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Canada’s Reggae Songstress Ammoye will perform an opening set just before Sean Paul performs on Friday March 18th at the London Music Hall. The two time JUNO Award nominee (2013 and 2014) is well known for her brand of Reggae which fans call ‘love fueled,’ ‘conscious awakening’ and ‘motivational.’ Ammoye’s musical mission is to be a Light Worker which forms the foundation from which she creates chart topping music. Songs such as the socially charged “Shooting” addresses the issue of gun violence, while “Sorry” hears her apologize to her beauRead More
Internationally-acclaimed, Trinidad and Tobago-born and based entertainer Darryl “Farmer Nappy” Henry celebrates over 30 years in soca music and his rich legacy manifests with his new masterpiece album, House Of Soca, now available worldwide from all major digital retailers. Born and raised in the town of Siparia in southern Trinidad, Farmer Nappy is the definitive soca performer, presenting provocative lyrical styles and soulful vocal flows that span all spectrums of the genre, from calypso to groovy and everything in between. Farmer celebrates the 2016 Trinidad Carnival season in style, withRead More
After years of wearing many hats in the NYC music scene, Jason Scott Henderson is finally following his passion as solo musician GETOVERHER. “I’m a moody Scorpio, therefore I’m constantly either pushing someone away who loves me or I’m seeking the attention of someone who could care less.” he says. “I’m not perfect and I never will be but I am self-aware and willing to share all of my insecurities with anyone who needs to relate.” After riding shotgun withBoyslashfriend, GETOVERHER is ready to take the wheel and steer hisRead More
At 17 years old, a serendipitous encounter with Frank Sinatra and his long-time pal Jilly Rizzo changed the trajectory of Jamaican-born pianist Monty Alexander’s career forever: Alexander would soon become the house pianist for the famed Jilly’s club in New York City and develop a unique relationship with its most famous patron. Sinatra’s centennial elicits fond memories of Alexander’s time spent at the intimate hangout, and with the help of GRAMMY® Award-winning and DownBeat Critics Poll-dominating singer Kurt Elling, he will share stories and anecdotes from a treasured and rareRead More
Popular Disc Jockey turned producer has yet another reason to continue celebrating the unpredicted success of his immensely popular Jambe-An riddim. The riddim has made its way to the finals of International Soca Monarch competition in Trinidad and Tobago. One of the two Trinbagonian artistes featured on the Jambe-An riddim, Pternsky secured a spot in the finals of the highly anticipated Soca competition. His song, ‘Non Stop’ has been receiving tremendous support since its release. This may very well be the first time that a Jamaican production has secured aRead More
After Jah Jah Bless Me and One Love, Man A Hustler is the latest music video from Supa Squad (Mr. Marley & Zacky Man) that released last October their first EP. “Man a Hustler, comes from a fusion between dancehall, zouk bass and trap music, that shows our versatibility as producers and proves that dancehall can embrace new sounds. With a message of strength and motivation, Man a Hustler brings out the “soldier” that is inside of us.”, they say. Filmed in diferente territories such as Portugal, Romania and TaiwanRead More
Welcome to JamRock Reggae Cruise 2016, announces plans and partial lineup for 3rd Annual Expedition The 5-Night, Jamaica-Bound, Musical Voyage Will Embark November 14, 2016 on Royal Caribbean Featuring Performances by Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley, Stephen “Ragga” Marley, Toots & The Maytals, Steel Pulse, Sean Paul, Tarrus Riley, Bounty Killer, Mavado, Mr. Vegas, Junior Reid, Collie Buddz, Chaka Demus & Pliers, Romain Virgo, J Boog and Kabaka Pyramid ” an incredibly special experience…a rare opportunity for fans outside of Jamaica to catch their favorite artists.”- MTV News “stellar performances, livelyRead More
2015 Top 100 International Caribbean Songs for the year is a ranking of recorded music according to popularity. The Popularity is determined by air play, music sales, club play and online hits. Our Chart is not limited to genre. It shows the diversity and the creativity of Caribbean people around the World and most of all their impact on the global audience. Therefore, Reggae, R&B, Dancehall, Hip Hop, Zouk, Kompa, Soca, Reggaeton, Salsa, Calypso, etc. make up Tropicalfete Count Down Top 100 International Caribbean Songs for the year. Weekly ChartsRead More
//*Upcoming Releases* New Fall 2015 Music// Various Artists – Clarks in Jamaica (Oct 16), Greensleeves) LP & Vinyl Release Greensleeves, in conjunction with One Love Books, is proud to present Clarks in Jamaica, the album tie-in with Al Fingers’ critically acclaimed book of the same name which chronicles the celebrated status of Clarks shoes in Jamaica. The compilation showcases classics from the golden age of dancehall music that celebrate Jamaica’s love affair with the iconic English footwear brand. Al, who compiled the album says “Growing up in England I’ve alwaysRead More
Bad Boys of Reggae from the Caribbean Island of Jamaica are coming to The Philippines ! Get ready to SWEAT and enjoy the “GAMES PEOPLE PLAY” as the Bad Boys bring their One Love Reggae Revolution Tour to Cebu City, Manila, & Boracay for 3 exclusive shows !Read More