Recording Artist/Producer Jus D. wants you to get ready for Crop Over 2016 with his new single, “Give It To Me“. Produced by DRWTHVN and Dev Kutta, they deliver an energetic single that will result in booty shaking, gyrating hips, trucks being used as props, neighbours raving with you (or arguing), and an overall good time. The Future Soca movement, which combines Soca, Dancehall, EDM, and Afrobeats, is ready to flood the streets, the airwaves and your playlists, get ready for it. Get familiar with the Bajan fire starter by checking out the track below, and share your thoughts in the comments section.
With chart topping hits in Reggae and Dancehall, I-Octane felt it was only right to try out other genres. In his latest project, Octane hails the Island of Barbados with “The Crop Over EP“. Featuring Soca tinged singles, I-Octane wants everyone to move, get on bad, and know that he can fit his vocals over any production. Featuring a collaboration with T. Smallz and production from the likes of DJ Puffy, Peter Coppin, and Gorg, this should be a part of your daily listening to get you ready for “Crop Over“. Check out the EP below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
This goes out to all those who just wanna have fun. Today’s new lyric video comes from Dancehall artist Teff. Titled “Too Sober“, was directed by The Parris Agency who brought lots of neon colours to compliment the track. On the single, produced by TuchPoint Music on the “Clarendon Riddim“, Teff speaks on showing interest in the ladies, but is not looking for love. Teff also states that he’s too drunk to care, and too sober to fall in love with anyone. A great effort here as this is the single that requires you to grab a girl out of the crowd and let her grind on you. Enjoy the moments responsibly and listen out for more singles off the Clarendon Riddim. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Dropping a Lyric video is Reggae artist I-Octane! Titled “Call Me Over” and made by the likes of Killa Vision Productions, The Parris Agency, Ross Lavine, Rkade Media and Kevin Allen, we follow a young lady as she prepares to have her lover over for some “Chill time“. From phone conversations to the meeting, I-Octane’s lyrics flow throughout the video thanks to some great animation. One of Octane’s singles that’s made for the lovers, check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
The Parris Agency along with KillaVision Productions present, “Tropical Blendz – The Movement“. In part 1 of this series, one of the most influential brands in Reggae/Dancehall music and culture in America is highlighted. With DJs Madout, Apache, Tek, and Legend making up the Tropical Blendz clique, they recap some of their earlier shows which showcased performances by Kranium, Lady Saw, Mavado, I Octane, Zhavea, Serani and many more. Great to get a glimpse of the movements in the US and see their successes in bringing good music and people together. Looking forward to more in the series. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
After burning up the airwaves with this single, I Octane is currently working on a video for “Love You Like I Do“. Here we see a few scenes being worked on with the help of Scorpio 21. Looked like it was a fun shoot and we get an idea of what the video will be like. Look out for it soon but for now check out the behind the scenes below and share your thoughts in the comments section.