Dancehall singjay I-Octane issued a challenge for his new song “Mine Yuh” for big money prize of US$1500.
The challenge is to create a dance video to the song and post it to Instagram tagging I-Octane in the post. The contestant with the most likes will receive the prize money and according to Octane, a brand new air conditioner as well. The track which was produced by Zj Dymond and Dinesty King is now trending on Audiomack. It seems the challenge has boosted the popularity of this single.
Go ahead and try out the #MineYuhChallenge. Don’t...
Shenseea plans to use beats from the Motherland on her debut project for American label Interscope Records, according to producer Tarik “Rvssian” Johnston. The yet-to-be titled album is slated for release late this year. Afrobeats, an increasingly popular sound, will be featured on the album. Rvssian said the deejay will also dabble in pop and country.
Afrobeat is a growing genre, especially in the United States. Last year, Nigerian singer Davido's Fall soared to number 22 on the Billboard's R&B/Hip-Hop Airplay Chart.
Shenseea is now an signed artist to Interscope Records. The 22-year-old artist who has worked with artists such as Vybz Kartel and Shaggy, has been making waves with her infectious dance hall tunes, and with a debut album in the works
Shenseea released her new single “Blessed” featuring Tyga. The bass-heavy track was produced by Rvssian, and is dripping with energy as the rising star oozes self-confidence from start to finish.
Dance hall artist Stonebwoy has been crowned the Reggae Dance hall artist of the year at the ongoing Vodafone Ghana music awards 2019.
Stonebwoy was in the competition with Samini, Shatta Wale, Epixode and Ak Songtress. Looking at how well Stonebwoy has performed
The Reggae Dancehall artist of the year is Stonebwoy’s first award so far at the awards night. His rival, Shatta Wale has already won two awards; Highlife song of the year and Reggae Dance hall song of the year.
The band One World Rebellion, owned by Soca Star Fay Ann Lyons, said it has halted its entry into Jamaica's Carnival this year.
In a statement issued on Friday, the band said: "the decision is due to conflicting reports from the Jamaican organizers versus those from sponsors pertaining to receipt of funds over the last few months which requires further investigation for clarity."
The band said the investigations have halted production and with Carnival fast approaching they are unable to deliver the type of quality product it knows it can...
Cyaa bawl ina life man
Gwaan wid it, mi gwaan wid it Yo Izy are you kidding me?
Toast (Yeah, yeah)
Say we a come in wid a force (Yeah)
Blessings we a reap pon we course inna handful
We nuh rise and boast
Yeah, we give thanks like we need it the most
We haffi give thanks like we really supposed to, be thankful
Blessings all pon mi life and
Mi thank God fi di journey, di earnings a jus fi di plus (Yeah)
Gratitude is a must (Yeah)
Mi see blessings fall by mi right hand
Buss a toast fi di friends weh tek off heavy...
Kaya Fest is a Music and Awareness Festival created in the spirit of Bob Marley’s great legacy and curated by his son, multi-Grammy Award winning singer, songwriter and producer Stephen Marley, the festival is a historic gathering of the greatest working artists in music today, for an expression of unity and excellence.
Each year, Kaya Fest invites an incredible roster of reggae-influenced artists, including the likes of Ms. Lauryn Hill, Snoop Dogg, Cypress Hill, Pitbull, Sean Paul, and Wyclef Jean to celebrate one love, unity, peace...
About 49 people were killed and dozens more were injured when at least one shooter opened fire at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Police confirm there are 49 people dead in the attack, 41 people were killed in the Deans Ave mosque, with seven killed at the Linwood mosque. Another person died in hospital.
A 28-year-old man has been charged with murder and is due to appear in the Christchurch District Court tomorrow morning. Another person was arrested earlier today however that was not related to these events.
The Jamaica Civil Aviation Authority has said effective immediately, the Boeing 737-8 Max and 737-9 Max aircraft will be temporarily restricted in Jamaica.
The directive follows a similar restriction from the United States following Sunday's deadly plane crash in Ethiopia. The crash in Addis Ababa killed 157 people. It was the second fatal Max 8 disaster in five months after one crashed over Indonesia in October, killing 189 people.
The FAA said new evidence from the crash site in Ethiopia, together with newly refined satellite data which...
Minister of Labour and Social Security Shahine Robinson has said senior executives of Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines (RCCL), the second-largest cruise company in the world, have advised that they are in need of more Jamaican workers.
Robinson was part of a delegation, led by Prime Minister Andrew Holness, which hosted a high-level team from RCCL in Kingston last week.
“In the meeting with the RCCL folks, there was a huge push for the development of Port Royal for cruise tourism. We also looked at the continued development of Falmouth as a...
Tourism Minister Hon. Edmund Bartlett says Jamaica has welcomed one million visitors to its shores in the first nine weeks of 2019.
He said this has provided foreign exchange earnings of approximately US$800 million.
“The industry is now at the peak of its growth, and the beauty about us in tourism is that we make new peaks… because we are in a constant state of growth and evolution. This peak has allowed Jamaica to be the first Caribbean destination in nine weeks to welcome one million visitors,” Minister Bartlett said.
Shaggy and British artist Sting have won the prestigious Grammy award for Best Reggae Album at The Grammy's premiere ceremony at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles over the weekend. The two were awarded for their collaborative album 44/876.
The other nominees in the category were:
Reggae Forever – Etana
A Matter of Time - Protoje
As the World Turns -- Black Uhuru
Rebellion Rises -- Ziggy Marley
Shaggy previously won the Grammy in 1996 for the Boombastic album.
To say 2018 was fruitful for Etana would be an understatement. The singer released her fifth album, Reggae Forever, toured relentlessly and capped the year with a Grammy Award nomination for Best Reggae Album.
According to Etana, "It's been a year filled with hard work, determination and triumph."
Reggae Forever was released in March by Tad's International Record. It went number one on the Billboard Reggae Album Chart and coincided with her extensive tour of the United States with J Boog and Jesse Royal.