From Island Jams Entertainment comes their official Mixtape for the recently released “Bruk It Off” Riddim. Mixed by JJ Wizzle, this set features tracks from Raine Seville, K-Queens, Mr. Peppa, Blakkman, Dimon Traejah, Guche Londan, Michael Larmond, Ssense, Shane O, Jah Shawn and Mill Skull. It’s that time for you to kick off your shoes and start rocking as the Riddim aims to keep the ladies slow wining, and the fellas pulling them close. From your ears to the airwaves to the streets, this Riddim will be everywhere. Check out the mix below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
In anticipation for her Sting 2015 appearance, Dancehall Artist Raine Seville teamed up with DJ/Producer JJ Wizzle to release a quick Promo Mix. Here, fans and new listeners alike can get familiar with the Artist as she will be featured on the “Pretty Faces Of Dancehall” section along with Starface, Stylysh, and Sashae to name a few. Get familiar by listening to the mix below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
After catching listeners with the single, Raine Seville and Lisa Hyper finally unleashed the visuals for “Chat Mi (Remix)“. Directed by Muztang Media, Raine and Lisa get at detractors who have tried to throw dirt on their names and those who think their careers would be long gone. We’re also treated to lots of costume changing, dancing, and of course that Yardstyle Ent. production that sampled the ever popular “Murder She Wrote“. Look out for these two as they’ll grace the Reggae Sumfest stage this month! Keep dem talking, a nuh dem a put on mi pot a rahtid! Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
What a “Bam bam” today! Keeping out of the way of naysayers and idlers is Dancehall artist Raine Seville with “Chat Mi“. The single, produced by JJ Wizzle (SunCity 104.9FM), samples the popular “Bam Bam Riddim” made famous by Chaka Demus & Pliers and other artists. On the track we hear Raine getting at those who keep her name in their mouths and speak ill of her and lets them know that she’s too humble, too sexy, and too busy to let them damage her career. She also encourages ladies out there to follow her footsteps in never letting people get them down. A great effort here as Raine did her thing on the Riddim and this could be an anthem for many out there. Look out for more of her music coming soon and follow her on Twitter/IG at @RaineSeville! Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.