Monthly Archives: "November 2013"

New York, NY – Trinidad and Tobagonian Gospel reggae artist Joel “Positive” Murray celebrated his seven-year journey in music at Trinidad and Tobago’s first-ever Gospel all-inclusive extravaganza, Chapter 7 – Blessing After Blessing, on Saturday, November 9, 2013 in Diego Martin, Trinidad. Backed by his ultra-talented Signature Band, Positive guided the avid audience through his entire catalog, touching on his versatile sounds and songs ranging from traditional Gospel classics to reggae and dancehall-influenced gems, making for a more contemporary and modern take on Gospel, for which he is known. TheRead More
There’s no stopping the success of Trinidadian vocalist Bunji Garlin’s latest anthem “Differentology.” The soca star’s song will be featured on tonight’s episode of ABC’s top-rated TV drama series Grey’s Anatomy. Tune in tonight (Nov. 21) at 9pm ET / 8pm CT to watch out for the jam in season 10, episode 10, titled “Somebody That I Used to Know.” “Differentology” is also quickly becoming one of the NBA’s new favorite arena anthems. It aired this week during the Brooklyn Nets vs. Portland Trail Blazers game at Barclays Center onRead More
New comer Redeem has entered an agreement which will see him voicing on several rhythms for top Zimbabwe production company, ABRA Records. The agreement was made through his PR team, MJE who believes that as dancehall grows around the globe, it is important to connect and work with producers in countries outside of Jamaica. The first project that will feature MJE artist, Redeem, is the “Come on Riddim” produced by JUSA (of Zimbabwe who is an artist in his own right). It is scheduled to be released on December 15thRead More
POS, Trinidad – The upcoming T&T Carnival 2014 season will be a long and competitive one as several artistes from near and far have already thrown their hats into the ring for Soca supremacy. One such entertainer is South Carolina based Soca artiste, Champeon, who recently released his J’ouvert inspired contribution “Red Devil”. The Trinidad-born Champeon whose real name is Ronnel Ramirez created “Red Devil” as homage to the traditional Carnival character known as the Jab Jab. The song was written by Champeon and mastered, arranged and produced by hitRead More
Jamaican reggae artist Wayne Marshall rallies in dancehall star Cham and rappers Ace Hood and Waka Flocka on his brand new song “Go Harder,” the remix of Marshall’s 2012 hit “Go Hard.” The Damian Marley produced track is off Marshall’s upcoming EP Tru Colors, which drops Nov 26, and his new studio album, carrying the same name, available on Jan 21, 2014. Both releases will be released on the Marley-owned label Ghetto Youths International and distributed by Thirty Tigers / Sony Red. The 5-song EP showcases Marshall’s range as singer,Read More
Caribbean Gospel artist Nathanael enjoys a strong introduction to the international music industry with the release of two singles, “Faith” and “God Alone,” both available worldwide from all major digital retailers on November 4. The Trinidad-born, Jamaica-bred artist brings his diverse heritage and versatile voice to the music scene, thereby creating reggae and R&B-influenced Gospel. Fellow Trinidadian natives Precision Productions produced both singles, as this continued fusion of Caribbean sounds with Gospel music cultivates and boosts the appeal of modern-day Gospel, thus nurturing the genre as it continues to flourishRead More
Caribbean Gospel artist Nathanael enjoys a strong introduction to the international music industry with the release of two singles, “Faith” and “God Alone,” both available worldwide from all major digital retailers on November 4. The Trinidad-born, Jamaica-bred artist brings his diverse heritage and versatile voice to the music scene, thereby creating reggae and R&B-influenced Gospel. Fellow Trinidadian natives Precision Productions produced both singles, as this continued fusion of Caribbean sounds with Gospel music cultivates and boosts the appeal of modern-day Gospel, thus nurturing the genre as it continues to flourishRead More
KINGSTON, JAMAICA | NOVEMBER 11, 2013 | Dancehall superstar Demarco and members of his True Gift Entertainment team have been hailed as heroes by a group of doctors attached to the University of the West Indies Hospital, following a serious car accident that almost claimed the life of a woman on Saturday Night. The incident unfolded on Saturday, November 9th in the vicinity of Burlington Avenue and Westminster Road while Demarco and his team were engaged in a game of football at their studio compound. Amidst the game a loudRead More
NaldinYo and the Latin Connection NaldinYo is a Caribbean/Latin entertainer doing music with fusions of Latin and Soca. His Mother, Claudia Smith aka D’ Calypso Girl was the winner of the first Calypso Competition held in Ciudad Guyana, Venezuela and also the lead singer of the fusion band The Uptights in Venezuela which was formerly The Rockefeller Combos in Trinidad. His father Felix Jose Luces Farias was the Owner/Musical Arranger of Steel Pan Guyana, a musical ensemble in Ciudad Guyana, Venezuela in the 1970’s who reveled in the music ofRead More
SKINNY FABULOUS – BTW (BEHAVING THE WORST) Skinny Fabulous makes a big contribution in the Soca arena with his newest release BTW (Behaving the Worst). This song comes as the sequel to the already very popular track performed by Machel Montano – Happiest Man Alive (HMA), written by Skinny and produced by Alex “Kubiyashi” Barnwell. The two artistes have always enjoyed a long standing working relationship – this latest project comes as an evolution to this professional relationship. The two artistes are known for big collaborations in the past onRead More