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Featured New Dancehall Reggae Singles 10-30-2013

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Reggae singer  Luciano with 2 new singles from The Quabalah Man album

Reggae singer Luciano with 2 new singles from The Quabalah Man album featured in Da Music Vault (10-30-13)

  1. Karamanti – Pack Up and Run
  2. Luciano featuring Bob Andy – Create Our History – The Quabalah Man – VP Records
  3. Sean Paul featuring Konshens – Want Dem All – Full Frequency – Atlantic Records
  4. Lutan Fyah – Diamond At Home – Truckback Records
  5. Mavado – Lets Go – Markus Records
  6. Tanya Stephens – Broken People
  7. RDX – For You – Code 91 Records
  8. Luciano – Don’t Sell Out – The Quabalah Man – VP Records
  9. Barrington Levy/Mr. Vegas – Love The Way She Love – Black Roses & Platinum Camp
  10. Musiq Soulchild featuring Syleena Johnson – Feel The Fire
  11. Etana featuring Jo Mersa – Thy Will Be Done – Freemind Music and Jamdown Rec.
  12. Tifa – Lyrically Educated – ZJ Chrome
  13. Wayne Marshall – Bloodclaat – Bloodclaat Riddim – Ghetto Youths International
  14. Shal Marshall – Feel 2 Wuk
  15. Konshens featuring Romain Virgo – We Nuh Worry Bout Dem – Tin Mackarel Riddim

The Top Rated 8 Dancehall/Reggae Countdown (10-9-13)

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This podcast episode from the syndicated show ‘Da Music Vault’ with Kahlil Wonda features The International Top Rated 8 Dancehall/Reggae Countdown for the week of 10-9-2013.

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8 – Love Yourself   Mr. Vegas First Name
7 – Dye Dye – Macka Diamond – Lock City Records/Truckback
6 – Redlight – Eddie Murphy/Scoop Lion – Electric Ave Records
5 – Watch Out For This – Major Lazer feat. Busy Signal,The Flexican & F.S. Green – Secretly Canadian/Mad Decent Production
4 – Call Angola – Jah Bouks – Sunizes Entertainment
3 – Convertible – Vybz Kartel – UIM Records
2 – Other Side of Love – Sean PaulAtlantic Records
1 – HERE COMES TROUBLE – CHRONIXX – OVERSTAND RECORDS

 

Kevin Lyttle Debuts Video For New Single “Wine And Go Down”

International soca pop star Kevin Lyttle debuts the video for his sizzling single, “Wine And Go Down,” which was released in November 2011.  This is Lyttle’s first video from his highly-anticipated upcoming album, which is currently in production.

Released on his very own Tarakon Records, “Wine And Go Down” exemplifies the artist’s versatility as he embraces the role of a deejay/rapper to fuse with his acclaimed signature vocal-style, forming this hybrid of island soca and pop club fusion. The singer/songwriter teams up with Richy Peña (talented music producer of the Latin Grammy-Winning album Mi Niña Bonita), for the hit track, which has been making the rounds internationally on radio and in the clubs.

“Dancing is a strong part of our Caribbean culture, so when you hear the beats and the vibes, it makes you just want to wine and go down,” discloses Lyttle, on his inspiration for the video. “With the Miami backdrop and the sexy ladies bringing their moves to the dance floor, we captured all the action for you in this video.”

The video was directed by Hamlet Mark from Grenada, and was edited by a team that included Kevin Lyttle,  Jacqueline P. James-Lyttle, Hamlet Mark, Parick Ramdial, Christopher Persaud, and Mark Shapley.  It was shot on location in Miami and will see an official launch on Saturday, March 23 at the Blue Martini in Kendall, Miami. The red carpet event will be open to media and the public.

Lyttle shot to international fame when his smash hit “Turn Me On”  grooved all the way to number four on the Billboard Hot 100 Pop Chart, representing soca music in the mainstream market in a way that’s never been done before, and hasn’t been done since. The track was from his self-titled debut album on Atlantic Records, back in 2004.

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Soca Superstar Rupee Poised to Mash Up Crop Over

Having recently captured the theme song for the latest season of the popular HGTV series, Design Star, with the song “Flaunt It,” Barbadian soca superstar and Atlantic Records recording artist, Rupee, continues to make incredible moves for the genre.

“It’s not easy trying to stay committed to a genre of music that so much of the world has yet to experience,” reveals Rupee, who brought massive attention to the southern Caribbean namesake with his massive crossover hit, “Tempted to Touch.” “Sometimes I feel as though I could cheat on soca and give in to the lure of going straight pop, R&B or even alternative; I dabble in all of these styles but soca is what made me.”
Rupee thus stays true to his love for the genre with two new releases for this year’s Barbados Crop Over season, both of which have the potential to help him on his mission to reach the worldwide masses. “Traveling the world and seeing how our music uplifts people, seeing a reflection of the love I get in the West Indies transcend to different cultures and races, is what keeps me faithful and fuels my mission to make the world fully embrace soca.”
The first single, “All Night Long,” is a romantic, sexy tune that sees Rupee in a comfortable place – composing songs for the ladies.  This mid-tempo vibe, with that familiar “Tempted To Touch” flavor, is a sure fire tune for the dance floors. It was produced by Victorious, an upcoming Miami DJ and producer. Also, in an effort to further uplift and promote younger talent, Rupee collaborated with rising songwriter and performer, Young D, to co-write the song.
“I get hundreds of tracks and songs from producers, writers and performers regularly but not many stand out,” Rupee divulges. “Then DJ Barrie Hype from Miami sent me this riddim and I felt it immediately. One of my touring DJs, Alvin Toppin ‘the Soca Superman,’ put me onto Young D in an effort to give him a chance, and I did. The stuff he writes is definitely in my zone and he says I am one of his biggest influences for his music.”
The second track, “Everybody,” is a guaranteed party-starter and will definitely ignite the crowd. On this track, Rupee revisits the classic WCK tune, “Balance Batty.”
“I was blessed to have once had Cornell ‘Fingers’ Phillip in my band and he was the original producer of ‘Balance Batty’ and also leader of the band, WCK,” explains Rupee. “I linked up with him to recreate the track with a fresher twist. Then to further bless the track, we secured the services of mega soca producer/DJ and multiple Road March winner, Peter ‘No Stoppin’ Coppin. Peter injected a power soca vibe of energy into the song. It’s a crazy combination of Bouyon and power soca. I think this will definitely be a winner in the clubs and on the road.”

For artist news and updates on Rupee, log on to his artist profiles at:

www.facebook.com/therealrupee,

www.twitter.com/therealrupee and

www.myspace.com/rupeemusic.

For further information, please contact bookrupee@gmail.com.

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