March 8th is recognized worldwide as International Women’s Day. This day highlights women all over the world who doing great things in every category you can think of. We salute you today, so how about a lil music? Hopping on our Spotify channel, we’ve compiled a few tracks that empower women…inna Dancehall style! Titled “Woman Run Tings!“, listeners can enjoy almost an hour’s worth of tracks performed by Jamaican female Dancehall Artists who show women in power positions, maintaining independence, holding their own, and demanding respect. Salute to all the women who have made an impact on our lives, those who are making power moves, and those involved in the development of this very Blog! We hope we did a good job here, feel free to follow the Playlist, and follow us on Spotify! Check it out below.
There comes a time when a “No” really means “No!” and today Marcy Chin and Timberlee emphasize on this in their new song. Titled “No Means No (Anti-Rape Song)” and produced by Ward 21 on the Patty Crumbz Riddim, we hear the ladies speak on men going too far with them, what they’ll do If a man attempts to rape them, and enforcing their right to refuse any advances. Not a bad effort here, lots of times many men (and in some cases, females) feel that everyone wants them and when they’re refused they go to the extreme and violate someone. No to rape and do whatever to defend yourself from that situation. No means no! Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Today’s mixtape comes from Dancehall artist Marcy Chin. Titled “Sex, Gunz & Smoke“, this is a collection of tracks created by the Bada Bada Gang artist with live mixing from DJ Pepsi. With features from members of the BBG, she comes to you hard with some of her best work that demands some respect. If you’re a fan, you’ll love this but If you’re a first time listener, you need to hear this. Check out the mixtape below and share your thoughts in the comments section.