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  • Song For Us - Big Something
    ‘Tumbleweed’ is the album’s title track and inspiration for the cover art. The name ‘tumbleweed’ refers to the main character of the song who is fumbling aimlessly through a post-apocalyptic desert wasteland hallucinating on peyote," singer Nick MacDaniels adds. "He’s telling himself to just keep moving in order to survive." A 6 piece powerhouse consisting of Ben Vino...
  • Too Much To Think - 311
    The 17-song MOSIAC was produced by John Feldmann (Blink-182, Panic! At The Disco, etc.)and Scotch Ralston (who produced 311’s iconic Transistor, Soundsystem and Stereolithic albums). With MOSAIC, 311 are approaching their 10th consecutive Top 10 album debut on the Billboard Top 200 Albums Chart. 311 will hit the road summer 2017 for an eight-week headlining tour of No...
  • Nuh Ease Up - Demarco
    Brand new offical viral music video from Demarco titled "Nuh Ease Up" produced by Frenz Fa Real Records. The video was shot at the True Gift ent. Headquarters and was edited by the True Gift Entertainment Team, also features international dancers like Shelly Belly, Dancehall Queen Nickeisha, Dancehall Queen Cuban and crowd favourite dancer Dani Boo....
  • No Lie - Sean Paul
    Fresh from chart-topping with Sia on Cheap Thrills, reggae stalwart Sean Paul teams with the super-hot Dua Lipa on No Lie, and turns to Tim Nackashi to direct the video that features a creative use of mirrors in several West London high rises. Sometimes its hard to tell what's real and what's reflected, but don't let that spoil your enjoyment of this soon-to-be-huge p...
  • Gal Dem Sugar - Konshens
    Jamaican reggae and dancehall artiste Konshens presents the official music vide for his 2016 single, "Gal Dem Sugar", directed by RD Studios and G. Spence. Filmed on location in Jamaica. Konshens has emerged as one of the hottest names in dancehall/reggae music. Labeled by the Jamaican media as one of Reggae and Dancehall music’s brightest stars, Konshens has received...
  • Nuh Friend Fire - Mavado
    Mavado dropped a bomb on the entire Portmore Empire crew or whats left of it in his new Vybz Kartel diss track “Nuh Friend Fire.” The Gully God drop the new track on Monday night after spending the weekend in the studio with Stephen “Di Genius” McGregor. The diss track is a response to Kartel’s “Last One” single which received mix reaction last week. In comparison, Ma...
  • Round Corna - Vybz Kartel
    Vybz Kartel made good on his promise for a all out war with Mavado and Alkaline with a new diss track “Round Corna.” The gritty Mavado diss was produced by TJ Records over a dancehall beat. In the intro of the single, Kartel took a shot at Teddy Bruck Shut from the classic movie Shotta’s who was featured in Mavado’s latest Vybz Kartel diss track “Brawla". Dog how him ...
  • Curvilicious - Elena Miller
    'Curvilicious' accentuates Elena’s vocals and emphasizes the singer’s unique sound. The song takes on a pertinent rhythm and contagious bass melody to accompany Elena’s radiant lyrics. Elena receives good feedback and love from her fans and listeners; however she was also faced with critics of body shaming filled with negative words against her and the dancers. Elena ...
  • Jiggle Jiggle - Shenseea
    Brandishing a criss baseball bat customized with her Twitter handle, Shenseea and a crew of twerktastic dancing girls take over an automobile scrapyard and basically wreck shit. That’s the plot summary for “Jiggle Jiggle,” the latest addition to the burgeoning subgenre of bruk-out dancehall videos. And so what if it’s not all that different from other booty videos? As...
  • I Love The Way - Shakka
    London artist Shakka shared his new song “I Love the Way,” featuring dancehall icon Mr. Vegas. It’s upbeat, light-hearted and fun. With itss Caribbean sound, “I Love the Way” is just in time for London carnival....
  • Rasta - Jah Cure
    Jah Cure's studio album "The Cure" (VP Records) marks the new beginning for the iconic artist. With his beguiling vocals and soulful conviction, one of Jamaica's greatest voices effortlessly blends street poetry and sufferer's tales with beautiful love ballads into one cohesive collection. The 13-track set is a return to roots reggae and lover's rock with R&B and pop-...
  • Amen - Ziggy Marley
    ‘Amen’ is the follow up to Ziggy’s summer reggae soundtrack ‘Weekend’s Long’. Marley will embark on a 28 date fall tour in continued support of his new self titled album, including performances in Philadelphia, Toronto, Chicago, Milwaukee, Vancouver, San Francisco and San Diego. THANK YOU! The self titled album is one of Marley’s best performing albums in a decade, se...
  • Crick Neck - Sean Paul
    Sean Paul’s name has come in the mainstream after a few years, thanks to his contribution to Sia’s chart topping single ‘Cheap Thrills’ which continues to entertain people around the globe. So it’s wise to capitalize on the moment and launch some solo material. The Dancehall legend has recruited fellow Jamaican artist Chi Ching Ching on his brand new single ‘Crick Nec...