Lady Saw Lady Saw has forged a career in the male-dominate world of Jamaican dancehall reggae. Her style of deejaying rivals that of the most lewd and crude of her male contemporaries. Lady Saw began performing for sound systems when

GREGORY ISSACS: NIGHT NURSE         Tell her try your best jest to make it quick Whom attend to the sick ‘Cause there must be something she can do This heart is broken in two Tell her it’s

SIZZLA: PRAISE YE JAH I did behold Until the proud was casted down yah ‘Ave di ancient of days is King Haile Selassie I Jah! You know With his garments as white as snow His hair as pure as wool

Macka Diamond Born in Kingston, Charmaine Munroe aka Macka Diamond  was  grew up in Portmore. She attended Holy Childhood High School where she lived for the day when she could live her dreams of becoming a DJ. According to Macka

BEENIE MAN: GIRL DEM SUGAR Intro: It’s a very large one Just another one Just another Chorus: Welcome the girls dem sugar The girls dem need this nigga, yah Welcome the girls dem sugar The girls dem need this nigga,

Sean Paul Work Wid It Intro: Well I and I see di gal dem well well waan fi condemn! Yu dun know if dem have a problem Sean-a Paul will solve dem!…How you mean ! Du.. Du.. Du.. Du.. Dutty

Sean Paul Born to a Portuguese-Jamaican father and a Chinese-Jamaican mother, Sean Paul grew up with a passion for sports. Sean played water polo for the Jamaica National team as well as representing his country in swimming in the 1989

Beres Hammond   One of the most under appreciated reggae artists of his time, Beres Hammond was something of a throwback during his ’90s glory days a soulful crooner indebted to classic rocksteady and American R&B, one who preferred live

Harry Toddler Bad Man Nuh Dress Like Girl Intro: Shelly, a who yuh a ramp wid Man nuh play wid dem ting deh innuh Oh sarry, mi tink a Shelly Lud gad, yuh see it, a dat happen innuh When

REGGAE BELIEVE IT OR NOT Rocksteady emerged during 1966 it developed characteristics that identified as almost the opposite of its predecessor, ska. In a nutshell, rocksteady was slower, more refined, and most of all, cooler. Firstly, the regularly paced ‘walking’

GREENSLEEVES RECORDS SIGNS NEW ARTISTES Reggae label Greensleeves Records & Publishing announced that reggae-dancehall sensations Busy Signal and reggae singer Gyptian, and hit-makers Shane “Jukeboxx” Brown and Llamar “Riff Raff” Brown who are currently dominating the reggae and dancehall charts

DUO RDX SNAPS ALBUM DEAL WITH UNIVERSAL JAPAN RDX duo, Delomar and Renegade have hit the big times in a relatively short time since getting their big break just over a year ago. The duo, recently signed on with Universal

Desperate Measures By: Baby Cham Intro: Waa talk to the MPs, the Opposition leader this mother fucking Prime Minister, Cut back on school fees, better jobs we needa Make sure this one register, wow Chorus: Nuh money naa make and

Girl Pon The Side By Steve ‘Frisco Kid‘ Wray Hey, yuh see the gal dem CHO Big up mi hotti hotti gal cause a she juck the best Jah know mi love the suppen whey da gal yah possess Right

REGGAE BELIEVE IT OR NOT Jamaican deejays have traditionally made their reputations the hard way, in front of Kingston dancehall audience, and there are several whose talents can only be appreciated on recording of their live performances. The format that

Chevelle Franklin Chevelle Franklyn is without doubt one of the most outstanding Ministers of Music to have arrived on the gospel music scene over the past eight years. Her energy as a performer, insight as a songwriter/producer, vocal capacity as

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