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New Video: Krishane – Drunk and Incapable feat. Melissa Steel

With Krishane set to release his debut single ‘Drunk & Incapable’ on 12 October via Atlantic Records and 1 2 One, he now drops the lyric video. Krishane is currently in the caribbean shooting the full video for the track which featuring Melissa Steel and Beenie Man. Until that hits our screens check out the lyric video below and let …

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New Music: Krishane – ‘Typical’

Krishane has dropped his promo recording with Atlantic Records, a smooth Reggae tune entitled ‘Typical’ a great track that is Rockin Social Media today!! Our ‘Ones to the Watch’ Krishane has left no stone unturned with this made for Radio Summer tune. Going in ‘Hardcore’ ‘This Bad Boy’ is not playing around, catchy lyrics, a great beats and hook, a …

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New Music: Ashanti – “First Real Love” ft Beenie Man

Ashanti - first real love

Ashanti is definitely back with her brand new track “First Real Love” featuring dancehall king Beenie Man produced by Teetimus Music. She recently released the music video for her single “I Got It” featuring Rick Ross and now the R&B songstress is getting ready for the release of her new album Braveheart, which is due in stores on 4th March. …

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DTB Remembers….Reggae Legend Bob Marley

Robert Nesta Marley

“ONE LOVE.. ONE HEART .. ONE DESTINY …” Robert Nesta Marley aka Bob Marley needs no introduction, leaving a void in the Reggae world and in his Native homeland Jamaica we celebrate the date of his birth. Celebrations take place at the Tuff Gong home turned museum in Hope Road St. Andrew Jamaica. Bob Marley received Worldwide acclaim for his …

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New Music: Lea-Anna – “Take Control” Mixtape|Download

Lea-Anna(Take Control) Artwork

Take Control: The debut mixtape from London singer/songwriter Lea-Anna. Best known for her big commercial Dancehall hits “Kisses” and “Murder”. Take Control sees Lea-Anna solidify her status as the princess of UK Dancehall music while still displaying a surprising level of versatility across genres. With a combination of original compositions (courtesy of her long time collaborator Wundah) as well as …

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