There comes a time in a relationship where one party gets a lil bit comfortable, and forget a few key things that got the union going. It happens, but it’s up to them to make things right, or keep it moving. Today, US Pop Singer Bebe Rexha warns her lover to get it together or leave on “Comfortable“. Produced by Frank Dukes and features Dancehall Artist Kranium, the two Artists have a lovers’ quarrel where Bebe misses being catered to in different ways, while Kranium lets her know that he tries to do the right things, but the extra duties can’t come that often. While they talk it out, we are greeted with a fun Production that you can’t help but rock to. Score another hit as Kranium has been on a roll with the International collaborations. The single is off Bebe’s “All Your Fault Pt. 2″ EP (Get It Here) which drops tomorrow. Don’t get too comfortable, check out the track below.
Montego Bay has been going hard with the upcoming talent as of late on this Blog. It goes to show that no matter where you’re from, if you have the skills, you have to showcase it. Today, another Mobay rep adds to the list with the release of his debut EP, and he goes by the name of Chase Soundz. Presenting his “Yaadman Hiatus” EP, this is a 10 track project that features love, Montego Bay, and everyday life with Chase’s triumphs and struggles. The project also boasts Production from the likes of Yondo, Cookin’ Soul, RockStar JA, Thundaa, and verses from Daley, CRB, and ChavDaRhymer. Waving the Jamaican and Cuban flags, keeping the 876 code nearby, Chase promises this EP will have something for everyone. Tune in to something different today by having a listen below.
After dropping a short Freestyle series, a Music Video, Artwork, and a Trailer, Rapper Daley has finally released the follow up to 2016’s “Savage“, “Frustrated Dreamer“. Featuring a mix of Hip Hop and Spoken Word, Daley covers different moments in his life throughout the project’s 8 tracks. Featuring verses from Terall, MoulaUE, Johnny Billionz, Trill Soulutionary, and Production from Kid Jimi, Canis Major, J. Cardenas, and Justin Kase, listeners new and old will enjoy this collection of new music, and see Daley’s growth so far. Have a listen below!
He has been working on his time to shine for quite a while, and this Summer sees upcoming Artist Melovice in all his glory with his debut EP, “Di Vice“. A member of the REM Collective, the Singjay dropped two singles earlier this year but hopes the EP will kick down doors for him. The 8 track EP, features Production from Mck Supreme and Palace Pikney, and boasts contributions from Leno Banton, Joedon and PTRK. Covering various subjects, Melovice has no problem showcasing his unique style over some dope Production. Shout out to Khari Kamau on the Artwork! You will see and hear more of this Artist later this year but for now, check out the EP below!
This goes out to all the Stoners, Steamers, and connoisseurs of the herb! Mandeville based Recording Artist DaSupreme wants us all to burn Babylon, one steam at a time on “How Yuh Mean“! Produced by DJ Crooks, DaSupreme speaks on the meaning of “steaming the herb” to him, being able to take his steam sessions anywhere, and chasing away those with a dirty heart and those who take hard drugs over a wondeful slow paced Reggae production that brings a vibe with every puff. The track appears on his debut self titled EP, and he promises that listeners will fully enjoy what he brings to the Reggae scene as he’ll cover an array of topics backed with amazing production. Check out the track after DaSupreme’s statement.
DaSupreme on “Steaming”
Steaming is the act of consuming Marijuana in one of its purest form; by inhaling the vapor. It has been around for many years but I was only introduced to it about seven years ago when one of my close friends started making steam chalices but in a modern and unique way. I started helping him to sell these creations by posting videos and images of these items on Instagram, and now his creations are used all over the world. Even rising Reggae star Keznamdi posted one of these one-of-a-kind steam chalices that was made specially for him on his social media. Therefore, doing the track “How Yuh Mean” was very organic to me because it has been such an impactful part of my life. As a Rastafarian, the act of steaming for me has a personal spiritual connection with a plant that is sacred to me and therefore is seen as a holy sacrament. Also, the instrumental was provided by frequent collaborator, DJ Crooks, who produced my previous 2 singles, and is also a Rastafarian, which gave the energy of the track a whole different layer. The song was written by me and recorded at my home studio in Manchester, Jamaica, while DJ Crooks mixed and mastered it.
Jamaican Hip Hop Super Group The Council, which comprises of Five Steez, Inztinkz, Nomad Carlos and The Sickest Drama, is currently working on the “Nothing Else Matters” Album. With over a year since their debut single and a few weeks since their 2nd single, they aim to hold over fans with their 2 track EP titled “Forgotten Parables“. Produced by Inztinkz and featuring Arofat, Julio Sluggz and Wallabee, the Group explained that these songs were made years prior to the formation of the Group and it was only right to set them free and show listeners that it was written for them to work together exclusively. “Nothing Else Matters” sees a 2017 release but for now, check out the EP below and share your thoughts in the comments section.