Patrick "Roach" Samuels, former producer and long-time friend of prominent Dancehall artiste, Vybz Kartel, called out Don Corleon on Wednesday. In this video, Roach accused Don Corleon of corrupting the mind of "Di Teacha," amongst other artists and producers, calling him Dancehall's "poison." Additionally, Roach claimed that the Major & Minor Riddim producer tried to prevent his first major production, the Siren Riddim (2005), from being released via Greensleeves Records CEO, Chris Cracknell. The Riddim featured Kartel, along with Buju Banton, Busy Signal, and Anthony B amongst several other major Dancehall/Reggae acts.
Last weekend Lady Saw shot her video for Love Sick in her new hometown Ocho Rios, which will be released early February. There has been a buzz internationally about the song Love Sick on the Overproof rhythm produced by JA … Continue reading →
Rumfire and popular producers JA Productions are looking to give patrons at the upcoming Sting an exclusive treat with the debut of the Rumfire rhythm. Scheduled for December 26 at Jamworld, Portmore, the ‘greatest one-night reggae show on Earth’, Sting, … Continue reading →
Dancehall producer Justus Arison is riding high on the success of his Overproof rhythm. The producer already sees the possibility of copping the Rhythm of the Year award, and boasts the strength of international R&B singer Daniel Beddingfield who recorded … Continue reading →
Having released only one album in her career, dancehall artiste Macka Diamond is releasing another called ‘Don’t Disturb Mi’. In 2006, the artiste released Money-O while signed to Greensleeves Records. However, the deal was cut short due to the company’s … Continue reading →
After rocking thousands of fans in Zimbabwe earlier this year, Dancehall energy god Elephant Man will return to the African continent this December for two shows the first of which will be in Uganda on December 2nd and the other … Continue reading →
Kip Rich has hit #1 with ‘Talk’ on the Fiwi Choice Top ten charts this week, jumping eight places to number one based on the overwhelming response on street mixtapes and total radio spins this week. “I feel really great … Continue reading →