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.@PuzzleXIII Starts Summer Early With “Saucy”!


Upcoming Artist Puzzle XIII is working his way up to becoming a prominent name in the Dancehall scene. Having made some noise last year with “Sivin’“, he follows up with a track that promises to be a part of Summer 2021. Take a listen to “Saucy“.

Produced by Highest Audio Productions, Puzzle XIII jumps on an uptempo riddim to drop lyrics for the ladies, and gives listeners a look into his lifestyle. Despite the many curfews and lockdowns happening, we can still find a way to party away with tracks like these. Will 2021 be the break out year for Puzzle XIII? Stay tuned!

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OLDIES SUNDAY: Bunny Wailer – Electric Boogie (1980)


Today, we celebrate another Jamaican music Icon who has transitioned to the big session in the afterlife. Today on Oldies Sunday, we go back in time to check out the classic “Electric Boogie” by “Jah B“, the “Blackheart Man”, and the last Wailer, Bunny Wailer.

Produced through his Solomonic Music label and released in 1980, Bunny Wailer gave us a song that was bound to make us move! With his “Electric Boogie”, we were gonna get shockwaves of good energy from the dynamic production, and Bunny’s attention grabbing lyrics. Originally written and recorded in 1976, “Electric Boogie” did not perform very well when released, but when Marcia Griffith re-recorded it and released it in 1983 for her “Carousel” album that it began to catch on. When Marcia’s version got remixed and released as “Electric Slide” in 1989 paired with a line dance, it became a smash hit, and one of the most successful singles by a female Reggae Artist ever. “Electric Boogie” would also get a re-release in 1989 along with an energetic music video. It was featured on Bunny’s 1993 album, “Just Be Nice“. “Electric Boogie” still gets plays worldwide, and remains one of Bunny Wailer’s most recognized songs. Born Neville Livingston, Bunny Wailer passed away on March 2, 2021 at the age of 73. May his legacy live on!

THANK YOU BUNNY WAILER!

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.@RhiyaLuna Deals With The Effects Of A Fun Night On “Can’t Recall”!


Recording Artist Rhiya Luna likes to have fun, whether it’s being at the club, or just chilling with friends. Sometimes she takes it easy, other times she has way too much fun, and she feels the effects of it in the morning. Today, she shares something about the latter situation in, “Can’t Recall“.

Produced by longtime collaborator Nuh Response Production on the “Breathe Riddim“, Rhiya finds herself feeling the after effects of having way too much to drink at a party the night before, not being able to recall everything that happened throughout, and having difficulty facing the day ahead. It gets like that when you’re having a lot of fun with friends, but we also urge you all to drink responsibly. A song that will have many looking back at their own similar situations and build a vibe with, Rhiya Luna may have found another hit with this one. Are you one of those who claim they aren’t drinking again after having too much the night before? Share with us some of your experiences (if you’re not shy about it).

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.@Brush1Chromatic & Friends Look To Get Viral With The “Doukie Bounce” Music Video!


What started as an activity among friends, quickly became a viral moment for Gotti OG, and OG Mini with the creation of the “Doukie Bounce“. The new dance has found its way to being a hit among regular party patrons, and one of the names that helped further its popularity is Selector Brush 1 Chromatic. To further promote it, Brush 1 teamed up with the “Sauce BossKemar Highcon, and Recording Artist Kacique for the dance’s official song last year. Tonight, fans of the song can now get an official viral video!

Directed by Panda Studios, viewers who haven’t been familiar with the dance, can now catch up. With various familiar faces making cameo appearances, we can tell they all had a lot of fun putting together this video. Where will the Doukie Bounce pop up next? Only time will tell.

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.@MajorLazer Kicks Off A “Soca Storm” With New 3 Track EP!


Carnival 2020 is off to a great start so far. With lots of music being released already, just know that you’re in for an awesome time. Joining in the fun is the Major Lazer collective with their latest EP, “Soca Storm“! Featuring 3 tracks, the EP finds Diplo, Walshy Fire, and Jillionaire collaborating with Soca Artists Mr. Killa and Zeek. With energetic production and lots of energy, you’ll find “Soca Storm” a great addition to your Soca playlists.

With Costumes being revealed by various Bands so far and events being announced, will you be a part of the “Jump & Wave” crowd this year? Check out the EP below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.

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Get To Know The @FiDiCultureLive Lineup In Our Latest Playlist!


In promotion of the 2nd staging of their event series, we’ve teamed up with the “Fi Di Culture Live” team to deliver the “Fi Di Culture Live On 13th Street” Playlist! With a huge selection of Artists ready to showcase their talents on Friday July 12 at C&C South Beach (2 Brompton Rd., Kingston), we’re giving you a chance to get familiar with some of the headliners. With a blend of Hip Hop, Dancehall, and Pop, be prepared to enjoy yourselves, and meet your new faves! “Fi Di Culture Live” was made to give upcoming Artists a stage to present their talents in a scene where it’s at times hard to get your name out there. With the first staging being a success, the team hopes July 12 will open many more doors for the brand, and the headliners. Details on purchasing tickets can be found in the flier below. Follow @FiDiCultureLive on Twitter and Instagram for more “Fi Di Culture Live” content.

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