After months of waiting and a couple tracks to hold us over, Recording Artist Alexx A-Game finally delivers his latest project titled, “Real ‘N’ True: Vol. 1“. Featuring 9 tracks, A-Game flexes his musical muscle here as he tackle various Riddims but still gives us the thought provoking bars and the right vibes. With Production from Vern Hill, YogiDaProducer, Elite Generation Records, Demar Gayle, Dwayne Morris (Cahban Records), Soundcheque Productions and 808 Charmer, Alexx even gets to remix Drake’s “Controlla“, and goes back into time on the “Bug Riddim“. No more talking, time to listen to some new A-Game! Listen below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Armed with green hair, a bad attitude, lyrics, and her crew, Mystic is ready for whatever in the visual for the DizTroy assisted “30 Bad Bitches“. Directed by Dennis Brown Films and shot in Port Antonio, we see Mystic firing off lyrics, getting her nails done, and busting out the moves with her all girl crew in various scenes. What also caught us is the beauty of the location especially the backdrop displayed while Mystic gets her nails done, and various random shots. The Producers Dizzle and Troy Baker make brief appearances in the video along with an old white lady who was not shy about showing off her moves. Packing the Mac in the back of the ‘Lac, punish a fassy who willing fi chat. The DizTroy Featuring Mystic Davis EP is now available on iTunes. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
It’s Friday and we’ve teamed up with ZJ West again for another issue of the “ZJWestYFFRMX” series! Also called “ZJWest YFF Remix” or “ZJ West Youngest Freshest Friday Remix“, our aim is to highlight the creativity of the ZJ that has been making noise over the years whether on the “Z” or in the streets! Today, Dancehall Artists Chi Ching Ching and Ding Dong have a “Dance Off!“. Hosted by Idris Elba, the two Deejays/Dancers open the dance floor and create a scene with their hits over C+C Factory’s 90s classic “Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now)“. We aim to deliver a new remix every Friday on the Blog, so stay tuned! Follow @ZipJockWest on Instagram and tune in to Zip 103 FM to hear his sets on “Zip Dreams“, “Zip Drive“, “Zip Tease” and on the “Youngest Freshest Friday” segments. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Whether or not you celebrate Halloween, DJ/Producer Kickraux just unleashed a dope new mix fi rule the nights! In his “Dub So Scary” Halloween Mix, Kickraux pays respect to the classic Reggae singles that fit the “Halloween” theme. Featuring hits from Ernie Smith, King Yellow Man, Peter Tosh, Bounty Killa, Lee “Scratch” Perry, Max Romeo and many more, this is for the the Duppy Conquerors, the Van Helsings, the Dub Students, the Reggae Fans, and music lovers! Check out the Mixtape below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Producer Kris Karz is back at it again with his “Kngly Live!” series! Recently he teamed up with Recording Artist Kapital Stone a.k.a. J-Stone and Musician Trevor Hansen for a Disney inspired, “Enchanted Road“. Speaking on a troubled relationship, Stone made reference to Disney as one of the factors for keeping it together and working things out. With Karz on the keys, Stone with a Drum and Trevor armed with a Guitar, this session was a great listen and even without the song, you can still move to the rhythm! Kapital Stone is an Artist based in Florida that has been making some noise there for a quite a while. Look out for more “Kngly Live!” sessions soon! Get familiar with KnglyStudios.com! Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
You’ve seen her on TV, you’ve witnessed her performances on Broadway, you’ve assisted in her various causes over the years, but did you know Sheryl Lee Ralph is also a Singer? Today’s Oldies Sunday showcases a moment in her singing career with “In The Evening“! Produced by Trevor Lawrence and written by Lawrence and Frank Musker, this Dance/Pop single was released in 1984 and was a part of her only album, “In The Evening” on the The New York Music Company Label. On the single, Sheryl sings about the challenges of living in New York City, but all that is pushed aside when she becomes a part of the nightlife where she states, “The real me comes alive“.