BRAND NEW VIDEO BY I-OCTANE. TITLED “HAPPY TIME” PRODUCED BY GOOD GOOD PRODUCTION
Taken from the Album ‘I Sound Is From Creation‘ Out Now on Tads International Records. Video Shot and Directed by Rivah Jordan of SoundKillaz Music November 2012.
‘How We Living’ is another powerful and thought provoking video from Cherine Anderson. The track was produced by Gussie Clark and Cherine and is one of the featured tracks on her latest mixtape JA9.25.
How We Living? is the question asked by Cherine, opening our eyes to some of the realities faced by many while at the same time urging listeners to “take responsibility” to overcome the struggles amidst harsh realities. This heartfelt song was cleverly penned by Cherine with assistance from Chevaughn; with each lyric commanding, inspiring and uplifting. Her mellow and soulful voice does even further justice as ‘How We Living’ takes you where street meets sweet.
With a creative and captivating outline, Cherine conceptualized and directed the video which runs more like a mini-movie. The video is compelling, a must see and will capture both hearts and minds as much as the song does. Although the video features the struggles of a young lady, her male audience is not left out as the video creatively captures the message of the song with issues that are real and affects both men and women.
Catch this video blog review of Mixx Promotions and Highlanda.net’s ‘Intimate’ event that took place at The Bentley’s last week Friday by Ganster J and the Dancehall Link crew. Also look for new picture galleries to be posted very soon.
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Beres is certainly getting his props for the debut single off the album entitled I Feel Good. Here is the official music video for the release. The song is the #1 requested track on the Dancehall Now playlist over the last two weeks. Thank you for listening to Dancehall Now (http://www.highlanda.net/rss/podcast.php) and for emailing us with your feedback (firstname.lastname@example.org). Another option for giving feedback is to take the survey posted at Highlanda.net.
Beres is a favorite of myself and anyone else that’s a fan of lover’s music. Unfortunately in today’s dancehalls, selectors do not play as much lovers rock and vocal music as one would hear in the past. I am glad that this artist is still carrying the banner though. Beres still sells out huge arenas around the world and tops the charts when he drops new projects. The style and content of his music set the standard and bring original lyrical content along with a warm rubadub bassline. Nice!
So I’m gonna go ahead and endorse this one as top rated dancehall now. Pick up the new CD or download the digital, and when you take that first listen, you too will Feel Good.
What do you think of Beres’s music? Will you be checking out the new project?