Posts Tagged ‘Jamaica’

Konshens is Up on with this heat rock starring some pretty reggae dancehall girls in this music video for his single “Turn Me ON”

 

 

Mavado kicks off this “Memory” tune for the ladies, getting his playboy on and boasting of smashing other dudes girls; which can be a very dangerous pastime and I wonder who’s bangin his girl while he’s bangin other guys girls, hmmm.. Anyway, Enjoy the Flavaz.

DJ Young Chow got the Streets and Club buzzin’ with this “Waist Gal” cool dance track, which looks like it was filmed in Brooklyn, NYC!!


International reggae artist Mr Vegas is back @ iT with this dope music video “Dancehall Dabb” featuring a load of talented dancers doing their damn Thang!!

Live in The Big Apple the Royal Family of Reggae talks about their “Strictly Roots” album out on their CTBC Music Group imprint. Their Perform and Done single, the difference between performing in the U.S. vs Abroad, The message behind their Cool To Be Conscious movement and Much More.

The Royal Family of Reggae is Moving up the charts with this Modern dope video filmed in Jamaica mon “Perform And Done”

 

Dance Hall Legend Mr. Vegas covers an Acoustic version of Miley Cyrus song “The Climb” Live @ Miss Lily’s in NYC to support his album “Reggae Euphoria” which is out Now!!

QQ’s New Single Tweety Bird (Turn Me On) Is Burning up The Streets & The Airwaves Internationally On A Pop Music Level, Produced By Tarik “Rvssian” Johnston For Head Concussion Records. Video Was Directed By Strugu Films..

After years of struggle, false starts, and a debut album that never came out following an attempt on his life, 50 Cent became the biggest new star in hip-hop in 2003 with the release of his album {^Get Rich or Die Tryin’}, which documented his hardscrabble existence on New York’s mean streets. 50 Cent: Who Dares Wins is an unauthorized documentary on the rapper’s life and music, featuring rare footage and interviews with friends, colleagues and fellow hip-hop stars, including Ed Lover, Mr. Cheeks, Bang ’em Smurf, and Digga. Please note that this film was produced without the participation of 50 Cent or his record label.

Reggae / Dancehall Superstar Wayne Wonder performs his Classic Tune “Saddest Day” & “I Don’t Know Why” Live for a turned It Brooklyn Crowd and Brings out Shaggy & bigs Up Buju Banton. https://twitter.com/itspossetv