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OutAroad Top 20 Hot Singles Chart - July 27, 2015 (Week One) - Jamaica

1- Dexta Daps & Tifa – Jealous Ova – Daseca Production
2- Vybz Kartel – Money Me A Look – True Loyalty Records
3- Alkaline – On Fleek – True Loyalty Records
4- Vershon – Inna Real Life – CashFlow Records
5- Vybz Kartel Gon Get Better – Adidjaheim/TJ Records
6- Mavado – feat Future & Ace Hood – I Ain’t Going Back Broke – We The Best Music
7- Vybz Kartel Willie Bounce – TJ Records
8- I-Octane Dont Stop Di Vibes – Markus Records
9- Tiana – Left Him (No Furture Gauranteed) – Markus Records
10- Vanessa Bling – Future Gauranteed – Markus Records
11- Popcaan – Way Up – Anju Blaxx (UIM Records)
12- Aidonia – Nuh Boring Gyal – Jag One Production
13- Spice – Needle Eye Pum Pum – Brixton Music Group
14- Vershon – Use To Hungry – Frens For Real Production
15- Mavado My League – Good Good Productions
16- Alkaline Up – Good Good Productions
17- Vybz Kartel – Party – Good Good Productions
18 Vybz Kartel – Who Trick Him – Studio Vibes Production
19- Tiana – Badman Nah Bend Nuh Back – Studio Vibes Production
20- Popcaan – Never Sober – NotNice Records

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

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Chimney Records After Party Riddim joins the list of Hot Summer Riddims for 2015 - @chimneyrecords @Jwonder21

  • After_Party_Riddim_BeenieMan_Mavado_Aidonia_Demarco_Popcaan_SeanPaulAfter the concert is done, the dance lock up, where do you go? Chimney Records invites you to the “After Party” Riddim to party with Grammy Award winners Sean Paul with “Ganja Mi Smoke” and Beenie Man “We Run Road”, Agent Sasco “Everybody Rock”, Demarco “Who The Hell Cares”, Popcaan “Inna Di Lobby”, Tarrus Riley “Good Family, Good Friends”, Aidonia IV “No Man To Mi Spilff”, I Octane “Get Gyal”, Alkaline “Living It Up”, Chi Ching Ching “Coob Dem Up” and Chilando “everything Check”. Distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital, “After Party Riddim” is available on iTunes.
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Vybz Kartel - Pressure Official Video - @iamthekartel @realyouths @simeondigreat @jwonder21

Wha Yuh Nuh Bout “Pressure” Blazing Hot New Video by Vybz Kartel is shot on Location in Kingston Jamaica,The Story Line Plays Out Like a Hollywood Movie. Video Directed By Simeon Hedge and Produced By Real Youths Entertainment.

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Mad Cobra is back with Style It - Now Available On iTunes - @brixtonmg @Jwonder21

  • Mad_Cobra_Style_ItWith the accolades of the first reggae artist to top the Billboard rap singles chart, Mad Cobra name is forever embedded in dancehall history. His latest single “Style It” produced by Successful Brixton Music Group and distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital has taken social media by storm and quickly made it’s way onto various charts. “Style It” is now available on iTunes.
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Elephant Man - Friends Weh Pass Away Now Available Worldwide - @eledienergygod @jwonder21

  • Elephant_Man_Friends_Weh_Pass-AwayUnder his own imprint label Energy God Productions, Elephant Man touching dedication to “Friends Weh Pass Away” is available in all major online stores such as iTunes distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital.
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Alkaline Seh Fi Bend Yuh Back - Now Available On iTunes - @frassout_family @RealAlkaline @Jwonder21 @TheAlkaline

Bend_Yuh_Back_AlkalineControversial dancehall artist Alkaline wants the ladies to “Mi gyal, bend yo back mi like how you a gwaan When you whine no clothe you nuh fi have on No gyal, nuh santa nuh in a fi yo class Bend yo back everybody fi look when you a pass“. The dancehall single “Bend Yuh Back” produced by Frassout Family and distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital is out now on iTunes and all major online stores. 

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Ziggy Marley and Trombone Shorty for Hard Rock Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena Concert - @ZiggyMarley @Tromboneshorty

Ziggy_Marley_Trombone_ShortyThis Thursday night, July 30, Ziggy Marley and Trombone Shorty will be performing at the Hard Rock Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena. This is one show you will not want to miss! The weather in Tahoe is expected to be perfect that evening, so come enjoy beautiful music under the breathtaking skies of Lake Tahoe performed by two stunning musicians.

General Admission tickets are only $40 and VIP tickets are $75.
Doors open at 6:30pm and the show begins at 7:30pm. All ages welcomed.

Buy your advanced tickets today to allow yourself easy and smooth access into the venue while avoiding long box office lines. Just select the Print-At-Home option.

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Busy Signal Stands By Initial Statement - @BusySignal_Turf @L3Publicity

Busy SignalIt is regrettable that this incident has happened, however, Busy Signal and Turf Music Entertainment stand by their initial statement “we were not aware of the monies owed to Peppers Entertainment Limited.”

Juke Boxx Productions has disclosed that they received USD $30,000 for the show. Bank transfers, which were made available to Turf Music Entertainment via the promoter, indicates that USD $37,088 was sent.

Furthermore, after severing ties with Juke Boxx, documents relating to this show were never forwarded to Turf Music Entertainment; whether in print, email or hard copy format. Juke Boxx also mentioned that Busy Signal received a deposit of USD $22,500 (after deducting their 10% fee of US $2,500). This would bring the total to $25,000 USD. It therefore stands to reason that $5,000 USD paid by the promoter to Juke Boxx is still unaccounted for and was never paid to the artiste.

As it relates to the court documents, it is evident that Juke Boxx actually received $37,088 and not $30,000 as they stated, that $7,088, is also unaccounted for and was never paid to the artiste.  It is indeed true that the promoter was in breach of the contract as referred to in their release:

(4. If PURCHASER fails or refuses to comply with any of the material provisions contained in the Contract or this Rider, including but not limited to filing or refusing (A) to proceed with the presentation of the engagement which is the subject of the Contract (B) To make payment (s) has set forth in this Contract on or before the dates and times specified or otherwise defaults in performing any obligations under this agreement, the ARTISTE and Juke Boxx Productions shall be entitled to retain said deposits as liquidated damages).

However, realizing the harsh economic times, Busy Signal agreed to refund the promoter $9,000 USD in 2013 (referred to in the penultimate paragraph of Juke Boxx’s statement).

With all the information that has now come to light, Busy Signal and by extension Turf Music ​Entertainment is therefore requesting that Juke Boxx Productions release the original contract along with all bank statements of monies received from Pepperrs Entertainment Limited regarding this event.

We therefore advise, that collecting on someone’s behalf without full disclosure can create confusion and lead to unpleasant consequences.

 

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Gregory Isaacs’ Mural Service Planned - @TaylorMade876

gregory-isaacs_muralThe wife of the late veteran reggae artiste, Gregory Isaacs, is set to reveal a mural for Isaacs Today (July 15th 2015) in Downtown Kingston – between Charles Street and Orange Street. June Isaacs shared, “Gregory Isaacs is still very dear to my heart, and this is a way for others to remember him for his music, performances and songwriting”.

The ceremony will highlight the music and charitable work done by the veteran along with tributes from friends of the music fraternity. June added “this is slated to be a remembrance of all that Gregory has contributed to music and several communities; he was a great man that aimed to make positive changes wherever he went”.

The legendary Gregory Isaacs is known for singles such as ‘Night Nurse’, ‘Number One’ and ‘Hot Stepper’ just to name a few. It has been 6 years since Gregory Isaacs’s passing and his fans still very much appreciate his music. His foundation The Gregory Isaac Foundation was formed after his passing in 2011 by June Isaacs and was done in an effort to continue his charitable work.

The core focus of the foundation is child welfare and anti drug/violence messages which are highlighted every November – Drug Awareness Month. The main beneficiaries are the Walkers Place Safety, St. Barnabas Early Childhood Institute, Black Harmony Basic School and the National Council for Drug Abuse.

The unveiling of the mural for the late Gregory Isaac is set to begin at 4pm and end at 6pm.

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