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@TwinOfTwins Return With Vol. 11 In Their “Stir It Up” Series!


If you do not know TWIN OF TWINS you must live under a rock and even so I think the rock would surely attest to the significance of these brothers to the Jamaican culture through their popular hit series STIR IT UP that holds the attention of Jamaicans since its inception in the mid 90s. The Twin of Twins are set to release their eleventh installment of their highly anticipated STIR IT UP (Volume 11) and the fans are in a frenzy. We caught up with Patrick (Curly Lox the Voice Box) Gaynor earlier this week. When quizzed about why they took nearly four years to release another volume after the tremendous success of Volume 10 and all the volumes before? Gaynor explained that they’ve been going through a lot considering and reconsidering where the work is concerned. He went on to say that sometimes he feels that the work is not worth his time, effort, finance and resources that he personally put into these projects.

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NEW MUSIC: Twin Of Twins – Bun Again (Padlock)


With Gully Bop and Shauna Chin making headlines recently for their whirlwind romance gone stormy, the Twin of Twins spoke on the issue with “Bun Again“. Featured on the UIM Records produced “Red Hot Chilli Riddim“, the twins borrowed a bit from Tiger to speak on Gully Bop’s woes, Shauna Chin, and even looked back at Mr. Vegas and Foota Hype’s own relationship troubles. They asked listeners not to laugh, but I’m sure you can’t help but to do so. The Padlock business might be booming. Big up Krish Genius. Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @OnstageTV Interviews Patrick “Curly Lox” Gaynor


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After hitting the music scene with music and comedy with a message for years, Patrick “Curly Lox” Gaynor of Twin of Twins stopped by Onstage to speak on a few things. Here Curly Lox spoke on his new book, “The Road To Zion“, his late son Zion, the success of the “Ching Pow” movie, the return of “Stir It Up” series and upcoming projects. Great Interview, I’m really looking forward to the new “Stir It Up” project, and I’m still wanting to see the “Ching Pow” film as Manchester missed out on it. Support “The Road To Zion“. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: Watch @OnstageTV Live!


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Tonight, the popular CVM TV series Onstage goes live via live streaming. Check out the stream below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @OnstageTV Interviews @TwinofTwinsTV


TTWith Vybz Kartel seeing life in prison, many members of the music fraternity expressed their thoughts on the situation. Twin of Twins however expressed that Kartel was used as a scapegoat and they went on Onstage to further expound on that and more. Here they spoke about violence in Jamaica, the justice system, encouraging the media to promote positive things and stop bashing Dancehall music, and their new project which includes an extension of their “Stir It Up” series. Not a bad interview here, the twins have always spoken out against many things that happen in society whether in interviews or through their mixtape, and encouraging upliftment of the people. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @TwinOfTwinsTV x @JamaicaGleaner – On The Record


TTBringing their views to the Jamaica Gleaner youtube series are Patrick and Paul Gaynor otherwise known as Twin of Twins. Here they speak on the recent Anti-Gang laws that were proposed and how society and Dancehall music differ when it comes to political divide, crime and violence. The “Blame Game” has been played many times and the twins urge that should be anymore pointing of fingers, making Dancehall music the scapegoat and more unity and betterment of music and society. They also speak on how Dancehall practices the “Supply and Demand” rule when it comes to making music and also the “Jamaica has no gun factory” argument. A good watch here as these deejays display how intelligent they are and are more than just hitmakers. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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