With his “Deception EP” around the corner, Recording Artist Khaos drops his highly anticipated video for “One F**k“. Directed by Sean Alaric and shot in Florida, we follow Khaos meeting a young lady at the Gas Station and he proceeds to finesse the digits from her. From there the two get better acquainted at a house party and you know how it goes at one of those events (wink wink nudge nudge). With cameos from Rapper Bruce, Producer Kris Beatz, Comedian Gunnta, and lots of liquor and party patrons. Is Khaos gonna follow up to this story? Stay tuned to find out. Khaos’ “Deception EP” is now available for preorder on iTunes! Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
When you think Don Cotti is taking a break after dropping a project, guess again. After dropping the “Back From The Dojo” project a couple weeks ago, Cotti is back with the “Bun A Badmind EP“. Featuring 7 tracks with a blend of Grime, Dancehall, Dubstep, and EDM with contributions from Kahn, Wiley, Redlight, Rusko, and Mystry. More music for your ears, more raves, and more dope production. Check out the EP below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
No stranger to this Blog, DJ Ariez recently became a member of “The Ultimate” DJ collective, Chromatic. Here he teams up with fellow member Shantonio (Tonio) to deliver the live audio named “Island Invasion: Quick Fyah“. Spinning the hits, these two made sure you have a very enjoyable experience. It is recommended that you play this at a high volume, and keep the Auxiliary Cord handy. If you’ve been to an event where Chromatic played, then you’ll not be disappointed. Congrats to the homie Ariez on the move, but right now it’s time to party! Check out the mix below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
It’s no secret that Hip Hop Artist Drake is a fan of Jamaica’s music culture. From his choice of slang, to his affiliations, to his hometown being chock full of the Jamaican influence, it’s only right that his “Views” album gets some of the essence. Off the recently released album, Dancehall Artist Mavado is featured on Views’ 2nd track, “9“. “9” features a sample from the Deejay’s 2007 single “Dying” off his “Gangsta For Life” debut album. “Dying” was produced by DASECA Productions and features Serani. It’s not the first time both Artists have crossed paths as Mavado played a role in Drake’s “Find Your Love” video off “Thank Me Later“, and Drake was a guest during Mavado’s set at “Britjam 2011“. “Views” also sampled Beenie Man’s “Tear Off Mi Garment” on an updated version of “Controlla” which was previously leaked with Dancehall Artist Popcaan. “Controlla” also gave writing credits to Jamaican Producer Stephen “Di Genius” McGregor and Supa Dups. “Tear Off Mi Garment” was produced by Patrick Roberts and was released in 1995 on the “Urkle Riddim“. Popcaan’s “Love Yuh Bad” is also sampled on the Rihanna assisted “Too Good” and also includes Supa Dups in the writing credits. The track was produced by Dre Skull and is featured on Popcaan’s debut album, “Where We Come From“. Popcaan is currently affiliated with Drake’s OVO group. “Views” is now available on iTunes.
Recording Artist/Producer Jus D. wants you to get ready for Crop Over 2016 with his new single, “Give It To Me“. Produced by DRWTHVN and Dev Kutta, they deliver an energetic single that will result in booty shaking, gyrating hips, trucks being used as props, neighbours raving with you (or arguing), and an overall good time. The Future Soca movement, which combines Soca, Dancehall, EDM, and Afrobeats, is ready to flood the streets, the airwaves and your playlists, get ready for it. Get familiar with the Bajan fire starter by checking out the track below, and share your thoughts in the comments section.