Mobay’s own Karma Crew showcases how dope he is in his recently released video for “Karma’s Interlude“. Directed by 876 Media Ent., Karma goes into complete revolutions in this one to show you that you’re too much of a square to spar in his circle. Try not to get too dizzy here as Karma keeps it short, and to the point. With a project on the way, you’ll be hearing more of the Rapper in the coming months. If you think you can go bar for bar with him, call him up and shoot the fair one. Check out the video below, and follow us on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
If you’re living under a rock (or you were pretty busy), the Carters (Beyonce and Jay Z) are in Jamaica! With their “On The Run 2” Tour dates drawing near, they’ve decided to hop on a Plane and pass through “Jamrock” to get some things done. Word is they’re shooting a video, and you know fans from all over are trying to get some camera time with Queen Bey and Jigga. While they’re no stranger to the Island, we’d like to highlight 5 times Jamaica has been a part of their careers. If no island vibes nuh inna it, it nah go nice! Check them out below!
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1. One of Beyonce’s biggest singles, “Run The World (Girls)“, sampled Dancehall.
Beyonce’s 2011 single was the anthem for Women Empowerment worldwide, and off the album, “4“. Produced by The-Dream, Switch, and Shea Taylor, the single sampled “Pon De Floor“, a collaborative effort between Major Lazer and Dancehall Icon Vybz Kartel. Beyonce’s single went on to become one of her biggest ones to date, and gave the “World Boss” some writing credit too.
2. Jay Z has rapped over a few Dancehall/Reggae samples.
Jay Z’s from Brooklyn, New York, an area that is heavily populated by Caribbean folks. He must have some sort of Jamaican influence in his songs, right? He has thrown some patois in the lyrics, but singles like “On To The Next One” off his “Magna Carter…Holy Grail” album borrowed a piece of Cutty Rank’s infamous intro off his 1992 single, “A Who Seh Me Dun“. Other samples include Max Romeo’s “Chase The Devil“, which was featured on “Lucifer“, the late John Holt’s “I Will” on “Encore“, Sizzla’s “Solid As A Rock” on “Crown“, and Sister Nancy’s “Bam Bam” and Jacob Miller’s “Tenement Yard” on “Bam“. Big up the Producers involved.
Gage’s musical journey is not over. While the Artist has enjoyed a lot of controversy over the years, many started to write him off because of it. Turning a new page however, he has made some changes in his life, and promises to deliver real hits. Today, he offers to uplift and motivate in his new video, “Motivation“. Directed by CG Studios and featuring a cameo from popular music promoter Walk & Talk, Gage sheds light on his career, getting support for his music in the industry, gets at Politicians, and letting those who are going through things know that genuine people are out there who can relate and will assist in any way. Life is not a bed of Roses, but it gets easier once you have faith.
Watch the video below.
Stay away from all fire prone objects, this one is too hot! When Dancehall meets Trap, “Sparta Boss” Tommy Lee Sparta teamed up with the “Topman” Baker Steez for the UIM Records produced “Propane“. Today, they finally released the visual for the song. Directed by RuptionDiBoss of RD Studios with assistance from ShotByDeth, we get a gritty visual filled with lots of fire, gasoline, hostages, ladies, and a whole heap of “badness“! Keep the extinguisher near just in case, and get rid of the flammable clothes. Watch the “Propane” video below.
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What is your life worth? What does Earth mean to you? Sevana wants you to take care of yourself and the world in the visual for “Justice“! Directed by Teeqs, Sevana reminds us here of Gaia from Captain Planet and The Planeteers as she shares the knowledge that people need to hear about what’s affecting our home. She also alerts those in power to make more efforts to do the right thing as Pollution continues to destroy valuable natural habitats and resources all over. Do your part to protect and preserve as Mother Earth is not one to be played with, and she’ll retaliate! A powerful song from Sevana, and a beautiful visual as we see a young man finds himself surrounded by nature, and becomes one with it with the help of Sevana. “Justice” is now available on all major streaming services, but you can watch the video below!
After blazing the airwaves and Internet with the single last year, Dancehall Artists Aidonia and Govana finally delivered the visual for their super fresh single, “Breeze“! Directed by RD Studios and featuring cameos from Comedian Fat Skull, Jayds, Ding Dong and the Ravers Clavers, Donia and Govana take it to the Golf Course all preppy and clean in their designer attire with cheering ladies to match. Whether you use Breeze, Sudsill, Tide, or Ariel, ensure that your freshness game is on the highest level every time! Check out the video below.