It’s the weekend, and you need to build some vibes with friends. Luckily, DJ Scribz has that covered as he presents the 5th volume in his “Cruise Control” Mixtape series! Featuring over an hour of Dancehall hits from some of your favourite Artists, this is the fix you need to kick away those bad vibes. Whether you hit the road or stay at home, this mix will be a joy to listen from start to finish! If you love what Scribz is offering, be sure to book him at your next event! Check out the Mixtape below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
At some point in our lives, we go through some form of heartbreak. Whether we lost a special someone, or missed an incredible opportunity, or took the last bite out of some of the best food you’ve ever had, we all have to handle it in our own way. Recently, Dancehall Artist Shenseea updated her Instagram page with a post that suggested she was having some “quality time” with a young lady. While Social Media did their usual expressing of outrage or support, resident Shenseea admirer/keeper of Shenseea’s comment section/Comedian/Youtuber Yaadman Etan took to video share his feelings of the situation. From finding out about her in 2016, Etan broke down his journey into loving the “Shen Yeng” to now discovering the new development. Will you share in his heartbreak, or laugh at his pain? Check out the video below and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
DJ Khaled is back with a brand new album! Titled “Father of Asahd“, he finally got together all the surprise collaborations and anthems in one package to present to the world. If you’ve been following up with the DJ, you know he’s about his “Yaad man tings“, and with the release of his album comes Jamaican collaborations. One that kicks off the album is “Holy Mountain” which features Sizzla Kalonji, Mavado, and the “Gargamel” himself, Buju Banton! Recording Artist 070 Shake joins them for a solid opener filled with some proper delivery from the Artists over a sample of former Dancehall Child star, the late Billy Boyo with his hit “One Spliff A Day“.
While Buju joins Khaled on the closer “Holy Ground“, fans are treated to an anthem featuring some greats in Dancehall and Reggae. Big up Asahd the Executive Producer. Check out the track below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
With extraordinary energy and moves that packed tonnes of explosive force, the long-running Charles Chocolates Dancin’ Dynamites wrapped the national legof its fourteenth season last Sunday with resilient crowd pleasers Too Kool being crowned the 2019 national champions, copping the coveted first-place title and over $1.5M in cash and prizes.
‘Mad and Mean’ was the theme and promise for this season, and the dance crew comprising Shawn Corrodus, Damoya Grant and Michael Thompson thrilled the live audience and television viewers islandwide as they showcased their winning moves to the intersecting rhythms of the West African Afrobeat musical genre.
“It was a very complicated competition,” Damoya Grant, the group’s only female member, shared. “It was very stressful, but words can’t express our [happiness to] win, and we’re more than ready for next week when we take on the international dancers.”
- Competition judge Orville shares the stage in showcasing dancehall moves from years past with show competitors from previous years.
Having earned bragging rights of emerging as national champions after a week of public voting leading up to part one the finale staging, the crew will advance to part two of the finale on Sunday, May 19 where they will face off against dancers from Colombia, Cuba, and St. Lucia at the Jamaica College auditorium.
Too Kool, New Era and Legend Squad, who each placed first, second and third respectively,performed prepared and impromptu routines with the latter guided by an exciting judges’challenge, where the teams created routines on spot.
While this track scorched many playlists, melted speakers, and became one of our favourites in 2017, Leno Banton and Royal Blu finally give us the visual for their track, “Meanwhile“! With JRDN MARS handling the visual, the duo take turns hitting you with the lines that you’ve enjoyed over that JLL production. It’s the mixture of fuego and light speed that you can’t get enough of since the song’s release. A bit of a trippy visual here with the addition of performance clips, and MARS did a really great job here as they fit the song perfectly. It is recommended that you have some herb for an enhanced viewing effect. Dem a talk, and dem a pree, but we just want you to catch the premiere viewing below. Show us some love on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
If you didn’t know, Recording Artist Chronic Law is one of the hottest Artists on the scene right now. With singles that are quickly becoming mainstays on mixtapes and playlists, the “Law Boss” is really hustling for 2019 to be his year. Today, “Remix Boss” DJ Jer grabs one of the Deejay’s singles, “Celebrate” for his latest mashup! Calling on Hip Hop group Arrested Development’s 1992 classic, “People Everyday (Metamorphosis Remix)“, we get “Celebrate (Remix)“!
With the original produced by Seanizzle Records, Chronic Law gives us some motivational lyrics as we all have our share of trials and tribulations, but when the great times come, we celebrate! If you need DJ Jer for your next function or mixtape, hit him up! 6ixx is real. Check out the track below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.