Recently, Recording Artist/Producer Wyclef Jean teamed up with Songstress Sasha Mari for “My Girl“. The Dancehall/Spanish Music tinged single created a buzz as Wyclef proclaimed his comeback. Today we hear a “Dancehall Queen” remix from Trinidad/NYC based Recording Artist/Producer GBM Nutron! Produced by GBM Productions and Heads Music, Nutron adds a more Island feel to the single while letting off a few bars of his own. Searching for your own Dancehall Queen? Let this energetic single be the soundtrack to aid your journey! Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Fresh out of the oven comes a full project from “SBStunts” a.k.a. Safaree. Titled “It Is What It Is“, this features 19 tracks with features from Ward 21, Travis Kr8ts, Philly Swain and Radio personality Charlamagne Tha God. If you loved “Burner” and “Computers Freestyle“, then check out his other selections on this project as he reps NYC and of course, Jamaica. Check out the mixtape below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
I Octane has been on a journey to conquer the globe and his new video is no different. In New York launching his “My Journey” album, I Octane gave us a highlight of the activities he has done including promo runs, meet and greets, and previewing his album. Check out part one by watching the video below and sharing your thoughts in the comments section.
Today’s new music is a meeting between two NY boroughs, Brooklyn and Queens. Cash Bilz released his new single “Stranded” and it features Prodigy of the legendary Mobb Deep. Produced by SOUL, the two rappers trade bars about life, getting their minds right and elevating, and being different from these other rappers over a smooth production. Great track here as Cash lands jabs while P throws uppercuts and in the end give you a knockout. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Today’s video comes in the form of an Interview with Shaggy from the Breakfast Club on NY’s Power 105.1. Here he spoke about some aspects of Jamaica and misconceptions, his start in the music industry, his new album “Out Of Many One Music“, his style of music and many other topics. Interesting Interview from Shaggy although sometimes I was weirded out by the “twang” and the generic questions. That was a crazy story with him and the late James Brown. You can learn a little of his background in this interview. Check it out below and share your thoughts in the comments section.