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Press Release 195

press release from Jamaica, dancehall and reggae artiste.

Riding a wave of success with 'Bad Mind Ah Go Kill Dem' and 'Wine Pon the Pole' singles, Khago will be releasing his latest single, Pretty WIne on the Mercury riddim this week. The single is produced by Claude Mills and Jahsnowcone on the Chase Millz record label.

  Laza Morgan has generated over 30,000 views of his new Love Me 2 video on Youtube in only two weeks.  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E7xu3ztLb10&feature=youtu.be  

Chino drops 'JoeGrind' single

Tuesday, 24 April 2012 00:12 Written by
Chino has recorded a single called 'Joe Grind' for the Boardhouse Records label. Download radio edit and other songs here :- http://www.box.com/s/e77d657f12e45c730101

Elephant Man will shoot the video for his combination single, Siddung Pon It featuring Lady Saw, tomorrow in Waterhouse. The shoot will kick off at King Jammy's studio.

Nature shoots 'World Peace' music video

Monday, 23 April 2012 04:56 Written by
Down Sound recording artiste Nature shot the music video for his breakout single, World Peace, over the weekend, using locations in the rustic, idyllic Blue Mountains as the backdrop for the video.


Thursday, 10 May 2012 10:09 Written by
    The ‘Tun Up’ riddim may just redefine how dancehall projects are conceived, recorded and released in Jamaica. Released on the First Name Music label, this project features no morethan five songs from some of the top dancehall acts in the island, a powerful collection of superstars that will make the teeth of any producer grate with envy.

  With a mission to heal the world through music, Soul Train Award nominee, Gramps Morgan unleashes his second, solo, album Reggae Music Lives tomorrow (April 24th) on iTunes, independently, on his Dada Son Entertainment label. A musical therapy of sorts, Reggae Music Lives is filled with angelic harmonies, authentic compositions and a unique sound brand, Gramps calls "Rockaz". Reggae Music Lives is more than Reggae; it's world-beat, with a little bit of country, a taste of what Americans call rap-Jamaicans call it toasting; mix it with a hint of r 'n' b, a dash of blues synthesized with contemporary reggae that maintains the integrity of the original art form and you get a sense of the musical accents that help to make Reggae Music Livescomplete.  

Ardenne gets 10 computers from Eyeland Eyewear

Saturday, 12 May 2012 10:53 Written by
    CEO of Eyeland Eyewear Ketao Akwanza encourages nation building with drive termed "Bold Vision 2020".  Eyeland Eyewear is one of Jamaica's top optical service providers.

Elephant Man heads to New Jersey

Saturday, 19 May 2012 16:38 Written by
Elephant Man is now in New Jersey where he will perform at a club gig in the Garden State. The deejay is riding a high with his present hits, Siddung Pon It featuring Lady Saw, and Dash Wata, a song produced by Chester Walker and Q45.  

      Top singjay I-Octane kicked off his six-week “Crying to the Nation” tour in Canada on May 4 at Club G in London, Canada. He concluded his Canadian leg over theMother’s Day weekend making stops in Mississauga, Hamilton and Montreal. His song Mama received an overwhelming response as many embraced it to saythanks to their moms.

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