Foota Hype Premieres Pandora Riddim at Gyalis Wednesdays Prod. By Studio Vybz - @Vybz_Kartel @Tianamusic @StudioVybz
Summer Splash 2015 featuring Dancehall Star Gage was supposed to be the official kickoff to the summer season in for students in San Fernando, Trinidad & Tobago but instead became pandemonium or fan-demounium resulting in the Police shutting down the event before it could begin.
Scheduled to perform at the Creative Arts Center on Circular Road in San Fernando on Saturday June 20th, Gage was contracted by Fire House Promotions to perform for his audience of 500 students, but instead as many as 5,000 people showed up from all over the island. “It was crazy” said Gage, “when we arrived there were so many fans screaming my name outside that we couldn’t get inside. It was crazy.”
The Star, whose recent hit songs include “Kitty Kat,” “Put it Yasso,” and “Culu Culu” is known to have millions of fans around the world and across the Caribbean, with a particular concentration in Trinidad. This performance is the 3rd time the artist has performed there for the year with each show selling out.
Overwhelmed by the chaos created by the star, San Fernando Police were called in to bring the excessive crowd under control. Realizing there were too many fans present, the Police department erred on the side of caution and shut down the event before it could begin. One patron, Dee Dee said “too many people showed up to see Gage and the thing got out of control.” Not one to disappoint his fans, Gage took photos with fans and promised to return when the promoter rescheduled the show.
No one was injured but the ambulance was called for the promoter who passed out.
Gage returned to Jamaica on Monday June 22nd, 2015; he artist will perform at Reggae Sumfest on Dancehall Night, Thursday July 16th, 2015 in Montego Bay at Catherine Hall Entertainment Complex.
Billboard Producer Ricky Blaze Evokes A Favorite Dancehall Era with Mr.Easy's "Bashment Gal" @FMERECORDINGS
U.S.A, Jamaica (MPR Consulting) – By many accounts, the 90’s was deemed one of dancehall favorite eras, from that cherished musical time comes a slew of talented artists who remain at the top of the game such as the legendary dancehall and reggae star Mr.Easy.
Just in time for the summer season, mutli talented singer, songwriter and billboard charting producer Ricky Blaze who has worked with some of the biggest names in Dancehall, Reggae and Hip Hop such as Vybz Kartel, Gyptian, Jim Jones, Major Lazer, Nicki Minaj and many more notable acts has given us “Bashment Gal” performed by the international artist.
The hit bound “Bashment Gal” evokes all that dancehall represents, an easy smooth vibe merged with Mr. Easy’s smooth melodious voice and flow. A contender for summer 2015 anthem, “Bashment Gal” will be available on iTunes via FME Recordings.
Mr Easy is a man over-flowing with music and melodies that deal with the more harmonious aspects of life and living. He was born in the verdant, undulating hills of the Cockpit Country. The transition at the age of ten, for this country boy, to the cold, gray streets of New York City was not an easy rite of passage.
Mr. Easy, who was named for his laid back and easy demeanor faced an awkward transition to New York being Jamaican born, yet of African heritage, something which always seems to create a dilemma of the soul. However, it wasn’t long before he settled into this new lifestyle and started helping “Sir Noel” set up his sound system. Easy joined the crew of DJ’s and experimented with some of the lyrics that he had been writing since he first went to high school. He soon began performing at places like the Starlight Ballroom and singing songs made popular by Dennis Brown. After an introduction to a record producer, Barry, he hit the studios to record a cover version of the Isley Brother’s hit “Caravan Of Love”.
Mr. Easy played and studied hard in the Big Apple, thereby gaining a wealth of experiences in a relatively short space of time. He cites Marvin Gaye, Donny Hathaway, Gladys Knight as well as Erik B and Rakim among his major musical influences. As a youth his dream was to conquer the crowd at New York City’s famous Apollo Theatre while nearly every solo singer that ventured onto that stage was booed off. Mr. Easy was more than successful. Easy recounts how Sidney Mills, the keyboard player from Steel Pulse, helped him to write “Just Be A Lady” and how he sang out for all he was worth. The crowd went wild, they didn’t boo they clapped and cheered. Easy received congratulations and encouragement from people like Patti LaBelle and Quincy Jones. The result of this early success was a record deal with Motown Records and the release of Mr. Easy’s first album.
Extensive touring of the United States, Japan and the Caribbean followed with fellow Jamaican artists such as; Beres Hammond, Shinehead, Red Fox and Shaggy. It was while he was working on his never to be released second album for Warner Brothers with Mickey Bennett that he met Dave Kelly and a long-term alliance was formed. At that time there seemed to be a need to win over a homeland audience that is like none other in the world. For a Jamaican, you could have conquered the globe, but if you’ve never had a major hit in the homeland – you just haven’t truly made it.
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.