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.@RAASCollective Kicks Off “The RAAS Show” With @ZacJonesStony


The RAAS Collective have made their triumphant return after a year long hiatus. With their return, they stepped out with a new series called, “The RAAS Show!”

“The RAAS Show” is an audio/visual series where The RAAS Collective features guest artists and DJs performing some of their favourite music either from the artist’s own discography, song covers, or special RAAS Show freestyles. This is all complimented by illustrious set design courtesy of The RAAS Collective’s Art Director, Jodian Leonie. She will be making tremendous contributions throughout the first season, so be on the look out.

The season opens with $tony Official’s very own ZAC JONE$ at his backyard summer Barbeque straight out of the Y2K Era. The “Man A Yard” blesses us with a RAAS Show exclusive freestyle entitled, “So $tony”. The freestyle is laid against the timeless instrumental version of Snoop Dogg and Pharrell’s 2002 romantic gangsta ballad, Beautiful”.

In similar fashion to the original, Zac Jone$ delivers a sweet serenade of a freestyle for the ladies. He effortlessly cruises through the instrumental with confidence, and charisma. During his performance, he reminds us of his “Oh So $tony” status, and encourages us to drink Bottega like it’s our birthday. Bottega is the featured brand highlighted throughout the performance, along with OHJA branded Cannabis products, which is Zac’s brand of choice, and SEORA, which can be found plastered boldly across his jersey with the $tony Official insignia. Zac’s look was handled by his personal stylist Shampagnex, who crafted and styled his entire ensemble to coincide with the running Y2K theme of Zac’s episode.

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The performance takes a tonal shift as we transition into the artist’s latest single entitled, “Lonely”, which was produced by Iotosh. The energetic and charismatic bravado from “So $tony” is quickly replaced by a somber, introspective and emotionally torn Zac who finds himself at the crossroads of a rocky relationship. However, throughout all the hardship he believes thatthere is hope for the best. Zac croons his way through the final track, while bearing all his worries for us to see. A fitting end to the performance, and a proper way to conclude his Barbeque.

The episode was directed and produced by The RAAS Collective’s Jordan Mars, with camera work provided by DP and longtime collaborator, Usheen “Sheen Banks” Ewbanks.

Jodian Leonie was also assisted by Maria Hetey with creating the immersive and visually stunning set design for the fictional barbeque

This marvelous spectacle is the first of many episodes from “The RAAS Show”. Click here for more content.

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.@ZacJonesStony Deals With Matters Of The Heart In “Lonely” Visual


Zac Jone$ has been putting in the work over the years. Having enjoyed the success of the 2019 single “Miss Jamaica” featuring Agent Sasco, he is on his way to making a lot more things happen. Earlier this year he gave the world the bubbling single, “Lonely“, now he follows up with the visual.

Directed by Jesse Suchomel and starring Kadiya McDonald as the love interest, Zac Jone$ deals with matters of the heart over an iotosh production. The video highlights Zac and Kadiya working on getting closer while Zac shares how various factors can affect what can become a promising relationship. The events of the past can make one feel lonely even in a situation, but with the right words of encouragement, they can be put aside to embrace a lovely future. The video is beautifully presented, and features appearances by Sheen, BenjaminStony, Luke Jones, Lauren Tomlinson, Rashieka Teona, and Kyle Anderson.

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.@FridayNightCru Seek Another Hit With @ZacJonesStony @PRGKid Featured “LAYB”


The duo of Jamaican artists KinDah and Dash D make up the Friday Night Cru. No stranger to the Blog, the group has been working its way up to becoming a prominent name in the new generation of artists on the Island. With influences ranging from Jazz to Dancehall to Hip Hop, they have resulted in unique tracks that helped to boost the group’s profile and following. Looking for another banger, FNC released, “Look At Your Body (LAYB)“.

Produced by Harry Hunt and featuring fellow Jamaican artists Zac Jone$ and PRG Kid, we get a Trap-Hall track by the Cru that should get you moving during this “Holiday Stay Inside Party” season. With each artist dropping sensual lyrics for the ladies, expect this one to cause a change in temperatures as well. Whether its high energy or chill vibes, the Friday Night Cru will make it happen. Get your Playlists ready.

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Mixtape Movements: @ZacJonesStony – Ridin’ Thru King$ton


Introducing to the Blog, is Recording Artist Zac Jone$! Bringing in his own flavour of “Yaard Rap” with his new project, “Ridin’ Thru King$ton“. This 5 track project is described as “A sonic joyride through KING$TON, Jamaica with Zac Jone$ at the wheel“, this features production from Negium, Felly, GamerBoomin, ICYTWAT, and MNSTRMKK with Felly, GYYPS and Benjamin contributing verses. The Jamaican Hip Hop movement has spread far and wide over the years and despite it not being as mainstream as its musical sibling, Dancehall, it has been on the radar of many top and upcoming Artists and Producers elsewhere. Be on the look out for more from Zac Jone$ and his Stony Recordings movement. An enjoyable listen for the regulars, and something new and exciting for first timers, check out the project below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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