@PayAttentionJa PROMO: @Sef_Jo Interviews @FiveSteez


“Five Steez will never waste energy disputing the efficacy of Hip-Hop saturation, this apparent rap situation in Jamaica. Calmly (yet very firmly) he’ll say #PAYATTENTION” – SIRvival_ Tactics

After a seeming 4 month hiatus, the show is back, with an amazing line-up of artistes ready to take the stage on Saturday, January 31 at C&C South Beach, 2 Brompton Road.

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Today, we take on the lyrical emcee, Five Steez
Q: As the opening acts for the 2015 #PayAttention line-up, how exactly does it feel to be hitting the stage after the short break? [July 19th being the last staging of the show]
A: I’m excited to hit the stage. I got to start the year in 2014 and that was an excellent show. So I’m only looking forward to an even better time for myself and the audience.
[Thing is, I know I have to deliver since #PayAttention has been on a short break, and also because many people may be seeing me perform my latest music for the first time.]

ALBUM: @FiveSteez – These Kingston Times


Fresh out of the “First Coast” is Rapper Five Steez with his latest project, “These Kingston Times EP“. Featuring 8 tracks, Steez aims to further solidify his place as one of the best to do it and represent where he’s from. With a project that’s packed with great production from DJ Crooks, Bravo, OneMan Beats, and features from France Nooks, Kash Kapri, and others, it’s time to pay attention to Steez’s thought provoking lyrics as they capture his experiences and observations. Catch the EP and Press Release below and share your thoughts in the comments section.


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NEW VIDEO: @FiveSteez – Welcome


Tonight, Rapper Five Steez welcomes one and all to his home with his new video, “Welcome“. Directed by Nathan Cowan of Caribbean Films with assistance from Bubbla G, Rocket Media and The Talent Inc., this was shot in Half Way Tree and Trench Town. Here Steez drops lyrics about his hometown, the activities that take place daily and of course give a history lesson on some of the children who grew up from there to play an influential part in the development of Hip Hop and the popularity of Reggae Music. We also get cameo appearances from some who play a part in the growth of the “First CoastHip Hop Movement. Great video here and I like the take on the black and white video with coloured accents. Five Steez’sThese Kingston Times” will hit the Internet on October 14 but you can preorder now here. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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Preview: @FiveSteez – “Welcome” Music Video Launch

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With his “These Kingston Times” project hitting the internet next month, Rapper Five Steez prepares to release the music video for his first single, “Welcome“. The video is slated to drop on Monday September 15 at 8PM but you can catch a preview of a few scenes below. Share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW MUSIC: @FiveSteez – Welcome


With the days leading up to his “These Kingston TimesEP release coming to a close, Five Steez dropped off the 2nd single. Titled “Welcome” and produced by OneMan Beats, Steez plays host here as he introduces listeners to his hometown of Kingston. He speaks on the activities that happen there, what the residents go through, Jamaicans residing in various places overseas, hailing some great Jamaicans and of course repping the “First Coast“. A great listen here as OneMan provides great production to go with Steez’s commanding lyrics. “These Kingston Times” will be online in October! Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW MUSIC: @FiveSteez – Deadly

artworks-000085865624-nwqy3f-t500x500With a splash of old school Reggae and Hip Hop comes a new tune from top Jamaican Rapper, Five Steez. Titled “Deadly” and produced by DJ Crooks, Steez brought his lyrical gun to the fight here. Here he spoke on being deadly with his flow, aiming to outshine whoever he spars with, representing the “First Coast” and showing respect to legendary Rappers who were born in Jamaica like Bushwick Bill, Chubb Rock, and Heavy D. What a way to start off the buzz for his upcoming “These Kingston Times” project. This is sure to get lots of spins and people excited with the blend of new school Hip Hop and old school Reggae sounds. Five Steez’sThese Kingston Times” goes online on October 14. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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