Have a sweet tooth? Need a sugar rush? Then we’re here to deliver you the goods to fix the cravings. After travelling far and near, we finally get the visual for Naomi Cowan’s super catchy single, “Paradise Plum“! Directed by Kia Moses and shot on Fleet Street and Life Yard in Kingston, Naomi hops on her funky Bicycle and cruises through the street and sprinkles that lovely song for everyone to hear. You can catch a few familiar faces along her journey like Black H3ro, Osunya Rose, Lindsey Lodenquai, and be treated to some pieces of Fashion from Tia Clothes Girl, YC, and Those Creative People. Since the first time we heard this Teflon Zincfence produced track, we knew it would’ve been a hit, and give us a few cavities. Get yourself a “Hot Gyal” fan after watching this hot video. Corporate Jamaica, it’s not too late to get this song in your campaigns. If you’re new to Naomi, we featured her as one of the female Artists you should have on your radar this year. Grab something cool and sweet, and check out the video below. Show us some love on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
Recording Artist Blvk H3ro has been buzzing as of late. With his “Bussweh” movement, he has been treading near and far spreading good vibes, good music and of course his love for the herb. Over a year ago he introduced to the world his ReggaeSoul compilation, a collection of freestyles and singles that was streamed online. Today he fires off a visual for a standout from the collection titled “We All Are O.N.E.“. Directed by LatyKim and shot in various locations in Kingston including Paint Jamaica at 41 Fleet Street, Blvk H3ro hits the streets spreading positive energy and meeting up with his crew which includes fellow “Bussweh” members The Grei Show and Dennis Greatest. Adding smiles, unity, candid moments, and a “FullJoy” tee by Streetwear brand Massiv, H3ro not only gave you a good feeling while watching, but gave us two videos in one! While in part one we see H3ro trekking through the streets, part two shows the cast having fun with the camera. Smooth flows of a simple man speaking of simpler times. Catch ReggaeSoul and the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.