Terry Linen returns with “Welcome To My World” Album

Reggae singer Terry Linen’s new studio album “Welcome To My World” will be available  in stores and online February 11, 2014.

Terry's new studio album "Welcome To My World" in stores and online February 11, 2014. Terry Linen promotional tour:  New York City: February 7 - 10 Miami: February 14 - 18

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Terry Linen promotional tour:

 

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‘Meditation’ New Album from Suga Roy

uga Roy's new album "Meditation", coming out on July 2nd

Suga Roy’s new album “Meditation,” will be coming out on July 2nd.  Look for more consistent roots and lovers style one drop reggae music.

Sean Paul, ‘Other Side Of Love’ Exclusive Billboard Premiere

A year after the release of “Tomahawk Technique,” Sean Paul returns with his first single, “Other Side Of Love,” off his upcoming sixth studio album.

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Sean Paul is back with a new single – 6th album forthcoming

 

Preview the single…

 

 

MIKEY GENERAL’S “AFRICAN STORY, AFRICAN GLORY” TOUR HITS EUROPE

Mikey General has arrived in the United Kingdom to get ready for performances scheduled throughout Europe.

His first show will be at Hootenanny in Brixton on June 13th where he will perform songs from his latest album, “African Story, African Glory.”

He will also be gracing the stage of the Fête De La Musique in Geneva on the 21st of June. Mikey’s entire itinerary will be available on his official website, www.mikeygeneralmusic.com as well as his Twitter and Facebook.

ABOUT AFRICAN STORY, AFRICAN GLORY

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Known worldwide for his steadfast conscious lyrics, devout faith in RasTafari, and his love for Africa, its no surprise that Mikey General has released an album entitled African Story African Glory.  This, Mikey’s latest album and 11th studio recording is released on the Qabalah First Music Label.

African Story, African Glory contains some of the best releases from Mikey General to date, with tracks like African Story, Guide Me, Myspace and Yene Mar (featuring Lutan Fyah).  Mikey keeps true to his faith and conveys uplifting messages for the people.

Mikey’s musical career has gone from strength to strength. In January 2013 he signed a management agreement with Higher Level Events which will enable him to focus on his musical talent and continue strengthening his listening audience by taking his message of peace and love to the world.

The album is distributed by Ernie B Reggae  +916 941 1921 x115

CD Baby www.cdbaby.com email: cdbaby@cdbaby.com telephone: + 1-800-289-6923.

Promoters, clubs, festivals etc. that would like to host Mikey General at their event this summer, may contact his management team at info@higherlevelevents.co.uk / + (44) 7972649836. 

 

DI GENIUS DROPPING A NEW ALBUM JUNE 2013 “LABWORK VOL.3”

Di Genius is at it again! This monster 25 track summer compilation will be a must have!

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Available on CD & Digital. Featuring hits from Mavado, Aidonia, Busy Signal, Chino and many more.  [Di Genius Records/VPAL Music]

“Just Can’t Deny” Bunny Rugs of Third World

Produced by Dean Fraser, “Just Can’t Deny” is a powerful lovers rock song that proves Bunny Rugs of Third World has one of the richest voices in Reggae music.  The single is a soulful and emotional journey topped off with a robust riddim.

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Bunny Rugs ‘Time’ Album Cover

“There’s no sense in running
I just can’t get away
Cause there’s no escape from love” … JUST CAN’T DENY

PURCHASE ALBUM / DJ’s and Media email: thirdworldmp3@gmail.com / “LIKE” Bunny Rugs on FB

Richie Stephens & Gentleman: Live Your Life

Richie Stephens & Gentleman - Live Your Life

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Richie Stephens is still celebrating the massive response from the hit single “Live Your Life”.  Now adding the final touches for the upcoming new album with Gentleman dropping November 27th 2012.

 

New Album from Beres Hammond “One Love , One Life”

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Coming soon is a brand new Beres Hammond studio album entitled “One Love , One Life.”  Beres Hammond is a master of romance, delivering smooth vocals over easy riddims on his upcoming 20 song, 2 CD release titled “One Love, One Life” (in stores November 13).  The tracks offer different versions of the winning Beres Hammond formula of soulful phrasing and memorable hooks.

Beres Hammond - One Love , One Life - Artwork

Beres Hammond – One Love , One Life – Artwork

Gramps to Drop Country/R&B Album with Ziggy Marley and Music Soulchild

Reggae crooner Gramps is still on a musical high, this after a whirlwind year in 2009 which culminated with him winning the “Album of the Year” at the 2010 EME Awards in Jamaica for his debut album “Two Sides Of My Heart Vol 1.” The 6″2 inch former football superstar is currently in studios recording tracks for his next big project – a Country and R&B album that he is passionate about. The disc, tentatively titled “2 Sides Of My Heart Vol. 2” will feature an all-star cast including collaborations with R&B singer Musiq Soulchild and reggae superstar Ziggy Marley while Willie Lat from LA, Shannon Sanders and Blu Miller from Nashville will produce a few tracks. The disc hit stores later this year.

“It’s like coming full circle for me because I have always had a fascination with Country and R&B music. This is my second solo project and I am feeling really great about how things are coming together so far,” he confided.

The album promises to be an eclectic blend of R&B and Country songs that he says will make a bold statement once it is completed. While a country and R&B album is not something most people expect from a reggae crooner, as he explains, he is doing the album to keep the fun going in the industry and to do the unexpected.

“I wanna have fun with the music without becoming predictable… plus it has been a dream of my father to see this day” he confessed. “It is a project that my entire family is very proud of and they have been very supportive.”

Among the featured tracks that are already completed are “Delicate Balance,” “Jamaica” and “Better Man.”

While his label Dada Son Entertainment will assume responsibility for the project, he is open to a distribution deal with a major label.

“The success of the disc, especial in the international market will depend on how much we put in marketing but a major label would definitely help to take the project to the next level. Distribution wise, they have an established network in place that could help to get the product to the large number of music lovers out there. I am confident that with the muscle of a major on board as a distributor, I could move 500,000 units” he declared.

Aside from working on his own new solo album, Gramps is juggling multiple projects. He is in studio’s recording with his brothers and sister from Morgan Heritage. He is also working with J Boog from Hawaii on his new album and is helping his dad Denroy Morgan (I’ll Do Anything For You) on a soon to be released autobiography.

“Right now I am multi-tasking on various projects which is something I am completely at home with. I am working on a special project for Disney and looking forward to doing some stuff on the big screen which will be coming soon.”

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Review: Mavado’s “Mr Brooks: A Better Tomorrow

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For many dancehall reggae stars, breaking out of Jamaica’s local sound clash scene to the glitzy glossed over stages in America is dream achieved by very few. Most recall Sean Paul’s ascension to fame, where he was able to blow smoke in the face of censorship and sneak his pro-pot patois onto radio waves, and become the sound of Spring Break ‘03. But for every radio friendly star that ascends from the island to pop status, there are artists who carry the genre, encapsulating dancehall’s 80s vibes and mixing it with contemporary flair, skewing the border between “culture” jams and a hardcore tunes.

On his sophomore effort, Mr. Brooks, Mavado accomplishes that feat by carefully walking the line between conscious topics such as enlightenment (”Don’t Worry”) and detailing intensely ferocious moments of violence (”Nah Bleach Wid Cream”). By weaving illicit, raunchy sex tales (”Ina Di Car Back”), he also sordidly covers dancehall’s favorite topic, with the same tenacity that helped him become a breakout star with his debut album, 2007’s Gangsta for Life: The Symphony of David Brooks.

Segueing his signature ballad introductions into triumphant, fevered chats, Mr. Brooks finds Mavado effortlessly riding a collection of riddims that can be sonically disturbing to those unfamiliar with real dancehall’s uniquely stripped down sound. On the album’s stand out track, “So Special” he takes the “Unfinished Business” riddim (which lifts the refrain of producer’s Dave Kelly’s famed “Showtime” track) to new heights, crafting a cut that demands a flurry of rewinds after the conclusion of the first verse.

Though it is unlikely that Mavado will be dominating the primetime radio stations anytime soon like Sean Paul did, the vivid illustrations of roots, reality and culture heard in Mr. Brooks, are poignant enough to be on par with some of modern dancehall’s most diverse offerings and should be played on a sound set of any size.

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