Dancehall Artiste, Macka Diamond just gave us (Dye Dye) a favourite among males and females alike and one of the biggest Dancehall songs for 2013 and hands-down the biggest song of her career; topping hits like Bun Him, Done Already, Hoola Hoop, Tink Bout Mi and Cowfoot
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There are over 200 sound systems in Jamaica to date, but when the question is asked as to which is the champion and reigning king of them all, without hesitation the response is Stone Love. Stone Love made their entry into the dancehall business in 1972 and for the past 34 years it has been the sound systems with the most potent and magnetic force to pull crowds and cork any dancehall. Stone Love has recently signed a partnership with Magnum Tonic Wine.
The name Stone Love has become an international household name and it is the most sought after sound system today. Record producers, singers and Djs will do anything to hear tunes being played on the set. The dancehall massive will follow the sound to wherever end of the earth it goes to listen to the voices of their favourite entertainment idols. Stone Love is the brainchild of Winston WeePow Powell, a man that thousands of people today, hold in high esteem for his professionalism, credibility, and persistence of excellence.
During his childhood years, WeePow wanted more than anything else in the world to be the owner of his very own sound system. An ardent lover of music and growing up in Molynes Road, an area known for its regular dancehall sessions, no dance ever missed him. WeePow's mentor, singer Hopeton Lewis, who lived in the same yard as he, took him to dances everywhere which was what the young sound-inclined lad wanted.
DAGCK Promotions fast rising recording artiste Aksess drops his latest video for his hit single “Stress Me Out”. The video, directed by Nordia Rose, was shot at several carefully chosen locations throughout Kingston and Portmore to depict the overall message of the song; The struggles of all class of people in Jamaica.
Aksess' “Stress Me Out” were featured and voted Number 1 on TVJ Roll Out Friday.
“Stress Me Out” is produced by DAGCK Promotions and IM LOUD Music.
As one of the CEO of the independent record label EDB Entertainment, eXile di brave has team up with GMPRO music to bring you their new reggae one drop riddim for the 2011. They have just shot the first medley off the riddim which includes a few upcoming artists such as Kamar I and Ras Kali.
Apart from the release of the Patience Medley Video eXile di brave is now busy making the necessary preparations for his upcoming tour which will get started a few months from now. The tour is also geared towards promoting his previous mixtape and his present mixtape that’s currently in the making.
Young and upcoming dancehall artiste Singy Singy stars in his first movie "Concrete Jungle" ('Kingston 12'), where he plays the role of a young man that grew up in Concrete Jungle, who tries to pursue music as a career.
In the film, Singy is also friends with some of the most notorious members of the Bangers Gang ever since his childhood. On his way to stardom Singy held witness to a destructive outbreak of war in his community and because of his associates Singy was seen as a major enemy through the eyes of the devastated opposing Mafia Gang, that only lead him to do one thing "defend himself".
The movie was shot on various locations in Kingston including Jungle/Rema & Cassava Piece home of dancehall's finest Mavado, and is a production of Badd Company Entertainment. The film was directed and produced by upcoming dancehall artiste Badd Indyan. Also guest starring in the movie are Nesbeth and Chase Cross.
The film also won an award at the recently held Reggae Film Festival and is to be released for this christmas 2010.
Danielle now has her sights set at escalating to international stardom. She pulled herself away from the scene to record a series of tracks with music legends, Sly & Robbie. With the objective of completing her debut album, she has been concentrating on solid productions for a worldwide audience. Outaroad has an exclusive sneak peek at one of these tracks, "Push Over". Check it out and tell us what you think.
Montego Bay artistes Eppirebel and Dannella who recently released a song titled Kickers Ova Clarks a counteraction for Vybz Kartel's smashing hit single Clarks will definitely have you cracking-up the moment you start listening to the track.
Kickers Ova Clarks has already been added to several disc jocks playlist such as Big A who was the first to play the song.
Within a few days Eppirebel and Dannella will be busy shooting the video for Kickers Ova Clarks
Do not be afraid to cry while watching this video - Michael Jackson was the greatest entertainer to ever set foot on earth.
DID YOU KNOW: James Brown died on the December 25th - Aaliyah on August 25th - Left Eye on April 25th - Micheal Jackson on June 25th - How Random is that
These Japanese dancers seems to be getting better than the Jamaican dancers - watch and see for yourself
OutAroad.com gets to understand that an American TV station called truTV has described daggering as domestic violence. The TV station did a semi documentary with clips from the famous Dutty Fridaze that recently held in L.A on which they had several persons commenting on the dancing behavior of the patrons as if they were commentators at a wrestling match. Watch the video for full details and give your views, is this true?
The Booty Girls DVD features stars such as Jamaica's dancehall veteran deejay Ninja Man, Barrington Levy, Wayne Wonder, Foxy Brown, Kardinal, Ox and CEO of Platinum Camp Daddy Bigg$.
Watch this video carefully to see how the Ninja dancer slams a female dancer hard on the ground - at one point it seems as if it's a wrestling match.
The Gallis Riddim is one of the hottest riddims blazing from out of Jamaica. The dominating songs on the riddim Andrew & Wada Blood with Hustle (La La La), and Ding Dong with Man A Gallis.
The OutAroad.com and MyVideoFlex.com street crew made a link with upcoming dancehall acts Andrew & Wadda Blood at their base in Kingston. The Duo gave us an exclusive freestyle medley of some of their current songs that are ripping up the streets and the airwaves. These young men are definitely ready to launch a tactical assault on the Jamaican music business and there is no doubt about it.
Mavado - "I am not Jack di rippa, mi nuh kill dead people"
Vybz Kartel - "This time wi need a cage wid a big padlock on it"
Shaggy, one of Jamaica’s top dancehall acts is also one of our top reggae music ambassadors and philanthropists. He has recently taken on the task of raising US2 Million Dollars for the Bustamante Children’s Hospital to help in purchasing much needed medical equipment. This is not the first time that Shaggy has taken the initiative to help the hospital as he does so on a yearly basis. He has used his influence and connections in Jamaica to push companies to donate money to the cause.
He is also hosting a charity concert dubbed ‘Shaggy & Friends’ on January 3 2009 on the lawns of Jamaica House to raise money to put towards his goal of US2 million.
Shaggy and his Big Yard management team have spearheaded a music video directed by famed director Jay Will featuring some of dancehall and reggae’ top stars. The song called ‘Save A Life’ is based around the concept of helping those in need, particularly sick children. The video was done and release just in time for his fundraiser and should help to rally support for his movement.
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