Jamaica started off 2018 on a bad note if we’re being honest. The surge of crime and violence continues to make its move on the Island, and it was shown in the number of incidents in the first 25 days. It is time we look into ourselves and try to make a change, but it’ll take some time for us to get it right. Spreading a message in his music today is Recording Artist M-Gee with “Stop The Violence“. Produced by GS Music Entertainment, M-Gee shares being tired of hearing bad news, attending Funerals, and posting “R.I.P.” messages. He calls for those participating in crimes to look into themselves to do better as too many innocent people are being taken down. He also asks the question of who supplies the weapons as those living in the Ghetto are not responsible for carrying them in. Our culture is filled with unique Food, Fashion, Art, and Music that is recognized the world over, Crime and Violence should not be a part of it. Give peace a chance! M-Gee’s new single is distributed through Zojak Worldwide with assistance from Suss Media, and is available on iTunes for purchase. Check out the track below.
Calling all hot girls! Calling all hot girls! Dancehall Artist M-Gee wants to dedicate this one for you. After gaining some traction with the single for a while, M-Gee aims to go full speed with his music video for “Tun Up“! Featured on the GS Music produced “Cable Box Riddim“, the video calls for all the sexy Women to show M-Gee the “Wine fi hold dem man“. While M-Gee can be seen at various points performing the song, we get plenty of dancing from the Women in various settings throughout the video. While the video could’ve been a little better, it’s not a bad effort to accompany this fun song. Check it out below.
Recently, many have adapted the catchy lyric, “From Chicken Wing to Plane Wing” as a motivational quote. This line is from the bubbling hit, “Life Too Sweet,” Gully Bop and M-Gee’s first collaboration together. Based on the success of this single, the two have decided to go for a follow-up with the recording, “Blessing.”
“It has been a great learning experience working with Bop. He brings a lot of creative and visionary thoughts to the table. I truly appreciate the opportunity to work with him,” M-Gee emphasized.
The artiste explained that this new song, “Blessing” was inspired by some of what he has observed in today’s society, “The song is to motivate individuals to work hard for rewards, as opposed to indulging in illegal activities or begging. They want blessings, but they do not want to pray.”
M-Gee pointed out that, “individuals are hoping for a miraculous event to improve their life, often times they refuse to embrace the hard work associated with their expectations. These are the thoughts that created this new tune.”
“Blessing” is produced by GS Entertainment and will be available on iTunes soon. M-Gee also has several other fresh singles released such as, “Back Pocket Hail” with Dexta Daps and “Where is My Fren” featured on the compilation, “Jelly Wata Riddim”.
His team is currently organizing performances throughout the Caribbean and in the United States for an upcoming promotional tour. M-Gee says his current plans include expanding his portfolio, by working with various producers locally and internationally.
From Rags to Riches, Gully Bop can be heard and seen worldwide since his career has taken off. Unfortunately with fame comes controversy so tonight Bop joined the Onstage set to speak on his experiences. Here he spoke on his trip to the UK and his adventures there, receiving great fanfare, addressing the controversies, performing sold out shows in the Caribbean, his collaboration with Stylo G, being a target for scammers, working on new music, upcoming tours and a possible appearance at Reggae Sumfest. Gully Bop also performed a few songs for the audience. Bop is always an entertaining character when it comes to Interviews. We look forward to the “Baby Bop” and of course his upcoming performances. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.