Recently, subscribers of popular streaming network Netflix, were treated to a bunch of new content. One of the new programs included the series, “She’s Gotta Have It“. Adapted from the 1986 Spike Lee Joint, the storyline revolves around a young woman and her three lovers. The series however features a great selection of music from Hip Hop to Reggae for its soundtrack. Lending their sounds to the series included Reggae Artist Fanton Mojah, Reggaeton Artist Daddy Yankee, Reggae Band Steel Pulse, Dancehall Artist Opal, and Soca Artist GBM Nutron! In episode 2, you can find Fanton Mojah’s “Kingston Town” which features Capleton and Turbulence, Opal’s “This Me Know“, and Daddy Yankee’s “Hula Hoop“. In episode 4, you can find Steel Pulse’s “Can’t Stand It“, and GBM Nutron’s “Scene” (plus a shout out from the series’ Protagonist). Season 1 of the series is out, so you can “Netflix and Chill“. You can check out the tracks below!
With news of her signing to Island Kings Records, Tifa has been toiling hard over the years to become a success in the Dancehall scene. Sitting on the set for the first time, she had a chat with Winford Williams about that and more. Here she spoke on the details of her new record deal, furthering her global popularity, her single “Body Up” being featured in the Netflix series “Hemlock Grove“, working on a music video for “Back It Up” and the success of that single, getting her start in her music career, the challenges she’s faced before and during her career, proving many people wrong with her talent, avoiding conflicts in the Music Fraternity and encouraging unity among female artists, releasing her first big budget music video and hosting an event for it, Reggae Sumfest 2014, future projects and endorsements. Loved this Interview here, looking forward to the new developments in her career. There’s no slowing down of her progress. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.