Hello all! Today we present to you season 4 of Jamaican Producer Kris Karz’s “Kngly Live” Acoustic Sessions! Based in Florida, “Kngly Live” has given the platform to some very talented Caribbean based and influenced talent. To start off the 1st session is SoFlo Songbird, Savannah Cristina with her track, “Afro“. Bringing some sensual vibes, Savannah blesses us with great vocals, and something for the couples out there. All about that natural love, it’s good for the soul. The single comes from Cristina’s well received “Mango Season EP“. Good to see “Kngly Live” back, be sure to check out KnglyStudios.com for more sessions, and how to work with Kris Karz. Shot by Kheemo, check out the video below, and show us some love on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
Do you remember the days when we only had each other? The opening Trumpets on Jimmy October’s latest single, “Remember The Days” will let you know that a hit is here! Accompanying the Trini Fire starter’s single is a music video directed by Nevaun Fabien which shows the Artist reflecting on moments with a young lady and how times were fun. Jimmy looks to flood the streets with new music as he is now a member of Protoje’s In.Digg.Nation Collective, a new signee to Delicious Vinyl Island, and it’s been a while since the release of his “Vacation EP“. When you press play, just be prepared to dance, and wuk up a sweat! Thank Tano and Kasey Phillips for the production. That Talk Box at the end? Many flame emojis. Check out the video below, and show us some love on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
While we gave you a playlist earlier, the Independence Day celebrations are still going strong. While they premiered the single last friday, Raine Seville and her Daughter Layla-Rei kick it up a notch today with the video for “Big Up Jamaica“! Directed by Broggy Films, the Mother/Daughter duo remind us all the things that make Jamaica so unique to us, and the world. Straight from the 876, big up the Black, Green, & Gold every time! Celebrate “Jamaica 56” with them today but watching the video below, and show us some love today on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
August 6, 2018 marks 56 years since Jamaica became an independent Nation. Today, Jamaica’s rich culture is heralded the world over, and there’s no shortage of what we have to offer. To celebrate “Jamaica 56“, we linked up with Spotify to provide you a quick Playlist titled, “Jamaica Jamaica!“. Highlighting some of our favourite tributes to Jamaica from Dancehall to Reggae, got to respect the Black, Green & Gold! While everything isn’t the best at times, we’re proud of the Island we call home. Enjoy the day, and be safe out there. Check out the Playlist below, and show us some love on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
Rhiya Luna continues to be consistent with her music. While she has given us a few singles in the past few months, today she shows her face in her debut music video! Teaming up with collaborator and Producer Kruze, they make quite a pair in their duet, “Dreams“. Shot in Boston and directed by HBZ Media, the duo can be found getting playful in scenes, while Rhiya shows a sensual side of her in others. The single has been picking up steam recently, and DJs have been showing it a lot of love. If you love the single, be sure to get your copy on iTunes! Check out the video, and show us some love on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.
Jamaica, land of beauty! There is something really special about the Island known as “The Land of Wood & Water“, and no matter what’s going on, many are proud to call it home. Today, Recording Artist Raine Seville joins her 7 year old Daughter Layla-Rei in a patriotic new single, “Big Up Jamaica“. Produced by Seville Records and Tekktroniic Muziq and sampling the infamous “Stalag Riddim” (originally by Winston Riley), Layla-Rei lets us in on what makes Jamaica so unique while Mama Raine provides backup. From our unique culture, sights, music, to names who have represented us on the world stage, you won’t regret knowing and experiencing JamRock! Word is a music video for this is dropping on Independence Day (August 6), but you can stream the single in the meantime on Apple Music, Spotify, and Tidal. Can you name other Jamaican Mother/Daughter duos? We love this! Check out the track, and show us some love on Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.