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.@Kris_Karz Gets In The Zone On Timothy David Featured, “ENERGY”


Kris Karz continues to put out quality content as he gears up for a full length project for 2021. With music and visuals reaching the people near and far, Kris has been putting in a lot of work, and we know he’ll reap greatly in due time. Having released the singles “HEARTBREAK” and “LOVE“, he follows up with “ENERGY“!

Featuring vocalist Timothy David on the hook and released through Kris Karz’s Kngly Studios, Karz continues his pursuit of finding someone to call his own. With a funky production supporting Kris’ smooth lyrics, we’re definitely feeling it, and we expect it to catch people off guard very soon. With a catchy vibe and production you can’t but move to, this is just another taste of what’s to come on Kris Karz’s upcoming project. A visual is on the way for “ENERGY“, so 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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.@DiRealShaggy Classics Featured In “Ginny & Georgia” @Netflix Series


It keeps getting better and better for Jamaican music Icon Shaggy. In the past few years, you could find the GRAMMY winning artist’s music playing in some of your favourite movies, commercials, and even TV shows. Earlier this year, his classic “It Wasn’t Me” was featured in a Cheetos commercial for Super Bowl LV, and now we find his music in the new Netflix series, “Ginny & Georgia“!

In season one of “Ginny & Georgia”, not only was “It Wasn’t Me” featured in the debut episode, but his “Luv Me Luv Me” collaboration with Samantha Cole was featured in episode 6. Originally featured on Shaggy’s 2000 Diamond selling album “Hot Shot“, the artist continues to show that when you make good music, it will live on. “It Wasn’t Me” was released in 2000, and has moved on from being a Billboard charting single, to now being a part of Pop Culture, and becoming a staple in movies and TV shows. Originally released in 1998, “Luv Me Luv Me” originally featured Pop Icon Janet Jackson, and was featured on the soundtrack for “How Stella Got Her Groove Back“. Due to label politics, the single had to be re-recorded and released as a single in 2001 with Pop Artist Samantha Cole as the original was not allowed to be featured on the “Hot Shot” album. “Ginny & Georgia” is a Netflix “Dramedy” series that follows teenager Ginny Miller, and her interactions and display of maturity with her 30 year old mother, Georgia. Kaya Pino is the Music Supervisor behind the series’ soundtrack.

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OLDIES SUNDAY: @Rihanna – Pon De Replay (2005)


Yesterday (February 20), Pop Queen Rihanna celebrated her 33rd birthday. It’s been a long time since the Bajan sensation emerged on the scene, and now she’s one of Pop’s most iconic artists. Today on Oldies Sunday, we present to you the song that started it all, “Pon De Replay“.

Produced by Vada Nobles, Carl Sturken, and Evan Rogers, “Pon De Replay” was released through Def Jam Records in 2005. The track finds Rihanna requesting the DJ turn her favourite music up so she and her friends can enjoy the party more. The song was the first single off her 2005 debut album, “Music Of The Sun“. The song has Pop, Dancehall, R&B influences, and it turned out to be a hit for the rising star. Prior to its release, it was a part of collection of demo tracks Rihanna recorded in 2004 in hopes she got signed to a record deal soon after. “Pon De Replay” caught the attention of then President of Def Jam Jay Z, and after a successful audition for him and Music Exec. L.A. Reid, Rihanna signed a 6 album contract with the label, and the rest is history. “Pon De Replay” went on to sell 3 Million copies, become a top 10 single in various countries, and catapulted Rihanna onto the Pop scene as the next big star. Fast forward over a decade and a half and a few billion streams later, Rihanna has become one of the most successful artists of all time, is one of the most influential personalities of all time, and has enjoyed lucrative careers in Music, Film, Fashion, and Beauty. It all started from that demo tape.

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.@AlicaiHarley Does “Yard Gyal Inna Britain” Things On Debut EP!


It took a lot of work for UK based Recording Artist Alicaì Harley to get here. With a fire burning in her to make it, she “tek it to dem” over the years with good music. Having made her name cover various areas, she looks to make even more official moves with the release of her debut project, “The Red Room Intro: Yard Gyal Inna Britain EP“!

With 10 tracks loaded, Alicaì Harley comes through like the “God-blessed pickney” that she is, and deliver a world of styles over some heavy production. With “Bad Gyal” anthems, fun songs, relationship songs, Female Empowerment music, and motivational music, Alicaì makes her voice be heard on a higher level, and lets the world know that this Jamaican gem is here to stay, and make a shift in music. With guest features from Stefflon Don, Moelogo, Nadia Rose, Kojo Funds, and Tony Matterhorn, Alicaì ensures that she is well supported on her debut project. She also blends Dancehall, Pop, Hip Hop, and R&B sounds thanks to production from Beat Demons, Diztortion, AntiWave, “Clevie” Browne of the legendary Steely & Clevie, Seanizzle, Jah SnowCone, and others. We promise this EP is one you will be enjoying a whole lot this year. Alicaì Harley cooked up some fire here.

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.@SarkAmbassador Teams Up With @MissRheaDawn On “Toxic”


Trini Creative Sarkastik Ambassador looks to make 2021 the year he increases his musical output. Having dabbled in other areas last year, we didn’t get to hear much music. Starting off the new year right, he gives listeners an early listen to the track, “Toxic“.

Produced by TDSK Productions and featuring Bajan Singer/Songwriter Rhea Layne, Sark and Rhea get at each other like a fighting couple as they speak about jealousy, insecurity, and plenty toxic behaviours between them. Many couples go through things like this daily, but Sark and Rhea just play it all out in a way that will have couples thinking over things and go forward with resolutions. As mentioned before, this an early listen as Sarkastik Ambassador looks to put some finishing touches and officially release this track later this year. Let us know what you think about it.

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