The Best New Music This Week: Tommy Lee Sparta, Popcaan x Anju Blaxx, Chronic Law, Vybz Kartel, Mr. Vegas, The 9ine x Rubi Rose, Capleton, Knaxx

Dive into another week of sensational tunes on Our team has been on the prowl, searching for the tracks that will set your speakers on fire and elevate your music collection. Spanning dancehall heavyweights to the freshest talents, this week’s list packs a punch. Let’s delve into the best new music releases this week:

‘Touch The Road’ by Tommy Lee Sparta

Straight out of the studio of Damage Musiq, Tommy Lee Sparta marks his territory with “Touch The Road”. Since his release from prison, Tommy Lee had a few missteps on some of the previous collaborations he did after getting out, but with this track, he’s back in full force. This is precisely what fans have been clamoring for – a track that screams to be played on repeat every time you head out.

‘Nyqui’ by Popcaan ft Anju Blaxx

Anju Blaxx is not just featured, but also the mastermind producer behind this banger. Whenever Popcaan and Anju Blaxx fuse their talents, it’s guaranteed to be a hit, and this occasion is no exception. This sultry number is pure vibes, perfect for setting the mood in the strip club (Sidenote: This track is really a petty diss aimed at dancehall artist Dynique after she used images of Popcaan eating a watermelon to promote one of her songs about a freaky partner. 😂)

‘Gun Estate’ by Chronic Law

Though “Gun Estate” may have slipped past our radar when it first dropped a few weeks back, the recent video release demands attention. Chronic Law aficionados will know what to expect: unmatched gun lyrics that few in the dancehall scene can rival. Skillibeng might come close, but the Law Boss holds his ground with tracks like this.

‘Only Fans’ by Vybz Kartel

Aiko Pon Di Beat crafts the infectious beat that Kartel rides effortlessly in “Only Fans”. The track’s title might give a hint, but when you press play, you realize why Kartel boasts one of the largest female fan bases in dancehall. From his signature flow to the seductive lyrics, it’s a certified bop that will have the females slow whining on the dance floor.

‘God Out (Enuh)’ by Mr. Vegas

Vegas proves time and time again that his talent is evergreen. “God Out (Enuh)” might just be his next big hit, reminiscent of the magic he brought with ‘I Am Bless’ in 2009. Do yourself a favor and add this to your playlist; you’ll thank us later.

‘Obsessed With Me’ by The 9ine and Rubi Rose

A collaboration we never knew we needed until now. The 9ine and Rubi Rose merge their unique styles for “Obsessed With Me”, resulting in an audibly appealing blend of seductive and party vibes. Don’t sleep on this one; give it the streams it deserves.

‘Say Them Love You’ by Capleton

Taking us on a soulful journey, Capleton delivers “Say Them Love You”, a conscious reggae number that speaks about the duplicity of love. Produced by Richburg Music and Nyle Banks Music Group on the Precious Time Riddim, the Maestro showcases his unparalleled ability to blend profound messages with intoxicating rhythms.

‘Big Food’ by Knaxx

Ending our list on a high is “Big Food” by Knaxx. Crafted masterfully by Gego Don Records and KD Music, this track is the anthem the streets have been waiting for. Tailored for the scammers and the flossers, it’s no surprise that this tune is set to become a staple in every streetwise playlist.

There you have it! Eight unmissable tracks to elevate your music experience this week. From dancehall anthems to conscious reggae, there’s something for every palate. Ensure these tracks find their rightful place in your playlist. Keep your ears locked to for the finest sounds in dancehall and reggae.