Deva Bratt clears things up with regards to his current legal affairs, he addresses being on the run, the warrant for his arrest and his latest court appearance.
Rvssian releases Customer Care Riddim ft Vybz Kartel, I-Octane, Konshens, Beenie Man, Demarco & More @rvssianhcr @Jwonder21
- Produced by Rvssian for acclaimed Head Concussion Records, “Customer Care Riddim” will provide all your musical needs. The riddim features such popular dancehall stars as international billboard charting Vybz Kartel with title track “Customer Care”, Grammy award winner Beenie Man “Love Me”, Demarci “Unlock Code”, Konshens “Gyal A Whine”, Chan Dizzy “7 Days”, I Octane and Quick Cook “Go Go Club”. international billboard charting Vybz Kartel with title track “Customer Care”, Grammy award winner Beenie Man “Love Me”, Demarci “Unlock Code”, Konshens “Gyal A Whine”, Chan Dizzy “7 Days”, I Octane and Quick Cook “Go Go Club”. The star studded riddim is available on itunes distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital.
- Subkonshus Music presents “1000 Forward” by dancehall star Konshens. “No boy nah put on man pot round a yard So me nuh too matter who nuh like me when me talk Man a independent yute weh work hard” sings Konshens under his own imprint label. The sizzling single distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital is available in all major digital stores, including iTunes.
- Get musically tipsy with Good Good Productions “Liquor Riddim“. The riddim features Alkaline “Up”, Grammy award star Beenie Man “Jamaica”, Esco “Girl Da Wine”, I OCtane “One Life”, Konshens & Darrio “No New To Girl”, billboard star Mavado “My League”, Quick Cook & Kreecha “Back On The Floor”, Teejay “Real Hot” and international dancehall superstar Vybz Kartel “Party”. Distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital, “Liquor Riddim” is now available on all major digital stores such as iTunes.
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Wiz Khalifa's 'See You Again' No. 1 on Hot 100, OMI's 'Cheerleader' Hits Top 10 - @wizkhalifa @omimusiconline
By Gary Trust
‘Again’ leads for a ninth week, holding off Taylor Swift’s former No. 1 ‘Bad Blood.’ Plus, OMI charges into the top 10 with ‘Cheerleader.’
Wiz Khalifa‘s Furious 7 soundtrack smash “See You Again,” featuring Charlie Puth, tops the Billboard Hot 100 for a ninth week. It keeps the No. 1 spot over Taylor Swift‘s “Bad Blood” (featuring Kendrick Lamar), which interrupted the reign of “Again” when it led the chart three weeks ago.
Plus, OMI jumps into the top 10 with his debut reggae/pop hit “Cheerleader.”
Give me an H … O … T … (you get the idea …) Just like every Wednesday, let’s run down the top 10 and more on the sales/airplay/streaming-based Hot 100 (dated June 27).
“Again,” released on Atlantic Records and promoted to radio by Roadrunner Promotions, maintains its No. 1 rank on the Hot 100 by tallying a fourth week atop the Radio Songs chart with 171 million in all-format audience (up less than 1 percent), according to Nielsen Music. It holds at No. 2 on Streaming Songs (18.3 million U.S. streams, down 5 percent) after eight weeks on top and stays at No. 2 on Digital Songs (139,000 downloads sold, down 12 percent, in the week ending June 14), which it led for seven weeks.
“Again” additionally leads Billboard’s Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Hot Rap Songscharts for a 10th week each and the Songs of the Summer chart for a third week. (It’s topped Songs of the Summer each week since the list made its annual return.)
As it extends its run atop the Hot 100, “Again” is one of just nine rap hits (defined as titles which have appeared on Hot Rap Songs) that have led the Hot 100 for nine weeks or more. Here’s an updated look at the rap No. 1s that have ruled the Hot 100 the longest:
OMI notches the week’s lone new Hot 100 top 10, as “Cheerleader” climbs 11-7. The reggae-splashed track jumps 5-3 on Digital Songs (135,000); hits the Streaming Songs top 10 (14-10; 8.2 million); and darts 23-18 on Radio Songs (54 million), up by 18 percent in each metric.
The breakout hit for the Jamaican artist (full name: Omar Samuel Pasley) has found global success thanks in large part to its remix by Felix Jaehn. Among its reigns, it led the Official UK Singles chart for four weeks. It also spends a 12th week atop the Reggae Digital Songs chart and has sold 641,000 downloads to-date (with more than half of its release-to-date total scanned in just the last three weeks).
“Cheerleader” joins the elite club of reggae hits that have crossed over to the Hot 100’s top 10 over the years. Here are 10 other sunny reggae smashes of note:
Johnny Nash, “I Can See Clearly Now” (No. 1, four weeks, 1972)
Eric Clapton, “I Shot the Sheriff” (No. 1, one week, 1974) (written by Bob Marley)
Two No. 1 smashes by UB40: “Red Red Wine” (one week, 1988) and “Can’t Help Falling in Love” (seven weeks, 1993)
Inner Circle, “Bad Boys” (No. 8, 1993) (aka, the theme from Fox’s Cops)
Big Mountain, “Baby, I Love Your Way” (No. 6, 1994)
Two No. 1s by Shaggy: “It Wasn’t Me” (two weeks) and “Angel” (one week), both in 2001
Sean Paul, “Get Busy” (No. 1, three weeks, 2003)
MAGIC!, “Rude” (No. 1, six weeks, 2014)
And, as previously noted, OMI (pronounced “OH-mee”) is not to be confused with OMD, which reached No. 4 in 1986 with its Pretty in Pink soundtrack hit “If You Leave.” Or … OMC, which hit No. 4 on Radio Songs in 1997 with “How Bizarre.” (Or … Usher’s “OMG,” featuring will.i.am, which led for four weeks in 2010.)
New “Unstoppable” Video from Vybz Kartel off his Billboard Charting Viking (Vybz is King) Album Produced By Vybz Kartel & TJ Records, Video Directed & Edited By Sean Alaric / Class One.
Vybz Kartel, Vybz Is King! The international dancehall superstar has remained a constant fixture on various radio charts while blazing both the airwaves and dance floors with a succession of hits after hits. The popularity of Vybz Kartel is omnipresent and the star still garners numerous award nominations worldwide.
Billboard producer TJ Records teamed up with Adidjaheim Records to presents Vybz Kartel “VIKING (Vybz Is King) ” EP also featuring productions from Short Boss Muzik, the imprint label ofVybz Kartel common law wife. Deemed to become a collector’s item, the EP features such singles as“Dancehall”, “Time”, “Volcano” and “Facebook Like” among others. Distributed by digital giant 21st Hapilos Digital, Vybz Kartel “VIKING (Vybz Is King) EP” is available on all major digital markets such as iTunes.
Kingston, JAMAICA: – Following a blazing premiere by DJ Sunshine on Irie FM last Wednesday, the single The Ghetto (Ghetto Life), has definitely taken on a life of its own and is saturating radio, the dancehall and the clubs.
This new, must-listen, social commentary from consistent hit-maker, I-Octane, demonstrates yet again, the reason that this versatile singjay maintains his lead ahead of the pack. Octane is one of the select few entertainers who knows exactly where to find the big tunes and, added to that, he is also keenly aware of precisely when to drop them. Music critics predict that The Ghetto will have fans and detractors alike uniting is complete harmony as they sing the true-to-life words of this single on the De Saga riddim
The Ghetto speaks to the roots of crime and violence, the effect on the ghetto youth and the role of the corrupt politician who facilitates the dons and at the same time shuns them. It is a thought-provoking single which seeks to open the eyes of the ghetto youth to the reality of the “system (which) tun you inna Don” and enables the “politician (to) control we”.
According to I-Octane, this song is more than just another commentary, it speaks to him on a personal level. The artiste, who was quoted in The Gleaner recently bemoaning the level of crime in his home parish, Clarendon, feels that the time has come for many in the society to wise up.
“It’s time for ghetto youths to wise up, rise up and take a positive stand. A life of crime is not anything to aspire to. At the end of the day, it’s the youths who are losing their lives senselessly – whether they are killed or they end up behind bars. It’s time to send the politicians packing with their hand-outs, whatever they may be,” the Lose A Friend singer said.
The Ghetto, which is on the Jones Ave label, also has other big names making an impact on the riddim, including the likes of Vybz Kartel featuring Lil Miss, Mr. Vegas and others.
Meanwhile, the workaholic entertainer is putting the finishing touches to his third studio album, which takes its title from his trademark slang, Everthing Correck. Produced by Marcus Myrie, the son of iconic deejay, Buju Banton,Everthing Correck is a masterpiece production from the young Myrie. The first single, Don’t Stop the Vibes, has already been causing a stir since its release and the accompanying music video has already been packaged.
Being apart from Karrueche Tran has really taken its toll on Chris Brown – HollywoodLife has EXCLUSIVELY learned that Chris was super depressed about missing her on the set of his video ‘Do It Again’ – find out more!
Days before Chris Brown, 26, and Karrueche Tran, 27, got into a huge public screaming match during the early morning hours of June 5, Chris was shooting his new music video and an insider told HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY that he was struggling hard-core. He couldn’t stop thinking about Karrueche and how much he missed her – could this have provoked him to show up at her house at 3am days later?!
“Normally, Chris morphs into his alter ego when he’s shooting music videos but this was one of the hardest working days for him ever. All he could think about was Karrueche. It was really hard for him to stay in character as he lip-synced his voice over his verse. The words in the verse were playing tricks on him. It was like he was singing to Karrueche, something he always loved doing for her, but she wasn’t there. It took him at least 5 different times to nail his part,” a source shared with HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
The following evening, Chris showed up to a club that Karruche was at and they actually left together! It’s not what you think though, the two allegedly had a huge fight at the club and the car dropped them off at separate locations. The night didn’t end there, though! Chris apparently showed up at her house at 3:30AM and they allegedly got into a huge screaming match! Chris was probably just trying to win her back at first, but she was clearly not having it!