Ghetto Youth Int’l presents Set Up Shop Vol. 2

Today (December 23, 2014), Ghetto Youths International – the record label owned and operated by Bob Marley’s sons Damian, Julian and Stephen – will release the brand new compilation Ghetto Youths International Presents Set Up Shop Volume 2.   The 15-track set follows Volume 1 that was released in February 2013… Continue reading

Tiana featured in divas segment at STING, to headline third European tour

The Dancehall Duchess, Tiana will be one of the Fabulous Five divas to be showcased at this year’s 31st staging of Sting: Dubbed as “Two Mega Shows One Night.” Tiana, who is now gearing up for her third European tour alongside, “Mr. Personally,”Kalado is definitely poised to be one of… Continue reading

Maxi Priest releases new video “Holiday”

With over 15 million albums sold worldwide, multiple Grammy nominations and top 10 Billboard hits (including the No. 1 smash “Close To You”) – the most successful solo act in British reggae history Maxi Priest drops his new video for “Holiday,” the latest single off his first studio album in… Continue reading

I-Octane Release New International Single “Call Me Over”

Known for his hot fiery lyrical ability, conscious reggae music and dancehall diversity, Reggae star I-Octane is taking a walk on the international side. Produced by Anju Blaxx of UIM, I-Octane new single “Call Me Over” can be considered one that will take him to new heights. You can hear… Continue reading

Full Speed ahead for Sean Paul’s Dutty Rock Label

International dancehall artiste Sean Paul presents the third production from his Dutty Rock Label, FullSpeed Riddim for pre order on iTunes today, Tuesday, December 16. The ‘Riddim’ will be officially released on iTunes on January 13, 2015. The Riddim boasts an eclectic, fast juggling reggae/dancehall beat that showcases unique styles… Continue reading

Shabeel – Thru di Window (Dj Frankco Prod. 2014)

 

NEW SINGLE FROM SHABEEL: “THRU DI WINDOW”

Montreal’s young champion of the dancehall is back with a new piece praising the power of love. Following up on Silmaril and Spanish Town Ladies, two songs which brought a touch of fantasy to dances all across Kingston and Spanish Town in 2014, Shabeel steps forward with Thru di Window, a new Dj Frankco production, this time aimed at a wider audience.Shabeel is a dancehall artist of Romanian roots, constantly on the move between Canada and Jamaica. Having won the esteem of artists such as Kiprich, Shabeel is ready to conquer the dancehall on an international level, being a breath of fresh air and hope in an increasingly materialistic world.

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Sting officially signs Internet sensation, Gully Man, aka Daddy Kartel

Fast-rising deejay Country Man, aka Gully Man, aka Daddy Kartel is now confirmed for a major performance at Magnum Sting 2014. Gully Man is an overnight star that has risen to fame via a home video that was found to entertain the masses, and has since gone viral. “Very proud… Continue reading

Young Reggae Star Jahmiel Slated to Perform at Sting Jamaica 2014

Although the young artist has been on the musical scene for several years,  2014 has revived and redefined Jahmiel’s career in many facets. Jahmiel’s slew of hit singles and videos have topped the various international charts, various performances at UWI College Show, Lime 5th annual Skool Aid and to top… Continue reading

The African King of Comedy comes to Montreal

He has been called one of the most original stand-up comics in the country, and his performances leave audiences laughing in tears. Michael Blackson, aka, ‘The African King of Comedy’, has been entertaining audiences all across the country and around the globe for more than a decade. Inspired by the… Continue reading

Lutan Fyah is the epitome of perseverance

Lutan is keen to emulate Dennis Brown and Garnet Silk, two of the singers he grew up listening to, by not only singing hard‐hitting message songs, but making commercial sounds that will introduce him to the mainstream. “Getting that hit song is important to every artiste. I always sing as… Continue reading