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.@PopcaanMusic Gets Featured On @TheeStallion’s “Good News” Album


International Poppy strikes again! Popcaan continues to put in the necessary work to solidify his place as a Dancehall legend, and an International Icon. The year saw him dropping hits and making international appearances, and today you can find him on US Rapper Meg Thee Stallion’sGood News” album.

Featured on the track “Intercourse“, Popcaan did what he needed to do as he brought a lot of Dancehall vibes to compliment Meg’s sex talk over some Mustard production. The Popcaan feature was a much anticipated one since it was revealed earlier this week on Meg’s social media feeds. Popcaan has been riding high with collabs from Drake, PND, Preme, Maroon 5, Jorja Smith, and more. To stay up to date with most of the features, check out our “Popcaan AirwaysPlaylist below.

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.@KabakaPyramid Joins @RMean & @MethodMan On Scott Storch Produced “Circus”


Before there was Kabaka Pyramid the global Reggae artist with many thought provoking hits, there was Kabaka Pyramid the Rapper who could hit you with plenty bars with ease. While Hip Hop definitely influenced his Reggae career, seeing him collaborate with some of his faves gives us a proud feeling. Today, he joins LA Hip Hop artist R-Mean and the legendary Method Man of the Wu-Tang Clan on the track, “Circus“.

Produced by the legendary Scott Storch, the trio go bar for bar as they each show off their distinct style, and make it known that they have no time for clown business or anything that can tarnish their standards. We recall times where Kabaka Pyramid would freestyle or remix one of his songs over Wu-Tang Clan beats, and since then he has collaborated with members Raekwon and Method Man. Many may not understand it, but this collaboration is a big one. Big up Kabaka Pyramid, R-Mean, Method Man, and Scott Storch!

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.@Popeye_Caution1 Does Drivebys With @SplashZanotti On “BOW”


Whether he’s giving listeners high energy music, styling and profiling in the latest fashion, or showing off some dance moves, Popeye Caution does it all effortlessly. The year may have found him putting in the work behind the scenes, and now he’s back with big tunes. Teaming up with Florida Rapper Splash Zanotti, we get the track, “BOW“!

Produced by Felva, Popeye Caution and Splash Zanotti hit the block on the hunt for the loot! With Popeye kicking off the track with the catchy “Buddu bye bow…“, we get some Trap Dancehall vibes with Splash adding some extra badness. Expect this one to make some noise in the coming weeks. In addition to the track, an official music video is set to hit the Internet soon.

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.@RxpFlo Makes A Statement With His Debut EP, “Trap Island”!


The Trap Hip Hop movement has been a huge influence since its debut over a decade ago. In recent years, it has touched the Jamaican music scene, and lent some of its influence to the Dancehall and growing Jamaican Hip Hop movements. With artists like Aidonia, BakerSteez, Tommy Lee Sparta, and Rygin King showcasing different styles, newer artists like Rxp Flo stepped up to bring more strength to the new Jamaican Trap movement. Recently, he took his career to the next level with the release of his debut EP, “Trap Island“!

Consisting of 4 tracks, Rxp Flo has been on the scene building a buzz and collecting a steady following in the process. The release of his EP shows that he’s about business, and will not stop till he’s one of the top artists doing it. It has been a easy road, but he is determined to make it. The EP features production from Metro 17 and Riot Records. “Making this EP helped me realized that not everything will go your way, it doesn’t mean you should give up though. Always move forward regardless,” shared Rxp Flo. “I had lots of down time while working on this EP, but I was at my happiest when I was at the studio writing and recording. I made new friends along the way, but I’ve also seen people I considered friends show me their true colours. These experiences helped me put together a great project, and I wouldn’t change a thing because I was given lessons on patience, dedication, and learning to make my own moves.

The Jamaican Hip Hop movement is still growing, and we look forward to your support with these artists on the rise. Check out Rxp Flo’s “Trap Island” below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.

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.@DJBlkLuos Triples The Output With The Release Of New Singles!


Canada based DJ/Producer/Artist Blkluos continues to keep the flame burning, and the legacy of Heartbreak Quotey alive. With an extensive catalogue filled with various productions, singles, and “Bootleg” mixes, he has been putting in the work to become one of the well known Creatives in not only Canada, but in other parts of the world. Recently, he shifted gears with the release of “Changes“, “I Thought About It“, and “Dead People“.

All produced by JXYMEFROMTHENINE, Blkluos makes observations on what’s going on in the music scene nowadays, talks about loss, working towards his goals and ambitions, and of course keeping Heartbreak Quotey’s name and works alive. Over a dark Trap productions, Blkluos holds his own, and lets listeners know that he’s not playing around. With more tracks on the way, don’t expect this movement to come to a screeching stop. Get familiar! #HBQForever!

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OLDIES SUNDAY: @MichieBadGalMee x L.A. Luv – Jamaican Funk (1990)


For today’s “Oldies Sunday“, we’re going give it you Hip Hop style. For those unfamiliar, Hip Hop’s roots traces back to Jamaica. While many have done tremendous things for the genre and its culture, we have to remember the pioneers. Jamaica has DJ Kool Herc, and also Michie Mee, a Canadian Hip Hop pioneer. Today, we feature Michie Mee’s single, “Jamaican Funk“.

Produced by King Of Chill and released through First Priority Music in 1990, “Jamaican Funk” was a collaboration between Michie Mee and DJ L.A. Luv, and was a single that helped to spawn the growth of the Canadian Hip Hop movement. It was also one of the first singles that blended Hip Hop and Dancehall as Michie deejayed and rapped throughout the track. The single did very well for Michie Mee, and was given a remix called, “Jamaican Funk Canadian Style“. Both versions were featured on Michie Mee & L.A. Luv’s album, “Jamaican Funk-Canadian Style“, which was a success for the duo as the album crossed borders, charted on American charts, and was nominated for a Juno award. Since “Jamaican Funk”, Michie Mee went on to make more moves as an artist including founding the band, Raggadeath, influencing the new generation of artists, and kicking down the door for many of your favourites. She also dabbled in acting with roles in the film “In Too Deep“, and appearing in TV shows like “Soul Food” and “Da Kink In My Hair“. She is the Queen of Canadian Hip Hop, and a yaad she come from!

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