Beenie Man Says Dancehall Needs More Collaborative Riddims

Veteran Artist Says Dancehall Is Lacking Unity Because Of Less Juggling In a recent interview with OnStage, dancehall legend Beenie Man shared his thoughts on the current state of the genre, expressing concerns about the disappearance of collaborative juggling riddims and the lack of unity among artists. The King of the Dancehall emphasized the importance […]

Spice’s All-Female Dancehall Riddim Receives Enthusiastic Support from Fellow Artistes

The Dancehall Queen’s Latest Project Aims to Advance the Position of Women in the Genre Kingston, Jamaica — The recent announcement of Spice’s all-female dancehall rhythm has been met with excitement and support from fellow dancehall artistes, who believe it will help promote the position of women in the industry. Historically, dancehall has been dominated […]

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 & […]