It’s that time again for another episode of the Kris Karz helmed, “Kngly Live!“. Featuring some talented folks in an acoustic setting, we promise you’ll love the entries. Today, all the way from France comes forth the lovely Olivia Daniels! With Guitar in hand, she performs, “Try To Survive“. Waiting for the one who will mend that broken heart can be a challenge, but if you can tough it out, it will be worth it in the end. Hol’ it my yute! A short but beautiful selection this Sunday, be sure to tune in! Support Kris Karz and Kngly Studios by buying some merch here! You can find previous episodes here. Filmed by Kheemo, watch the video below.
Today’s Oldies Sunday Selection comes from Jamaican Recording Artist, Carl Douglas. Titled “Kung Fu Fighting (Buy It Here)“, this was produced by Biddu for PYE Records in 1974. At that time, Martial Art films (termed “Chopsocky“) were increasing in popularity worldwide (especially in Jamaica), and at a time during the rise of Disco music, Carl created it as a tribute.
Where is the Kush man, where is the dealer? Tommy Lee Sparta debuts his latest video and he needs his vice. Titled “Numb“, this was executive produced by Mylana Malsert Celle and shot by Anthony Godio in France. Accompanied by the NSA Human Dance crew, the Sparta boss speaks on the need for a smoke to escape his lows and calls on the weed man. Tommy Lee has been very consistent lately and he continues to surprise me with the quality of his music videos and the locations he chose to get them done. International Sparta King. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Today’s Oldies Sunday selection comes from Singer/Songwriter Diana King. Titled “Shy Guy” and produced by Andy Marvel in 1995, Diana sings about being a very desirable lady who all the men are eager for but would rather the affection from a “shy guy“. She speaks on refusing to be with a fly guy, a “rough neck” and a guy who’s “loving everybody” and details what she likes about a shy guy. In “Shy Guy” she delivered the song in English and Jamaican Patois.
Today’s new music comes from French artists Spyda Team and they feature Jamaican deejay Aidonia. Titled “Badman” and produced by La Toile Productions, we hear the artists talking about the gangster life through a blend of French and Jamaican Patois. Interesting to hear one of Jamaica’s best collaborate with foreign artists. Check out the song below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Well this dropped unexpectedly. Kendrick Lamar made a video for the very popular ‘BackSeat Freestyle” track found on his debut album. Shot between Compton and Paris, France, Kendrick drops very dope lyrics over black and white imagery. Pretty cool video, I like how one of the skits managed to be visualized half way in the video as well. Sherane has a nice booty. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.