After months of waiting and a couple tracks to hold us over, Recording Artist Alexx A-Game finally delivers his latest project titled, “Real ‘N’ True: Vol. 1“. Featuring 9 tracks, A-Game flexes his musical muscle here as he tackle various Riddims but still gives us the thought provoking bars and the right vibes. With Production from Vern Hill, YogiDaProducer, Elite Generation Records, Demar Gayle, Dwayne Morris (Cahban Records), Soundcheque Productions and 808 Charmer, Alexx even gets to remix Drake’s “Controlla“, and goes back into time on the “Bug Riddim“. No more talking, time to listen to some new A-Game! Listen below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
It’s another “Tune In Thursday“! Brought to you by 13th Street Promotions and Views From 876, we have the music that will brighten your mood! It’s for the Culture so be here every Thursday for a music fix! Check out the selections below.
#TuneInThursday Week 5 – 17/11/2016
- Chargii – Di Ting
- Eva Hype – Para Siempre
- Trabass x El Capiitan – Get High
- Keznamdi – Father Protect Me
- Amlak RedSquare – Judge
- Kemar Highcon – Level Up
In every young Artist’s life, there comes that time where they put in a lot of work on their rise to the top. Leno Banton is one of those Artists who stepped on the scene with a brand and a crew to match, and all he wants now is to be seen and heard worldwide. Recently, he was booked to perform at the Imprint event in Kingston, Jamaica. In the first episode of his “Da MEDz” Vlog series, he shares his thoughts and visuals before and after the event. We got a chance to see him prepare for his appearance, solo performance, and meeting with Recording Artist Protoje who he deems as an Influence in his career. Leno’s REMSZN project is available here for those who aren’t familiar with his music. Shot by Jordan Morris, check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Today’s Oldies Sunday comes from legendary Grammy winning Reggae group, Black Uhuru! Titled “General Penitentiary“, this was produced by Sly & Robbie for the Taxi Label in 1979 and features vocals from members Derek “Duckie” Simpson, Michael Rose (Mykal Rose), and the late Sandra “Puma” Jones. The single speaks on the experiences of someone who is serving time in Prison, the conditions they live in, and warns “Don’t do the crime if you can’t do the time“.
It’s that time again for “Tune In Thursday“! While many are still dealing with the shocking news from Overseas, 13th Street Promotions and Views From 876 are here with a playlist to rock your mind, soul and body! It’s for the Culture so be here every Thursday for a music fix! Check out the selections below.
#TuneInThursday Week 4 – 10/11/2016
- Dre Island x Assassin – Bounce About
- Clymaxx – Puff & Roll Up
- Vershon – All Mi Want
- Maticulus Auburn – Vertigo
- Five Steez x Sosa x Nomad Carlos – Gods Collide (Sosa Remix)
- 5 Star – 3rd Eye Open
International Recording Artist Laza Morgan is at it again with a new single titled, “On Fire”, which has been creating a huge buzz for the Artist. Laza Morgan, who is largely known for his high-energy performances and his sweet melodies, is very happy with the feedback that he has been getting so far. “The song is well received and we only just started promo, but because of the good feedback, it made us move to the next level – that’ss stepping up promotion marketing,” says Laza Morgan, adding that the Music Video for the song will be released soon.
The single is produced by Majah Label Music Group on their Riddim Compilation called “Cold Sweat”, and is available on iTunes and all digital outlets for purchase. It is being distributed by Zojack worldwide. The Artist is currently in the studio recording a lot of projects and among them is a Riddim Compilation called “King Culture”, which features Sizzla, Munga, Stonebwoy, MJ Morgan and himself. “I’ve started my own label with my brother, MJ Morgan, who also just dropped his first single, “My Girl”. So a lot of music is coming for 2017. Also, I’m working with my son on his music, and I have a couple of Artists I’m looking to sign to Corner King Music,” Laza Morgan said. “On the business side of things, we’re pushing my KORNAKING Skate brand worldwide, and in January 2017, we look to push forward on cementing the name as a Jamaican brand with building a Skate Plaza in St Thomas on our family property,” he added.