Jamaican Rapper Five Steez plans to stay busy this summer. Fresh off the recent release of his “Momentum Vol. 3” Mixtape with DJ Ready Cee, he reveals a new trailer for his collaborative project with Producer Mordecai Beats. The project, titled “HeatRockz“, is a free EP comprised of 5 tracks with Steez being his most aggressive. With plans to release singles leading up to the August 30 release, fans can stay tuned for more “Yard Nigga Rap“. Check out the trailer below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Plaza! Plaza1 Plaza! After a pretty successful event, Creep of the Chromatic Sound, ZJ Liquid, and DJ Fire Links finally unleash the live audio for “Pan Di Plaza“. The event, which was held on June 4, featured unity, fun, liquor, and awesome mixes from the billed Selectors. If you missed it, don’t worry, let the live audio put you in a good space and ready for the next Pan Di Plaza! A Soup King, Boom Energy Drink, JB Rum, Yung Kingz Family and Chromatic event! Check it out below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
The collaboration between Jamaican Rapper Five Steez and NY Radio Icon DJ Ready Cee has been a fruitful one over the years. With their “Momentum Vol. 1 & 2” Mixtapes bringing in a lot of buzz, Steez has managed to capitalize off it with the release of two projects, and numerous freestyles and collaborations including one with Hip Hop Super group, “The Council“. Today, the duo complete the trilogy with “Momentum Vol. 3“. Featuring Steez hopping on classic Hip Hop Instrumentals while Ready Cee does his signature cuts, fans are taken back in time thanks to the beats, and then brought up to speed with Steez’s bars. Nomad Carlos, Dizzy The Ill One, Inztinkz, The Sickest Drama and Massy The Creator even stop by to add some bars to the mix. While this is not a Swan Song for Five Steez, he closes this “Momentum” series with a bang and gives listeners an idea what’s in store from here on. Check out the Project below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Introducing to the Blog, is Recording Artist Zac Jone$! Bringing in his own flavour of “Yaard Rap” with his new project, “Ridin’ Thru King$ton“. This 6 track project is described as “A sonic joyride through KING$TON, Jamaica with Zac Jone$ at the wheel“, this features production from Negium, Felly, GamerBoomin, ICYTWAT, and MNSTRMKK with Felly, GYYPS and Benjamin contributing verses. The Jamaican Hip Hop movement has spread far and wide over the years and despite it not being as mainstream as its musical sibling, Dancehall, it has been on the radar of many top and upcoming Artists and Producers elsewhere. Be on the look out for more from Zac Jone$ and his Stony Recordings movement. An enjoyable listen for the regulars, and something new and exciting for first timers, check out the project below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Today we introduce to you a unique individual by the name of “Bones The Contortionist“. A Dancer by profession, what makes him special is his ability to contort his body as a part of the package. He reminds me of “Bruk Up“, a popular Jamaican Dancer back in the day. On a mission to become one of the most flexible persons in Jamaica, see what he’s about with videos below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Deshae Raphael was born on December 21, 1994 and is professionally known by his stage name, Bones. He is a Jamaican Contortionist born in Kingston, Jamaica and was raised at 16 White Hall Avenue, Kingston 8. Bones earned public attention after performing at Hotels, family events, and Festivals, but he gained more exposure after entering KFC’s “On The Verge” Talent Show. He has also been featured on the Jamaican Comedy Show: the Ity & Fancy Cat show, Smile Jamaica, CVM At Sunrise and also performed in several Dancehall music videos. Bones is training to become one the most flexible persons in Jamaica as he has various styles that he has developed for years.
See more on his Instagram page at @I_Bhee_Bones.
What seems like two Ninjas practicing in the Dojo, BoomDraw and Kone release their collaborative Production titled “TropiChops“. With their forces combined, Boom and Kone delivered something that hits so hard, you can’t help but rock your head to it and even attempt spitting a verse. A beat that’s considered “Something to ride through the old Neighbourhood and reminisce on when you were a bad ass kid but you’re grown now to“. Have a listen below and share your thoughts in the comments section.