On November 18th, Anthony Red Rose unveils his long awaited solo release, My Name Is Red Rose in cooperation with Zojak World Wide distributors. The conscious dancehall artist whose world-class production work (Terry Linen, Beenie Man, Capleton, Bounty Killer, to name a few) cut into his own recording time is proud to release his first album in over ten years.
01. Nuh linga - elephant man
02 back it up - mr. Evil & sean paul
03. Plaaying games - serani
04. Gimme likkle - beenie man
05.sweep - elephant man
06. Mus come a road - mr. Vegas
07. Overcome - mavado
08. Winner - konshens
09. Sort dem out - demarco
10. I am not afarid - etana
11. Another bill again - tony rebel
12. Love created i (marcus teaching) - tarrus riley
13. Just as i am - l.u.s.t.
14. Love you like that - beres hammond
15. Broken melody - tesanne chin
16. Ride or die - ce'cile
17. Tic toc - busy signal
Word in the streets that Beenie Man’s 17 year-old daughter is pregnant. Rumours suggest that it is either for a popular deejay, or a young teenaged boy called 'Nick' who the young girl was dating a few months ago.
There is a strong and persistent rumor on the streets since last week that his 17 year old daughter Desha-Gaye is pregnant. More surprising is that she is said to be pregnant for deejay, Aidonia, a former member of Bounty Killer’s Alliance crew.
Zojak World Wide, the leader in digital distribution, in cooperation with Coco Tea’s Roaring Lion Records, is pleased to announce the release of Coco Tea’s eagerly anticipated album, YES WE CAN. The album will be available worldwide on I-Tunes and www.cocoateabarackobama.com the same day as the US elections, November 4, 2008
WASHINGTON DC, USA (AP) - All smiles and compliments, President-elect Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle, called on President George W Bush and first lady Laura Bush yesterday in a White House visit that was part political ritual, part practical introduction and a striking symbol of the historic transfer of power to come.
Washington DC, USA - President George W Bush (left) and first lady Laura Bush (2nd left) pose with President-elect Barack Obama and his wife Michelle Obama at the White House in Washington yesterday. (Photo: AP)