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The “World Boss”: 5 Vybz Kartel International Collabs You Forgot!


Yes, we know, Vybz Kartel is one of the greatest Dancehall Artists ever. We’ve seen the cult like following, we’ve heard all the tracks since his Incarceration, his ability to cater to every vibe and situation, and his influence on many. He is no stranger to collaborating with International acts though. While tracks like “Pon Di Floor” (Major Lazer), “Frontin’ (Remix)” (Pharrell & Jay-Z), “Twerk It (Remix)” (Busta Rhymes), “Girlfriend” (Busta Rhymes & Tory Lanez), “WTP Remix” (Eminem & Supa Dups) get spins, he also has collaborated with the likes of Lorde (on the way), Kalash, Wizkid, and Sean Kingston over the years. But today, here are 5 International collaborations that you didn’t know existed, or may have forgotten about!

(If you want to buy them, the links are in the titles. Bless up!)

1. Descarada (ft, Pitbull) (2006)

2. Everybody Gone Gangsta (E.G.G.) (ft. Kardinal Offishall) (2005)

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NEW VIDEO: @BreakfastClubAM Interviews @RealJuniorReid


The “One BloodJunior Reid stopped by the Breakfast Club during his travels recently. Here Junior spoke with Charlamagne, DJ Envy, and Angela Yee about being a living legend, his album “The Living Legend“, his international collaborations with acts like The Game who he has an issue with, Fabolous, MIMS, sharing his thoughts on Jamaican Artists having Visa issues, being inspired by Fetty Wap for a single, upcoming performances, the significance of his locks and facial hair, avoiding conflict and more. Good to see Junior Reid still creating music and influencing many. Check out the Interview below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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Mixtape Movements: @RealJuniorReid x @DJFlipCyide – Undeniable


XHSebaDVToday’s new mixtape comes from DJ Flipcyide of Wu Worldwide DJ Coalition and Jamaica’s own Junior Reid. Titled “Undeniable“, this is a 25 track compilation of Junior Reid’s international collaborations with major label artists who include Fat Joe, Lil Wayne, Smiff N Wessun, Rick Ross and the Wu-Tang Clan. Popular collaborations included are Alicia Keys’ “No One Remix”, MIMS’ “This Is Why I’m Hot Remix”, The Game’s “It’s Ok” and his own “One Blood” which has been a part of a few collaborations as a sample or redone by the artist. Thanks to his hit “One Blood”, Junior Reid has been the one to call for collaborations over the years from popular artists and that has not slowed down since. Check out the mixtape below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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OLDIES SUNDAY: @RealJuniorReid – One Blood (1989)


Today’s Oldies Sunday selection comes from Reggae legend Junior Reid with one of his biggest hits. Titled “One Blood” and produced by J.R. Productions in 1989, this was a song that encouraged unity amongst everyone no matter where they live, who they are, their conditions, and their race for they all shared “One Blood“. He also encouraged others to stop the warfare for it caused too much bloodshed.

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