Earlier this year, US Pop Artist Christina Aguilera announced her 8th studio album, “Liberation“. With a couple singles out, fans were looking forward to what the songbird had in store as she found herself staying busy with other activities in recent years. On the album, she found herself collaborating with Reggae Artist Keida, and Dancehall Artist Shenseea on the track, “Right Moves“! Produced by Che Pope, Bryan “Composer” Nelson, and Marcos “Kosine” Palacios, the 3 ladies have their eyes on the men who know how to woo and seduce them with all the right moves. From having chills running up their spines, to having their bodies explored like iPhone apps, the men have to come correct when it’s time to get down. A great combination of Reggae, Dancehall, and Pop on this one, and a unique addition to Aguilera’s project. How did Makeida, Christina, and Chinsea do? “Liberation” is available on all streaming platforms, but you can check out the track below. Show us some love on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
It’s Friday, and that means the long weekend is here for many. While some are participating in a few activities for Easter, R&B Singer Doja Cat has a song for you if you’re all about having a two person party later. Linking up with Dancehall Artist Konshens, she gets sultry on “Wine Pon You“. The track is a part of Doja’s recently released album, “Amala“, and finds her happily dishing out the moves to a lucky recipient while Konshens pops up and lets her know the tricks he has up his sleeve.
Konshens is enjoying his run this year as he made International moves with the likes of Nipsey Hussle and Rick Ross, and recently released his “It Feel Good” album. Do you want Doja to pop it like Ginkgo Biloba? Check out the track below, and follow us on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
Earlier this year, we let you in on a few Artists that you should look out for in 2018. Featuring some of the best Female acts you may or may not have been aware of, we’ve decided to follow up with a Spotify Playlist featuring even more! From Dancehall, to R&B, to Reggae, to Pop, we continue to highlight the diversity in our unique Jamaican Music Culture. Let this Playlist be your guide to discovering new talent, or providing the soundtracks to your day to day life! Get your headphones or speakers ready, and tune in to some GIRL POWER below!
It’s Sunday, and we have another episode of “Kngly Live!” brought to you by Kris Karz, and Kngly Studios! Today marks the series’ season finale with the promise of even more dope Artists and music to come. To close off the season, we have the lovely Kaylan Arnold covering the late Amy Winehouse classic, “You Sent Me Flying“. Kaylan is armed with her lovely voice, and a Guitar as she does the cover justice and we are all being taken back and remembering a great talent that was gone too soon. We thank you for checking out the series every Sunday, and we do hope you’re here for the next season! In usual fashion, show love to Kris Karz, and support Kngly Studios. Check out the video below.
Producer Kris Karz has been pretty busy these past few months. From blessing the Internet with his “Kngly Live!” series, to producing tracks for the likes of Leno Banton, Dylan Golden, and K. Charlz, he decided it was time to let people in on some of his secret sounds. Though unofficially announced, he will be releasing a series of EPs with the first being today’s entry, “Pastel“! Featuring a lot of samples (If your ears are good, you might recognize a few hits), Kris really wants you to enjoy the sounds in every way. With 3 tracks and assistance from Alex Coombs, Wizzmer, and Tony Trombone, consider this the appetizer until the next course. Support Kris Karz and Kngly Studios, you may never know what he has next in store. Time to see sounds, check out the EP below!
Introducing to the Blog is a NY based Artist by the name of Alex Mali. She has been around for a while releasing some dope tunes, and she proudly reps her West Indian background (Jamaica & Trinidad). For those familiar with the Joey BadA$$ & PRO ERA, you may have heard her on a track or two. With some fire on the way, she gives listeners a taste with a Freestyle titled “Livin“. Produced by KDVG, she describes her tune as an “expression of Parental disapproval” as she points out a few clashes with her Mother. We love our Moms, but there are times where we’re just not gonna see eye to eye with ordeals and expectations. If you know Caribbean Mothers, you know there weren’t just regular arguments. We may be a lil rebellious at times, but we love you Mama! I’m sorry. Check out the track below.