On August 20, the artiste released his second musical compilation, and to everyone's surprise, the EP (which is more like a Demo Album… sorry not sorry) has only 3 tracks. The EP aptly titled 'Brik Pan Brik' features his already released breakout hit of the same name, another already famous Skillibeng track; 'Mr
Established as an underground dancehall act for a few years now, Fully Bad, is beginning to sprout new leaves. Though the present climate of the genre portrays artistes from Jamaica's East and West side as the dominant forces, Fully Bad is undaunted nor intimidated by it. Since cutting ties with former management, the Foota Hype-led Foota Hype Music (FHM), he is fully ready to put down roots in the dancehall community.
Since cutting tied with Foota Hype, Fully Bad has secured a management deal w
Debuting at No. 2 on the Billboard Reggae Album Chart, Popcaan's 'Fixtape' seems to be a sure-fire dancehall hit internationally. The album not only debuted high on the reggae chart but broke into the coveted Billboard Top 100 of the Hot 200 Chart list. Billboard noted that 'Fixtape' had the sixth-best debut of the week, entering at 94th, on the Hot 200 Chart which combines statistics from streams and sales.
In addition to his Billboard success, poppy has also topped a few charts on iTunes since
Last week, Buju Banton released Upside Down 2020 – the first album from the Grammy-winning reggae icon in a decade. To celebrate the long-awaited record, we asked Banton to share his favourite tracks in honour of International Reggae Day today, with a stellar playlist featuring everyone from Bob Marley to Burning Spear. To discover even more great music, head over to GQ's Vero, where Banton has chosen five more reggae tracks exclusively for our channel.
‘Cherry Pie’ by Buju Banton feat Pharrell
Shizzle Sherlock is living the life of ‘the Coote & the Famous’ as he continues to release singles surrounding his dancehall slang ‘COOTE’. Shizzle recently had a chat with Mad-A-Road about his newly released single ‘Coote Life’ featuring Iceberg and what’s happening with Shizzle Sherlock in general.
Shizzle is no stranger to the dancehall spotlight, his slang ‘Tink A Chattinz’ blew up in dancehall a few years ago and in 2019 his newest coined slang ‘Coote’ lit up the place with the release of t
Dancehall artiste Zagga has spun the difficult situation we are now facing with the worldwide COVID19 pandemic into an impressive body of work. On May 22, 2020, Zagga released a brand new album titled “The Isolation Project”. Produced by Amini Music Group and Gloheart Music, the Dancehall album focuses on timely topics, relating mainly to the world currently being on lockdown during an ongoing pandemic.
Back in March, Zagga released the single ‘New Hail’, when the effects of the COVID-19 pandemi
Check out the official track for "The World In Trouble" from reggae artist IJAHVAN . The track is the first single off IJAHVAN 's upcoming debut EP album titled "The World In Trouble." ( listen to track inside )
In this episode of Top A Di Charts…. BIG UP BEENIE MAN!!!!!!!!!!! (Now let’s contain ourselves) At Mad A Road, we are advocates for actual, Jamaican born, culturally bred reggae/dancehall artistes being on any Reggae/Dancehall Charts. I (Toni-Ann Kelly) personally, have a problem with culture vultures, especially the ones who don’t admit that they are stealing or appropriating the culture that they are being accused of. Anyways, BEENIE MAN!
Beenie Man has been very, very busy post Dancehall Verz
Singer Lila Iké has the top-selling reggae set in the United States this week with The ExPerience . RCA Records released the seven-track EP on May 15. It features the songs: Solitude, Thy Will, Stars Align, Where I'm Coming From, I Spy, Forget Me, and Second Chance.
With 454 digital copies sold in its first week, The ExPerience debuts top of the Current Reggae Albums Chart. The sales-driven tally is only available through subscription to Nielsen Music, which tracks sales of albums and singles in
In.Digg.Nation Collective artiste Lila Ike has released her highly anticipated debut project titled The Experience. The seven-track compilation features the hit singles Second Chance and Where I'm Coming From.
The EP is the first official project to be released in partnership with RCA Records and Six Course Records.
Prior to the release, Lila Ike treated fans to an exclusive sneak peak of the new songs on Instagram Live with guest appearances by Grammy winner Koffee, Popcaan, Stylo G, Skillibeng
Reggae superstar Buju Banton revealed the name of his upcoming album title on Youtube. The Grammy winning artist announced Friday that his new album, which has yet to get a release date, will be titled "Upside Down 2020." The artist also went on to break down the meaning behind the album title
Incarcerated Dancehall star Vybz Kartel has announced his next album . It’s called Vybz Kartel Of Dons And Divas and it will be released in June . The 14 track album will feature memebers from the gaza camp Sikka Rymes, Lisa Hyper , Slimatic, Likkle Vybz and Likkle Addi . The album will also feature Spice , Squash , Tee Jay , Lisa mercedez and Danii Boo Check out the album’s tracklist below.
1. Nice tingz.
2. Say A Praya
3. No Prison
4. PrettyButterFly ft @lisa_hyper
5. Love Thing Solve
Kingston, Jamaica: Amid the COVID-19 pandemic currently affecting nations across the globe, Connecticut-based recording artiste Vitchous remains steadfast and continues to ‘Trust The Process’ with the release of his debut EP of the same name.
The former Portland (Jamaica) native now residing in Hartford, Connecticut is ready to make his international foray into the music industry and will not allow the current crisis to derail said plans. Vitchous, whose given name is Michael Bembridge intimat
Dancehall star Aidonia surprised fans Monday by releasing his long awaited album titled "Dats A Trap". The album is loaded with 17 tracks . The album features Aidonia's 4thgenna members Tanso, Size Ten, Shokryme and Jayds and is produced by 4th Genna Music . Take a listen to the album inside
Check out full Album here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Ob6a75Gv-g&feature=youtu.be
Buju Banton Talks New Album, Vybz Kartel still being able to run dancehall from jail, New wave of artists being Lazy, Trap Dancehall lacking authenticity and creativity ,Reggaeton Stealing From the Reggae/dancehall music and paying no respect, Afrobeats,Partnership with roc nation + More
Ahead of the LP, Chronixx on Friday shared the lead single “Dela Move” inspired by Admiral Bailey’s 1987 song of the same name, along with a music video directed by Nabil Elderkin, who has made music videos for the likes of Frank Ocean, Kanye West, Dua Lipa, and more.
Dela Splash, slated for release later this year, is the follow-up to Chronixx’s 2017 d
With just about a dozen studio albums and at least half a dozen more compilation albums under his belt, the last being Before The Dawn, released in 2010, many have been waiting, wondering what The Gargamel’s next body of work will be like, especially since his release from incarceration. Now, the wait is almost over.
Yes, Buju Banton, real name Mark Myrie, is set to release his latest album in just a couple months.
According to Banton’s co-manager, (producer and CEO of Penthouse Records) Donovan
Vybz Kartel looks to extend is hold on Dancehall through his Son's and proteges Likkle Vybz and Likkle Addi . The two have been releasing music and racking up views on streaming sites like Youtube over the pass 2 years. Now with the backing of the Dancehall King himself Vybz Kartel the two are gearing up to release a Ep album titled "Skinny Jeans". The album is expected to be released on February 28, 2020. Check out album over and track listing below
The 10 track EP will feature:
Dancehall artist Kranium is carrying the torch to bring more fire to the genre with his debut album, Midnight Sparks. Born in Montego Bay, Jamaica and raised in Jamaica, Queens, the star has a unique ear and varied experiences that make him a musical force. The Atlantic Records recording artist prides himself on his diverse ear, crediting Katy Perry, Justin Bieber, Drake, J. Cole and Rihanna for helping to shape the last decade of music. “I don’t have a favorite artist. I have favorite songs,” h
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