This goes out to all the Women as Recording Artist Zally has a message for you! Showing his appreciation, he releases his new single, “Mother Of The Earth“! Produced by Grab Dem Records, Zally calls out those who abuse Women, highlights the wonderful and important things a Woman can do, and places them on the highest pedestal. With Women going through so much in life and in the World, Zally makes his contribution and spreading the good message of treating them right. Armed with a rugged delivery and thought provoking lyrics, Florida based Zally seeks to release his latest project, “Call On Jah” on February 1st on all major online Digital Retailers. Go hug your Mother, Aunt, Grandmother, Girlfriend, every Woman you can hug today! Check out Zally’s track below.
There are times when Recording Artist Lincoln 3Dot tells tales of his adventures with beautiful women via his Snapchat, or flexing his lyricism via Youtube or at an event near you. Today, he sheds light on troubled women in “Broken Home“. Directed by Spugy Ink Films, 3Dot states over the Dre Day produced track that even though he loves the “Bad girl” types, many of them have a story to tell that made them who they are. From abuse, a troubled childhood, to troubling finding love and acceptance, Lincoln lets the listeners know that many young girls lost in the world. With a single that reminds you of Ludacris’ “Runaway Love” and Nas’ “Black Girl Lost“, “Broken Home” could be mentioned with them when discussing serious issues in society among young women. They may see her smile, but they don’t know what she feels inside. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Exclusive! Today’s new music video comes from Reggae artist I-Octane. After premiering it CVM’s Onstage, he now released it for the whole world to see. Titled “Gal A Gimme Bun” and directed by Scorpio 21, we see I-Octane discovering that his lady has been unfaithful to him, the activities that happen when he’s away, and how it has affected him. The “Bunna Man” has been played by comedian Fancy Cat and he does comedic justice to his role. It’s one thing to be involved with another man’s woman but why wear his clothes and enjoy the game on his couch and TV? Funny video, look at how cheating put I-Octane in the mental institution. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
In recognition of Bounty Killa’s recent award presented to him by the Jamaica Star for “Dancehall Achievement” and Barrington Levy’s release of his first album in 20 years, “Licensed To Thrill“, I’ve decided to post their most popular collaboration. Titled “Living Dangerously” and produced by JahScrew in 1995, both artists talk about a woman who has done them wrong by committing infidelity and she lives a dangerous life. They also advise her on what will happen when they leave, and she must better herself before it goes real bad for her. This was a great combination of Bounty Killa’s commanding voice and hard lyrics, and Barrington Levy’s signature crooning.