Dancehall Now Top Rated 8 Songs of the Week 9-17-13

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Dancehall Now’s International Top Rated 8 at 8 Countdown is a collective of the top eight Caribbean music singles across the World.

1 – HERE COMES TROUBLE –  CHRONIXX – OVERSTAND RECORDS

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2 – Fight This Feeling – Shaggy Ft Beres Hammond – Ranch Ent

3  – I AM…I SAID – MIKEY SPICE – JOE FRASER RECORDS

4 – Dweet – Ninjaman feat. Specialist – Downsound Records

5 – Smile Jamaica – Chronixx – Silky Walks Records

6 – Dye Dye – Macka Diamond – Lock City Records/Truckback

7 – Easy to love – Maxi Priest – Fat Eyes/Bulby

8 – At The Top (Just Us) – Mavado – Armzhouse Records

Download or stream the International Top Rated 8 Countdown segment from September 17, 2013.

Have a request for a single to be featured on Dancehall Now? Email Terri K  – terri.k1989@gmail.com – we would love to hear from you!

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NINJA MI NINJA – Ninjaman [OFFICIAL VIDEO]

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Check out Ninja man’s “Ninja mi Ninja” Video and look out for his follow up single “JAMAICA TOWN.”

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Ninjaman Remanded in Custody

Desmond ‘Ninjaman’ Ballentine, was yesterday remanded in custody when he appeared in the Corporate Area Resident Magistrate’s Court to answer to charges of murder, conspiracy to murder and illegal possession of a firearm.

After being sought by police in connection with the murder of Ricardo ‘Ricky Trooper’ Johnson at his Marl Road residence last week Monday. Ninjaman turned himself in to the police last week Wednesday.

According to police report, Ninjaman was among three men who drove up in a grey vehicle and shot Johnson as he swept his yard. When police declared him as a person of interest in the murder, the deejay embarked on a media campaign and declared his innocence saying he had retired from a life of crime.

Ninjaman has been in custody ever since and will return to court on April 7.

Efforts are being made by the police force to nab the other two men who are suspected of chasing and shooting Johnson to death.

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