Dre Island Wyclef Jean Justice Music Video Blog Reggae Hip Hop Dancehall 13thStreetPromo 13thStreetPromotions Caribbean Black Lives Matter BLM #BLM

.@DreIslandMusic & @Wyclef Fight For “Justice”!


With all that’s going on in the world, one thing is certain, the Black Man is still fighting the good fight. With more Black Lives Matter marches and protest spawning everyday, they won’t stop until justice is served, and those who were wronged inspire others to do the right thing and honour them. Recording Artists Wyclef Jean and Dre Island join the fight, and protests with good message music. Today, we see the visual for their track, “Justice“!

Directed by Ray Flaco, the video gives us a behind the scenes look at both artists recording “Justice” from their respective locations, and interacting with the people while spreading the message that justice for Black lives needs to happen. They also can be seen jogging while rocking hoodies and watching their backs, which sheds light on the injustice that the late Trayvon Martin faced. Inspired by Wyclef’s racial profiling experience, he is no stranger to calling out on injustice, racism, and wanting equal rights through his music. He recruited Dre Island for the track who is considered one of Jamaica’s most powerful messengers.

BLACK LIVES STILL MATTER!

“Justice” will be available on the deluxe version of Dre Island’s recently released debut album, “Now I Rise“, which will be released later this month. Check out the video below, and share with a friend. Show us some love/follow us on Twitter and Instagram at @13thStreetPromo.

Continue reading “.@DreIslandMusic & @Wyclef Fight For “Justice”!”

Wyclef, Sasha Mari, GMB Nutron, My Girl, Remix, Trinidad, Haiti, Jamaica, 13thStreetPromotions, Dancehall, Soca

@GBMNutron Gives @Wyclef x @SashaMariMusic’s “My Girl” The Dancehall Queen Remix!


Recently, Recording Artist/Producer Wyclef Jean teamed up with Songstress Sasha Mari for “My Girl“. The Dancehall/Spanish Music tinged single created a buzz as Wyclef proclaimed his comeback. Today we hear a “Dancehall Queen” remix from Trinidad/NYC based Recording Artist/Producer GBM Nutron! Produced by GBM Productions and Heads Music, Nutron adds a more Island feel to the single while letting off a few bars of his own. Searching for your own Dancehall Queen? Let this energetic single be the soundtrack to aid your journey! Check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

Continue reading “@GBMNutron Gives @Wyclef x @SashaMariMusic’s “My Girl” The Dancehall Queen Remix!”

NEW VIDEO: @DJKhaled – Ain’t Nobody Got Dubs Like This


DJK

In the Dancehall culture, one of most important aspects is the Dubplate. Vital in Soundclashes and dances, it can either make or break a Sound System. Today, via Boomshoots, DJ/Producer DJ Khaled shows off some of his most cherished Dubplates. Khaled, no stranger to the Dancehall culture, played dubs from the likes of Buju Banton, Bounty Killa, Beres Hammond, Capleton, and more. This is a great watch (and listen) here as I’ve been familiar with DJ Khaled’s presences in the Dancehall. Older fans might remember his appearances at events such as “Fully Loaded” and his contributions via mixtapes. Can he beat Wyclef for having the most expensive dubplate? Stay tuned. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

Continue reading “NEW VIDEO: @DJKhaled – Ain’t Nobody Got Dubs Like This”

NEW VIDEO: @Wyclef Performs at Sting 30


bringthesting-sting-2013One of the more talked about performances came from the likes of Wyclef Jean. Not a stranger to the Jamaican stage, Wyclef started off his set with a dubplate from the late Whitney Houston before going to a few of his hits and freestyles. Wyclef even name dropped Vybz Kartel, Dudus, Buju and many others. Check out his performance below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

PART 1

PART 2

Continue reading “NEW VIDEO: @Wyclef Performs at Sting 30”