If you’re a fan of Dancehall Music, then you’re familiar with the art of Clashing. Seen as a way to bring out the best or worst lyrically in an Artist, we get to witness this event when tensions rise and the #1 spot in Dancehall is at a free for all stage. Over the years, the clashing season usually starts around late Summer/early Autumn where Artists call out each other in hopes of them sharing the stage and facing off at “The Greatest One Night Show On Earth” a.k.a. Sting, the yearly Dancehall event held on Boxing Day in Jamaica. Some of the greatest clashes included Ninja Man vs Shabba Ranks, Beenie Man vs Bounty Killa, and Vybz Kartel vs Mavado. While many never make it to Sting, they still manage to help put an upcoming or established Artist on the radar, or give an Artist their walking papers. In recent years, clashing has been on a decline. With the recent announcement of a no show for Sting 2016, the question I ask is, “Will Clashing Still Be A Thing In 2017?”.
I know I can relate with this one. In Kevin2woKrayzee’s latest rant, he gets at persons who fail to show appreciation to those who perform the small gesture of holding the door for them. Not only did Kevin rant, but he also expressed his actions the next time he comes across an ungrateful person. They say manners can carry you far into the world, but many misplaced them. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Never been one to hold her tongue, today’s new video comes from Toni Blair. Here she spoke about the fans of celebrities and how outrageous they can be. She rants about how many can be so defensive for their celeb to the point of being abusive, worshipping celebs but cannot care enough for their own lives and more important matters. Speaking the truth here, many of these “fans” are really something else when it comes to “stanning” for their entertainers. Nothing is wrong with being a fan of Rihanna, Nicki Minaj or even Beyonce, but some people should really tone it down. Thank you Toni! Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.