Karamanti Releases Powerful Motivational Video for her single “Don’t Give Up”

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Karamanti has just released the official video for her single “Don’t Give Up,” recorded on the Missing Piece Riddim by Rhome Records.

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The Riddim also features Khago, Teflon and several other Jamaican artists and it was released in September of 2015 and distributed globally by 21st Hapilos Distribution.

“Don’t Give Up” is a motivational track that would be classified as Caribbean pop (though it has a very strong dancehall sound). A few scenes for the video were shot in Ontario, Canada, while others were done in Kingston, Jamaica. Unlike most music videos, “Don’t Give Up” does not have any actors, instead, real, everyday people were asked about their dreams, obstacles and determination, or lack thereof. After sharing their story, they were followed with a camera so that the public could get a glimpse into their struggles and their commitment to not giving up.

Click here to watch the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TOmCjmoHc-0

Download “Don’t Give UP” mp3 here: http://tinyurl.com/zpdwgpz

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Karamanti’s twitter is @Karamanti

Rhome Records twitter is @DJ_Rhome

Sizzla’s Former Producer Releases New Roots Reggae Compilation

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Michael ‘Que’ Nugent, an engineer/producer who has done work with artists such as Sizzla Kalonji, Lt. Stitchie and many other great Jamaican acts, has re-entered the music business after a very long hiatus.

Cyber World Riddim

Que, as he is affectionately called by his colleagues in the industry, this week, released the “Cyber World Riddim.” This is a four track compilation featuring Omar Perry, son of the legendary Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, Karamanti, Tasha T and Blessed. The songs are currently only available to disc-jockeys as the official digital retail date has not yet been announced.

Stream all songs on the Cyber World Riddim via this link . DJs may email mariajacksonent@gmail.com for the promo mp3s.

 

Jamaica’s Most Lyrical Female Artist Releases Video Saluting Real Rastafarians

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Karamanti, the woman many refer to as the most lyrical female in Dancehall, has just released the official video for her single FAKE RASTA. The song was released last year by Range Hill Records on the popular Rock Island Riddim (distributed by Zojak Worldwide) which also features the likes of Demarco and Jah Vinci.   Karamanti’s song questions the lifestyle of many who say they are Rastafarians while simultaneously engaging in practices and belief patterns that are contrary to traditional African lifestyle. While doing so, it also pays respect to the few authentic Rastafarians who are still locked on to ancient African cultures and traditions.    The video for FAKE RASTA was shot entirely in Kingston, Jamaica with only one or two scenes taken from Karamanti’s most recent tour in Denmark. Though it was directed by Karamanti, all scenes were shot by MJE and editing was done by Ramon Lindsay. The video can be viewed on Karamanti’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fSuH39bSAEs   Anyone wanting to work with Karamanti may contact her management team via her website at www.karamantimusic.com

Karamanti – ‘Fake Rasta’ Official Music Video Released

Karamanti, the woman many refer to as the most lyrical female in Dancehall, has just released the official video for her single FAKE RASTA. The song was released last year by Range Hill Records on the popular Rock Island Riddim (distributed by Zojak Worldwide) which also features the likes of Demarco and Jah Vinci.

Karamanti’s song questions the lifestyle of many who say they are Rastafarians while simultaneously engaging in practices and belief patterns that are contrary to traditional African lifestyle. While doing so, it also pays respect to the few authentic Rastafarians who are still locked on to ancient African cultures and traditions.

The video for FAKE RASTA was shot entirely in Kingston, Jamaica with only one or two scenes taken from Karamanti’s most recent tour in Denmark. Though it was directed by Karamanti, all scenes were shot by MJE and editing was done by Ramon Lindsay. The video can be viewed on Karamanti’s channel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fSuH39bSAEs

Anyone wanting to work with Karamanti may contact her management team via her website at www.karamantimusic.com

Karamanti releases video for “Big Woman Ting”

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While on tour in Europe Karamanti shot the video for her single “Big Woman Ting,” one of her more popular tracks in that region. The video features two of Scandanavia’s top female dance groups, the Vuvuzela Dance Crew and the Kazoo Dancers. As the beat was built by a producer from Zimbabwe, Karamanti was also fortunate to get an African model, Lea Monde, to play a key role in the video.

Check out the official video for “Big Woman Ting” on Karamanti’s youtube channel. DJs may download the song from a link placed in the description box.

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Sizzla Kalonji: “Make it Right” on the Reggae Land Riddim

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SIZZLA KALONJI, KARAMANTI & KERON WILLIAMS TALKS ABOUT RELATIONSHIPS, ABUSE & MAKING IT RIGHT

Canadian based production house, Street Digital Records recently released the very powerful, Reggae Land Riddim, on which was featured songs from Sizzla KalonjiKaramanti and Street Digital’s own, Keron Williams. The overall project has been doing well on Reggae radio programs around the world with three specific tracks gaining traction on commercial media: Sizzla Kalonji’s “Make It Right” (original and remix), Karamanti’s “Domestic Abuse” and Keron William’s “Di Lovin”.

Veteran artist Sizzla Kalonji is in his element on the track “Make It Right.”  Many have said that this song reminds them of Sizzla Kalonji when he just came on the scene delivering powerful messages on authentic Reggae beats.  Karamanti also remains in her element as she talks about the controversial issue of “Domestic Abuse,” something that happens at an alarming rate in Jamaica.  And finally, Keron Williams, who is fairly new on the international scene, manages to capture the listener’s ear with his track “Di Lovin.”  Of all songs on the Reggae Land Riddim, these three are in heavy radio rotation worldwide with the videos from Karamanti and Sizzla Kalonji getting consistent television airtime.

All songs on the Reggae Land Riddim can be purchased directly from Street Digital Records by visiting their website here.

 

 

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KARAMANTI’S POSITIVE DANCEHALL REIGNS VICTORIOUS

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Global marketing/promotions group Irish and Chin, who specializes in Reggae/Dancehall entertainment, recently hosted two reggae songs versus one dancehall track on their weekly 45 clash competition. The competition allows the public to listen and vote for the song that they think is the best and should be the next big thing.

POSITIVE DANCEHALL BEATS REGGAE

The clash which ran from June 3rd to June 10th featured “One Bag A Reggae” by Ishabel (reggae), “Have You Lost Somebody” by Tydal (reggae) and “Pack Up & Run” by Karamanti (dancehall).

The public overwhelmingly voted for Karamanti’s “Pack Up & Run” which is to be the next single off her new album entitled Dancehall Retaliates. Karamanti is very pleased with the victory and says that this is confirmation that dancehall music can be just as positive as reggae.

Listen to “Pack Up & Run” here. Watch the Dancehall Retaliates Documentary here;

Dancehall Retaliates

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Dancehall music, culture and lifestyle have been in the hot seat for some time now. Many in the corporate arenas have said that anything associated with Dancehall should not be sponsored and as thus have refused to offer support.

Dancehall music, culture and lifestyle have been in the hot seat for some time now. Many in the corporate arenas have said that anything associated with Dancehall should not be sponsored and as such, have refused to support these events.   Jamaican based artist, Karamanti, response to all who speaks negatively of Dancehall with a full length album and a video defending both the music and the culture. The project is called “Dancehall Retaliates”. On some of the hardest Dancehall beats, she explains that no one should judge the genre of Dancehall based on a few negative elements within it. As she puts it, she is also a part of the Dancehall community and she does not do slack, violent or degrading music.   Dancehall Retaliates is now available on online at: https://itunes.apple.com/album/dancehall-retaliates/id639585204?ls=1 but persons may stream the entire album for free on Karamanti’s website at: www.karamantimusic.com  Karamanti speaks about Dancehall Retaliates here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LF3yCQiVv0w

Jamaican based artist, Karamanti, has responded to all who speak negatively of Dancehall with a full length album and a video defending both the music and the culture.

The project is called “Dancehall Retaliates”.

On some of the hardest Dancehall beats, she explains that no one should judge the genre of Dancehall based on a few negative elements within it.

As she puts it, she is also a part of the Dancehall community and she does not do slack, violent or degrading music.

Dancehall Retaliates is now available on itunes, and can be streamed for free on Karamanti’s website

Karamanti speaks about Dancehall Retaliates here: 

 

Download Karamanti’s Nonstop Dancehall Mix

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While she is busy laying tracks for her first studio album, Karamanti is encouraging supporters to download her new mix tape simply called “Karamanti’s Nonstop Dancehall Mix.”

While she is busy laying tracks for her first studio album, Karamanti is encouraging her supporters to download her latest mix tape simply called “Karamanti’s Nonstop Dancehall Mix.” It was produced by Strike Dee out of Ghana, Africa and is to serve as a precursor for the upcoming album, “Dancehall Retaliates”. The mix tape is a collection of some of Karamanti’s biggest songs to date and can be downloaded absolutely free from the following platforms.   Mediafire: http://www.mediafire.com/?91vmcc2a78869e3 Hulkshare: http://www.hulkshare.com/vd79krdrbim8 Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/karamantimusic   TRACK LISTING:   1. WHO YOU ARE 2. AFRICAN SONG 3. NOBODY CYAAH STOP WE {FT} 3 STAR 4. STAY TRUE-HEART STRINGZZZ 5. BAY BADNESS 6. RIGHT NOW 7. READ 8. YU CAN DWEET 9. JAMDOWN WE SAY 10. DON'T IT! 11. YOUR THING DAT 12. SET THE TREND 13. THIS MI A DO 14. MY BABY 15. WATS POPPIN PEOPLE 16. X - FACTOR {FT} STONEBWOY BURNITON 17. THE TRIBUTE SONG 18. REAL STORY 19. GONE UP 20. FREE TONIGHT   TOTAL TIME - 50:52 FILE FORMAT - MP3 FILE SIZE - 69.8 MB (73,252,642 bytes)

It was produced by Strike Dee out of Ghana, Africa and is to serve as a precursor for the upcoming album, “Dancehall Retaliates”. The mix tape is a collection of some of Karamanti’s biggest songs to date and can be downloaded absolutely free from the following platforms.

Mediafire: http://www.mediafire.com/?91vmcc2a78869e3

Hulkshare: http://www.hulkshare.com/vd79krdrbim8

Soundcloud: http://soundcloud.com/karamantimusic

 TRACK LISTING:

1. WHO YOU ARE

2. AFRICAN SONG

3. NOBODY CYAAH STOP WE {FT} 3 STAR

4. STAY TRUE-HEART STRINGZZZ

5. BAY BADNESS

6. RIGHT NOW

7. READ

8. YU CAN DWEET

9. JAMDOWN WE SAY

10. DON’T IT!

11. YOUR THING DAT

12. SET THE TREND

13. THIS MI A DO

14. MY BABY

15. WATS POPPIN PEOPLE

16. X – FACTOR {FT} STONEBWOY BURNITON

17. THE TRIBUTE SONG

18. REAL STORY

19. GONE UP

20. FREE TONIGHT

TOTAL TIME – 50:52; FILE FORMAT – MP3; FILE SIZE – 69.8 MB (73,252,642 bytes)

 

Dancehall Singing Sensation Dreama Interview

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Hear what happens when Jamaican singer Dreama joins Highlanda and Terri K as a guest on Dancehall Now.  This feature introduces some of his new music and gets you the very latest on this talented upcoming artist.  Also in the mix: new music from T.O.K, Konshens, Miguel, and Karamanti.

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Dancehall Now Episode 60 - Dreama Interview

Dancehall Now Episode 60 – Dreama Interview

Look out for more quality music and visuals from the Dreama by logging on to DreamsOfaDreama.Tumblr.Com.

You can also follow him on twitter @DreamaMusic and Facebook.com/DreamaMusic.

For bookings and fan mail : DreamaMusic1@gmail.com and/or DreamaMusicJa@gmail.com.

“Read” by Karamanti #1 on Jamaica’s Roots FM Conscious Top 10

Every so often there comes a track that captures the attention of everyone that hears it in an inexplicable manner. Whether it is the message, the rhythm, or the flow, it simply has that it factor. Karamanti’s single “Read” is one such track.

As the name implies, the song speaks about the importance of reading and associates the degrading lyrics and images in music with the presenter’s ignorance. Since its release, the track has been getting favorable radio rotation both on the local and international scene.

In early October it entered the Conscious Top 10 chart which is featured on the program Intensity Friday, every Friday from 6pm -8pm on Roots 96.1 FM (in Jamaica). As of Friday, November 2nd, “Read” is sitting in the number one spot.

Listen and download “Read” here.

Karamanti collaborates with Ghana’s dancehall icon, Stonebwoy Burniton

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Recording artist Karamanti, who is based in Kingston Jamaica recently connected with one of Ghana’s most recognized dancehall artists, Stonebwoy Burniton.  The two agreed to work together after being interviewed on the Karl X radio show out of the UK on the same day.

The agreement which was made via a social platform will see them collaborating on two tracks. The first of the two is “X-Factor”, which was produced by Infectious and is a record by Stonebwoy Burniton, featuring Karamanti. The follow up song will be produced by Newton Walker and will be a record by Karamanti featuring Stonebwoy Burniton.

Listen and download “X-Factor” here.

Both camps are hoping that this cross marketing effort will help each artist break new ground and acquire a fan base from the others region.  For more news, music, pics and videos from karamanti, visit http://karamanti.blogspot.com/.

 

Karamanti Gets Heavy Rotation In Africa

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. 

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