March 8th is recognized worldwide as International Women’s Day. This day highlights women all over the world who doing great things in every category you can think of. We salute you today, so how about a lil music? Hopping on our Spotify channel, we’ve compiled a few tracks that empower women…inna Dancehall style! Titled “Woman Run Tings!“, listeners can enjoy almost an hour’s worth of tracks performed by Jamaican female Dancehall Artists who show women in power positions, maintaining independence, holding their own, and demanding respect. Salute to all the women who have made an impact on our lives, those who are making power moves, and those involved in the development of this very Blog! We hope we did a good job here, feel free to follow the Playlist, and follow us on Spotify! Check it out below.
“The Release” is an Entertainment Program featured on Hype TV and Sun City Radio every Tuesday at 8:30 PM, with repeats on Thursday and Saturday at 6:30 PM. Hosted by Talisa Taylor, the program features some of the newest entertainment releases and upcoming events. In this episode Recording Artists D’Angel and Lil Vaughn discuss their “Whine Factory Remix“, we see highlights from the recently held “Nah Cook Sunday“, this week’s music picks, a recap of Sun City Radio’s High School Disc Jock Competition and more. If you want to check out seasons 1 and 2, and previous releases, look here. To get your releases featured, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and tell them 13thStreetPromotions sent you. Check out the latest releases below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Grenada based artiste Lil Vaughn has remixed D’Angel’s latest single, ‘Whine Factory’. The Dancehall artiste says she has a love for Soca music and was intrigued by Vaughn’s charisma and sound. The remix is a joint effort between Hitmatic Records, Spice Concoction, Angel’s Production and StarrLite Music Group. Both artistes were introduced to each other through their PR Agency, Taylor Made Events and PR Management.
D’Angel is known for several hit collaborations such as ‘Time of My Life’ featuring Beenie Man, ‘Baby Fada’ featuring Vybz Kartel and ‘Can’t Love you Like Me’ featuring G-Whizz. She is now eager to score big with this new remix. D’Angel said “Its Carnival time and I am a lover of all forms of Caribbean music so working with Lil Vaughn with his unique style was ideal to take the single to another level”.
Lil Vaughn on the other hand is one of the youngest yet promising Soca artiste from Grenada. He is signed to the Spice Concoction label and has completed several collaborations with Jamaican artistes such as QQ and Mr. Vegas. He shared “Working with D’Angel was a great experience, she is talented and truly a trend setter. I believe that this remix will definitely hit the charts soon especially in the Caribbean”.
Both artistes have started their promotional trail and hope to shoot the video for the remix in the Caribbean. The remix is also available on iTunes and Amazon. Fans can follow their progress on Social Media @DAngelMusic1 and @IamLilVaughn
Lil Vaughn: +1473 407-2727
D’Angel: +1876 414-0962
The “1st Lady Of Dancehall” graced the Onstage set recently, and introduced the world to her “Whine Factory“. She also gave a career update, premiered the visuals to “Whine Factory“, and pushing away claims that she can’t “Wine“. Though short, D’Angel has pleased many viewers with her presence. Look out for her uncut version of “Whine Factory“. Check out the Interview below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Tonight, the popular CVM TV series Onstage goes live via live streaming. Check out the stream below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Recording artiste D’Angel has been out and about on her promotional trail visiting several media houses. She is now ready to shoot the video for her sizzling single ‘Whine Factory’ produced by Hitmatic Records which she believes will be “mind blowing” and “fashion forward”.
The video will be shot by Bloozick Films and will focus on high fashion and positive vibrations. D’Angel said “I never resigned from being a model; I love fashion so I opted to use a Jamaican designer to get my looks for this video”. The‘Blazing’ artiste recorded the single earlier this year but by the request of her fans she decided to shoot the video for the single.
‘Whine Factory’ has also turned heads because of the line in the single that says “a dah wine yah mi use an hold zagga zow a it mi use an hold di gad”. D’Angel shared, “I poked a lot of fun on the rumours in the past in this song, many people say I can’t dance and others still make jokes about my past relationship with Beenie Man and Bounty Killer so now I am having fun with it too in my song. I am an entertainer at heart and nothing can keep me down”.
Not only is D’Angel making progress in her career but she is eager to establish the ‘D’Angel Foundation. In 2014, D’Angel donated over one hundred thousand dollars to an infirmary in Spanish Town. The first lady has also made appearances at several charity events in particular Stampede’s Spanish Town prison visit.
D’Angel is also working with several stylists and designers to complete her new photo shoot for new promotional merchandise. Fans can follow D’Angel on Instagram @DAngelMusic and on Twitter @DAngelMusic1
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