Every Girl Want The Gully Whine - Hot New Song By Gully Bop @gullybop1000 @blackspaderecords @Jwonder21
- Blak Spade Records presents “Gully Whine” Remix performed by Gully Bop. It’s been a busy summer for the dancehall star as he has been busy performing worldwide delivering such singles as the “Gully Whine” Remix. The sizzling summer single is now available via 21st Hapilos Digital on iTunes.
- “The 4×4 go suh pam, pam Blaze up the place like lantern Pu**y hole from yo try dis Waltom Rise up a rifle a falcon Just member this” sings billboard dancehall star Mavado on his latest “Hide & Seek” (Pandora Riddim”. Distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital and produced by Studio Vibes Entertainment, “Hide & Seek” is available on iTunes.
- Young reggae rising star Jahmiel delivers “Heart Break”. “And everybody made mistakes And everybody get dem heartbreak A true mi get girl easy That’s why mi haffi learn the hard way” sings Jahmiel on the hit bound tune produced by Quantanium Records. “Heart Break” is distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital and available in all major online stores such asiTunes.
Bread Back Prod. Kick Out with New EP ft Beenie Man, Sizzla, Erup, Delly Ranx & More @dibreadback @Jwonder21
- Bread Back Productions presents “Kick Out Riddim” EP. The riddim features Grammy Award winner Beenie Man with “Bus a Laugh”, international reggae star Sizzla “Nuuh Needle”, Delly Ranx “Deal It”, Erup “Summer League” featuring Jah Strength, and Mr.Murphy with Kick Out Yuh Nuh Sick Out”. Distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital, “Kick Out Riddim” EP is now available in all major online stores such as iTunes.
OMI’s ‘Cheerleader’ charges back to the top of the Billboard Hot 100.
UPDATED Aug. 18, 2:15 p.m.: This story has been updated to reflect new chart data, which was reprocessed by Nielsen Music following the story’s original Monday posting. As a result, Lana Del Rey’s “High By the Beach” debuts at No. 51 on the Billboard Hot 100 instead of No. 7. On Digital Songs, it debuts at No. 10 instead of No. 1, with 67,000 sold, instead of 248,000, as originally reported. The information below has been updated to reflect corrected data.
OMI hoists his debut hit “Cheerleader” back to the top of the Billboard Hot 100, rebounding 2-1 for a fifth week in charge. The reggae/pop smash dethrones “Can’t Feel My Face” (1-2) by Hot 100 Music Festival headliner The Weeknd, which rose to No. 1 last week. As a consolation, The Weeknd adds a second top five this week, zooming 11-5 with “The Hills.”
As we do each Monday, let’s run down the top 10 and more on the Hot 100 (dated Aug. 29). (Highlights of the airplay/sales/streaming-based Hot 100 post on Billboard.com each Monday.)
“Cheerleader,” released on Louder Than Life/Ultra/Columbia, returns to the top of the Hot 100 while holding at its No. 2 peaks on both Radio Songs (149 million in audience, up 3 percent, according to Nielsen Music) and Streaming Songs (16.3 million U.S. streams, up 2 percent). On Digital Songs, which it led for four weeks, “Cheerleader” rebounds 3-2 (119,000 downloads sold, down 8 percent, in the week ending Aug. 13).
At five weeks on top for “Cheerleader,” OMI boasts the longest-leading reggae No. 1 on the Hot 100 by a solo male in more than 22 years. The last reggae ruler by a solo male to reign longer? Snow’s “Informer,” which led for seven weeks in March-April 1993. Among all acts, the last reggae No. 1 to spend more than four weeks on top: MAGIC!’s “Rude” (six weeks) last summer.
“I woke up humming the melody one morning when I was 21,” OMI (born Omar Samuel Pasley), 29, recently told Billboard of “Cheerleader.” “It was like a little Jamaican nursery rhyme, like ‘one, two, buckle my shoe,’ that kind of thing. The rest of the song just fell into place like a jigsaw puzzle.”
Iakopo new single ‘Supernatural’ has drawn much attention on local airwaves this week, has he makes he media rounds for audio promotion. On his recent stop on Tuesday to HITZ 92 FM (a member of the RJR group) with DJ Izahbing, the energy in studio was amazing as fans from all over the country got a chance to learn about his musical journey. The fans got an opportunity to hear his music as well as live vocal prowess on live air, causing much attention to his social media post the interview.
Iakopo is a culturally enriched talent, a native of California (USA), who fell in love with a sound and lifestyle undefined by geography. At an early age, Iakopo (pronounced YAH-KO-POW) was transplanted to the pacific islands- Samoa, then later on to Hawaii, where he has led a reggae infused and influenced lifestyle. Hence, his development and progression to the exploration of reggae as a genre and more so to Jamaica was a matter or destiny rather than choice. After staking his claim and finding success in Hawaii, he was once again culturally transplanted into in another mecca of reggae- Japan, where was signed to Universal Japan and Sony Music Japan, where he has spent the last five (5) years building an envious fan base, perfecting his sound and image, as well as mapping his career course to where he is now, here in Kingston, Jamaica.
With his childhood influences being the likes of reggae legends UB40 etc, and coming to the home of Bob Marley and other iconic reggae stars, Iakopo found a musical partnership with Morgan Heritage (specifically Gramps Morgan, who produced the track) based on the recommendation of a friend. This project saw him making his way to Kingston and Montego Bay and the end product is a stellar track titled ‘Super Natural’ poised for greater attention and success, he see this as the calm before the musical storm. ‘Supernatural’ was a logical title for the project, as the lyrics flowed from elements such as the wind, earth and water, complimented with a sweet instrumental which proved fitting.
On arrival in Kingston in February, the final product ready in March/April, Iakopo is bursting with excitement at the prospects of reaching and connecting with the ears, hearts, mind and souls of the Jamaican audience. This has been evident this week, as he sits down with several media houses and offered them the opportunity to listen objectively to the track as well as follow-up projects. The reviews and critics have been overwhelmingly positive, paired with an imminent release of the accompanying video in upcoming weeks, all ears and eyes are set to see where his next steps will be.
Not to spoil it though, Iakopo returns to Japan this week where he commences his summer tour headlining venues with sold out events with 40,000+ stadium capacity. Given his new found experiences, projects and Jamaican culture admixed firmly into his music and passion complimented by his unique sound, we are sure festival goers in Japan will have an amazing musical experience. Iakopo manager Stylez, of Blaze Entertainment Records, is just as excited about the direction his music is taking both him as a talent, but the overall quality of the team as well. Stylez cited that the next coming weeks are exciting, with the kind of opportunities to come, and plans for extensive media presence by Iakopo.
By Alexis Stevens: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Rapper Rick Ross will be allowed to leave Georgia so he can attend his concerts, a Fayette County judge ruled Thursday afternoon.
He’ll have restrictions though, including providing his itinerary to the district attorney’s office. He also must return home within two hours when he returns to Georgia.
But it was a win for the rapper, whose real name is William Roberts, who will be able to go on tour.
“Feels real good just to go out,” Ross told Channel 2 Action News. “Everybody that supported you, your fans. And everybody that’s been sending their love.”
Ross was in court on charges stemming from his second of two arrests. Ross, 39, was arrested June 24 after allegedly assaulting two service workers who threw a party in his home without the rapper’s permission. Ross was charged with aggravated assaulted, aggravated battery and kidnapping in the June 4 incident at his sprawling 235-acre estate.
Ross and his bodyguard, Nadrian James, allegedly took two men into the guest house on the property and attacked them, according to police. Ross allegedly beat one man in the head and face with a Glock handgun, causing extensive injuries.
The rapper bought the palatial estate formerly owned by Holyfield for $5.8 million in January 2014. The house has 109 rooms, a movie theater, an Olympic-size swimming pool and a separate 4,000-square-foot guest home. As part of his bond conditions, Ross agreed to forfeit ownership of the estate if he violated a judge’s orders.
The alleged assault was Ross’ second run-in with Fayette law enforcement in a matter of weeks. On June 10, he was arrested on a misdemeanor marijuana charge for five joints that police allegedly found in his car.
The founder of Maybach Music Group, Ross is perhaps best known for his 2006 single “Hustlin’.”
Reggae In The Park Presents: Catch A Fire Tour 2015 with Damian "Jr.Gong" Marley & Stephen - @stephenmarley @damianmarley @DestineMedia
Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley and Stephen “Ragga” Marley will kick off their Catch A Fire Tour at Reggae in the Park on Saturday August 29th, in celebration of Bob Marley’s 70th birthday year in Philadelphia, with Morgan Heritage , Tarrus Riley, Jo Mersa and Black Am I rounding out the line-up. Reggae in the Park known for their dynamic line up and family oriented show each year is set to stage another memorable showing of reggae, roots and culture this year.
Reggae in the Park brings the Delaware Valley community together for an all-day family fun-filled event during the summer season with a host of reggae talent. The event also features arts and craft vendors, and the expansion of the global and Caribbean food vendors at the top of the hill. As Reggae in the Park continues to grow they have added several new fun filled family events and specialty vendors in order to achieve the full reggae experience.
This year’s festival features 2 stages of music on both the Mann’s main stage and at the local stage plus DJ /Soundsystem sets on the main plaza. Also on this year’s line up patrons will see 9 Mile Roots band, SensaMotion, Steppin Razor, I Yahn I Arkestra, Spokey Speaky, Dub Smith and Mumma Gee. With a stellar line-up and more artists to be added, it is evident this is an event you do not want to miss.
“Always striving to provide a platform for good reggae music, which all can enjoy is our aim and this year we strongly feel we hit the mark. Tickets go on sale tomorrow we urge everyone to purchase tickets early” says Jamaica Dave co promoter of Reggae in the Park.
Headliners Main Stage
Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley
The youngest son of Reggae legend Bob Marley, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley garnered his own place in music history when he became the first ever Reggae artist to win a GRAMMY outside of the Reggae category, taking home an award for Best Urban/Alternative performance for his title single, “Welcome To Jamrock.” The acclaimed 2005 breakthrough disc Welcome To Jamrock, also won a GRAMMY for Best Reggae Album. Marley has been shaking up stages all over the world for the past few years, first in conjunction with his Distant Relatives project., and then when he went on to partner with Skrillex for their groundbreaking track “Make It Bun Dem”, which Rolling Stone called “a monster mash up of dubstep and dancehall.” Damian is also working with his brothers Stephen and Julian under their Ghetto Youths International Label, to discover, develop and sign gifted artistes by applying their musical talent and vast experience to create new and different styles of music. Damian is currently in the studio working on his upcoming solo album.
OutAroad Top 20 Hot Singles Chart – August 15, 2015
1- 2 – Vybz Kartel – Money Me A Look – True Loyalty Records
2- 3 – Alkaline – On Fleek – True Loyalty Records
3- 1 – Dexta Daps & Tifa – Jealous Ova – Daseca Production
4- 4 – Vershon – Inna Real Life – CashFlow Records
5- 5 – Vybz Kartel Gon Get Better – Adidjaheim/TJ Records
6- 7 – Vybz Kartel Willie Bounce – TJ Records
7- 9 – Tiana – Left Him (No Furture Gauranteed) – Markus Records
8- 10 -Vanessa Bling – Future Gauranteed – Markus Records
9- 11 -Popcaan – Way Up – Anju Blaxx (UIM Records)
10- 12 – Aidonia – Nuh Boring Gyal – Jag One Production
11- 8 – I-Octane Dont Stop Di Vibes – Markus Records
12- 14 – Vershon – Use To Hungry – Frens For Real Production
13- 6 – Mavado – feat Future & Ace Hood – I Ain’t Going Back Broke – We The Best Music
14- 15 – Mavado My League – Good Good Productions
15- 16 – Alkaline Up – Good Good Productions
16- 17 – Vybz Kartel – Party – Good Good Productions
17- 18 – Vybz Kartel – Who Trick Him – Studio Vibes Production
18- 20 – Popcaan – Never Sober – NotNice Records
19- 19 – Tiana – Badman Nah Bend Nuh Back – Studio Vibes Production
20- 13 – Spice – Needle Eye Pum Pum – Brixton Music Group
Top Five Bubblers
1 Dexta Daps Ft BlakkMan – Miss You So Much – Frenz For Real Productions
2 Versatile Ft. Popcaan – Made It (Remix) – Yawdkore Music/Damani Records
3 Tiana – Bend Suh – OutAroad Prod/TimeCode Records
4 Macka Diamond – Mosquita One – Black Shadow Music
5 Jahmiel – Gain The World – Quantanium Records