OLDIES SUNDAY: All About The Love


Today, February 14, is recognized as Valentine’s Day, and for others it’s “Single Awareness Day” or just “Sunday“. Today we’ve selected 10 tracks that will bring lovers together and provide the soundtrack to your VDay activities.

1. 2Face – African Queen (2004)

2. I-Octane – Love You Like I Do (2014)

3. Alaine – No Ordinary Love (2007)

4. Voicemail – Best Days (2007)

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NEW VIDEO: @KabakaPyramid x @RealIWayne – Versatile


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Dropping some consciousness today are Kabaka Pyramid and I-Wayne with their new video, “Versatile“. Directed by G’Ovany and shot by Mario Francis in Cassia Park and East Kingston, we see Kabaka and I-Wayne gather with their brothers and speak about the issues in society, artists promoting the wrong things, bigging up Tessanne Chin and her talent, and how we must all be versatile. We also see scenes where a youth steals from a vendor, an old lady needing old for her lamp and of course the rasta flag waving. I liked this song the first time I’ve heard it and I’m glad a video came out for it. What do you think? Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW MUSIC: @KabakaPyramid x @RealIWayne – Versatile


KPIWDropping some conscious music today is the combination of Kabaka Pyramid and I-Wayne. Titled “Versatile” and produced by Rokwon Productions on the Rokwon Drop Riddim, we hear the artists speak on the evil that many do, promoting righteousness, fighting the corrupt, going against artists who promote the wrong things, Tessanne Chin and her getting recognition, and advising the youths to be versatile as to avoid falling into the traps of Babylon and Rome. A great effort here as I’ve been anticipating a collaboration between the two. It could a long shot but I’d love to hear a EP from the two or at least more tracks from them this year. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @OnStageTV Interviews I-Wayne


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Another artiste that was away from the Jamaican music scene for a long time was “Fire Wayne” also known as I-Wayne. Winford Williams managed to have the singer on his show to discuss a few things. Here I- Wayne spoke on his absence from the Jamaican music scene, his performances at Sting 2012 and Rebel Salute, his personality, his style of music, his thoughts on Chronixx, and his wishes for the music fraternity. He also previewed am upcoming single. Good Interview, I-Wayne has always been a highly respected artist. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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