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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
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
Inner Circle remake Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg’s “Young, Wild & Free” with I-Octane and Bizerk Miami – Inner Circle teams up with reggae artist I-Octane and upcoming recording artist Bizerk of Alligator City on an island vibe remake of Wiz Khalifa and Snoop Dogg’s recording “Young, Wild & Free”. Most people know Inner Circle via “Sweat” and “Bad Boys” the ubiquitous “Cops” theme song that typified Inner Circle as one of reggae’s most successful groups ever. On the legendary band’s latest release Blazzin Fire: Classic Cuts the album capturesRead More
Acclaimed “Miss Miles – the woman of the world” extends for three final nights in Port of Spain Monday 21st NOVEMBER, 2011 (PORT OF SPAIN, TRINIDAD): Tony Hall’s acclaimed new play featuring Cecilia Salazar – Miss Miles: the Woman of the World – returns for a record fifth week in Port of Spain this Friday 25 – Sunday 27th November at the Little Carib Theatre. This will be the final run in Port of Spain for 2011. Heralded by audiences and critics alike, the overwhelming public response has promoted notRead More
Resurgent deejay Ojukwu Simpson more popularly known as Ninja Kid continues to gain traction on the local entertainment circuit with the release of several singles and a new video. With the festive season fast approaching the ‘Menke’ singer has partnered with telecommunication giants Digicel for their ‘Rappa-Pam-Pam Dis Christmas’ promotion. Ninja Kid under the tutelage of acclaimed producer Christopher Birch, recorded the track that provides the backdrop for the audio and visuals currently in rotation on various media outlets. “I am very appreciative to be able to work with aRead More

Posted On November 21, 2011By altonIn Competitions, Music-News Radio, News

Nadia Batson's – NO PRESSURE

Nadia Batson’s not about to miss a beat as the season of revelry in Trinidad and Tobago unfolds. The heightened level of intensity is owed to her strong yearning to give only the best of herself and her band SASS, in C2K12 and beyond. On the heels of the band’s launch last Wednesday, November 9 at Anchorage, Batson on Thursday, November 17 released a single she had been perfecting for weeks. No Pressure was produced by Martian Music and mastered by GBM Productions out of NYC. ” This one isRead More
Trinidad. November 2011————- The producer with the swag of a stunner’s at it again. Holy House Production’s Mr. Spine has been known for creating some of the most amazing beats out of T&T with the young artistes of the Millionaire Family riding them hard in recent years. Now, ahead of Carnival 2012 in T&T, the man who usually sits behind the scenes and directs the sound is prepared to stand at the fore, ready to deliver some tough ‘stuff’ as he delves into the realm of being an artiste. ARead More
New York: Thunderous applause and a standing ovation from avid literary arts lovers cheered Jamaican writer Jean Lowrie-Chin on last night at the New York City launch of her book Souldance at the corporate offices of Ruder Finn Inc in midtown Manhattan. The audience in the jam-packed room was riveted by the passionate and dynamic readings of some of Lowrie Chin’s favorite poems and writings, some of which go back several years. It seemed the audience could not get enough of the soul-stirring lyrics from yard, and the session reachedRead More
Trinidad. November, 2011————- Tobago won’t be left behind, especially when they’ve got great things to offer the world. That’s the ideals of one of Tobago’s rising superstars who goes by the name, Telecruz. He’s been around, but in case you missed him, it must be told that Telecruz’s infectious melody and mesmerizing tone, has made it all the way to Sweden and back. These days the Crown Point native is working hard to get his foot in the door as Carnival 2012 rears its head. He only recently released aRead More
New York – Noverber 2011: Written by Mystie Thongs – In a world that changes trends and tastes faster than one can blink a fake eyelash, Christmas remains the one time of year we all hold steadfast to tradition. For the past six years one production team, comprising of Natasha Andrews-Noel and Shawn Noel, has been giving parang lovers a musical anchor in West Indian Christmas tradition in their Christmas Parang Compilations. 2012 is no exception. According to Natasha, co-owner and managing director of the team, “This year we haveRead More