Bad Royale, Treasures From Tomorrow EP, Good Enuff, 13thStreetPromotions, Future Fambo, Mark Hardy, Trinidad, Jamaica, California, EDM , Dance, Future Soca, Future Dancehall, Blog, Music, EP

@BadRoyaleMusic Enlists @FutureFambo, @IAmBrukOut & @MarkHardyMusic For “Treasures From Tomorrow”

Bad Royale is a EDM/Bass Collective that has been making noise for quite a while. Based in California and signed to Mad Decent under the sub label Good Enuff, Maor Levi, Kevin Wild, Bruce Karlsson and Elias Ghosn have been collecting listeners on their rise to fame thanks to their dope remixes and original production that crossed over many genres. Recently they recruited Caribbean acts Mark Hardy (Trinidad), Future Fambo (Jamaica) and Brukout (Jamaica) for their latest EP titled “Treasures From Tomorrow“. Bringing EDM, Caribbean Bass, Future Dancehall and Future Soca together, this is a mash up of audio goodness and is a nice addition for the holiday weekend! While the EP is only 3 tracks long, this is a project that will be left on repeat as you rave away the troubles of the past week. It’s time to get wild! Check out the EP below and share your thoughts in the comments section.


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@DJJerPG Drops 7th Volume In His “Triganometry” Mixtape Series!

To kick off your week, DJ Jer unleashes the 7th chapter in his “TriganometryRemix Series! Get ready for a Mixtape chock full of Dancehall, Hip Hop, EDM, R&B, Soca, Trap and Pop remixes to crush the stresses of the work day, pump you up for the next move, and add the right soundtrack for weekend! Jer has been giving you these Mixes since 2009 and he will not disappoint. Get familiar with chapter 7 below, and hit up for previous chapters. Check out the Mixtape below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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Cheerios, Vybz Kartel, Major Lazer, Pon De Floor, Jamaica, EDM, Dancehall, 13thStreetPromotions, Commercial Tunage, Commercial, Babies, Guns Don't Kill People...Lazers Do, Switch, Diplo, Gaza, World Boss, Beyonce, Who Run the World, Cheerios Commercial

@MajorLazer, @IAmTheKartel’s “Pon De Floor” Featured In New @Cheerios Commercial

Jamaica has made its way onto International Televisions once again thanks to Commercials. Recently, Cereal brand Cheerios released a series of Commercials with the focus on Family. One Commercial in particular focused on Babies and providing the soundtrack was Major Lazer (which featured only Diplo and former member Switch at the time), and Vybz Kartel’s 2009 hit, “Pon De Floor“! The Commercial featured various clips of Babies and the messages, “More Babies, Please” and “They’re Fun!” while the Instrumental to the single plays throughout. “Pon De Floor” helped to bring Vybz Kartel’s career to another level (and Financial bracket), and went on to be sampled on one of Recording Artist Beyonce’s biggest hits, “Who Run The World (Girls)“! The single was also featured on Major Lazer’sGuns Don’t Kill People…Lazers Do” album and opened the door for many remixes. Shout out Commercial Tunage! Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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@PondemikJamaica Pays Homage To The 876 With New Single

Armed with a plethora of lyrics and an abundance of talent is the unstoppable duo, Pondemik Jamaica. The pair, which consists of Jazii and Carey, has teamed up to revolutionize the business by fusing Reggae, Dancehall and EDM to create a unique sound that reflects the Jamaican culture. “I am from Jamaica” featuring Trevi Q is the latest project from Pondemik Jamaica. It is a fun reflection of what it’s like to be a Jamaican, while highlighting some elements of the culture. The song which is a crossover between EDM and Dancehall was created to promote patriotism among Jamaicans at home and abroad. “I am from Jamaica” was released earlier this year and is produced by Pondemik Records and made available via VP Records.

“Pondemik is derived from Pandemic, and represents our dream of making music that spreads uncontrollably through the world like a virus. Adding the word “Jamaica”, marks our plan to ensure the music reflects the Jamaican culture at all times.” Said Carey. With the preceding effort, “Want Love” featuring Kosha doing extremely well, Pondemik is hopeful that this song will also be well received. “Really, we are just hoping for the best. We’ve had moderate success for the song “Want Love” and we hope for the best.” Expressed Jazii.

Plans are already on the way for an accompanying video for I am from Jamaica, which is slated to be released by the first week of August. They are currently busy in the studio working on their next release which will be in September. “This will be a reality song that is expected to appeal to the wider Dancehall market. We are also working on numerous other projects including a Reggae song with a European Producer.”

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@WeChiefMusic Sizzles With “Cumbiotica Riddim”!

Summer ’16 is gonna be chock full of Party Music as Brooklyn based We Chief adds to the mix with “Cumbiotica Riddim“! Produced by GostEffects, this is a fusion of Reggae, Dancehall, Electronica, and Cumbia, a Dance oriented music genre that’s popularized in Latin America. The Riddim offers “Party Right Here” by Jahdan Blakkamoore, and “One Man” by Anthony B as the two featured singles. From the backyard cookouts to the arenas this summer, expect the “Cumbiotica Riddim” to make its rounds! Dope Artwork by Killer Acid! Bounce along by checking out the Riddim below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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@KickRaux Remixes @FaustixOfficial, @DavidJayMusic’s “Come Closer”!

On the first official day of Summer, Jamaican Producer KickRaux delivers what could be your theme song for Summer ’16! Remixing Denmark’s Faustix and David Jay’sCome Closer” hit, Kick took the single on a Island adventure as it received the essence of Future Dancehall all over. A remix that brings for the vision of Pool Parties, Light Beers, Rum, and Swimsuits, this should be played at a high volume and preferably in a Residential Area. Come closer and experience the Kickraux effect by listening to the track below.

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