Jamaica, Dancehall, Reggae, Music, Blog, 13thStreetPromo, 13thStreetPromotions, Stevie Wonder, Superstition, Blvk H3ro, The Immortal Steppa, Caribbean,

.@BlvkH3ro Gives Us The Visual For His Cover Of The Classic, “Superstition”!


Rise up, and listen to some good music! You’ll love today’s entry as it comes from Recording Artist Blvk H3ro! A few months ago he released his debut album, “The Immortal Steppa” which has been receiving praise and numerous spins worldwide. Today he keeps the momentum going with the visual for one of our favourites off the album, “Superstition“! Directed by Alexandre Hostein (who also produced the track and designed the single’s artwork) and shot in St. Andrew, Jamaica, viewers are treated to a retro styled visual filled with old school fashion (styled by Osunya Rose), video clips, herb, and a vibe that’s unmatched! If you’re not rocking while watching this, go see a Doctor. Blvk H3ro continues to show off his unique style, and that’s why he can be found in campaigns rocking gear from Levi’s and Carhartt.

Be on the look out for Blvk H3ro this summer as he’ll be making appearances at various events performing tracks from his album, and of course some of your faves. If Stevie Wonder could see this video now, but we know he’d be rocking to this Reggae remix! When you believe in things that you don’t understand, then you suffer, Superstition ain’t the way! Check out the video below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.

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Jamaica, Dancehall, Reggae, Pop Music, Music, Roots Reggae, Lover's Rock, Music, Blog, 13thStreetPromotions, 13thStreetPromo, Gregory Isaacs, Playlist, Spotify Playlist, Spotify, Caribbean, Singer,

We Salute The Late Gregory Isaacs On His Birthday With A New Playlist!


Today we celebrate the legendary Gregory Isaacs on his 68th birthday. While he left this world nearly 9 years ago, his music continues to entertain and inspire many all around the world. Today we pay tribute to his life and greatness with our latest Playlist, “The Coolest Ruler“! With over 30 of his hits, this is just a small portion of Gregory Isaacs’ greatness. Feel free to buss a blank, grab your partner and dance away, and enjoy the tunes! Continue resting Mr. Isaacs.

If you want to check out our previous Playlists, you can find them here. Check out the Playlist below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.

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Jamaica, Reggae, Pop Music, Island Pop, Music, Dancehall, Blog, Music, 13thStreetPromotions, Shav-A, ShavAMusic, Island Girl, Island, Caribbean, Caribbean Girl, Singer, Entertainment,

Shav-A Plays The Minister Of Tourism Role On “Island Girl”!


The world is filled with beautiful women, but there’s nothing like an Island Girl! Recording Artist Shav-A takes on the Minister of Tourism’s role with her latest single, “Island Girl”!

The single was produced by G Shav Music and E7E Music, and on the track Shav-A lets the world know that the Caribbean is where its at when it comes to beautiful women. While many have visited the Caribbean in search of love, there’s no turning back once an island girl is in the picture. With an infectious production that blends Dancehall and Afrobeats, this is the song to play at a high volume at all the Beach parties this summer. A video has been made for the single which was directed by Veinless Visuals, and features Sly Dunbar, Handel Tucker, and Speckle. It will be released in August on local TV programs, and on her official Youtube Channel.

When asked about the creation of “Island Girl”, Shav-A shared, “I wanted to do a song that highlighted Caribbean women and our beauty. We are the center of attention, we’re showstoppers, and people go crazy for us. As they say, “Caribbean girls run it, ask Riri and Nicki”. Making this song was fun as the guys just knew the right sound to go with my lyrics. I look forward to everyone loving this song just as much as we enjoyed creating it.

Shav-A has been staying busy this year as she has been hitting the road showcasing her talents, and releasing singles including “Father”, which was been receiving favourable airplay. Along with “Island Girl”, Shav-A plans to release more singles, and perform at some of your favorite venues in the coming months. “Island Girl” will be available on all major musical platforms to include Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer, and Tidal.

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.@LilaIkeJA Takes It Back To Her Hometown Of Christiana In “Where I’m Coming From”!


Looking back at the past can’t always be a bad thing as it aids in your growth, and shows how much your life has improved along the way. Lila Ike has come a long way however, and today she lets us in on her journey on “Where I’m Coming From“! With a visual directed by Nickii Kane and Lila, Lila went back to her hometown of Christiana, Manchester (Manchester’s the home of this Blog 😄) to reconnect and built a vibe with friends, family, the In.Digg.Nation team, and Chi Ching Ching! The visual also shows a younger Lila Ike during her Manchester High School (Sic Luceat Lux) days where was seen assisting the School Choir, performing at her graduation, and interacting with friends. With Lila, you know the fashion will come out as she rocked various hairstyles and outfits throughout.

With solid singles out, Lila Ike is continuing her path in being one of the upcoming greats in recent years. Regardless of where she is in life, she’ll always give thanks to The Most High for the blessings and the strength throughout. Be on the lookout for Lila Ike as she’ll be performing in a town near you soon on her headlining European Tour! Lila Ike EP on the way too.

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Jamaica, Soul Music, Rocksteady, R&B, Music, Blog, 13thStreetPromotions, 13thStreetPromo, The Techniques, Pat Kelly, Curtis Mayfield, The Impressions, Duke Reid, Treasure Isle Production, Queen Majesty, Minstrel and Queen, Oldies, Oldies Sunday, Old School, 1966, 1967, Yanah, Kone, KoneLives, Think Again, Sample, Caribbean,

OLDIES SUNDAY: Pat Kelly – Queen Majesty (1966)


Earlier today, we premiered Recording Artist Yanah’s new single, “Think Again, now we’re gonna feature its sample. On today’s Oldies Sunday, we look back at Pat Kelly’s classic, “Queen Majesty“! Produced by Duke Reid, the song was recorded by Pat Kelly while he was a member of the Rocksteady group, The Techniques (hence why many releases used The Techniques’ name). It was released through Reid’s Treasure Isle Production in 1967, but was featured on The Techniques’ 1966 album, “Little Did You Know“. The song was a cover of the Curtis Mayfield and The Impressions’ single, “Minstrel and Queen (Queen Majesty)” which was released in 1963.

The story was Pat Kelly and his friends were huge fans of the original track, so much so that they’d stay up at night to hear it at various times on Miami Radio station WINZ. This was so because the signal from Miami to Jamaica was very weak, so they struggled at times. Pat showed interest in covering it, but had no means to get the Record. After hearing it multiple times, he finally caught all the lyrics to the track and made a Reggae version. The single was released various times since 1967, and was remixed by King Jammy’s in the mid 1980s.

Though Pat Kelly parted ways with The Techniques years ago, he is still an active Recording Artist having released numerous singles, and even handled recording sessions as an Audio Engineer for the likes of the late Gregory Isaacs and Johnny Clarke.

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Don’t Have @Yanah_I Waiting In Limbo, So “Think Again” And Come Correct!


The summer is usually a time for some to kick off “Cuffing Season“, while others are free to do whatever, but some are still going through it as they’ve lost a lover. Yanah comes through with a song that may trigger some feelings in those in the latter. Teaming up with Kone, she drops “Think Again“! While it’s never easy when breakups happen, Yanah paints the picture of a couple where the young lady compares her love, emotions, and energy to data, and transferring them into her former partner’s life’s hard drive would be a part of their bond. She feels there’s still some connection as some hard drives are never fully erased. Her system is still being affected by traces of their bond, and she believes he’s affected too, despite them going their separate ways. A song that many can relate to, Yanah is just a vessel for many who are going through it. The song samples the classic “Queen Majesty” from Jamaican Recording Artist Pat Kelly while he was a member of The Techniques.

While Yanah has been handling life outside the Studio, she looks to make a few appearances in the coming weeks to treat your ears to some great music. She’s currently booked to appear at the upcoming Fi Di Culture Live event, and she has plans to release more music for the rest of the year.

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