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Capsicum Records/mario cheef ent reggae artist Cuban Cohiba credits the growth and popularity of his world-wide tour and household name to Capsicum label’s co-executive producers Roger Meltzer,Stampede Lammie,s Street Charts in Jamaica for frist putting his real Cuban Cohiba Cigar image on his artist of the month artist to watch charts that blast Cuban Cohiba to be know global today, and Osborne “Ifield” Joseph of Paco Recordings who lay down the tracks for the title tune (Enuf Is Enough, his sponsors at Bud Lite, Hickey Brothers Cigars and Red Stripe,Read More
All systems ablaze for Ms Triniti as she heads to Jamaica for the release of her brand new single and video for “If I was ur Girl” which promises to be an instant hit with it’s infectious Dancehall Beat and undeniable hook. Ms Triniti will certainly be looking to top the Jamaican charts again, with three Top 5 singles and one Number 1 single already under her belt! The video gives us a very sexy up close and personal with Ms Triniti as she tries to tantalize the man inRead More
nominees below: Best Caribbean Performance “Man Down” -Rihanna “Summer Time” -Vybz Kartel “Wotless” -Kes The Band “Bend Over” – Machel Montano “Delilah” – Movado Best New Artist Bruno Mars Marsha Ambrosius Miguel Frank Ocean Best Male R&B/Soul Artist Trey Songz Chris Brown R. Kelly Miguel Cee Lo Green Eric Benet Centric Award Ledisi Raphael Saddiq Bilal Anthony David Aloe Blacc Best Caribbean Performance “Man Down” -Rihanna “Summer Time” -Vybz Kartel “Wotless” -Kes The Band “Bend Over” – Machel Montano “Delilah” – Movado Best Gospel Performance “I Smile” – Kirk FranklinRead More

Posted On October 21, 2011By altonIn Music Reviews, Music-News Radio, News

DUB MASTER. PRINCE POLO

“Heavy dub soundscapes and bass EQ deeper than the Pacific Ocean. Flashes of reggae, Latin and Italian sounds drift through the record, crafting a portrait of the borough’s ethnically diverse population… [Prince Polo] takes the role of a producer a step forward, not simply painting, but sculpting the sound aesthetics, shifting various elements to produce a textural glow that rises and drops with its own moods and ambitions.” THE PIER MAGAZINE Brooklyn-based reggae/dub producer, musician, and engineer, Prince Polo, takes an evolutionary approach to Jamaican roots, digital dub and cumbiaRead More
New York, NY (October 21, 2011): After a successful European summer tour, Third World has hit the ground running with the planning of the second installment of their Spirit Lives concert series. The first, which premiered in New York City at the Highline Ballroom on April 5, 2011, featured artists Tessanne Chin and Donahue Jarrett. By rave reviews and popular demand, the group will host the second series at the Roxy Theatre in Los Angeles on Wednesday, November 16, 2011 at 8:00PM. Celebrating 38 years and introducing their 23rd album,Read More
New York, NY (Thursday 20th October 2011) – The official release of the Honorees & Nominees for iSA 9. On Wednesday 19th October 2011 at Trotters, the SAO Soca Awards Ltd. launched the 9th Annual International Soca Awards (iSA) and released the Honorees & Nominees for 2011. The day finally came Wednesday 19th October 2011 marks the official media launch of the 9th Annual International Soca Awards (iSA), which was held at Trotters, and it was a very exciting time for the Soca Awards family. Just five (5) short weeksRead More
Jamaica, October 2011:-Few Jamaican artistes have been able to consistently churn out relevant material locally, maintaining a large and loyal fan base while at the same time having an international appeal, Ce’Cile is one. Known as the Bad Gyal of Jamaican music, Ce’Cile is fresh and clean with a new album called Jamaicanization, New Videos and new dancehall tracks which will be essential to any popular DJ’s playlist. LOCAL APPEAL Over the past months the artiste has maintained her presence locally with dancehall tracks such as Woot Woot (Smoking Riddim),Read More
Basseterre, St.Kitts October 2011:- St.Kitts-Nevis’ undisputed Soca Diva Jacinth “Shakki” Cao has released the first official single for St.Kitts-Nevis Sugar Mas 2011/12 . The single “Party Plenty” is a another classic groovy soca hit which will no doubt ensure the Kittitian Diva’s standings among the likes of Claudette Peters, Allison Hinds and Destra as the region’s Premier Female Soca Acts. The track is scheduled to be released on St.Kitts Freedom FM’s Island Riddims show with popular radio personality EK , WINN FM’s Killing Drive Time with GQ and the SugarRead More
Kingston, Jamaica – October 2011; With the global success of Singing Melody’s song “Collide” Shem Music Group has just released the video, adding momentum in market anticipation for the January 17th, 2012 release of the artists forthcoming album ‘They Call Me Mr. Melody.’ The video, shot entirely on location in Kingston, Jamaica, flows with the theme of a couple who is separated due to a mistake made on the part of the man. That mistake sees his in jail for some time, causing both he and his girl to reflectRead More
Kingston, JA/New York, NY – October 18, 2011 – (RAINE PR): Tad’s Record is once again partnering with Reggae icon Gregory Isaacs’ African Museum label for Gregory Isaacs -The African Museum & Tad’s Collection Vol. II , which will be released on October 25th, marking the one year anniversary of Isaacs’ passing. Part proceeds from the album sales will be donated to the Gregory Isaacs Foundation, which was established by his widow June Isaacs earlier this year. Ms. Isaacs will also utilize the tribute album to launch a drug awarenessRead More