Saturday, 2 January 2016

Vypa And DaggyShash My Life Never Give Up Creating Wave

My Life a song written and Perform by Vypa featuring Daggyshash with an original video soon to be release
tells the story about Zoolian Anderson (Zoo-Zoo), a frustrated Car Salesman who desperately desires riches and respect, and discovers he's the nephew of a powerful crime-boss when he decides to quit the corporate world to join the illicit organization better known as the 'Jamaican Mafia'.

Jamaican Mafia is a gangster-thriller movie in the vein of Goodfellas and Shottas, - Written by Mykal Fax 

The song "My life" was not included in the making of the film, but the video scene shows a hard life for Zoolian Anderson (Zoo-Zoo)
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West Kingston Jamboree 2015 Brought Joy To The masses At Tivoli Gardens

The people of west Kingston had much to cheer about as Liv Up Records' West Kingston Jamboree brought joy to the masses at Tivoli Gardens last Sunday.
From little-known acts such as Hylite, Brain and Lamie Rich, to Big-known acts such as Cutty CornRichie LawRas Fraser, Ratigan and Tony Frass who did a good job on stage, to heavyweights such as I Wayne, Chronixx and Rastafarian friends 
Kabaka Pyramid and Jesse Royal, it was very enjoyable show.
There was much excitement as Kabaka Pyramid lifted a bottle of Spurlina in the air and Chronixx moved into action a must watch
Veteran Jose Wales, was definitely a crowd. pleaser, doing lyrics from yesteryear. The connected well with the young and mature in the audience. Mr Easy has not lost any of his musical energy and pelted hits after hits such as Drive Me Crazy, Tek Weh Meself and Murder, among others.
Major Mackerel, Horace Andy, Squidly and Daddy Lizard were other veterans who graced the stage.
Desparado had a lively set. His two dancers brought a vibes to proceedings. Skully Hop was a crowd favorite he was ready to clash Gully Bop who was not present. 
Ratigan and Tony Frass burned a musical fire and Cherine Anderson was her usual fiery self, especially on songs such as Haffie Come Back and Rebel.
Music is the backbone of the people of west Kingston. 
Member of Parliament 
Desmond McKenzie and the Leader of the Opposition Andrew Holness, as well as Olivia 'Babsy Grange, were also their to celebrate with them.
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Friday, 1 January 2016

R&B And Jazz Singer, Natalie Cole Dies AT Aged 65

The Grammy-winning singer died on Thursday night at a hospital in Los Angeles, her publicist told the Associated Press news agency.

Maureen O’Connor, a spokeswoman for Ms. Cole, confirmed her death without giving a cause, according to The Associated Press. Ms. Cole had undergone a kidney transplant in 2009 and had suffered from other ailments recently, forcing the cancellation of a series of tour dates in November and December.

Ms. Cole — who was raised around jazz royalty in the company of her father and her mother, Maria Hawkins Cole, a singer who worked with Duke Ellington and Count Basie — came into her own as a singer in the 1970s by staking out her own territory in R&B. Her first album, “Inseparable,” in 1975, won two Grammys, and “Sophisticated Lady,” on a follow-up album the next year, won another.

Ms. Cole’s reputation declined for several years, partly because of struggles with drug addiction. But she came back, creating the biggest hit of her career by uniting, at least in the studio, with the legacy and voice of her father, singing along with him on a recording of his standard “Unforgettable” and winning several Grammys in 1991.
"Natalie fought a fierce, courageous battle, dying how she lived... with dignity, strength and honour. Our beloved mother and sister will be greatly missed and remain unforgettable in our hearts forever,'' said a statement from her son Robert Yancy, and sisters, Timolin and Casey Cole, AP reported.


Songs have been written about every topic imaginable, It's sonic proof that while musical fads and fashions will change with every generation, love -- and the songs inspired by it -- will never go out of style.

Valentine's Day is upon us. Maybe you have a significant other. Maybe you're just gonna get drunk and start dropping pick-up lines on the first person you see. Either way, you'll need a soundtrack; something that says, "We Got Something In Common" "You know your make-out music, but you're not completely cheesy." Thriller U Latest Single in Common is one our news team can't stop listening, 
Produce by Hopeton Brown of Nyah Bless Music
who release yet another bombshell single on the brand new "Feelings Riddim".

This time, the label reaches out to Thriller U arguably one of the Jamaica's best vocalist, and he delivers with a classic entitled "In Common". The track was released on March 17th and is available on ITunes and on all major digital platform.


"I know we all have something in common", states Thriller U. "I have not come out with a song for a long time now and this is a song for you all. This song has the potential to be #1 on the Billboard Charts, and I am not talking the reggae charts!!!

Love is the strongest and the most magical of all emotions that we have the ability to experience. But no one will truly hang out with or date someone if there is nothing in common. maybe when people date older and marry older in life, there might be less concern for this. but in the prime years, it is of utmost importance.

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