I-Octane Talks GRAMMY, Love and Life!

Kingston, Jamaica – On March 30th, 2018, international recording artist I-Octane released his anticipated and long awaited third full length “Love & Life” debuting at #3 on the Reggae Billboard Chart. The latter was followed by a memorable intercontinental promotional tour that included joining twice GRAMMY nominated J-Boog on selected… Continue reading

Sultry Songstress Ce’Cile and Singjay Kiprich Heat Up the Screen in “Come Back Tomorrow”

With such distinction as her first album featured as the first dancehall album featured in German Playboy, to featured on Sean Paul’s multi platinum grammy winning album, multi-talented recording artist Ce’Cile has cemented her name in dancehall history. Thus a collaboration with singly Kiprich, the multi-award winner who has collaborated… Continue reading

Shabba’s makes a Grammy Housecal

  THERE was no hotter act in the Jamaican dancehall going into the 1990s than Shabba Ranks. It seemed inevitable that he would break into the American mainstream with his mix of ghetto swag and bedroom bravado. (Jamaica Observer) His American breakthrough came in 1991 with As Raw As Ever,… Continue reading

Vogue hails Capleton’s Reggae Sumfest style

Kingston, JAMAICA: – Fashion bible, Vogue, has hailed Reggae superstar Capleton as one of the style standouts at the recently concluded music festival, Reggae Sumfest, held in Montego Bay, Jamaica. Although King Shango was not officially billed for Sumfest this year, he basked in the spotlight when his longtime friend… Continue reading

Juno Number 5 for Exco Levi

EXCO Levi copped his fifth Best Reggae Recording of The Year at Saturday night’s Juno Awards at the Canadian Tire Centre in Ottawa. The Clarendon-born singjay won for the song Siren, released last June by Oneness Records. The other nominees were Roll Dem by Dubmatix featuring Gappy Ranks, Sorry by… Continue reading

Junior Reid – Biography

Delroy “Junior” Reid (born 6 June 1963) is a Jamaican reggae and dancehall musician, best known for the songs “One Blood” and “This Is Why I’m Hot”, as well as being the lead vocalist for Black Uhuru on three albums Brutal, Positive and Black Uhuru Live in New York. Reid… Continue reading

ORieL’s Confidence

As the end of 2015 approaches, International reggae recording artist ORieL’s musical journey has seen the artist over the past year honing his craft on some of the biggest musical stages. Humbled by the positive feedback from both fans, music lovers and the media,  ORieL has indeed received a boost of “Confidence”.… Continue reading

Badgyal Ce’Cile releases new album

Recording artist Ce’Cile hopes to give fans more than they’ve become accustomed to in her latest album entitled Still Running. The 16-track set, the singer’s third studio effort, is slated to be released on October 14. Co-produced by Vinny Vindetto, John FX and Ce’Cile , the project will be distributed… Continue reading