March 8th is recognized worldwide as International Women’s Day. This day highlights women all over the world who doing great things in every category you can think of. We salute you today, so how about a lil music? Hopping on our Spotify channel, we’ve compiled a few tracks that empower women…inna Dancehall style! Titled “Woman Run Tings!“, listeners can enjoy almost an hour’s worth of tracks performed by Jamaican female Dancehall Artists who show women in power positions, maintaining independence, holding their own, and demanding respect. Salute to all the women who have made an impact on our lives, those who are making power moves, and those involved in the development of this very Blog! We hope we did a good job here, feel free to follow the Playlist, and follow us on Spotify! Check it out below.
It’s been a while since DJ Vee from the YG Sound has dropped any mixes but that all changes tonight. For the hardworking folk who want to kick back and the party animals who are ready for whatever, Vee presents “Dancehall Live & Direct“! For little over an hour we are treated to some of the best in current and older Dancehall tunes from the likes of Vybz Kartel, Jahmiel, Aidonia, Gaza Slim, Mavado, Ding Dong, Alkaline, Demarco and more! Just stepping in from a long day? Then check out the mix below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Recording Artist Kranium stopped by Power 105.1’s The Breakfast Club recently and had a chat with Charlamagne, DJ Envy, and Angela Yee. Here he spoke on the origins of his stage name, his single “Nobody Has To Know” being a hit for a few years, his album “Rumors“, collaborating with Ty Dolla Sign and Justine Skye, meeting Amber Rose, rumors including the ongoing one of being engaged to Vanessa Bling, and more. Charlamagne tries his best to sound Jamaican every time a Dancehall/Reggae Artist passes through, and it still isn’t successful. Be sure to catch Kranium at The Breakfast Club’s 5 Year Anniversary Party and get his “Rumors” album on iTunes. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
With a great string of buzzing singles and a new business venture, Vanessa Bling has come a long way from facing possible jail time with Gaza Boss, Vybz Kartel. Now engaged, she stops by Onstage to say her future is guaranteed. In a special episode of Onstage, she spoke on her controversial single with I Octane, not having any time for Dancehall feuds, “Future Guaranteed” and other songs, her recent engagement, being a part of the Boom Energy Drink team, upcoming tours, and more. Bling also performed a few of her songs for Onstage. The Queen of “Eng Up” has been keeping herself pretty busy, and we look forward to more from her for 2015. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Tonight, the popular CVM TV series Onstage goes live via live streaming. Check out the stream below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
With her feud with Gaza Slim being made public, Dancehall artist Lisa Hyper delivers her side of the story on Onstage. Here she spoke on the feud, living overseas, showing respect to former Gaza member Kym, and working. Short interview but Lisa performed her new single, “A My Man That” on Onstage Extra. How far will her beef with Gaza Slim go? Guess we have to stay tuned. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.