Cynthia Morgan – No Cameras ft. Phyno [New Song]


Cynthia Morgan – No Cameras Ft. Phyno. Africa’s female dance-hall export who is now signed to her self led label “Madrina Records” Cynthia Morgan puts the hiatus to rest with the release of new trap song titled “No Cameras” featuring indigenous rapper “Phyno“.

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MicDailie – ‘Seek Ye First’ [Album Stream]


It’s exactly 365 days since MicDailie dropped off a 17-track project called “Seek Ye First,’ featuring Mode 9, Jonah tha’Monarch, SBK, TRexx & more.

After hitting us with the full body of works which house tracks such as “Risky Joint feat. Uzi Quality, “Forgiven Revenge featuring Mode9, “Come correct feat. Jonah tha’Monarch and lots more, MicDailie decides to come through today and share the project on a streamline platform for all real hiphop heads across the world. Continue reading

Peter Tosh’s son in coma following jail beating, says family


The family of the late reggae icon and marijuana activist Peter Tosh is seeking answers after they say his son was left in a coma following an attack in a New Jersey jail, where he was serving a six-month sentence on pot possession charges.

Jawara McIntosh has been hospitalized since suffering traumatic brain injuries in the attack in February at the Bergen County jail, where he was after pleading guilty to marijuana possession, his family said.

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Sean Paul Links Up With Alkaline For The “Gyalis Pro” Video

The dancehall stars share a new video for their summer anthem.


Sean Paul has been making dancehall anthems about his prowess for over a decade now, and his latest single “Gyalis Pro” is a multi-generational link up with Alkaline, one of Jamaica’s fastest rising stars. The anthemic track is voiced over DJ Frass’s Crazy Glue riddim, and finds the two artists trading verses about their expertise with the opposite sex. In the video, Sean Paul and Alkaline throw a backyard party to put their boasts into practice. Continue reading

Chris Brown flexes Dancehall prowess with Konshens

Dancehall, the difficult to quantify and forever shape-shifting genre, finds Konshens consistently evolving with its sound yet remaining true to his core fanbase. With a little over a year since its debut, his single Bruk Off grabs an irresistible remix from RnB crooner Chris Brown.
Breezy flips the original single and gets very explicit with his patois (Jamaican accent). “Me love the way your legs slide up,” he croons. “Bruk off yuh back / I love it when you watch your back / Show me that you care when you throw that ass.”

Check out the single below and let us know your thoughts!konse

Konshens x Chris Brown – Bruk Off Yuh Back