Upcoming Dancehall Recording Artist Shie promised us that new music will be coming this year, and she never lied. After taking a break and bouncing with “Superman” last month, she gets into her sensual side with the release of “Crazy“! Produced by Nuh Response Production on the “Mind Control Riddim“, Shie wants pleasure, a whole lot of it. Anything goes behind closed doors, and Shie wants you to fulfill her wild side. This song is for those who will be adding a bit more heat to their Summer, but if you can’t take it, get a cold shower! Be on the look out for more from Shie this year. Check out the track below.
He was mentioned in our “15 Artists To Watch Out For In Summer 2017” post, but today Khxos unleashes his long awaited debut Album, “Dopamine (Now On iTunes)“! Featuring 13 tracks with production from the likes of Class One Music, One Time Music, LMR Productions, and an appearance from Recording Artists Chevaughn and Chargii, “Dopamine” promises to take you on a higher level, intensify emotions, and have the urge to keep the music on repeat! The project is available on all online Digital Music platforms including Apple Music and Tidal, but for a limited time it’s available for streaming on Soundcloud. Get familiar below!
Recently, a certain Artist opened a can of worms with a rather “spicy” single. While folks are in a uproar about it, we’ve heard it all before. The Dancehall culture has had a stance on certain sexual practices for years, but with more people having an open mind, some Artists tend to stir the pot by adding taboo themes in their singles. Here are a few that sparked the conversation.
1. Sycamore Tree – Lady Saw (1996)
In a year when the “Joyride Riddim” was taking over airwaves, the Dancehall Artist born Marion Hall used her platform to chase away men who wanted oral “favors” on “Sycamore Tree”. At the time, a woman who was known to do such things were often chastised, even from the recipients. Things have changed in 20 years…Do you remember?
2. Tanya Stephens – Freaky Type (1998)
Before your favourite Artist did it, Tanya was not afraid to put a spotlight on it. If you “burned” it out in public, but did it in the dark, you may not have liked this song. To Tanya it was always the ones most vocal against it were the “professionals”. Over a Baddis Production, she sure liked the “Freaky Type”.
Recording Artist Dwayne Rose recently released “Bring Yuh Body” and is busy finalizing the Music Video. The JayCrazie Records & Taffari Coke (Alpha Phi DaFraturnity Muzik Group) produced single has been making its rounds and getting a steady buzz thanks to its lyrics. Delivering something for the lovers, the production blends well with the song’s catchy hook which promotes extended Radio play, and sexually charged lyrics that will be a guilty pleasure for those who hear the explicit version.
To hold listeners over, he also released a preview video. Directed by Strugu Films with assistance from Papii Dino, and Creative Direction by Lady E, the video features Miami based Model Amelia Banks who oozes sex appeal in this 1 minute visual. Dwayne Rose’s single promises to be a hit in 2017, and the video will turn up the temperature! Check out the video and single below.
DJ Scribz shows no slacking off since being back from his hiatus. With his “Street Vibe” Mixtape making its rounds, he ups the ante with the “Morning Ride” Dancehall Mixtape! Hosted by Supa Hype, this features over an hour of some of the best Dancehall music to pull your woman (or man) close and make beds rock, shower rods getting some needed use, car seats reclined…you know the rest! Never one to disappoint, DJ Scribz caters to every type of music fan and scores every time he releases a Mixtape. If you love the work, support him by making a donation to his Paypal (link below). Check out the mix below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Straight – https://t.co/qZdPK7EKgk
Split Track – https://t.co/1opbreFwPX
UK based Artiste Lil Dainty has been enjoying heavy rotation with the release of her highly provocative single, “Sex Talk”. The vivacious Dancehall star, who is largely known for her high-energy performances and her suggestive lyrics is very happy with the overall feedback that she has been getting so far. “Sex Talk” marks the first official single for the artiste and is produced by Glendevon Records. The song was released early May 2015 on all digital platforms including iTunes and Amazon. The single is doing extremely well in the UK, Europe, and US markets and is now taking over the Caribbean.
“I am so proud of this song, it has been one of my biggest accomplishments to date. It is doing great and I plan on keeping the promotions going well into 2016, keep your eyes out for the video premiering soon.” said a vibrant Dainty. Lil Dainty is a Jamaican born Singjay, noted dancer, and presenter representing Logwood in Hanover but has lived in London for the past 17 years. Her status as a Dancer has grown exponentially as one of the most outstanding professional Dancers earning plays on MTV based Channel 4 and Kiss TV. As an Artiste her aim is to grow and evolve into the best Entertainer that the world has ever seen. “I try to learn new styles everyday to create different sounds, thanks to all the team members who are working with me such as Smoodface, RB Music and Kutti.”
Lil Dainty is looking to shoot her video for the follow up single “Tek Set” which will be released in early 2016, followed by her EDM track “Superfreak”. The expectations for Lil Dainty are limitless and she will be one of UK leading female Entertainers.