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Chambah hails the evolution of trap dancehall

Talented dancehall producer Junior ‘Chambah’ Stevens believes that once trap dancehall continues to evolve, the genre will attract more international attention and support. “Our music has been this way from over the years…topics of violence and chapping. It’s just different artiste saying the same thing on trap dancehall beats …being a creative producer I listen […]

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Lady Saw warns Shenseea and Spice to turn to God

Minister Marion Hall, formerly Lady Saw, has admonished Spice, Shenseea, Jada Kingdom, and Ishawna and urged them to turn away from what she dubbed a desperate “race to hell”. In a three-hour Facebook sermon on Sunday, January 23, the former Queen of the Dancehall, advised the females to embrace God and desist from chasing the […]

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Teejay links up with superstar producer Damage for viral ‘I’ll Touch the Sky’

Dancehall star Teejay addresses the tough topic of mental illness and suicide ideation with his new single, ‘I’ll Touch The Sky’ that was released on January 12th on the Damage Musiq label. “I wish I had wings to touch the sky, surely fly away enuh, from all dem ting weh a gwaan inna mi life,” […]

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Neka Leslie teams up with Busy Signal for ‘African Girl’

US-based fusion artiste Neka Leslie is confident that her collaboration, ‘African Girl’ with international dancehall star Busy Signal will facilitate her breakthrough in the international music industry. “This song is for all the beautiful black women across the world. It’s a celebration of our beauty, our African heritage, and our unique qualities. We are black […]

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Silk Boss manager explains debacle of flopped UK show and how they were stranded in the UK by unscrupulous promoter

After a flopped show in London over the weekend with entertainers Silk Boss and I Waata, a UK promoter Corey Max went on a tirade during an Instagram Live, accusing the entertainers of using intimidation and ‘badness’  as they demanded their performance fees.  Corey Max also alleged that the entertainers had stopped answering their phones,which […]

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