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Marcia Griffiths’ “Electric Slide” Featured In New @SheHulkOfficial Episode!


Watched any good TV shows this week? Earlier this week, Marvel’s new series “She-Hulk: Attoryney At Law” debuted a new episode. The Comedy/Action series focuses on Jennifer Walters, who is a Lawyer who specializes in Superhero cases, and ends up becoming a Superhero herself called, “She-Hulk“. In the newest episode, a familiar Jamaican song was featured.

During episode 6 of “She-Hulk” called “Just Jen“, Reggae Legend Marcia Griffiths’ 1989 hit, “Electric Slide” was featured during the episode’s fight scene between She-Hulk and her rival Mary MacPherran a.k.a. Tatiana. Originally called “Electric Boogie” which was recorded and produced by the late Bunny Wailer in 1976, and released in 1980 and 1989, “Electric Slide” lived a few lives over the years. While it was a minor hit for Wailer in the late 70s and 80s, Marcia Griffiths’ 1983 version of the record was released and became a minor hit as well. It wasn’t until 1989 when a remixed version that was featured on Griffiths’ “Carousel” album quickly made it a dance staple around the world. The new version gave birth to the “Electric Slide” dance, which became the official dance for cookouts, family gatherings, Weddings, and various celebrations and events over the years.

If you haven’t seen it yet, “She-Hulk: Attorney At Law” is available for viewing now on Disney+.

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.@Protoje Bats A Winner With Album #6, “Third Time’s The Charm”!


Protoje’s back with another season of new music. After hitting the road and securing a few connections, Protoje felt it was time to return with a new body of work. This time around, he steps out with album #6 called, “Third Time’s The Charm“!

Featuring 10 tracks, “Third Time’s The Charm” is Protoje’s first project since his 2020 “In Search Of Lost Time” album. In the somewhat short space of time Protoje has been active as a Reggae Artist, it’s impressive that his career has blessed him with the opportunity to release 6 albums. This milestone is just a testament to Protoje’s dedication to his craft, and fans will be pleased with the contents of “TTTC“.

Protoje recruited iotosh, Zion I Kings, Ziah, 8 Track, IV The Polymath, and Cadenza, who all brought their A game on “Third Time’s The Charm”. Protoje is never alone during album mode, and he brought along Jesse Royal, Samory I, Lila Iké, and British Singer Jorja Smith who all made valuable contributions to “TTTC”. Thanks to singles that lead up to the album’s release, Protoje is confident that “Third Time’s The Charm” will be another classic, and will open the floor for plenty opportunities come 2023.

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.@BugleAn9ted’s “Toxicity (Deluxe)” Makes Strong Debut On @iTunes Top 10 Reggae Charts!


Reggae/Dancehall Artist Bugle has a lot to be thankful for, and his hard work continues to yield great results. His deluxe version of his highly acclaimed “Toxicity” album, which was released on August 26, made a strong debut on the US iTunes Reggae Album Charts placing at #10. 

The 16 track project, which includes collaborations with Dexta Daps, Heph B, Bounty Killa, Marcia Griffiths, and Ding Dong, has gained positive feedback since its release. One of the album’s tracks “Big Boy (Remix)”, a collaboration between Bugle, Heph B, and Laa Lee, boosted anticipation for the album’s release just days before its release, and has continued to enjoy streaming and radio placements around the world. “Saddest Day”, a long-awaited collaboration with Bugle and Dexta Daps, has quickly become a fan favorite as it pays tribute to Dancehall Icon, Wayne Wonder. The album also charted throughout the Caribbean’s iTunes Reggae Album Charts namely #10 in the Dominican Republic, #12 in Barbados, and #30 in Antigua & Barbuda.

Bugle has been hitting the road to support his “Toxicity (Deluxe)” project. He recently performed in New York at the annual “Angela Yee Day” event and the “Dexta Daps & Friends” concert, and he looks to announce more performance dates shortly. Bugle is also gearing up to release visual content in support of the new album, with video shoots to commence in the coming days. 

Bugle’s “Toxicity (Deluxe)” is out now on all digital music streaming platforms through VP Records, Evidence Music, and An9ted Entertainment. Check it out below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.

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OLDIES SUNDAY: @BigMountainBand – Baby I Love Your Way (1994)


It’s another Oldies Sunday, where we highlight a few classics, and old school songs you’ve never heard before. For today’s selection, we fly over to San Diego, California to check out Reggae Band Big Mountain’sBaby I Love Your Way“.

Produced by Ron Fair, this was released in 1994 through Giant/RCA. Big Mountain’s “Baby I Love Your Way” was a remake of the Peter Frampton’s 1975 single. The remake had a Reggae vibe, which contrasted from the original’s Soft Rock sound. Big Mountain’s version enjoyed chart success peaking at #6 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart, #2 on the UK Singles Chart, and #1 in Denmark, Spain, and Sweden. The track was included in the soundtrack for the 1994 Rom-Com, “Reality Bites“, and went on to go Platinum in Australia, Silver in the UK, and Gold in the US. The track was featured in Big Mountain’s 3rd album, “Unity“, and remains one of their biggest songs. They also performed the song at Reggae Sunsplash, as they were booked in 1994, and 1995.

Since the release of “Baby I Love Your Way”, Big Mountain went on to release more singles and albums, and continues to remain active performers taking their music to various parts of the world.

Thank You Big Mountain For This Classic!

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.@BugleAn9ted Gives His “Toxicity” Album The Deluxe Treatment!


Reggae/Dancehall Recording Artist Bugle is set to give the rest of 2022 some of his best work. He has been consistent with the content all year, but this time he’s going for the gold. Last year saw him release the highly acclaimed “Toxicity” album, and he has been following up with content to support the album. Today, he follows it up with the “Toxicity (Deluxe Edition)” album!

Featuring 16 tracks, Bugle eyes even more with the deluxe version of “Toxicity”. Still showing that he’s one of the best to do it, he gives us even more thought-provoking music with strong messages, and even something to get us moving. In preparation for the album’s release, he recently joined AfroDancehall Artist Heph B, and Dancehall Artist Laa Lee for the “Big Boy (Remix)” single. Along with the aforementioned Artists, newcomers joining Bugle on the album is the legendary Marcia Griffiths, Dancehall Artist Ding Dong, and longtime friend and DASECA collaborator Dexta Daps. Previously featured Artists including Bounty Killa, Kabaka Pyramid, Julian Marley, Adeana Myrie, Jesse Royal, and Tony Gold all appear on this follow up project. The legendary Wayne Wonder gets some love on this album, but we’ll let you find out which track he getting the love. If you were a fan of the original version of “Toxicity”, you will more than appreciate the new additions, which make up for a solid release, and a great listen. Bugle has done it again!

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OLDIES SUNDAY: Glen Brown – No More Slavery (1975)


Happy “Oldies Sunday“! In recognition of Emancipation Day on August 1st, we have a special selection for you. Going back a few decades, our Oldies Sunday selection comes from Recording Artist/Musician/Producer Glen Brown a.k.a. “God Son” with the track, “No More Slavery“.

Released through Dwyer Records in 1975, “No More Slavery” is an Instrumental release by Glen Brown. Leading with a Melodica, Glen plays notes that may have represented the uplifted moods and the joyous feeling of freedom when Emancipation was declared on August 1, 1838. “No More Slavery” was a part of a long list of tracks that Glen Brown created over the years, and is one of his much respected selections in various parts of the world. Glen Brown would find success in the 1970s, and contribute to many recordings from numerous Artists until he transitioned in October 2019.

Remember your roots! Emancipate yourselves from every form of Slavery!

Thank You Glen Brown For This Classic!

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