The Best New Music This Week: Chronic Law, Mavado, Jahvillani, Gregory Isaacs x Sean Paul, Tina (Hoodcelebrityy), Talia Goddess

Another week and’s fervent music team is back, having traversed the sprawling horizons of dancehall and reggae to present to you the creme de la creme of this week’s releases. Prepare to be serenaded by the old and the new, the profound and the fun. Here are this week’s top picks:

‘War Cycle’ by Chronic Law

Produced by Extended Play Records, Building Block Entertainment, and Dont Snooze Production, Chronic Law proves to be the prolific counterpart to Vybz Kartel when it comes to releasing music and feeding his fan base. Through “War Cycle,” he provides a deep dive into the enduring traumas of life in Jamaica’s disadvantaged neighborhoods, echoing the grim reality with passion.

‘Not Sorry’ by Mavado

An artist who believes in quality over quantity, Mavado’s latest offering “Not Sorry” underscores this ethos. While he may not saturate the streets with tracks like his peers, when he delivers, he ensures it’s worth every second of the wait. Dive into this track and experience Mavado’s signature flow, riding effortlessly over the beats.

‘Bless Me’ by Jahvillani

Black State Records crafts the enchanting ‘Eternity Riddim’ backdrop for Jahvillani’s “Bless Me.” Channeling introspective and motivational energies, this conscious dancehall track serves as the ideal soundtrack for some reflective morning meditation.

‘Another Try’ by Gregory Isaacs feat. Sean Paul

From the REBIRTH OF THE COOL RULER album, King Jammy reignites Gregory Isaacs’ legacy from the late ’80s and ’90s, pairing him with iconic acts such as Shaggy, Bounty Killer, Junior Reid, and Sean Paul. With “Another Try,” Sean Paul impeccably complements the timeless voice of Isaacs, offering a refreshing take on a classic reggae tune.

‘Pon Mi Sneakers’ by Tina (Hoodcelebrityy)

Tina, better known as Hoodcelebrityy, brings forth “Pon Mi Sneakers,” an anthem that’s sure to be a staple in dancehall parties around the world. Her vibrant spirit and lyrical prowess make this track a must-listen.

‘FOREVER YOUNG’ by Talia Goddess always has its ear to the ground for fresh voices, and with Talia Goddess’s “FOREVER YOUNG,” we’ve stumbled upon a budding gem in the dancehall scene. If you’re seeking some fresh tracks for your playlist and a new artist to root for, look no further.

And there you have our top picks for the week, each bringing its own flavor and flair to the diverse soundscape of dancehall and reggae. Update your playlists and get lost in the musical brilliance. As always, stay tuned to for more sizzling updates from the world of music