I’m Yours takes us back to Sizzla Reggae style the album is full of just reggae vibes. The title track I’m yours is a great example of why we love Sizzla Kalonghi! Album produced by Jon Fx of Fx Music Group the album also features Ghanian Super Entertainer Stonebwoy on track titled “Shoot You” with 11 tracks to choose from you are bound to find a favorite.Read More
Blak Ryno tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend Mel aka Sewell who is also a recording artist.
Sources told DHH that the pair have been dating for a few years and only recently decided to get married. As for Ryno, aka Di Stinga, he has been quiet on the dancehall scene for a while, but sources are now telling us that he is getting ready to make a grand entrance back into the dancehall space.
“Sometimes you have to fall back and take a break before coming back stronger and the time is now ripe for his big return, so yes Di Stinga is coming back,” sources said. Blak Ryno and his wife also has a new single coming out title “S-Class.” The deejay also has another single out titled “Push Out.”
Tommy Lee Sparta says he is proud of his musical brother Popcaan and is thanking Vybz Kartel for doing a good job on mentoring them both.
The Spartan deejay posted a video clip of the Unruly Boss touring with Drake in Europe for his “Boy Meets World” tour. “Far yah come from Proud a you me bredda @popcaanmusic kick out them teeth yah some little bwoy no Pon the same level an big up me father inna music @vybzkartel fi buss some a the baddest hilliest an sickest artist them inna Jamaica big up @champagnepapi same speed love how u nah leave out dancehall a bududup,” Tommy Lee wrote on IG.
Considering Tommy Lee Sparta and Popcaan haven’t been close since Vybz Kartel dismantled Portmore Empire, this is a great gesture...
Lisa Hanna might be echoing the view of the majority of Jamaicans when she calls for a ban on Vybz Kartel music due to his murder conviction.
Since making the statement in January, Lisa Hanna has been getting a lot of bashing from a lot of dancehall fans. But she is also getting some supporting from some quarters of dancehall and it seems the wider Jamaica supports her views. ”If you are convicted until you are not convicted perhaps it is your music needs not be played on the radio,” she said.
The Observer conducted a survey of 2,747 Jamaicans on the subject and Seventy-eight percent of respondents thinks that convicted felons should not be allowed to record music and sell from prison...Read More
Mavado has responded to Vershon in his fiery new single “Dirt Nap.” The “Inna Real Life” singer has been named dropping the Gullyside singjay in his latest round of diss tracks in his beef with Jahmiel.
Sources inside the Gully camp exclusively told Dancehall HipHop that Mavado has no intentions of beefing with Vershon because he is simply nowhere near his level. “Vershon is not on the Gad level not even close so he is not even worth the Gad attention,” sources said. “Suddenly everyone wants to be on his level Gullyside/Vendetta mad them this year.”
In the Yellow Moon Records-produced single, Vado echoed the same sentiments that his attention is not warranted...Read More