Khaos, KhaosMusic, One Touch, One Fuck, Class One Music, Sean Alaric, Dancehall, Jamaica, 13thStreetPromotions

NEW VIDEO: @Khaos_Music – One F**K


With his “Deception EP” around the corner, Recording Artist Khaos drops his highly anticipated video for “One F**k“. Directed by Sean Alaric and shot in Florida, we follow Khaos meeting a young lady at the Gas Station and he proceeds to finesse the digits from her. From there the two get better acquainted at a house party and you know how it goes at one of those events (wink wink nudge nudge). With cameos from Rapper Bruce, Producer Kris Beatz, Comedian Gunnta, and lots of liquor and party patrons. Is Khaos gonna follow up to this story? Stay tuned to find out. Khaos’Deception EP” is now available for preorder on iTunes! Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @BadBoysOfReggae’s “Sweat” Featured In @HM Commercial


Summer is almost here, and that means road trips, parties, and new clothes. Recently, clothing giant H&M unveiled a new commercial launching their “Forever Summer” campaign. Providing the soundtrack was UK Recording Artist Izzy Bizu who covered Jamaican band Inner Circle’s 1993 single, “Sweat“. The single was featured on the band’s 1992 Grammy winning “Bad To The Bone” album and was a number 1 song in many countries including Ireland, Austria, and Germany. “Sweat” was also sampled by Laza Morgan for “One By One“, and Jamie T’sIf You Got The Money“. Check out the commercial below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @Lincoln3Dot – Broken Home


There are times when Recording Artist Lincoln 3Dot tells tales of his adventures with beautiful women via his Snapchat, or flexing his lyricism via Youtube or at an event near you. Today, he sheds light on troubled women in “Broken Home“. Directed by Spugy Ink Films, 3Dot states over the Dre Day produced track that even though he loves the “Bad girl” types, many of them have a story to tell that made them who they are. From abuse, a troubled childhood, to troubling finding love and acceptance, Lincoln lets the listeners know that many young girls lost in the world. With a single that reminds you of Ludacris’Runaway Love” and Nas’Black Girl Lost“, “Broken Home” could be mentioned with them when discussing serious issues in society among young women. They may see her smile, but they don’t know what she feels inside. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @RaineSeville – Touch


After premiering the Island Jams produced single earlier this year, Raine Seville delivers the visuals for her steamy single off the “Bruk It Off Riddim“, “Touch“. Directed by Icey Jace, Raine brings the hotness to your screen with these help of sexy dancing, and her various outfits. From helping troubled couples to chilling in the club, temperatures will be rising, jaws will drop, quarrels will cease (or start, depending on the couple) and heart rates will increase throughout this sexy visual. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @TommyLeeSparta – Soul Reaper


The Dancehall Dark Angel and Spartan General Tommy Lee Sparta is back with a brand new visual. Titled “Soul Reaper” and directed by Pang Pang, Tommy gives viewers a glimpse into his world while dropping dark lyrics about making “duppies” and name dropping various communities in Jamaica that make it their practice. One thing that I liked about Tommy Lee Sparta was that in the past couple years he was dropping music videos at a reasonable pace. I hope this year sees more of them. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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