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.@LenoBanton, @BlvkH3ro Release New Music Videos!


Recording Artists Leno Banton and Blvk H3ro continue to make big moves in their respective careers, and show that not even Covid 19 can stop their progressions. While 2020 found them experimenting with new sounds and collaborations, they can safely say that taking the chances has paid off for them, and fueled their ambitions going into the new year. Kicking off February being “Black History Month“, Leno Banton released his highly anticipated visual for “Brown Sugar“, while Blvk H3ro released the visual for “Go Fi Mine (Chop E Line)“.

First up to bat is Leno Banton’sBrown Sugar” which was shot by MVRK. In the video, Leno finds himself becoming the “Loverman“, while highlighting the feminine beauty with the help of the lovely trio of ChrissyStage, Danakdi, and Stephanie Lawrence. A colourful visual with awesome set design by Celine Alana and Osunya Rose handling the styling, expect this video to become a 2021 favourite.

Blvk H3ro continues to show that you have to put in the work for what you want in the visual for the Dunrich Muzik produced, “Go Fi Mine (Chop E Line)“. Shot by Dream Life Image Photography and shot in St. Thomas, Blvk H3ro shows here that it doesn’t matter what job you’re doing, just as long as you’re taking care of what’s important to you. From Taxi Man, to Vendor, to Construction Worker, to Garbage Collector, to Gas Pump Attendant, Blvk H3ro takes on many roles here, and keeps the message solid that you should go for what you want.

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NEW MUSIC: @WeAreRockCity x @KingBeenieMan x @AzealiaBanks – I’m That (Remix)


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Who am I? I’m that…you know the rest. Dropping the remix to their “I’m That…” single is US Virgin Islands duo Rock City. Featuring contributions from Beenie Man and NY Rapper Azealia Banks, a Caribbean connection is made and lines from “Sim Simma” are borrowed. Rock City have been in the music business for a pretty long time and have worked with the likes of Akon, Rihanna, Jennifer Hudson and much more. You can catch them in the studio recording, producing, and writing for some of your favourite acts. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @OnstageTV Interviews @JahBouks


JBOn tonight’s episode of Onstage, rising star Jah Bouks had a chat with Winford Williams. Here he spoke about his career so far, his name, his hit “Call Angola“, his recent performance at Rebel Salute, his upbringing and start in music, his mom being his manager, future projects and more. He also performed his new single “Going Home“. Great interview here. Interesting to hear why people thought he was mad. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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OLDIES SUNDAY: @ThirdWorldBand – 1865 (96 Degrees In The Shade) (1977)


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After a long hiatus, Oldies Sunday is back!

Today’s Oldies Sunday entry comes from the Reggae Band, Third World. Titled “1865 (96 Degrees In The Shade)“, this was a single of their 2nd album of the same name which was released in 1977 on Island Records. In the song they sing about the Morant Bay Riots of 1865 which resulted in the death of 400 blacks during the riot and 350 more through hangings which included National Heroes Paul Bogle and George William Gordon. The line “96 Degrees In The Shade” suggests the temperature on that day, real hot!

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