We’re in a new month, right? Whether it’s a new week of work or school, start it off with some Dancehall courtesy of DJ Scribz’s latest Mixtape, “Cruise Control“! Featuring over an hour of some of the latest music from some of your favourite Deejays. Something for the go-getters, the scholars, the party starters, and those making things happen! Always with a good mix, get familiar with Scribz’s previous mixtapes. If you want to make a contribution to the DJ, make it here. Book him today for your next event! Listen to “Cruise Control” below.
“13th Street Rants” is a new series on 13th Street Promotions (hopefully we have more after this) where we share commentary on various topics in Entertainment. In our debut episode, we speak on the current war of words with Dancehall Artists Jahmiel and Vershon. Is it necessary? We tend to think that beef is needed at all times, but that shouldn’t be the case. We think both Artists are amazing in their respective careers, but this beef? I don’t know how they’ll benefit in the long run. DJ Fusion takes the wheel in the debut clip below. Listen and share!
Video by: SwadeDaVillain
Audio by: DJ Fusion
Recording Artist Jahmiel celebrates his birthday in fine style as he debuts his music video for “Years To Come“. Directed by Warrior Films, Jahmiel speaks to those that turned him and others away when they wanted the help to be successful people, and states that in years to come they will be great without them. He also encourages listeners to follow their dreams and never let people be obstacles on their journey. In the video he highlights himself and others as children working on their dreams, the challenges they’ve faced, and now the result of their determination. Jahmiel has come a long way in his career and to finally see a rapid rise in his popularity is really a blessing. He is currently cooking up his “Khemistry” project with Quantanium Records, and has recently revealed his new “[P]atriotz” movement. Happy Birthday Young Lion from 13thStreetPromotions.com! Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Dancehall/Reggae Artists Kranium and Jahmiel have been staying busy these past few months. With the UK getting a dose of their sounds recently, it’s only right they stopped by the infamous Tim Westwood’s Capital XTRA Show. While they fired off a quick Interview, the party started when the Artists kicked off a Freestyle Session over popular Dancehall Riddims. How did they sound? Tune in to them dropping lyrics below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Recording Artist Jahmiel has been very consistent with the tunes in recent times. With hits under his belt, he’s working his way to becoming the MVP for 2016. Today, he premiered his visual for the “Where Were You / Great Man“. Directed by Mamaz Boiz Films, this visual comes in the form of a short film featuring Jahmiel, his friends, and of course a “Bad mind Producer“. From a scenario where he was rejected by said Producer to performing on Onstage to being interviewed, Jahmiel visually tells his story of his rise to stardom. A good concept here and this is only the sample of the greatness that’s to come from Jahmiel. Look out for his upcoming project with Quantanium Records. For now, check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Recording Artist Jahmiel has been an Artist to watch for quite some time now. With singles that slowly crept to many playlists and mixes, he has gained respect from many in the Music fraternity and has become a fan favourite. With a few hits under his belt, he stopped by the Onstage set to reveal what else he has in store. Here the “Young Lion” spoke about his performance at Rebel Salute 2016 with Mavado, the success of his recent hits, touring including his UK Tour with Kranium, his upcoming project with Quantanium Records, and delivering positive music. He also premiered his video for “Where Were You?/Great Man“. An Artist whose career I’ve respected for a long time, glad to see him elevating. Check out the Interview below and share your thoughts in the comments section.