Dancehall Superstar Sean Paul Aims to Connect Dancehall and Reggaeton Markets with Latest Track ‘Dem Time Deh’ Featuring Manuel Turizo

On a recent episode of “The Kelly Clarkson Show,” Grammy-winning artist Sean Paul delved into his latest musical venture, the single “Dem Time Deh” featuring Manuel Turizo. This track, now available on various music platforms, is not just another addition to his extensive repertoire. It stands as a significant effort to blend dancehall reggae and […]

The Changing Musical Landscape: A Wake-up Call for Jamaica’s “Traphall” Artists

The tectonic plates of the music industry are shifting. As they reposition, Afrobeat and the Latin American sounds, especially Reggaeton, rise to the surface, catching the attention of major record labels. But what does this shift mean for Jamaica, the birthplace of reggae and dancehall, and more recently, Traphall music? Traphall, a fusion of Jamaican […]

“Dem take we style!” Beenie Man alludes to Afrobeat taking over Dancehall’s unique style

Dancehall, with its deep and influential history, has undeniably been a foundational pillar for many music genres that emerged after it. Afrobeats, although unique with its West African essence, bears evident marks of Dancehall rhythms and beats. Dancehall veteran Beenie Man recently shed light on this, asserting that Afrobeats’ evolution began with artists copying and […]

Steely & Clevie Challenge Motion to Dismiss Copyright Suit Involving Reggaetón Stars

Steely & Clevie Productions responded assertively to several motions aiming to drop their extensive copyright violation lawsuit against top Reggaetón icons, such as Bad Bunny, Luis Fonsi, Daddy Yankee, Pitbull, Drake, and Justin Bieber. The Jamaican firm, in recent filings in a California court, argued that their 1989 Fish Market riddim, globally recognized as Dem […]

Steely & Clevie’s Reggaeton Lawsuit Expands to Include Drake, Bad Bunny, and Numerous Other Artists

Jamaican music producers Wycliffe “Steely” Johnson and Cleveland “Clevie” Browne’s reggaeton lawsuit has escalated significantly, now implicating high-profile artists such as Drake, Bad Bunny, and numerous others in the case. This ground-breaking legal battle has sparked a heated discussion about Reggaeton’s origins and its relationship with intellectual property rights. Initially filed in 2022, Steely & […]