Dancehall Artist Khxos drops new single, "Runaway" on 13thStreetPromotions.com

.@TheKhxos Taps Into Some Afrobeats Vibes On “Runaway”


With plenty years in music, it’s safe to say Khxos is a veteran. With a catalogue that includes music for the ladies, music with a message, and the occasional exhibition of lyricism, Khxos has steadily gained a following over the years (He was featured as an Artist to watch in 2017). Since being signed to Delicious Vinyl Island, he has been releasing various tracks, and now he gears up for his sophomore album, “Complicated“. He gets things rolling with the new single, “Runaway“.

Produced by Kheilstone, the Afrobeats inspired “Runaway” finds Khxos needing an escape from a bad situation. While many go through their share of problematic relationships, friendships, and things of that nature, Khxos wants to leave it all behind, and start something new. Khxos looks to keep the momentum going up until the release of his album through Delicious Vinyl Island possibly before the end of 2021.

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Tappa Zukie's M.P.L.A. album that features the single, "Freedom" on 13thStreetPromotions.com

OLDIES SUNDAY: Tappa Zukie – Freedom (1976)


Break the chains and kick down the gates, it’s Emancipation Sunday on Oldies Sunday! Parts of the Caribbean recognize August 1 (and August 2 on weekdays if the 1st is on a weekend) as Emancipation Day. It’s a day that commemorates the abolition of slavery, but we’re still fighting against many other forms of depression around the world. Today’s Oldies Sunday selection comes from the great Tappa Zukie with his track, “Freedom“.

Produced by Tappa Zukie and released through the KLIK Label in 1976. “Freedom” finds Tappa Zukie calling for the liberation of black people who have been held captive for centuries. He flexes a mix of singing and toasting inna dub style on the track, and he can be heard saying “freedom a wha di natty dread want…” throughout. The song came around the time when black consciousness was at an all time high, and it makes its mark an important song of the times, with messages that are still relevant today. “Freedom” was included on Zukie’s 1976 album, “MPLA“. As we recognize an important day, may we still fight to break the new chains of oppression.

Thank You Tappa Zukie!

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Reggae Revolution’s “Lay Me Down” Featured In Latest @RaisingKanan Episode!


Reggae Music is just something that creeps into every part of your life, and it’s such a good thing. While we enjoy Reggae through our headphones and speakers, others are caught off guard through some of their favourite TV shows. One such show is a spinoff of the popular “Power” series called “Power Book III: Raising Kanan“. The series gives a backstory on one of the Antagonists from the original “Power” series, Kanan (played by Rapper/Exec. Producer 50 Cent), and in it’s latest episode, we hear a lil Reggae courtesy of US Reggae Band, Reggae Revolution’sLay Me Down“.

Released through Fervor Records in 2006, “Lay Me Down” is a Reggae love song from Reggae Revolution. The single was featured on the band’s “Reggae Revolution!” album. Reggae Revolution is a band that was formed in the 2005 by Multi-Instrumentalist/Songwriter/Producer Robert Cote in Phoenix, Arizona, and features Mike Bailey, Eric Eugene, and Katherine Rickling as members. The band was formed as a side project by Cote for Fervor Records, and after the band’s only album release, they disbanded. The “Lay Me Down” track can be heard in episode 2 of “Raising Kanan” during a scene featuring Actor Omar Epps.

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Reggae Artist Elijah Rocq Releases "Tell Me What You Want" Video

.@ElijahRocq Gives His “Tell Me What You Want” Single A Visual!


Over the weekend, we highlighted Brooklyn based Reggae Artist Elijah Rocq’s latest single, “Tell Me What You Want“. A song that we believe will become a favourite for many in the coming weeks, Elijah Rocq speaks love to the ladies who are in need of it. Following up the single, is the music video, and we have it here today!

Directed by RedEye Media Production, Elijah Rocq shows that he isn’t full of hot air, and he will do what is necessary to take care of his woman. When he’s not taking care of his lady through picnics and romantic dinners, he can be found at the top of a building putting his all into the song. Now that we’ve heard “Tell Me What You Want” some more, maybe it should find itself in a soundtrack for a Romantic Comedy. Get familiar with Elijah Rocq!

Follow Elijah Rocq on Twitter at @ElijahRocq, on Instagram at @ElijahRocqMusic, and on Facebook at @Elijah_Rocq.

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Brooklyn/Jamaica based Recording Artist Elijah Rocq's new single, "Tell Me What You Want"

.@ElijahRocq Fulfills Her Requests On “Tell Me What You Want”


Brooklyn based Reggae Artist Elijah Rocq has been presenting his talent to the world for close to 2 decades. Inspired by the Reggae greats like Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Steel Pulse, and Soul/R&B legends like The Chi-lites and Donny Hathaway, Elijah is aware of his mission to make quality music, and uses every opportunity to do better than his last effort. His subject matter is diverse, and his lyricism is carefully crafted. The end result is him connecting with many listeners around the world. On his latest single, “Tell Me What You Want”, he connects with the ladies.

Produced by Elijah Rocq Ent. and Genaroots Productions, Elijah Rocq reaches out to the ladies who are in need of genuine love, and the desire to be treated right on “Tell Me What You Want”. Forgive Elijah for coming on strong, but if he believes he can treat you better than the last fellow, he will make every effort to fulfill your every need. Backed by a solid production and backup singers, you will immediately feel the energy Elijah exudes on “Tell Me What You Want”. Armed with years of experience, Elijah Rocq has found himself a banger with his new single. Don’t think he’s presumptuous, he’s all about love. Let this track be your favourite!

Born Elijah Dixon in Brooklyn, New York and raised in St. Ann, Jamaica, Elijah Rocq knew from a young age that he wanted to sing. Fascinated by the music played in his house growing up and his mother’s love for music, he would soon find himself developing his talents with the addition of playing instruments as a part of the family band with his siblings. Life as a singer found him working in Hotels, at Weddings, and anywhere that had a space, and the years followed found him joining various singing groups like Access, Two Souls, the Black Male Band, and Live Wyya. Now a solo artist, he has released many tracks over the years including “We Must Go On”, “Guess You Didn’t Know”, and “All Season Love”.

Follow Elijah Rocq on Twitter at @ElijahRocq, on Instagram at @ElijahRocqMusic, and on Facebook at @Elijah_Rocq.

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Dancehall/Reggae Artist Bugle's new single "My Life" on 13thStreetPromotions.com #13thStreetPromotions Follow @13thStreetPromo

Bugle Uplifts & Inspires On “My Life”


Iconic Reggae/Dancehall Artist Bugle has been one of the go to figures when it comes to positivity, consciousness, and motivation through his music. With well over a decade in, he has released solid projects, and singles that have caused a drastic shift in music. With his name highly favoured in various circles, Bugle is still trodding the path to give the world nothing but good music. It becomes further evident with his recently released single, “My Life”.

Released on July 2 through the Sweet Music Label on the “Bitcoin Riddim”, Bugle’s “My Life” has quickly gained a strong following since. With lyrics that reflect on his struggles and upbringing, Bugle is aware of how far he has come, and while he doesn’t aspire for riches, he wants the listener to go for what is theirs, and strive for a life that’s better than their struggles. Bugle effortlessly delivers on the track, and still possesses a commanding presence anytime he speaks. Since the release of “My Life”, it has quickly gained thousands of streams across all popular digital music streaming platforms. Bugle has received praise from his musical peers on his powerful lyricism, including ZJ Liquid who has given it a stamp of approval as it became a regular fixture in his DJ sets. On Social Media, it has become a trending track gaining hundreds of comments, and over 100,000 views across various platforms. “My Life” is the first single off of Bugle’s upcoming album, which is set to be released in the coming months, and features more collaborations with Sweet Music.

Following up the single’s release, is a music video directed by rising Director 300K that finds Bugle returning to his birthplace of Portland to reconnect with his family, and some of the figures he grew up with. Since the video’s release on July 5, it has gained nearly 90,000 views, with hundreds of comments in support of Bugle and the visual. Bugle aims to keep the momentum going with more music in 2021, and he urges fans to be on the look out.

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