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Fall Rain Fall: 10 Songs For Your Rainy Day!


Yep, it’s a rainy time in Jamaica…a VERY rainy time. While many are dodging raindrops to get to their destinations, there are others who have taken to the beds, called in sick, and kicked off the “Day Off”. While we understand both sides of this coin, we’re here to provide a lil soundtrack for these heavy showers. We sympathize with those who are having it hard at this time, and we hope some well needed relief comes your way! Check out the songs! Stay dry!

1. Rain Music – Chronixx

2. It’s Raining – Maria Providence

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We Big Up Reggae’s Continued Progress On “13th Street Rants” Ep.: 2.5


When the music hits you, you feel no pain, right? Reggae Music continues to win more hearts over the past few decades. With its many sub genres, fans are treated to all sorts of talent and we hear many songs that can stand the test of time. With Jamaican acts like Protoje, Morgan Heritage, Tarrus Riley, and many more touring the world and sharing our art, we can’t help but demand its sibling Dancehall to step up its game. Again, we love Dancehall, but we need to see it doing just as well as the big sibling. Tune in to our rant below, and share your thoughts!

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Watch @ReggaeSumfest Reggae Night Live!


Reggae Sumfest 2016 comes to a close tonight in Montego Bay with “Reggae Night“! Featuring performances from Tarrus Riley, Barrington Levy, Sanchez, Nature, Busy Signal, The “Don DadaSuper Cat, and many more! For those who could not attend, 13thStreetPromotions has got you covered! Watch the live stream below!

WATCH LIVE HERE

Reggae Sumfest, 13thStreetPromotions, Reggae Night, Montego Bay

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NEW MUSIC: @MachelMontano x @TarrusRileyJA – Memory


They say the present is a gift, so we must create lasting memories out of it. Reminding us of this is a best of both worlds collab between Machel Montano and Tarrus Riley! Titled “Memory” and produced by Anson Soverall with writing from Emmanuel Rudder, Dale Ryan and Kit Israel, the artists speak on cherishing the moments with your loved ones and though the advancements of technology enables us to quickly document them, are they more significant than the old fashioned way? A single that promises to be a mainstay for years to come, I really would look forward to an collaborative project between these two artists, and a Major Lazer remix. Make it last forever! Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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Mixtape Movements: @KingEarthquake Presents: Raggamuffin Love 2


This goes out to all the lovers out there courtesy of Earthquake Int’l Sound. Dropping part 2 in their “Raggamuffin Love” series, we hear great Lovers’ Rock selections that will surely have couples slow dancing the weekend away. If there’s a “bun in the oven” a few weeks later, blame the music (lol). Featuring Morgan Heritage, NoMaddz, Mr. Vegas, L.U.S.T. and more, check out the mix below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @OnstageTV Interviews @TarrusRileyJA x @DextaDapsMusic


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Taking a break from touring and creating hits are Tarrus Riley and Dexta Daps. Here they gave updates on their careers, working with Alaine on her new album and giving her props, Dexta’s recent run in with the Law, Tarrus’ success on the “Happy Hour Riddim“, upcoming events and more. They also joined Alaine to perform a couple songs off her “Ten Of Hearts” album. Check out the interview below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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