The Best New Music This Week: Buju Banton x Stephen Marley, Sean Paul, Chronic Law x Natty Gargo, NadG, Roze Don, King Imxge

This week on, our tireless music staff is back at it, navigating the maze of new releases to bring you the latest and most thrilling sounds in the dancehall and reggae universe. From anticipated collaborations to rhythmically-charged anthems, these tracks are here to set the tone for your weekend. Here are the top six picks for the best new music this week.

‘Feel Away’ by Buju Banton ft. Stephen Marley

Leading our list is a stellar track from reggae giants Buju Banton and Stephen Marley. “Feel Away” stands out as one of the highlight tracks from Buju’s freshly released album “Born for Greatness”. The two powerhouses come together to deliver an upbeat track dedicated to the ladies, reminding us of their individual brilliance when they collaborate. Dive into the album for more auditory delights.

‘Bedroom Tactics’ by Sean Paul

Ever-consistent Sean Paul jumps onto the most blazing riddim in dancehall right now, and the result? Another club banger. “Bedroom Tactics” showcases Sean Paul’s iconic style and unmistakable rhythm, confirming that the artist still has the Midas touch.

‘Stop Lie’ by Chronic Law ft. Natty Gargo

Chronic Law, known for his relentless work rate, pairs up with Natty Gargo for “Stop Lie”. Straying from the gun-themed releases we’ve seen recently, this track emerges as a street anthem for the playas out there, striking a chord with the dancehall community.

‘Nuh Boring Gyal’ by NadG

NadG rides the wave of the dancehall-dominating Big Bunx Riddim with “Nuh Boring Gyal”. Catering to his female fan base, this track promises to be the soundtrack for many a dancehall night, with its infectious rhythm urging listeners to move.

‘Michael Jackson’ by Roze Don

Produced by the illustrious DJ Frass, “Michael Jackson” is Roze Don’s testament to creative genius. This inventive track showcases why Roze Don is rising rapidly through the dancehall ranks. Rather than spoil it with words, we urge you to give it a listen and experience its brilliance.

‘Bam Bam Bidam Bam’ by King Imxge

King Imxge channels the essence of dancehall in “Bam Bam Bidam Bam”. It’s playful, catchy, and hard-hitting – reminiscent of Skillibeng’s knack for turning gun tracks into anthems. A surefire hit, this track begs to be played on repeat.

And there you have it! Our top six picks for this week’s hottest tracks. Be sure to add these fiery numbers to your playlist and lose yourself in the beat. For more dancehall and reggae updates, keep it locked on