When things are down, sometimes you just have to be creative. Radio Personality/DJ/MC Fuse has been on the grind since the global pandemic. While he has been busy putting out mixtapes, he recently launched his new Podcast series titled, “Me Deen’n Business“! On the pilot episode, Fuse doesn’t hold back as he share his views on current happenings on Social Media, and in the entertainment sector. The Podcast is unfiltered and will have you wanting to chip in your 2 cents. If you’re loving what you’re hearing, be sure to subscribe, and stay tuned for a new episode every friday.
These History lessons don’t require you to be in a Classroom, or shell out a lot of money to purchase Textbooks. “Lest We Forget” is a Jamaican Podcast series that deep dives into the past events of the Caribbean, and analyzes how it shapes the way how we live in it both psychologically and socially. Hosted by Davey and Marlon a.k.a. the two Gen Z Jamaicans who’ll have you thinking, shocked, and well informed on some of the events that you can’t find in Schools.
From the Kariba Suit, to facts about The Rt. Hon. Norman Manley, to The Rt. Excellent Marcus Garvey and his two Amys, to “Bad Friday“, you will be thoroughly entertained and informed, and wanting to hear even more. The Podcast is available on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and Soundcloud, and is distributed by Tenement Yaad Media. With having a lot of time on your hands during this Quarantine, now is the time to take a listen. Get the ball rolling by pressing play on the 1st episode below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
The brothers Jeff and Eric Rosenthal make up the duo of “ItsTheReal“. For years they have been in the Entertainment business making skits, creating music, and assisting the careers of some of your favourite Artists. Now with the “A Waste Of Time” Podcast series, they’ve shared the room with many personalities and brought a unique side to Interviews. Recently, Recording Artist Shenseea made an appearance with the brothers in the Upper West Side, NY to talk about her upbringing, meeting Jay Z, dropping out of University, covering songs, working with Romeich Entertainment, reconnecting with her older brother, “Blessed” and her new Record deal, doing an Interview high off Weed edibles, and more!
From St. Elizabeth, to Kingston, to the world, a Shenseea! While she’s enjoying the success of “Blessed” with Rapper Tyga, Shenseea continues to climb up the ladder to become a household name Internationally. What else is in store? Stay tuned!
Start up the Chainsaw…CHI CHING CHINGGGG…!
Recently we caught Dancehall Artist Chi Ching Ching on Nightly Fix’s “The Fix” Podcast. Throughout the episode, we were reminded on how far Ching is coming from in his career. With him celebrating his Birthday and the release of his debut album “Turning Tables” recently, we were inspired to compile a playlist featuring some of his hits. The “TallaDanDem” Boss has come a long way from carrying the red carpet literally everywhere, and rocking the zip earrings.
Check out the Playlist below, and share with a friend. Show us some love on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
When the music hits you, you feel no pain, right? Reggae Music continues to win more hearts over the past few decades. With its many sub genres, fans are treated to all sorts of talent and we hear many songs that can stand the test of time. With Jamaican acts like Protoje, Morgan Heritage, Tarrus Riley, and many more touring the world and sharing our art, we can’t help but demand its sibling Dancehall to step up its game. Again, we love Dancehall, but we need to see it doing just as well as the big sibling. Tune in to our rant below, and share your thoughts!
When it comes to New York Hip Hop, Salaam Remi is a name you should mention. Known for bringing Reggae/Dancehall music to Hip Hop in the 90s and providing a fresh new sound for many Artists, Salaam has worked with Shabba Ranks, SuperCat, Nas, the late Amy Winehouse, Ini Kamoze and many others. Recently he stopped by the Rap Radar Podcast to speak on his extensive music career spanning over 30 years. Here he spoke about his start including mixing many classic tracks, his first releases as a Producer, using his Island roots (by the way of Trinidad) to influence his Production and contributing to a wave of Hip Hop/Reggae singles in the 90s, his new projects and more! From Queens to the Caribbean to the world! Learn something new or bring back memories by checking out the Interview below and share your thoughts in the comments section.