Archiv für Mai, 2012

Nice Video (lot of Cameos) for Million Stylez Tune Mind Travelling.

Munichs own Sarah Lugo and Kabaka Pyramid from Jamaica with the Tune High & Windy on the brandnew Reggaeville Riddim.

After three years, the official video for Cali P’s song Jah Rule The World, taken from the Unstoppable Album

Jugglerz aka DJ Meska & Shotta Paul recently came along with their first mixtape since the split up with Sentinel.

Mix is called Change and hosted by Protoje, cover done by Alex Evequoz.

Download the onetrack or splitted version.

Tracklist:

01. Zagga – Change Dubplate
02. I Octane – Rules Of Life
03. Exco Levi – Storms Of Life
04. Terry Linen – How Do You Like My Music
05. Romain Virgo – Food Fi The Plate
06. Chuck Fenda – Warning
07. Busy Signal – Missing You
08. Etana – Wifey
09. Jah Cure – From The Heart
10. Collie Buddz – I Feel So Good
11. Capleton – Fire Fire
12. Jah Sun Ft. Peter Morgan – Heart Like Lion
13. Jah Vinci – Real Woman
14. Protoje & Kymani Marley – Rasta Love
15. Busy Signal, Romain Virgo And Esco Levi – Running From The Law
16. Tarrus Riley – Dream Woman
17. Chris Martin – Chill Spot
18. Zagga – Remember The Days
19. Ce’cile – Dem Yah Time
20. Mavado – Like Me
21. Romain Virgo – I Know Better
22. Ky-mani Marley – Be Smart
23. Protoje – Stronger Dubplate
24. Romain Virgo – Never Go Under
25. Tarrus Riley – Antique Loving
26. Romain Virgo – Dem A Coward
27. Bugle – It’s A Journey
28. I Octane – System A Beat Dem
29. Gyptian – One More Time
30. Tarrus Riley – Sorry Is A Sorry Word
31. J Boog – Love Me
32. Christopher Martin – Cheaters Prayer
33. Tarrus Riley – Karma
34. Alaine – Bye Bye Bye
35. Alaine – I Know
36. Peetah Morgan – Shine Pon Yuh
37. Jah Vinci – Ghetto Pain
38. I Octane – Ghetto Lifestyle
39. I Octane & Alborosie – Space For All Of Us
40. Konshens, T. Riley, Sizzla,
W. Riley, Darrio – Rasta Imposter Remix
41. Busy Signal – Fireball
42. Collie Buddz – Too Watchy
43. Christopher Martin – Make A Sound
44. Tarrus Riley – Chant Rastafari
45. Sizzla – White Collar Boss
46. Agent Sasco – Survival
47. Richie Campbell & Kymani Marley – 911
48. Mojo Morgan – Papa Dont Worry
49. Nico D – Ganja
50. Protoje – Who Dem A Program
51. Busy Signal – Reggae Music Again
52. Romain Virgo – Don’t You Remember
53. Busy Signal & T.O.K. – On My Mind
54. I Octane – L.O.V.E.
55. Rihanna – You Da One (Jr Blender Remix)
56. Torch – Reggae Music
57. Pressure – Life Is A Blessing
58. Protoje – Wrong Side Of The Law
59. Phenomdem – Fearless Dubplate

Law enforcement agents have arrested another high profile figure from the West Kingston community, on an extradition warrant.

Popular dancehall artiste, Busy Signal, whose real name is Glendale Gordon, was picked up at the Norman Manley International Airport, immediately after he stepped off a flight from the United Kingdom this afternoon.

The Gleaner/Power 106 News understands that the entertainer was returning from a tour in Amsterdam.

His arrest came months after The Gleaner broke the story that a prominent entertainer was under the radar of the United States to be extradited.

According one of the law enforcement officers who spoke with The Gleaner, ‚Busy‘ has been under investigation since 2002.

via Jamaica Gleaner.

Just found this article about a Panel Discussion entitled “Escaping Roots of Extending Consciousness” that happend two days ago at the Liberty Hall in Downtown Kingston via soundclash.wordpress.com.

Last night at Liberty Hall in downtown Kingston there was a panel discussion entitled “Escaping Roots of Extending Consciousness”. The panelists were Terry Lynn, a Jamaican artist who has found inspiration in European electronic music, as well as Alborosie and Gentleman, European artists who have found inspiration in Jamaican music. Carolyn Cooper moderated the discussion, which had been organized by the folks behind the upcoming documentary Journey to Jah(it’s a film about the aforementioned Europeans and their connection to Jamaica).

The conversation was pretty interesting, with all three artists describing how they got their respective starts in music and how they feel that they’ve found their right outlet/niche. Terry Lynn spoke eloquently about the struggle for women in reggae and dancehall–she acknowledged a desire to talk about sex and relationships, but questioned why that has to be the main focus of a woman’s lyrics. After all, she said, women head up the first institutions of the world–families–so women have a fair bit of insight on everything from finance to fairness.

Head over to Soundclash to read the whole story.

The notorious Heatwave and DJ I-Vier from Jah Warrior Shelter bringing you these 2 album samplers as a preview of Mr. Vegas forthcoming album Sweet Jamaica, which drops May, 29.

Download both mixes via Soundcloud.