Loving that visual for Childish Gambino’s “This Is America“? If you haven’t been paying attention, there have been a few parodies of the video floating around. With that said, you know Jamaicans have to have their own versions. Today, Youtuber JNel Comedy is one of those joining in the fun with “This Is Jamaica“. From Teens getting themselves in trouble, to Uptown vs Downtown. to “Badminded people“, JNel covers a few topics throughout the video while busting a couple dance moves. A good watch from start to finish, JNel Comedy has been making folks laugh worldwide thanks to parodies, voice overs, and original skits. Check out the video below, and follow us on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
How secure is your home? What services do you use? ADT? King Alarm? Hawkeye? Well today, Comedian Kyng Tavii helps out his father in ensuring their humble abode is protected at all times in “Security System“! Before making their way to the market, Tavii’s father wanted to make use of his new Security System that he installed. Things get bad when it fails to get started. I wonder why it doesn’t work? These things are so easy to use. Tavii on the other hand tries to help, but things take a turn for the worst. Watch what happens below!
Ladies, have you ever been with a financially mean Partner? How was it for you? There are some Men that are so tight with their money in a relationship, you’d think the money was their significant other. Comedian OneRomone however, plays that role in his latest video! Making a Parody of Dancehall Artist Aidonia’s “Yeah Yeah” hit, Romone goes off in a Mean Men members’ meeting about not spending on his Women, making sure he doesn’t satisfy their material demands, and even penny pinching when it comes to food. Instead of “Yeah Yeah Yeah“, he wilds out and shouts “No No No“! I’m sure Rom isn’t like that in real life, we know the ladies would be on his case in an instant! Big up Aidonia and 4th Genna Music as well. Directed by the Warren Weir helmed “Weirz World“, and an apperance by Kevin2WoKrayzee, check out the video below!
There comes a time when we all have to leave this world, all that we’ve ever known is no longer with us, and we embark on the After life. While many are at peace with that, Comedian Kyng Tavii believes he’s not ready to go when the Grim Reaper comes in “The Grim Con“. Featuring fellow Comedian Kevin2WoKrayzee as the Grim Reaper, we see a hilarious skit where Tavii tries his best to escape the Reaper’s Scythe, and Kevin’s not having it. Will Tavii join him in the After life? Or will he see another day on Earth? You’d have to watch to find out! Shot by McDon Productions, check out the video below!
For years there have been talks about making venues for fresh young talent to showcase their works in Jamaica. While some have popped up over time, one that is here to stay is held at the Stones Throw Bar every monday by the name of “New Wave”! Located at 1b Mannings Hill Rd. in Kingston, patrons witness displays of Art from some rising stars from 8PM to 12AM. Since its inception in late 2016, it has quickly become the talk of the town, or rather the Island. For those who don’t know, we recently interviewed a couple members behind the “New Wave” team, Lindsey Lodenquai (Head Coordinator), and Davida-Mae Chambers (Social Media Manager/Coordinator). Open your mind for a “New Wave”!
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If you do not know TWIN OF TWINS you must live under a rock and even so I think the rock would surely attest to the significance of these brothers to the Jamaican culture through their popular hit series STIR IT UP that holds the attention of Jamaicans since its inception in the mid 90s. The Twin of Twins are set to release their eleventh installment of their highly anticipated STIR IT UP (Volume 11) and the fans are in a frenzy. We caught up with Patrick (Curly Lox the Voice Box) Gaynor earlier this week. When quizzed about why they took nearly four years to release another volume after the tremendous success of Volume 10 and all the volumes before? Gaynor explained that they’ve been going through a lot considering and reconsidering where the work is concerned. He went on to say that sometimes he feels that the work is not worth his time, effort, finance and resources that he personally put into these projects.