The “Classic Man“ Jidenna takes it to the Islands for his brand new video for “Little Bit More“. Directed by Justin Francis with assistance from Fear & Fancy, this was shot in Jamaica and features Media Personality Amita Webb. The video captures a little bit of Island life, showcases some fancy dance moves from Jidenna and company, and of course a lil Island love shown between Amita and Jidenna. With the track’s mix of Caribbean and Afro Beat influences, it was only right it was shot here and the single is a hit! Look out for more from Jidenna later this year but for now, check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Platinum Camp Records CEO Daddy Biggs and the team behind Reggae Sumfest 2016 presented for the first time ever, Barrington Levy and Beenie Man together on stage in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Together they performed their mega hit single “Murderer” which sent the crowd in a frenzy during the historic performance. It became a diplomatic affair as Biggs arranged for Rapper Shyne to fly to Jamaica from Belize to join Levy a.k.a. “Mellow Canary” for a surprise performance of their hit records “Bad Boys” and “Bonnie and Shyne”. The crowd erupted as the Hip Hop and Reggae Artists joined forces. It was a night of sheer pandemonium to see the two “bad boys” walk on stage for a final showdown.
In another interesting move, Daddy Biggs has arranged a Latin American and a European tour for Levy in the final quarter of 2016 which commences in Chile in October. Barrington Levy is also promoting his latest single “G.S.O.A.T”, which means “Greatest Survivor of All Time”. The song is an excellently crafted masterpiece that is set to be released on August 6th to commemorate the great survivors of Jamaica and its Independence.
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Reggae Sumfest 2016 comes to a close tonight in Montego Bay with “Reggae Night“! Featuring performances from Tarrus Riley, Barrington Levy, Sanchez, Nature, Busy Signal, The “Don Dada” Super Cat, and many more! For those who could not attend, 13thStreetPromotions has got you covered! Watch the live stream below!
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Reggae Crooner Ibo Fire is busy promoting his new single, “I Can’t Pretend”. The single, produced by 12to12Muzik is already making rounds on major local Radio Stations. The song was first premiered a month ago by GT Taylor on Irie FM with a live in Studio Interview with the Artist. DJ Wayne from the Irie FM has also taken a liking to the song and has been giving it tremendous love. “I Can’t Pretend” has since taken over Suncity Radio Station and has been in constant rotation. JamRock Sound System and Fame FM Radio have also showed Ibo Fire immense love for the single. Ibo Fire stated, “It’s a positive song, no one in the world likes when a person is a pretender so conscious music like this will always get full attention. I am just going to continue to put out more good music and I thank everyone for the support so far.”
Ibo Fire’s Management Team recently asserted they are considering a video for the single. “Right now the people dem a cry for a video so we just have to comply. So pretty soon, look out for the video for “I Can’t Pretend”.” Ibo Fire recently performed the song at Integration Thursdays at U.W.I, and other community events where the song has become an anthem.
The Reggae Artist recently shot the video for “Holding On”, a song taken from the EP, “Gateway”. Scenes from Trench Town Culture Yard and Majesty Gardens were used as a backdrop to this masterpiece. He is also working on a 12 track Mixtape coming out soon and is gearing up for some shows this summer.
Dancehall/Reggae Artists Kranium and Jahmiel have been staying busy these past few months. With the UK getting a dose of their sounds recently, it’s only right they stopped by the infamous Tim Westwood’s Capital XTRA Show. While they fired off a quick Interview, the party started when the Artists kicked off a Freestyle Session over popular Dancehall Riddims. How did they sound? Tune in to them dropping lyrics below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Recording Artist Ras-I has gained a lot of buzz when he released this single, now he wants the whole Beehive with the visual for “Bad Boy Bully“! With Birhan T., Royal Ras Production and Majah Label Music Group assisting in putting this together, Ras-I speaks on the life of the “Bad Boy Bully” and his many encounters. Birhan’s editing and graphics really made this video pop as we see the “Bad Boy” trekking the streets with his “tool” in hand. Ras-I has been staying busy as of late with various performances and may be working on a full length project for your listening pleasure. For now, check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.