Recording Artist OneLoveTheo has been enjoying a favourable buzz since the release of his “LOVE & Good Vibes” project this past summer. Since then, he has been busy working on giving fans visuals to accompany the songs. Today he drops one for “Her Body“. Directed by Fredrivk Ali, Theo is accompanied by dancing and DJing women as he spews lyrics about admiring the female physique, and how she moves it. With a Production that encourages you to move, the single is made for the sexy ladies who know how to work those curves. If they haven’t mastered all the moves however, they can learn a thing or two by watching Theo’s dancing ladies on screen. OneLoveTheo’s new project is available on onelovetheo.com. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Another Thursday, another installment of “Tune In Thursday“! Get ready for some audio dopeness from 13th Street Promotions and Views From 876! From Reggae to Pop to Dancehall to Hip Hop, we’re doing this for the Culture! Special shout out to the Virgin Islands this week! Free your schedule up for some lovely selections below!
#TuneInThursday Week 3 – 2/11/2016
- Toian – Ride The Wave
- Tia – Can You Feel It
- Keznamdi – Straight Royalty
- Chiney Kiki – Afrikan Woman
- Koro Fyah ft. Lila Ike – Got It For You
- Silkki Wonda – Shitstim
Welcome to another installment of “Tune In Thursday“! Teaming up with “Views From 876” who highlights the beauty of our Island, Jamaica, we’re highlighting some of our top picks from some emerging Jamaican Artists from any genre. Whether Hip Hop, Dancehall, Pop, or Reggae, we’re doing this for the love of the culture! Check out the selections for this week and watch out for our next episode!
#TuneInThursday Week 2 – 27/10/2016
- Baker Steez – Kush & Kologne
- DizTroy x Mystic Davis – Bout Ya
- J-Stone (Kapital Stone) – Enchanted Road
- Kemar Highcon – Oh Gosh
- Lincoln 3Dot – Same Pree
- NeeQah – Rude Gyal Style
You’ve seen her on TV, you’ve witnessed her performances on Broadway, you’ve assisted in her various causes over the years, but did you know Sheryl Lee Ralph is also a Singer? Today’s Oldies Sunday showcases a moment in her singing career with “In The Evening“! Produced by Trevor Lawrence and written by Lawrence and Frank Musker, this Dance/Pop single was released in 1984 and was a part of her only album, “In The Evening” on the The New York Music Company Label. On the single, Sheryl sings about the challenges of living in New York City, but all that is pushed aside when she becomes a part of the nightlife where she states, “The real me comes alive“.
Today marks the first in a new series on the Blog titled “Tune In Thursday“! Teaming up with “Views From 876” who highlights the beauty of our Island, Jamaica, we’re highlighting some of our top picks from some emerging Jamaican Artists from any genre. Whether Hip Hop, Dancehall, Pop, or Reggae, we’re doing this for the love of the culture! Check out the selections for this week and watch out for our next episode!
#TuneInThursday Week 1 – 20/10/2016
- Foresta x Royal Blu x Lila Ike – Believe
- IOTosh – Manana
- Shenseea – Jiggle Jiggle
- Slim I.D. – Pop Sh*t
- Khaos – Search Fi Love
- Chargii – Go Easy
To kick off your week, DJ Jer unleashes the 7th chapter in his “Triganometry” Remix Series! Get ready for a Mixtape chock full of Dancehall, Hip Hop, EDM, R&B, Soca, Trap and Pop remixes to crush the stresses of the work day, pump you up for the next move, and add the right soundtrack for weekend! Jer has been giving you these Mixes since 2009 and he will not disappoint. Get familiar with chapter 7 below, and hit up DJJer-PG.com for previous chapters. Check out the Mixtape below and share your thoughts in the comments section.