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.@Kyoka_Donn Prays For Better Days On “Hurt People”

Life is filled with ups and downs, and our experiences shape how we conduct ourselves and journey through life. Some may have had beautiful moments for most of their lives, while others have experienced pain and hardships. Upcoming Artist Kyoka has experienced a lot in her lifetime, and she speaks on some of them in her debut single, “Hurt People“.

Featuring production by Zimi Ent., Kyoka gives us lyrics we can all relate to. We get hurt, especially by people we love and care about, but that hurt may linger and cause us to hurt others, and it moves on to others and creates cycles. In Kyoka’s eyes, people are fake, and are only here to use and abuse so she is very cautious of who shares her energy with. Many of us are broken one way or another, but is there a fix? May we pray for better days. Kyoka takes our thoughts and channels them well in her song, and accompanying it is a well shot music video directed by Ruption of RD Studios. Kyoka comes out strong for her debut, and we believe she’ll be around for a long time.

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.@TommyLeeSparta & @BakerSteez Blaze Trails In New “Propane” Visual!

Stay away from all fire prone objects, this one is too hot! When Dancehall meets Trap, “Sparta Boss” Tommy Lee Sparta teamed up with the “TopmanBaker Steez for the UIM Records produced “Propane“. Today, they finally released the visual for the song. Directed by RuptionDiBoss of RD Studios with assistance from ShotByDeth, we get a gritty visual filled with lots of fire, gasoline, hostages, ladies, and a whole heap of “badness“! Keep the extinguisher near just in case, and get rid of the flammable clothes. Watch the “Propane” video below.

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NEW VIDEO: @RealiOctane – Nuh Trust None x Mad Dem x Nuh Care Who Vex Medley


We have a world premiere! Today’s new music video comes from Reggae artist I Octane, and it’s a medley. The medley is based off Octane’s 3 big hits, “Nuh Trust None“, “Mad Dem” and “Nuh Care Who Vex“. In the video we see Octane deejaying his songs in different decorated rooms. Two ladies are featured in the video as well but one seems to show herself as a demon as her face changed into a skull in a scene. Directed by RDStudios, check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @KonshensSojah – I’m Coming


After hitting the dances, filling up playlists and having ladies moving to it, Konshens finally released the video for his “I’m Coming” hit. Directed by RD Studios, it showcases a lady getting ready for some loving by Konshens while the artist himself makes him way to her. Pretty cool, the song is already a big hit and I believe the video will too. Lovely lady. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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Artiste Spotlight: Zagga (@ZaggaMusic)

“The fight is only over when you win, losing is not an option!”, these were the words quoted by rising Dancehall star Zagga. Born Austill Henry on June 17, 1990, this St. Ann based deejay has his sights set on achieving greatness and with his determination, accomplish all his goals.

Zagga has been doing music from the tender age of 10 while attending Ocho Rios Primary School. He was known for making music by knocking on desk tops that would bring out his personal style in Dancehall/Reggae and showcasing his marvelous talent to the encouragement of his peers. Upon his advancement to Ocho Rios High School he performed in most of the school’s events. ”I can even recall modeling for the Black History Month celebration, I was “Mr. Ethiopia” and got 1st runner up and after modeling I ripped the stage up with a smashing performance” Zagga says.

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