Alliance Next Generation artist Calado continues to surge forward as one of dancehall‘s and Bounty Killer‘s brightest young protege. Since the start of 2012 he has been doing alot of recordings aiming to penetrate the hardcore dancehall fans, yet this maybe the right formula he has been looking for, as this video will surely amass a pouring in of love from the ‘streets’. The video is an underground video but will be available for the mainstream audience as he has already penned an edited version to be released soon.
The song titled ‘Run’, stresses on the street credibility
of himself (Calado), Bounty Killer and ANG and suggests that disrespecting them in any way or form may only leave you one option, and that is to ‘RUN’!!!! The song is produced by Cannon/DreDay Records
and the video is directed by Cash Flow Records
It is expected that this underground video will create a definite buzz in the streets, youtube and on internet websites
. The video should be released in another week . In extension Calado along with Bounty Killer and the entire ANG Camp would like to thank all supporters and fans who came out to support this music video shoot on March 24, 2012 at the Tarrant Playfield (Off Molynes Road) in St. Andrew
. To see exclusive photos please go to the following links
Jamaica based, Reggae/Dancehall recording artist, Karamanti is enjoying success in a few African countries with songs that are being well received in their respective territories.
For several months now, her song entitled “West Africa” has been somewhat of an anthem for certain communities in parts of West Africa. The song, which has received well over 15,000 you tube hits and counting, speaks of her love for, and connection with the people of West Africa.
Recently, Karamanti was asked by Ghanaian based producer, and radio personality, Strike Dee, to record a song for his production company, S-Dee Music. The outcome was a single called “African Song” that was officially released in Ghana at the beginning of March and already is getting heavy radio rotation on several commercial stations in the region. Karamanti and her team are also in talks with promoters in Ghana about the possibility of a tour before the year is out.
Other African countries that are rapidly connecting with Karamanti’s music are Malawi, Nigeria and Zimbabwe. Check out the “African Song” here.
‘How We Living’ is another powerful and thought provoking video from Cherine Anderson. The track was produced by Gussie Clark and Cherine and is one of the featured tracks on her latest mixtape JA9.25.
How We Living? is the question asked by Cherine, opening our eyes to some of the realities faced by many while at the same time urging listeners to “take responsibility” to overcome the struggles amidst harsh realities. This heartfelt song was cleverly penned by Cherine with assistance from Chevaughn; with each lyric commanding, inspiring and uplifting. Her mellow and soulful voice does even further justice as ‘How We Living’ takes you where street meets sweet.
With a creative and captivating outline, Cherine conceptualized and directed the video which runs more like a mini-movie. The video is compelling, a must see and will capture both hearts and minds as much as the song does. Although the video features the struggles of a young lady, her male audience is not left out as the video creatively captures the message of the song with issues that are real and affects both men and women.