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Foota Hype launches F.H.M merchandise, Elephant Man fully endorsed @footahypemusic @elephantmanja

Foota HypeFoota Hype recently launched his FHM (Foota Hype Music) brand of merchandise and it has quickly become very popular in Jamaica, as well as over seas! Currently the merchandise line offers t-shirts and hats, but according to Foota Hype, he will be offering more merchandise in the coming future. In a brief interview with OutARoad.com, Foota Hype states “I’m feeling very surprised and happy at the same time, I never expected the brand to go viral so quickly, people are calling me from all over the world wanting merchandise… I thought the amount of merchandise I brought to Jamaica was a lot, but right now I have sold out already in less than one week! So it’s really doing good, and everybody is really embracing the brand and the movement. Everybody is so proud of me for venturing into something so huge as a single entity, because I’m just doing this by myself… ” Merchandise is available for purchase at his weekly event, “Gallis Wednesday”, and also available for international shipping. Check out the details on his Instagram page @FootaHypeMusic.

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PRGirlAngel now booking for Floridas "Landmark Sound" Supa Sound @prgirlangel @supatwitch @karimhype @smokeyfiyah @dj_kmajor

996746_10153665231553277_545524069194765143_nSupa Twitch has been in love with dancehall music since he was 10 yrs old, so it is no surprise that he grew up to become one of the baddest selectors in the dancehall industry today.

Hailing from East Kingston, Supa Twitch was influenced by sounds and selectors such as Stone Love and Webba of Black Stone, hence the reason for Supa Twitch’s strong foundation.

The first Sound he played was a sound called Supersonic in 1988 and he moved on a year later to Black Stone.

After moving to NY in 1991, Supa Twitch made another step forward in his career by joining New York’s infamous juggling sound, Afrique Soundstation.

In 2001, Supa Twitch decided to eventually move on in the industry as a solo act. This transition from Afrique Soundstation, to solo selector has proven to be quite a powerful move for Supa Twitch’s career.

If you’ve ever attended a Supa Twitch session, you will understand why he is successful. His vibe is unprecedented and most importantly, Supa Twitch always displays the knowledge and power to sway any crowds’ emotions in the direction of the music he plays. This selector’s energy and antics are amusing, always guaranteed to entertain both women and rude boys.

When you want a “real selecta weh talk the tings dem and deal wid the music wicked,” then Supa Twitch is the man.  In 2005, Supa Twitch decided to start his very own sound, Supa Sound. This outfit consists of Smokey Fire, Karim Hype and newly added member, K Major.  Three very talented selectors in their own rights.

The energy evoked from a Supa Sound session is nearly indescribable. You have to be there to fully grasp this musical experience. The sound’s four members form some what of a dancehall dream team, making patrons lose them selves if even just for the night. Supa Sound’s successful formula makes them a sound in great demand and this is the reason they are 2014 International Reggae World Music Awards (IRAWMA) recipients for Florida’s most popular dance DJ.  The sound has Miami and other major world-wide dancehall markets on lock and their explosive 2013 Japan tour is a clear testament to that.

In addition to being Supa Sound’s owner, Supa Twitch has many other accolades under his belt. Supa Twitch’s expansive career has enabled him to tour through out not just Asia, but Europe, America, South America and the Caribbean with artists including Kevin Little and Spragga Benz.

Having already worked with sound system greats like Jagga B, Richie and Supa Claude, it was only natural that Supa Twitch ventured into production. Much to his credit, Supa Twich has produced a number of hot riddims including “The Rock.” This bass-heavy riddim features tracks by Spragga Benz, Bounty Killer and Assassin to name a few.

In 2010, Supa Twitch has taken it to another level by not only co-producing with Karim Hype on the MACHINE RIDDIM but also voicing his first single “GALLIST FROM BIRTH” also with karim Hype. The Machine Riddim also features Spragga, Serani, Wayne Wonder, Busy Signal, Briggy Benz, Kiprich, Honorebel, Flippa Mafia, Kibarki, Bugle….real club bangers!!!

Supa Twitch has also took his talents into the movie industry as he has had significant roles in the movies “LADIES NIGHT OUT” (2006) and “WHAT GOES AROUND” (2008) in which he both did well.

Supa Twitch is by all means a force in the dancehall industry, as he constantly delves into new facets of the business. And the Supa Sound leads the pack with solid and energetic performances. When Supa Sound plays, a basic gathering is always converted into a straight dancehall session. Liven up your next planned event by booking Supa Twitch or Supa Sound TODAY.

27 years and still going strong!!! Give thanks to the ALMIGHTY!! Without GOD this journey wouldn’t have been possible. THE STRONG WILL CONTINUE!!!

For bookings contact PRGirlAngel@gmail.com or 617-820-0448.

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Dancehall News Report: Vybz Kartel Dancehall’s Top Lyricist? Ninjaman Murder Trial & J Capri R.I.P. @VybzKartel @Gibbopresents

Vybz Kartel - Top LyricistDancehall and reggae news round up, topics covered this week  
*  I-Octane’s comments about Vybz Kartel
* Dancehall’s top male lyricists
* Ninjaman’s murder trial
* Beenie Man’s removal from the Raggamuffin Music Festival
* The death of J Capri
* And much more
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Vybz Kartel Says You Fi Think Bout Me Tiana - Available World-Wide - @iamthekartel @TianaMusic @biggadondonja

Think Bout Me - Vybz Kartel and TianaBigga Don Don Records presents dancehall superstar Vybz Kartel and Jamaica’s dancehall duchess Tiana with “Think Bout Me“. Blazing both the streets and airwaves, this hit bound single is available in all major online stores such as iTunes, distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital.

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Zj Chrome Officially Released Mavado Shadow via iTunes & several other Digital Outlets World-Wide @zjchrome

Mavado_shadow_chromeA the M dem a watch you Stand up strong, strong, strong DP dem a watch you Deh yah long, long, long Yeah, me dem a watch And am a doff one, one Mi naw live in a no man shadow” sing billboard star Mavado on his latest single “Shadow“. Produced by acclaimed CR203 records and distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital, “Shadow” is available on all major online digital stores such as iTunes.

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Lucas DiPasquale feat Popcaan "No Talking" FADER Worldwide Video Premiere - @lucasdipasquale @PopcaanMusic

Lucas_Popcaan_No_TalkingCanadian soulful singer Lucas DiPasquale recently filmed the video for his second single “No Talking” from his debut EP “Post Secondary”  featuring dancehall star Popcaan. “Obviously it’s been an honor to work with an artist like Popcaan, considering how much he’s doing and how talented he is, but the song is also getting a lot of love in Jamaica and that makes me feel very fortunate. Shooting the video was mad. I’m still a fan so it was crazy for me,” stated Lucas to The FADER.

Produced by acclaimed Stephen McGregor (Sean Paul, Bounty Killer) and renowned Mojam (Sam Smith, Emeli Sande) and recorded in Toronto, London (UK) and at the infamous Tuff Gong Studios in Jamaica, Post-Secondary EP has four original tracks plus a special acoustic remix at Tuff Gong and features such of the biggest names in dancehall namely Popcaan, Konshens, Assassin aka Agent Sasco, Stylo G and Kardinal Offishall.

POST-SECONDARY EP TRACKLIST
1. Come Home Featuring Assassin
2. No Talking Featuring Popcaan
3. Speech
4. Do It Like Featuring Stylo G, Kardinal Offishall, Konshens
5. Do It Like Featuring Konshens & Stylo G (Tuff Gong Sessions)

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Reggae Superstar Singing Melody Builds a Mansion for Reality TV! - @SingingMelody

The_Hardwares Logo PhotoReggae and Lover’s Rock Superstar Singing Melody, whose formal name is Everton Hardweare, is building a mansion for Reality TV, and fans are riveted to every brick, hammer and nail the star touches!

The Hardweares is the newest and hottest show to be added to television for the Fall season.  Featuring Singing Melody and Wife Ruby Robinson, the two allow camera’s behind closed doors to see what it takes to build a mansion on picturesque North Coast of Jamaica, overlooking the Caribbean Ocean.

With a 13 episode season running from November 21st, 2015 to February 13th, 2016, fans will not only know tile options from color schemes, they will also know the dynamic personalities of Singing Melody, critically acclaimed and international singing sensation, and Ruby, his Wife, who is an executive for a telecommunications firm.  “The show is as much about building this beautiful mansion as it is about family, as it is about our careers away from each other” says Melody while on location.  “We let people in to the comedy and seriousness of building a home and working together as a team to accomplish our goals but also about the highs and lows of working everyday to make a marriage work” adds Ruby.

In the first episode, viewers are given introductions to The Hardweares, the background of their relationship, and their love story about meeting in Kingston, Jamaica 10 years ago.  To add to that, Singing Melody’s singing partners, LUST, make an appearance and talk about the singer as well as the stars of the show as a couple.

Fans are connecting with The Hardweares, and loving what they see.  The shows Facebook page picked up more than 6,000 fans after the airing of the 1st episode, and is receiving unprecedented feedback.  Karen from Jamaica says “there is something about them [Singing Melody and Ruby] that rings genuine … This is my power couple.”

The Harweares, produced by Award winning Sonya Stewart, and two time Emmy Award Winning Senior Producer Angela Thame can be seen in Jamaica on CVM TV at 10PM on Saturday evenings.  It is also airs in the Tri-State on Cablevision (Optimum) 1103, and in Canada on Bell Fibe Channel 661 and Rogers TV Channel 684 on the same day and time.  Stations in 13 more US markets and the UK will begin broadcasting in January, 2016 with Africa and the rest of Europe to be added later in the New Year.

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Shawn Storm Says "A my life suh mi do wa feel right" in his fast rising hit song Life Again - @shawnstormmuzic @tjrecords

Shawn Storm - Life AgainA two road suh meck wi meck a choice A my life suh mi do wa feel right Naw stop hustle and till mi see right By bread alone man shall not live You haffi work hard fi weh you want in a life” sings Shawn Storm on acclaimed billboard producer TJ Records Tears of Joy Riddim. “Life Again” is available on iTunes distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital.

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