After giving the world a nice Shenseea assisted single in “Silver Tongue Devil“, Masego follows up with the new EP, “Studying Abroad“. With 6 tracks on deck including the Shenseea feature, the TrapHouseJazz boss continues to deliver great music, and still has a way with the ladies. With Don Toliver being the other featured artist, Masego grooves over production from D’Mile, Monro, Jack Dine, Kojo, Wondagurl, Izy Beats and a few others. While you’re figuring the enrollment application form, Uncle Sego’s out there studying some lovely ladies.
You can’t dull David Lyn’s shine. If the Covid 19 pandemic couldn’t stall his determination, nothing will. Having made a lot of noise this year, he’s only working his way up for the takeover. Today, he unleashed the new single, “Keep Moving“.
Produced by his Grammy winning brother (real real bredda) Izy Beats with assistance from Jamaican Band Phuzzion, David Lyn comes through with original vibes and lets badmind know that they can’t stop his show. With a melodic delivery that has captured the attention of many, he also encourages everyone to get out of the struggle, and to stay true to everything good. Accompanying the single is a Noorez “Nunu” Rhemtulla directed video shot in the infamous Tuff Gong Studio. Not only is David Lyn fueled by everything positive, but the spirit of Bob Marley flows through him in the studio for the video.
“Keep Moving” is featured on his upcoming “Any Day Now EP“, which is set for a December 4th release with launches in Dunagaroos (Wynwood, Florida) on November 25, and in Jangas (Kingston, Jamaica) on December 4. Expect a couple more surprises then, including some “Singy Singy” vibes. Let this track be a favourite for you today!
“Smooth seas never made a skilled sailor; no matter how big the waves get we must stay the course and keep moving.” – David Lyn
This year has been filled with many surprises, but today we’re talking about the music. Today, we get a Jamaica link up as Masego and Shenseea team up for the track, “Silver Tongue Devil“.
Produced by another Jamaican, the Grammy winning Izy Beats, Trap House Jazz meets Dancehall here as we get a wicked combination from some of the best in the business. A sensual track between Uncle Sego and Ms. Shen Yeng, and we believe it’ll be a big hit this year, and one to remember for years to come. We need more of this, and we know Masego has a lot more in store for his upcoming album. This one is for the grown and sexy, and those who have a way with words!
Alicia Keys always come through with a motivational song. Having hits since the early 2000s, she has probably done it all. With her “Underdog” single touching many worldwide, it’s only right she did a remix. With Jamaica in mind, she called up Chronixx and Protoje to join her for the “Underdog (Remix)“. Featuring production from Grammy Award winning Producer Izy Beats, and Grammy nominated Producer P2J, the trio join forces and sounds together, and provide the light we need in these seemingly dark times. The world needs a lot of love.
This isn’t Alicia Keys’ first foray into Jamaican collabs, her “You Don’t Know My Name” single was given a Reggae remix, she collaborated with the legendary Junior Reid on the “No One (Remix)“, and who can forget her getting on Cham’s “Ghetto Story (Chapter 2)“? She has always had a soft spot for Jamaica, and “Underdog (Remix)” may be a sign of a lot more to come. Looks like her cover of Chronixx’s “I Can” made the spark. Nobody can take away your determination!
2019 saw Koffee coming in like a Rapture! With an ever blazing run thanks to the release of the hit, “Toast” in 2018, she continues to make her mark all over the world. Now a Grammy nominated Artist, 2020 is gonna be a more exciting year for her. Before that, she has another trick up her sleeve with as she collabs with Producers Izy Beats and Gabriëlle Stok on “W“! Featuring Rapper Gunna, the collab pits two different Artists from two different parts of the world that share the same mission of delivering good music! With the two Artists in their prime, they look back on their come up, celebrate their wins, getting to the money, giving thanks at the end of the day, putting haters on the back burner, and let us know that they’re here to stay. With a video shot in Jamaica, we get to see the Spanish Town Genna taking it to Church while a storm is brewing outside. Watch to the end to see a huge surprise because blessing surely fall like rain! We’re looking forward to more collabs like this from Koffee (and we know she has a lot more surprises in store!).
With a debut album on the way from Koffee, we can expect some more fire releases to hit the streets. If you still aren’t familiar, get a dose of her Rapture EP here. Lowe di L and tek a W! Check out the track below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
Jamaican Producer Izy Beats is on a roll. Having lent his sound to Artists like Tarrus Riley, Koffee, Popeye Caution, and David Lyn, he has been enjoying quite the buzz in the past few months as a result of that. Recently, he along with UK Producer Cadenza, teamed up with Pop Artist Jorja Smith and Afrobeats Artist Burna Boy for the hit, “Be Honest“. While it’s enjoying its run on various music charts, Izy Beats got in front of the camera to give viewers his beat breakdown. Presented by Universal Music Publishing Group, Izy gave us the BTS look at the many elements that make that sweet production.
We look forward to Izy Beats making more music, and creating historic hits as well. Izy, are you kidding me? Check out the video below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.