Dance Therapy is a dance party at Chrystie 141 in New York City. Every Saturday ĀGARD keeps the crowd rocking all night long. Doors open at 11pm and everyone is free before 1am. Please visit the Facebook group for the event to get updated info.
NYC, after whatever you’re doing today, Chrystie 141 is your destination for the afterparty. DANCE THERAPY is the movement tonight!!! EVERYONE FREE b4 1am!!! Music by ĀGARD, hosted by @louneymor. LET’S DANCE!!! #nyc #nightlife #DanceTherapy #ChrystieOneFourOne
Reggae Gold 2014 contains commercial radio hits, core reggae winners, critical favorites and exclusive picks for the ultimate summer reggae groove.
“Jack Hammer” is the summertime hit from QQ (“One Drop”), already a hit in the Caribbean and now breaking through in the States. The track is supported by consistent club play and a strong social media campaign through YouTube videos and Instagram @qqworld.
“Richest Girl” is the lead single off of Etana‘s forthcoming album, I Rise (autumn 2014, VP Records). Produced by legendary Jamaican arranger/composer/producer/multi-instrumentalist Clive Hunt, “Richest Girl” is a song about recognizing the truly important things in life, with the “Strong One” voicing the sentiment “I could lose it all, but one thing that is true, if I wake up next to you, I’m the richest girl.”
Fay Ann Lyons new hit “Catch Me” is primed to take the Soca Queen to whole other level. Already getting play with Caribbean outlets, the lead single from her debut VP Records album showcases the vocalist against an EDM flavor that is catching on everywhere.
The first single from Fay-Ann Lyon’s forthcoming debut album “Catch Me,” produced by Richie Beretta will be featured on Reggae Gold 2014 (dropping August 12). The official genre is listed as Soca, but the track’s POP, EDM and dance music elements are all undeniable.