The “Here We Go” Riddim Featuring Da’Ville and Mr. Lexx

DaVille, Bella, Future Fambo, Mr Lexx, Chris Palmer, LADEN and many more are featured on this new production from D. Thomas, upcoming producer out of Jamaica and son of the legendary ‘Jah Thomas‘ The ‘Here We Go‘ riddim is available via VPAL Music and iTunes now.

DaVille, Bella, Future Fambo, Mr Lexx, Chris Palmer, LADEN and many more.

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ROOTS ROCKING REGGAE VOL. 3 AVAILABLE in stores

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Jamaican imprint Tad’s Record releases its highly anticipated annual hit series, Roots Rocking Reggae, on Tuesday, July 16, 2013.

Now celebrating its third year of showcasing the very best in roots reggae music from throughout the current year, the Roots Rocking Reggae series is a proven hit with fans and the answer to what was missing in reggae music.

The compilation features the top reggae singers in the genre, including Tarrus Riley, Jah Cure, I-Octane, Chronixx, I-Wayne, Iba Mahr and even dancehall stars Mavado, Tanya Stephens, Macka Diamond, and singersAlaine and Christopher Martin, take a turn on this 23-track melodic montage that is bound to satisfy every reggae fan.

“Roots Rocking Reggae is one of the new series that we recently embarked on, and with the successes of the first two volumes, we realized that it would be an injustice to deprive the avid reggae fan of the opportunity to experience a third volume,” states Tad Dawkins, President of Tad’s Record.

This year’s rendition lives up to its name with hit singles such as “Gimme Likkle One Drop” by Tarrus Riley, “From The Heart” by Jah Cure,“Ain’t No Giving Up” by Chronixx, “What About The Poor” by I-Octane,“Let Jah Lead The Way” by Iba Mahr and “Mirror” by Da’Ville, just to name a few of the masterpieces on this must-have collection for reggae music lovers.

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“Musical sensation Chronixx is one of the highlights of the album, and all the other talents featured are seasoned stars in the industry, whose sounds are undoubtedly an exceptional representation of the industry,” Dawkins added. “Providing the Ultimate Reggae Experience is what Tad’s Record is known for and so with Roots Rocking Reggae Vol. 3, we made sure not to disappoint.”

Roots Rocking Reggae Vol. 3 – Various Artists is now available worldwidefrom all major digital retailers, including iTunes and Amazon, from Tad’s Record. For more information, please visit tadsrecord.com.

Track Listing

  • 1. Tarrus Riley – Gimme Likkle One Drop
  • 2. Chronixx – Ain’t No Giving Up
  • 3. Chronixx – Access Granted
  • 4. Jah Cure – From the Heart
  • 5. Alaine – Amazing
  • 6. Mavado – Always on My Mind
  • 7. I-Octane – Pretty Little Flower
  • 8. Da’Ville – Mirror
  • 9. Hezron – Can’t Come Between
  • 10. I-Octane – What About the Poor
  • 11. Iba Mahr – Burning
  • 12. Tanya Stephens – Weather Change
  • 13. Jah Cure – That Girl
  • 14. Danielle DI – My Man
  • 15. Iba-Mahr – Let Jah Lead The Way
  • 16. I-Wayne – (Girl) I Love You
  • 17. Macka Diamond – Dye Dye
  • 18. Christopher Martin – Na Na Na Na
  • 19. Mavado – Caribbean Girl
  • 20. I-Octane – We Nice
  • 21. Christopher Martin – Chill Spot
  • 22. Chronixx & Goldy – The Mini Song
  • 23. Mavado – Money Box

 

Supreme Promotions To Launch Charity Arm, The Supreme Foundation

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Supreme Promotions Limited will be launching its charity arm, The Supreme Foundation on December 12, 2012 at 7 pm at the Wyndham Kingston Hotel.

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Supreme Foundation Launch Event

The Supreme Foundation is geared towards transforming the lives of Jamaican children and their caregivers through health and educational support. This foundation is a non-government entity that aims to serve and positively transform lives. The main beneficiaries of the Supreme Foundation are the Victoria Jubilee Hospital, Dare to Care Aids Hospice and the Marlie Hill Primary School (St. Catherine).

The Victoria Jubilee Hospital is in need of life saving equipment and the proceeds from this Wednesday’s launch will be used to purchase seven well needed Fetal Central Monitoring Systems for the hospital . You can make a difference and save a child’s life by supporting the initiative. Come out and enjoy performances by international reggae superstar, Gyptian, Christopher Martin, Ikaya, Daville and Karen Smith. Get inspired by guest speaker, Alvin Day, author of the book ‘If Caterpillars Can Fly So Can I’.

Contribution is $2,000.00 per person and cocktails will be served between 7 – 7:30 PM at the Wyndham Kingston Hotel. Welcome are gifts for children in need this holiday season. To Purchase tickets email info@supremepromotionsja.com

35 Burlington Ave
Kingston 10, Jamaica
http://www.SupremePromotionsJA.com
(876) 920-5230

Da’Ville ‘Krazy Love’ Album – Interview

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Da’Ville, fresh off his European tour with a brand new album in stores entitled Krazy Love and blazing hot title track of the same name spends a few moments talking with Highlanda live on the Dancehall Now show.  What do you think about the new single?

Da’Ville Returns With New Album: Krazy Love

Da’Ville returns to the spotlight with a banging new album,Krazy Love; showcasing sides of the artiste never before seen by many of his fans.

Available in stores today, Krazy Love is quickly becoming an instant hit with fans worldwide. Tracks like Give You My LoveYou Got Di Ting and This Love are reminiscent of the artiste who burst onto the scene in the early 2000s while songs such as Thug Like Me and Your Swag offer edgier elements of Da’Ville, showing his undeniable range.

But for the renowned Reggae singer, Took A Break, a song explaining his recent hiatus from the music industry hails as the most surprising success on Krazy Love as it’s already gained acclaim across the world, especially Africa.

“That song is dedicated to my fans and some people who just love fi talk s**t but seriously, I’m surprised it is so loved by the masses. The video is now on MTV Africa and their Dancehall chart. The disc jockeys dem love it cause dem can relate to the message in the song,” he said.

Another track off the album that has become increasingly popular with fans is Woman, a joint production by Push A Yute Productions and Fashozy Records. Woman is dedicated to the plights and sacrifices made by women in order to provide for themselves and loved ones. According to Da’Ville, the concept of Woman was triggered by an unlikely source.

“When I wrote this track, I was in a vibe listening to Ms. Kitty one day and was inspired by how she always a big up di hardworking women dem. Her words took me many places in my head and I just began to write,” he said. “This song was inspired by her and she don’t even know it but she know it now.”

Da’Ville also continues to pave the way for the next generation of artiste as he teamed up with upcoming singer,Dr. Love for the remix of his scintillating hit, Now I Am Strong. The song has become a favorite amongst disc jocks in Jamaica and abroad.

“The major surprise is a featured young artist name Dr. Love. I was not putting any collaboration on this album BUT I made an exception. ‘Now I am Strong,’ featuring Dr. Love, promoter turn singer, who had a vision for a song and did his ting. He called and ask me for a strength on the song and I recorded and decided that the message was so strong on the track that I included it on my album,” he said. “Di pie big enough fi everyone fi have a chance.”

Krazy Love shows ideal evidence of Da’Ville’s musical and personal maturity. For the award-winning entertainer though, it all boils down to hard work and dedication.

“Everything you do in life requires work. Even if I did not take a break for a minute, I would still be out there working hard to maintain the Da’Ville brand. My name is well recognized so it’s not hard to garner back Krazy Love from the fans; they been waiting for me,” he insists.

Krazy Love is being distributed by Tad’s Record Inc.

Dancehall Now Episode 17 – The ‘I Wish I Was In Trinidad’ Edition

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Make sure to download this show for the exclusive combinations within such as the remix of ‘Brooklyn Go Hard’ which features Wayne Wonder, Foxxy Brown, M.I.A, and Jay-Z, & ‘Automatic’ by Marcia Griffiths and Busy Signal.

Since Trinidad Carnival (aka the greatest show on Earth) is currently taking place, this episode of Dancehall Now features Jamaica’s Dancehall King Beenie Man doing the Soca thing alongside Trinidad’s lyrical giant, Bunji Garlin on the remix of ‘Plenty Gal,’ a bonafied 2009 mega hit. Also in the mix is Beenie Man featuring Trini Jacobs with the Soca version of rapper T.I.’s ‘Live Your Life’ entitled ‘Superstar.’ Other carnival themed highlights featured are ‘Tonight’ by Reggae songstress Alaine featuring Machel Montano, and ‘Fly Away’ sung by Machel Montano and Collie Budz out of Bermuda.

Dancehall Now Episode 17 also includes new music from Daville, Vybz Kartel and Spice, Tarrus Riley, Laden, and Ms. Triniti featuring Beenie Man by request.

Right Click the file and select “Save As…” to download the entire mp3 file or just click to listen to the audio stream now. We sincerely hope you enjoy the selections and mixing. Please send your comments, feedback, and requests to podcast@highlanda.net or feel free to comment at http://www.highlanda.net/html/contact.php. If you like what you hear please subscribe to get automatic updates when new shows are added.

Dancehall Now Episode 17

Playlist:

1 Automatic – Marcia Griffiths/Busy Signal
2 Brooklyn We Go Hard (Remix) – Wayne Wonder/Foxy Brown/Jay-Z/M.I.A
3 You Have It – Beenie Man
4 Fly Away – Machel Montano HD feat. Collie Budz
5 Burnin Burnin – Ms. Triniti feat. Beenie Man
6 Human Nature – Tarrus Riley
7 U A De Boss – Sizzla
8 Baby Mother Drama – Kiprich
9 Time To Shine – Laden
10 Ramping Shop – Vybz Kartel feat. Spice
11 No Games (Remix) – Serani feat. Raekwon
12 Sleepless Nights – Buju Banton
13 Jah Live – Luciano
14 Tonight – Alaine feat. Machel Montano
15 Superstar – Beenie Man feat. Trini Jacobs
16 Plenty Gal (Remix) – Bunji Garlin feat. Beenie Man
17 Start A New – Tarrus Riley
18 The Best In Life – Sizzla
19 Missing You Right Now – Daville
20 Know How Fi Love Dem Up – Assassin feat. Josey Wales

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Dancehall Now Episode 15 is here!

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Dancehall Now Episode 15 features new Busy Signal, Daville, Vybez Cartel, Serani, Beenie Man ,and Baby Cham to name a few.  Listen or Download now.

Right Click the media file link and select “Save As…” to download the entire mp3 file or just click to listen to the audio stream now.  We sincerely hope you enjoy!  Please send your comments, feedback, and requests to podcast@highlanda.net or feel free to comment right here.  If you like what you hear please subscribe to get automatic updates when new shows are added.


Dancehall Now Episode 15

1  Sweep Da Floor (Pop Champagne Remix) – Elephant Man
2  Sort Dem Out – Demarco
3  Nothing To Smile About – Morgan Heritage
4  Love of A Lifetime – Alaine
5  Bullet – DJ Khaled featuring Rick Ross & Baby Cham
6  Ramping Shop – Vybez Kartel feat. Spice
7  Last Man Standing – Vybez Kartel
8  I’ll Be Your Best Friend – Daville
9  Nikki Burt – Make Ends Meet
10 All I Need – Shurwayne Winchester/Serani
11 Mek Noise – Erupt
12 Money Tree – Busy Signal
13 Time To Shine – Laden
14 People Want Change (Roots) – Capleton feat. Obama
15 Single Ladies Remix – Beyonce feat. Buju Banton
16 Gimme Gimme Gimme – Beenie Man
17 Make Her Stamma – Busy Signal
18 Jah Jah See Dem A Come – Sugar Roy, Conrad Crystal and Gyptian
19 Girl I Want You (Soca Road Remix) – Serani
20 Missing Your Love – Wesley Diamond
21 Tonight Is Yours – Daville
22 Crying Out – Duane Stephenson

Media files:
Dancehall_Now_Episode_15.mp3 (MP3 Format Sound, 111 MB)