Monthly Archives: "March 2016"

Soca’s superwoman Nadia Batson gets real on her sixth full-length studio effort “Real”. Born in Tunapuna and based in Arima in Trinidad and Tobago, Real marks Batson’s prolific 10-year anniversary in the soca music industry, during which she has carved an unprecedented niche for herself as a bonafide triple-threat, simultaneously donning the songwriter, performer and producer hats that catapulted her as the ultimate femme fetale in Caribbean music. Her multi-faceted talents have earned her an incomparable spot in the limelight consistently for years now, and Real keeps her atop theRead More
The “Father You Are My Source” tour is a celebration of Caribbean Gospel Inspirational, stirring and exhilarating music for the whole family featuring renowned Stephen Murphy, Nanamous and Kweli Simba. Speaking of this inspirational musical journey, the tour organizers explained “The Father You are My Source Tour seeks to demonstrate that not in our own strength we succeed but that our strength comes from Jehovah the source of all good things. As individual artists; we understand that unity is strength and as soldiers on a mission the joining of musicalRead More
It would be evident when watching this video that Singer/Songwriter/Producer Kerwin Du Bois drew major influence from one of the most creative minds in music; POP legend Michael Jackson. If you are wondering whether Kerwin’s love for music was heavily influenced by MJ, the answer is YES. It has never been Kerwin’s prerogative to be average or normal and this video is reinforcement of this. Not that he is trying to be ARROGANT… well … if he was, it would be understandable (all sarcasm intended.) Kerwin would admit, creating thisRead More
Assassin a.k.a Agent Sasco’s brand new album The Theory of Reggaetivity debuts this week at #3 on the highly-coveted U.S. Billboard Reggae Chart. He is the only Jamaican artist to land in the Top 5 this week – in between the ranks of the Southern Californian band Stick Figure (who hit #1) and the Grammy-winning UK singer Joss Stone (who trailed behind him at #4) and Hawaiian band Iration (who followed at #5). Assassin’s The Theory of Reggaetivity is his first album in almost a decade and a new directionRead More
Tessanne Chin’s latest single, “Love Suicide,” is a sweeping, soulful ballad of reckless affection. The single captures the essence of finding love so powerful that it is all together consuming and exhilarating. “Love Suicide,” released on her own imprint Chinita Entertainment. Known for her powerhouse vocals and striking range, Tessanne Chin is in the studio working on her third album. She cultivates elements of Soul, Pop, and R&B, but always with a little island flare that sets her apart from her peers. These features in Chin’s music are realized toRead More
Santana Merchandise Purchase direct in Trinidad. Contact 868 713-6974 to place your order   This week’s Delivery Schedule: Friday 4th March POS 10am- $15 Grand Bazaar 11am -$20 Price Plaza Chag 12noon – $25 Trincity Mall 1:15pm – $25   Saturday 5th March TOBAGO MovieTowne 12pm- $50   International customers Shop online Santana Online Store   Including men’s, women’s and kids tshirts, sweaters, shorts, boxers, phone cases, mugs and much more now available online.Read More
Raging Fyah, one of Jamaica’s most promising roots reggae bands of this generation, announces U.S. Spring tour with American reggae band Stick Figure. The five-piece Kingston collective will play solo dates in Colorado and Arizona (from March 1-5) beforing supporting Stick Figure in mid-March until end of April for the 25-city cross-country Set In Stone Tour. Raging Fyah will return back to the U.S. at end of May for the annual Cali Roots Festival. The progessive reggae band is also gearing up for the release of their eagerly-awaited studio albumRead More
Producer and engineer Collin “Bulby” York rallies Jamaican superstars – Beres Hammond, Bounty Killer, Tenor Saw, Assassin, Lee “Scratch” Perry, Jesse Royal, Maxi Priest, Cherine, Sizzla, Busy Signal, Lutan Fyah and more – for his debut album Epic & Ting. Bulby’s sound spans multiple genres – merging reggae, dancehall, dub and EDM into a style of his own. As one of Jamaica’s most in-demand studio men, the Kingston-born producer has put his touch on signature dancehall records by Sean Paul, Bounty Killer and Beenie Man and also worked with theRead More
Former Subkonshus recording artiste, Darrio, has shot his first official music video since his exit from the Subkonshus camp last year. The video is aligned to the edgy and sexy single ‘Friend With Benefits’ (FWB) recorded on the recently released ‘No Apology’ Riddim for Craigy T’s Gafjam Records label. “It has been a process of revamping and reanalyzing the new image and direction for my career and organizing the flow with the new members of PROJECT Darrio, we are now ready to churn out all the new material that IRead More