Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Veteran Deejay Admiral Bailey Said Some Artists chest get too high

Veteran dancehall and soca artiste Admiral Bailey has lashed out against fellow Jamaican artistes for destroying the relations with Europe promoters due to greed and unprofessionalism.

According to the deejay, Europe has found a way to host their festivals without relying on Jamaican stars to secure success. "Back in the days when Europe host a festival, you have all 15 of us going to Europe.

But, nowadays, if five men from Jamaica are booked on the show, we are lucky. This is because Europe has watched us and has copied us. They have their own singers and deejays now and their Bob Marley lookalike.

So they are booking their own acts now, and are even pulling stronger crowds than us," he said in a recent interview, Bailey added that Jamaican artistes developed a reputation in Europe for abusing their star power and making ridiculous demands.

"Some of dem man ya chest did get too high as well. If they are not flying first class, they are not moving. They also want to carry their chef, the man who clean their shoes and all sort of foolishness.

So the promoters had to be booking even 15 rooms to accommodate one artiste," he said. "Some of them not even see a one star when dem deh Jamaica, but dem gone a foreign and wah five.

If the room have one clean bed, mi gone sleep and then mi work. Some of us also started to overprice. Why spend €30,000 and send for one artiste, when you can book Europeans and get more artistes? Plus, you will now avoid additional expenses to fly in an artiste," he said.

Though an avid supporter of carnival and soca music, the deejay is also batting for dancehall and reggae to be given the same support locally by Jamaicans.

"While we are here locking off dances at 2 a.m., people in Europe are seeing it as a potential to capitalise on our market. So when we lock it off, Europe turn it up.

That is why some people are saying France is the reggae capital now. They need to market our music same like how dem spend on tourism.

Spend on the music too. That is what we need," Bailey said. Europe currently has a slew of reggae artistes, including Gentleman, Matisyahu and Alborosie. Notably, on this week's Reggae Billboard chart, Bob Marley and his son Stephen Marley are the only Jamaicans ranked in the top 15 albums. Coincidentally, they are also the lowest ranked at 15 and 14, respectively.

Friday, 14 April 2017

Never loose faith, miracles are everywhere and happen everyday in our life, miracles are goodness you do for others or though people who are just passing though in our lives. Good friends who are there for us no matter what.

Miracles are love,  Miracles are god and god give forgiveness

Why were you heal? your child? your friend as well as your family heal from there pain Why? When there are so much people around the world suffering, Do you know the answer? But after everything you have been though you now realize,5u you're not alone and  whatever you maybe going though, I'm here to tell you that you're not alone

God is real just have faith and believed, cause miracles are everywhere and Miracles are god way of letting us know he is here

Give God thanks for life cause everyday living is a miracle.

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Sunday, 9 April 2017

Vypa, Fyah Torche and President Mega Creating A Buzz on 47th Floor Riddim

The 47th Floor Riddim is creating a buzz local and International it's a top riddim produced by Seanizzle Records a lot of artiste been trying to be apart of.

In the latest Mix created by Djslick44 which you will hear below feature Vypa otherwise known as General Vypa with new single called Burn Dem Out, and Fyah Torche with a new single called Things you Do and Mega killa who is now known as President Mega with new single called Twerk It, Please note All three artiste was not apart of  the official release of the album, and was not recorded by Seanizzle Record.

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Mavado – Way We Roll
Charly Black – Momentum
Busy Signal – Play the Horns
Razor B – We Nah Leff
Chris Martin – Black Board
Chris Martin – Stop
Shawn Storm – Party Night
Mr G – Money Team
Nadg – Bad Suh
Sashique – Trouble
Savage – Yes Momma

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19 Year Old Pleaded Guilty for the Death Of Luciano Son

One of the three teenagers charged with killing the son of reggae icon Luciano has pleaded guilty.
Nashlyn Anderson, 19, pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the Home Circuit Court in downtown Kingston on March 3.
Anderson is scheduled to be sentenced on April 27.
His conviction comes just over a year after 19-year-old Menelik McClymont was stabbed to death at Parkington Plaza, in St Andrew.
The other two teens accused of the killing, Camanie Shaw and Jerome Coombs, pleaded not guilty and are scheduled to go on trial May 4.
According to prosecutors, Anderson used a knife to stab Menelik McClymont during an altercation last February. Following his son's death, Luciano, whose name is Jepther McClymout, posted an emotional plea on social media urging the public to help the police find the person responsible

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Edi Fitzroy was a Rastafarian,"from birth"

He died on 4 March 2017 in May Pen Hospital, aged 61.
He was exposed to music from an early age via his father Vasco Edwards playing records for a sound system After studying accounting at the West Indies Commercial Institute, he took a job as an accounts clerk with the Jamaica Broadcasting Corporation while also singing in his spare time. 

His recordings came to the attention of Mikey Dread, a radio presenter at the station, and with Dread's assistance he released his first single, "Miss Molly Colly", which was a top ten hit in Jamaica in 1978 Further hits followed and Fitzroy toured the United Kingdom with Dread in 1978,