. Aside from features, Konshens has been working on new music, including dropping more songs with a message. “Victory Lap” is now available on all Digital Music Streaming services. Check out “Succa Proof” below.

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