It’s always a good time when friends can get together for the Holidays and enjoy each other’s company. For Recording Artists Farruko and Bad Bunny, it’s all about the Kush when they call up Nicki Minaj and Travis Scott for the Music Video for the Rvssian produced “Krippy Kush Remix“! Directed by top Director Eif Rivera, the Artists go from moving bricks of the Kush, recreational smokes with friends, to a stand off with the Police. With Nicki Minaj (who plays dress up in this visual) and Travis Scott’s (who replaces 21 Savage) contributions to the remix, just play this at a high volume and watch the results. Big up to Producer Rvssian who has been making major moves in Latin America. 2018 promises to be even bigger when he unleashes some surprise collaborations. Get some “Krippy Kush” in your life, and check out the video below.
Many have thrown dirt his way over the years, but Recording Artist/Fur Expert Safaree stands tall regardless. Recently, he stopped by the Hot 97 Studio to rap a few bars for Funkmaster Flex. As a part of the DJ’s Freestyle series, Safaree fires off in episode 78. From changing furs during, to sending a jab at fellow Jamaican, popular Youtube personality DJ Akademiks, we’re surprised he didn’t throw his signature “Suck ya mada” during. Not a bad episode here, Safaree makes sure he adds his “Stuntman” charisma throughout. Shout out Messiah the “Fur God“. Catch Safaree in a city near you, or a TV near you. Check out the video below.
The “Stuntman” Safaree stopped by the Breakfast Club morning show recently to discuss a few things. Here he spoke about his new project, “It Is What It Is Vol. 2“, his lawsuit against former Girlfriend Nicki Minaj, addressed the video of him dancing back in the day, working on new music, his recent performances, getting weird requests from people and more. If you haven’t yet, check out his new project on iTunes. Check out the Interview below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
If you’re a listener of Dancehall Music, then you’ve heard the name “Shabba Ranks” before. One of the greatest Dancehall Artists that ever stepped on stage, we’ve called him “The Grammy Kid“, “Emperor Ranks“, and “Big Dutty Stinking Shabba” to name a few. As child he was one of the few Deejays I’ve looked up to, when he dropped music videos and stage performances I was glued to the TV screen despite my family complaining of how “slack” his music was. Today, on Oldies Sunday I present to you a few of his songs, and the singles that have sampled/paid tribute to him. What are your favourite Shabba Ranks singles? Let us know in the comments section. Let’s go!
(1) Bedroom Bully (1992)
Busy Signal – Bedroom Bully (2012)
(2) Trailer Load a Girls (1991)
OMI – Boom Riddim (2014)
Nicki Minaj – Girls Fall Like Dominoes (2010)
From the big stage to his own stage, Safaree wants his name to be seen everywhere. During his recent to Jamaica he stopped by the Onstage set to chat with Winford Williams. Here he spoke about his background including growing up in Jamaica and in New York, starting his music career, being a dancer, his mixtape “It Is What It Is“, his famous ex girlfriend Nicki Minaj, his break up with her and the songs that came after, his upcoming appearances in Jamaica, his love for Lady Saw and Bounty Killa, and more. Safaree or “SB” has taken hits, and aims to overcome and prosper, looking forward to see what’s next for him. Check out the Interview below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Tonight, the popular CVM TV series Onstage goes live via live streaming. Check out the stream below and share your thoughts in the comments section.