Monthly Archives: "November 2011"

Posted On November 29, 2011By altonIn Competitions, News


This year TIZZY & EL-AKRU said “IT Nar Guh Normal” and it definitely wasn’t. TIZZY & EL-AKRU promised to bring you more, Its finally here, BRAND NEW release, Click on the link below and enjoy this wonderful glance into the life of KRU-MANIA in super high definition.Read More
On Friday December 2nd Eva Fresh Labels Inc. in association with Badamm Entertainment will present The World Sponsor Tour, a showcase of four of New York City’s most promising dancehall reggae acts, to be held at Crystal Blue at 74-02 101 Avenue, Ozone Park Queens. Representing the next generation of Jamaican-American superstars are Rally Bop, Mr. Maddadan, Phantom J and Lyngah. The hard-hitting rap-reggae fusion delivered by Rally Bop, born Rohan Wilson, has earned him performance slots on several prominent stage shows in the New York area including The WestchesterRead More

Posted On November 29, 2011By altonIn News

Reggae Latino Fest 2011: Cultura Profetica

CULTURA PROFÉTICA has become a powerful musical independent phenomenon, led by four young and talented puertorricans. Crossing the frontiers of more than 15 countries, their artistic proposal attempts to erase ideological barriers, transcending generational values. Cultura’s music carries a positive message thru motivational and original songs. They have accomplished a unique style, rich in rhythms and sounds where a reggae roots base is seasoned with touches of jazz, salsa, hip-hop, ska, funk, “world music”, popular Brazilian music and all Afro Caribbean roots in general. Cultura Profética began to make historyRead More

Posted On November 29, 2011By altonIn Uncategorized

Busy Christmas for Singer Colin Levy

November 2011: – ‘Twill be a busy Christmas for reggae singer, Colin Levy, as he takes time out of the recording studio to perform for fans. Although Levy is “very driven” and totally focused on getting out his album, Unleashed, while putting the finishing touches on his autobiographical novel, he says there are a few shows in Jamaica that he simply must attend. Among them are the Jagra GT Taylor Christmas Extravaganza to be held in Independence Park in St Elizabeth on December 25; Yard Fest Family Fun Day, aRead More

Posted On November 29, 2011By altonIn Competitions, News


FIRE FUSION LD FYA EMPRESS/MR.FUSION Singer and songwriter Fya Empress hails from the beautiful island of St. Vincent. Whilst no stranger to the stage, she has quickly risen to prominence throughout the Caribbean for her contribution on this year’s Born Bad riddim produced by Alex Barnwell with a track titled “Sak Passe.” Her performance of the single landed her 3rd place in this year’s St. Vincent Ragga Monarch competition and has been hitting up the airwaves across the soca music scene. Her previous singles No Money No Wuk and WaterRead More
TRINIDAD & TOBAGO: “Christmas begins with the Marionettes”, say their loyal patrons. So Christmas begins this Friday 2nd December at the Queen’s Hall, when the Marionettes presents a concert with a difference: “Christmas with the Marionettes: A Prayer for Peace II”. This is the second instalment of the Marionettes’ “Prayer for Peace” series, the first being in 2001 after the events of 11 September. And this year, more than ever before, the Marionettes is working to usher in a spirit of peace, joy, forgiveness and thanksgiving this holiday season. “ARead More

Posted On November 29, 2011By altonIn News, Uncategorized

Kiko Dan… Looking for ‘Ah Hit’

New York, NY – As Carnival 2012 approaches fast and furiously, lovers of the bacchanal season have witnessed the launch of numerous new mas bands and even a new musical outfit. Adding to this festivity, several new artistes have decided to throw their hats into the festival ring. Newcomer to the Soca arena Kiko Dan aspires to not only have his name known in C2K12 but to also to ride the wave of success with his latest release entitled “Ah Hit”. This groovy Soca offering from Kiko Dan has theRead More

Posted On November 29, 2011By altonIn Competitions, News

Tad's Record Unveils the Phantom

Kingston, JA/New York – November 2011 : With a finger on the pulse of Reggae’s bustling industry, Tad’s Record introduces a brand new series dedicated to showcasing a variety of Jamaica’s outstanding young hitmakers. The Phantom Series – makes its debut next month with The Phantom Series Vol. I – Various Artists featuring music from Dancehall front-runners Khago, I-Octane, Jah Vinci, and Zamunda. The Phantom Series Vol. I hits digital outlets and retail stores on Friday, December 9th. The Phantom Series Vol. I – Various Artists features 23 singles includingRead More
New York, NY, Nov 2011: Music fans in New York and D.C. will be able to close off 2011 on a high note as master pianist, Monty Alexander, continues to celebrate his 50th year anniversary of performing by offering up a mélange of music from Jamaica to Sinatra and Cole this December. Alexander, whose recent album, “Uplift” has held the number one spot on the Jazz World Radio charts for 14 straight weeks, will pay tribute to his musical heroes – Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole – as partRead More
About Hailing from the twin islands of Trinidad & Tobago, a new songstress is set to acquire her fair share of the soca industry. With so many beautiful female voices blessing the genre, it is rare that a new talent is noticed. But Kenyba Precious McLean will not go unheard. Born on April 8, 1987 in the small town of Arima Trinidad, Kenyba began her journey while attending Arouca Anglican Primary School. She was introduced to music through her father, Kenneth McLean (deceased) and mother, Kathleen Aberdeen McLean. When theyRead More