Khaos blesses the Internet tonight with new music tonight fresh off his recent performance in New York. Titled “Some More“, this was produced by Class One Music and Nicko Rebel Music. Here, Khaos reflects on his journey as a Recording Artist, recalls those who doubted him, made fun of his work, never wished him any good, and wishes they’d do it some more so that he can work even harder. Khaos has been pretty busy as he’s still bringing his “Deception EP” to more listeners, enjoying 7 figure views off his collaboration with Andrew Trabass, and judging by his recent freestyles with Lincoln 3Dot…a new Mixtape? Stay tuned for more from Khaos but for now, check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Tifa may have a sweet personality, and is very friendly, but she has zero tolerance for certain things and she makes it known on “Don’t Try Me“! Produced by Fresh Ear Productions on the “Up Move Riddim“, Tifa makes the fellas know that when it comes to relationships she has some restrictions. If she’s disrespected, she’ll put you in check, and ensure that you’re replaced. Think twice before you diss Tifa, don’t try her enuh! Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Platinum Camp Records CEO Daddy Biggs and the team behind Reggae Sumfest 2016 presented for the first time ever, Barrington Levy and Beenie Man together on stage in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Together they performed their mega hit single “Murderer” which sent the crowd in a frenzy during the historic performance. It became a diplomatic affair as Biggs arranged for Rapper Shyne to fly to Jamaica from Belize to join Levy a.k.a. “Mellow Canary” for a surprise performance of their hit records “Bad Boys” and “Bonnie and Shyne”. The crowd erupted as the Hip Hop and Reggae Artists joined forces. It was a night of sheer pandemonium to see the two “bad boys” walk on stage for a final showdown.
In another interesting move, Daddy Biggs has arranged a Latin American and a European tour for Levy in the final quarter of 2016 which commences in Chile in October. Barrington Levy is also promoting his latest single “G.S.O.A.T”, which means “Greatest Survivor of All Time”. The song is an excellently crafted masterpiece that is set to be released on August 6th to commemorate the great survivors of Jamaica and its Independence.
For booking information contact Platinum Camp Records at 917 720 2267 or email email@example.com. You can also follow Platinum Camp Records on Instagram at @PlatinumCampRecords and @BarringtonLevy411.
“Wifey stand up and Matie walk out” is not the phrase you’d hear from Dancehall Artist Tifa. The one who was responsible for “Wife Me Up” a few years ago, has decided to look out for the Maties this time around with “Side Chick Upgrade“. Produced by Chimney Records on the Toll Road Riddim, Tifa plays the role of a Side chick who has ambitions of stepping up to the plate as “Wife” and does her part in ensuring that she is moved up very soon. Out from the dark into the light is the Matie’s mission, but for now she’ll play her role. Tifa has been busy this 2016 as she has dropped single after single, and kept her name buzzing from Blogs to Magazines to Music lists. One time fi di Matie dem! Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
With the release of their new single titled ‘MVP’, Recording Artistes Crazyhype and Oceana have been receiving great reviews both locally and Internationally. ‘MVP’ on the ‘Loxmyth Riddim’ is produced by DJ Crooks Music based in Los Angeles but has received positive feedback in Latin America, Europe, and the Caribbean.
‘MVP’ was initially a dance created by Crazyhype and the remaining M.O.B group. He said, “This dance is popular; it’s very easy to learn; several local and International groups have posted their personal choreographed videos online and they’ve been receiving great reviews”. One of the highlights of the video for the collaboration shot by video director Nordia Rose in Payne Land, Kingston was the featuring of Recording Artiste Bounty Killer dancing alongside several dancers.
Since the release of the video, both artistes have performed in Hollywood, Barcelona and Taiwan. They have also garnered the support of International recording artistes such as The Game, Jovi Rockwell and Kreesha Turner who all turned out to watch their performance in Hollywood. Both artistes promoting ‘MVP’ and another collaborative effort called ‘Brace’. They can be followed on Instagram @OceanaOfficial and @TheRealCrazyHype.
“Bodega Boys” is a Podcast series created by Social Media/Internet/TV Personalities Desus Nice and The Kid Mero and features a dose of their irreverent yet hilarious takes on Pop Culture. Sponsored by Red Bull and recorded at the Red Bull Studios in New York, this is another avenue that gave the hosts a huge following since their previous Podcast (Desus Vs Mero), and their TV stints (Uncommon Sense, Joking Off, Guy Code). What makes their content even more interesting is the fact that the Bronx based Desus and Mero were born to Immigrant Parents (Jamaican and the Dominican Republic respectively) and they share experiences dealing with them and the different cultures. Below are 10 Jamaican moments featured on their “Bodega Boys” Podcast.
Ep. 16: “Jamaica is the shining star of the Caribbean”
When co-host The Kid Mero asked Desus Nice if Jamaica was considered a 3rd World country, Desus quickly fired back saying it wasn’t, but created the film, “Third World Cop“. He further elaborated to say Jamaica invented everything including Reggae/Dancehall Music and Bob Marley, then went overboard with saying they invented Marijuana, Shipping Barrels, white Jeans, and Mesh Merinos. He also added that they utilized Tanks to store drinking water, claimed to be the home of the most beautiful women in the world and never took a loss when it came to fighting on the train.
Ep. 7: “Irie!”
Desus and Mero discussed Wrestling and what roles they’d play if they were hired as Tag Team Wrestlers. While Mero spoke on representing the Dominican Republic, Desus spoke on being a Wrestler representing Jamaica named “Kid Montego Bay” with attire consisting of a Mesh Merino, and plays on a bad Jamaican stereotype kind of like a character from “Cool Runnings” (or any “Jamaican” character in movies) where he smokes a spliff, using “Irie“, “We Jammin‘”, and “Big up” as catchphrases.
Ep. 6: “Yuh have a big face…”
Desus made reference to an NY Times article about the rising popularity of Jamaican food. The article detailed where to get it from and name dropped “Miss Lilly’s“, a popular Jamaican Dining spot in New York. Desus went on to advise listeners that the best Jamaican dining spots are located in Flat Bush, White Plains Rd, Boston Rd, and 2nd Ave in Mt. Vernon in New York. The downside to those locations are bad service, and they are usually in “dangerous” areas but serve great food nonetheless. He also presented scenarios where if a Vegan asks for “Gluten Free” meals, they will be attacked, or be given a stare down. He then spoke on an Aunt who runs a Restaurant and paints a picture of how the meeting will occur including being insulted by her at first glance. Then supported Desus’ statements by saying if you are served food in under 30 minutes, then it won’t be enjoyable, and most times when you order a meal, it will already by sold out even after confirming the order.