First they delivered the debut single, now the Artists named GIRL and Kenzic present to you the visual for “FLY“! Directed by Kurt Wright, GIRL hops out the whip to Kenzic in showing off vocals, delivering the lyrics, the effortless swag, and of course bring the energy to their collaborative effort. GIRL is currently working on new projects to ensure that 2016 ends with her name in every playlist. With a catchy KeeRAB Records produced single out there, it’s now time to enjoy the video. Check it out below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
We’re crossing the seas for this one. Fresh out of the UK comes Recording Artist Lil Opy. This 17 year old has been making a name for himself lately thanks to his debut single, “Hold You Down” and today, we feature both the audio and visual of said tune. Directed by Amir and features popular UK Artist Paigey Cakey and rising Artist Oluwa Shimzie, this is aimed at young couples, those going through “Cuffing Season“, and those who are experiencing Summer love. With a feel good Production provided by Opy, this might be the soundtrack to many dates this year. In recent years we have seen a growth of African Artists as they’ve not only commanded a presence on the Afrobeat scene, but making their mark in Hip Hop, Dancehall, Reggae, Pop Music, and the various fusions of genres. Representing the Afro Allstars Collective, Lil Opy may just be one of those young Artists to look out for. Get yourself a “Bae” for this one. Check out the track and video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Fast rising Singer Sabrina Diva is the voice of the modern Woman, spreading positivity, Independence, strength, feistiness, and fun through her lyrics. Her fresh new trends in music alongside her unique Reggae style have made her a force to be reckoned with. The snazzy new Singer/Songwriter is currently promoting her latest single “Mash Up My Head”. The song was produced by world renowned Producer Rorey Baker under his One Pop Music label. It was officially released earlier this year and is made available by distributing giants Zojak Worldwide.
The Music Video for “Mash Up My Head” recently premiered on Jamaican Television Programme Entertainment Report and is now available on YouTube and Vevo. “It is a fun playful song, and we encompassed all of that playful nature in the video, trust me you will enjoy this video.” expressed Sabrina. The feedback from the single has been tremendous thus far and has surpassed the rising Diva’s expectations. So far she has been getting regular airplay on Irie FM, Hitz 92, Suncity, BBC Radio, Irie Jam, 99 JAMZ, and Flames Radio. “I am ecstatic about this single, it has been exceptionally received and I know it only gets better from here.” she said
This is not the first time Sabrina Diva has enjoyed success, her single “War Down Town” was added to Sly & Robbie’s 2012 Grammy nominated album “Throw Back” which brought her a new set of listeners. Although a native of the UK, this bold, sassy singer has made Jamaica her home and has proved time and time again that she is here to stay. With her unique and original take on Reggae, Sabrina Diva continues to excite and tantalize, and leaving her audience wanting more. What’s next for Sabrina Diva? Stay tuned.
Sometimes It’s a battle when an Artist has to switch up the styles to be placed on a bigger platform. Today, Reggae Artist Kabaka Pyramid battles with his Hip Hop side on another level in “Kabaka Vs Pyramid“. Shot by JussBuss TV and features the late Notorious B.I.G.’s “Gimme The Loot” Instrumental, it’s Reggae Vs Hip Hop as the twos sides of Kabaka try to justify the better and more successful one. With cameo appearances from Five Steez, The Sickest Drama, Runkus, Koro Fyah, Royal Blu and more, this is a battle to see and replay many times. Featured on Kabaka and Walshy Fire’s “Accurate Mixtape“, check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
“Jamaica is a BIG deal” according to KFC Jamaica and Reggae/Dancehall Artist Christopher Martin. Promoting Jamaican Pride, the Island’s 54th year of Independence, and Jamaica’s participation in Rio 2016, they’ve teamed up for a new campaign. In the video, directed by Tanya E. Taylor while ZJ Bambino handled the lyrics and production of the song, Chris is joined by a crowd of Flag wavers and Dancers as they celebrate Jamaica at a KFC location. In the song, Chris promotes Jamaican pride by mentioning the great things the Island has contributed to the world and stating that “We likkle but we tallawah!“. As a part of their campaign, KFC has a limited run of specially marked food boxes pushing the #FullAhPride hashtag and decorated in Black, Gold & Green. Show off your love for Jamaica this Independence Day and wave your Flags high! Let’s go Team Jamaica! Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
After premiering the single last year, Toronto based Recording Artist RamRiddlz took a trip to Jamaica, and teamed up with Dancehall Artist Nemesis to release the visual for “Call Me“. Directed by RD Studios, the Artists bring the ladies over to the “Sweeterside” where they have weed and a cool ambiance, and let them know they’re just a call away when they need the loving. With the single produced by Chillaa and Jaegen, it has been pretty popular overseas since its release and now the video further pushes it to more eyes and ears. Are the ladies ready to join RamRiddlz and Nemesis on the “Sweeterside“? Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.