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OLDIES SUNDAY: DYCR – Misunderstanding (2004)


They can ban the music everywhere else, but on this Blog, we provide a platform. Today is Oldies Sunday! Today’s selection will make you think, will have you in awe, and will make you laugh. Today, we go back in time to check out Dub Poet DYCR’sMisunderstanding“.

Produced by Black & White for DownSound Records and released in 2004 on the “Invasion Riddim“, DYCR shows us that misunderstanding can be dangerous when the wrong person’s involved. Released during the tenure of US President George W. Bush at the White House, DYCR goes into a story of a Farmer named Joe who lived a simple life. Never bothered to modernize himself, he was far removed from all the technological advances that we have all been accustomed to, even avoided reading the news. Despite all of that, he was able to sustain himself in the countryside, only coming to the town for supplies. One day, Joe got word that his family wanted to file papers in order for him to travel and live in the United States, which turned into something exciting for Joe. The happy moment soon turned into a serious, and a rather hilarious one that you have to tune in to learn about.

DYCR’s clever lyricism and straight-forward delivery made “Misunderstanding” one of his best pieces of work. “Misunderstanding” showed listeners that clarity is very important in conversation, and ignorance can make things go very left. “Misunderstanding” was a part of a run of singles from DYCR that found him traveling near and far performing his works, solidifying his space as one of the top acts in Jamaica during the early 2000s.

Since the release of “Misunderstanding”, DYCR went on to release more singles, and two albums. He is still active, spreading his work through Social Media, and performing wherever he is summoned. “Misunderstanding” remains one of DYCR’s most memorable releases.

Thank You DYCR For This Classic!

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.@ElephantManJA Yuh “Find It” With This New Track!


After teasing Social Media for a few days, Dancehall’sEnergy GodElephant Man brings some of that hit making vibes with his new track, “Find It“! Released through Downsound Records, Elephant Man is on a mission to “Tek it to dem” in this 4th quarter. While Ele is no stranger to making hits all year round, expect this one to be the life of the party and prompting many to break out in dance in the coming days!

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R.I.P. Louie Rankin and Mr. Wacky!

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Watch @ReggaeSumfest Reggae Night Live!


Reggae Sumfest 2016 comes to a close tonight in Montego Bay with “Reggae Night“! Featuring performances from Tarrus Riley, Barrington Levy, Sanchez, Nature, Busy Signal, The “Don DadaSuper Cat, and many more! For those who could not attend, 13thStreetPromotions has got you covered! Watch the live stream below!

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NEW VIDEO: @OnstageTV Interviews @Nature_Reggae


Nature

While his label has been a part of some controversy in recent times, Nature distanced himself from it by being busy making a name for himself. With 13 years in as a Reggae artist, he now delivers his debut album. Tonight on Onstage, he stopped by to have a chat with Winford Williams. Here he spoke on his beginnings, releasing his debut album “Life’s Journey“, and touring. Short but a good interview for fans of the artist, and those who are getting to know him. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @OnstageTV Interviews @FootaHypeMusic


Foota

DJ Foota Hype has been a part of many controversies as of late, but that hasn’t stopped him from putting in work to rocking the crowd. Stopping by the Onstage set, Foota spoke on a few things. Here he spoke on life after iShawna, being a part of the “Best of the Best” lineup, producing, family life, his recent controversies, his rift with Alkaline, building his brand, and more. Foota Hype is the man of many words, not only in the dance but in interviews. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @OnstageTV Interviews @NinjaManMusic


Ninjaman

From making a name for himself being the ultimate Clash artist to now refreshing his image, Ninja Man gives an update on his career tonight on Onstage. Here he spoke about his split with Downsound Records, his new team, the passing of Dancehall artist Toya, his new projects, Gully Bop, and of course cracking a few jokes. Ninja Man is working hard on renewing his image, and with new music on the way, Ninja will sure to have the listeners in a frenzy. For those who think his Clash career is over, get your lyrics ready and call him up. Check out the Interview below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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