Are you familiar with the OVO Sound Radio series on Apple Music? If you have then you’ll notice this episode featured a very special mix by the legendary Black Chiney Sound! In their set we got to hear dub plates old and new from the likes of Vybz Kartel, Tanya Stephens, Collie Buddz, Vershon, Sizzla, and old and new tracks from Foxy Brown, Drake and more! A great listen for fans of both sounds, and for those who have no access to Apple Music, check out the mix below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Comedian Kevin2woKrayzee has done it again with his latest video. As the game of Dominoes is a favourite pastime of many, Kevin goes in to the regular behaviours of Jamaican Domino Players. Get ready for a huge dose of laughter and being able to relate to many of the scenarios. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
With news surfacing of a recent attack on his person, rumors spread that Dancehall artist Munga may have passed away and reasons for his attack. Here on Onstage, the wounded artist spoke on his current situation and more. Here he gave details on his attack, working on new music, his reasons for taking a hiatus from music, new deals, and more. Munga also premiered the music video for “Push Dem Out“. Good to see Munga recuperating and pushing his music. I hope justice for Munga comes swiftly. Check out the Interview below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
From creating new music to touring, Richie Stephens says it’s his best summer yet. Tonight he spoke on it and more with Winford Williams. Here he spoke about his first time in Brazil and his experiences there, touring, new music including one dedicated to Brazil and more. Being a veteran in this business is no easy feat, big up to Mr. Stephens. Check out the Interview below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Lately Dancehall artist D’Angel has been working tirelessly to bring great music to fans in Jamaica and overseas. Fresh off her North American tour, she stopped by the Onstage set to have a chat. Here she spoke about her tour and the feedback she has received, demanding respect in the Music Industry, not seeking beef with any one in Dancehall, her reasons for being absent from Reggae Sumfest, new music, and more. Great that D’Angel is doing her part in spreading the good music near and far. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.