Casely – Tráfico

Casely - Tráfico

(Miami, FL) March 2022 – The Miami native, Casely, known for smooth lyrics and irresistible hits, is back with his first bilingual single “Tráfico”, set to release on March 25th on all digital streaming platforms. As he did before with his Trinidanian roots in his past catalog, Casely is connecting to his Panamanian roots and Miami’s vast musical landscape. The combination of his notorious enchanting lyrics with dembow yields a song that’s meant to keep you dancing and ready for a hot, fun summer.

“I really wanted to tap into my latin roots with “Trafico” and create a bridge for my current audience to engage with a sound that I find to be really exciting. This song is made to keep you on the dance floor wherever that may be – your room, the kitchen, the street or the club!” Casely

Featured on CNN, BET and MTV, Casely has collaborated with Pitbull, Flo Rida, Red Rat, and Lil Jon, among others, and is certainly not new to the music scene. With appearances in Miami’s Calle Ocho concerts, The Barbados Music Festival and a European concert tour, he knows very well how to keep the party going and the crowd wanting more of his dance-worthy music.

Classically trained, street music savvy, sultry voice, vulnerable lyrics. Casely is the bad boy singing with his heart on his sleeve. Listen to “Tráfico” on all digital platforms starting March 25th, and get ready to dance to his entire album this summer.

Jahshii – More Money

Jahshii - More Money

@jahshiimusic – More Money (via @deadlinerecordz @tufingadeadline / @wumbia_records )

Leftside – Chunky Badunky

Leftside - Chunky Badunky

Dovey Magnum (@sweethornyvoice) – POLYGAMY (via @troytonramimusic / @blackshadowmusic )

Jada Kingdom – Dickmatized / Hypnotized

Jada Kingdom - Dickmatized / Hypnotized

For as much as Jada Kingdom twists together dancehall, R&B, pop, and jazz, the Jamaica-born singer, songwriter, model, and designer also merges moments of introspection, seduction, and empowerment. The FADER hailed her as “Jamaica’s alternative voice of pain. ” After amassing 20 million-plus streams and views independently and earning acclaim from The FADER, Rolling Stone, Vibe, and more, she heats up a scorching signature style through a series of singles and her debut project for Republic Records led by “Jungle” and now the “Jungle” Remixes.



Song – Born to Mashup
Performed by Patrice Roberts
Written by Teddon “TeddyRhymez” Mark and Patrice Roberts
Produced by Marvelus

Song – SHIFT
Performed by BugZbugs “BZB”
Written by Horace Matthew Jr.
Produced by Marvelus

Song – Tornado
Performed by – Ricardo Drue
Written by Ricardo Drue
Background vocals – Team Zavàge
Produced by Marvelus

Song – Bad Tingz
Performed by Adam O
Written by Adam O’Neal
Vocals mixed by Adam O
Produced by Marvelus

Song – Do Road New Road
Performed by Lil Natty and Thunda
Written by Lil Natty and Thunda.
Vocal premix by Build De Vibes
Produced by Marvelus

Song – Stupidness
Peformed by Skinny Fabulous
Written by Gamal Doyle
Produced by Marvelus

Song – Monkey Know
Performed by D. Mennis
Written by Dennis Knight
Produced by Marvelus

Vocal mix by Nikholai Greene (N.M.G)
All songs Mixed and Mastered by Scratch Master
Artwork by: Darc Knight Kreations

Celebrating Nina: A Reggae Tribute to Nina Simone

Celebrating Nina: A Reggae Tribute to Nina Simone

Multi-GRAMMY Award-winner Stephen Marley today released his new EP Celebrating Nina: Reggae Tribute To Nina Simone via Ghetto Youths Intl, available now everywhere. Co-produced by Paul Fakhourie, mix and mastered by legendary Errol Brown, who was also Bob Marley’s engineer, this EP the biggest Reggae Blues collaboration of 2022 has arrived, as Stephen Marley celebrates Nina Simone, in a Reggae style. This new EP has seven tracks as an ode to some of Nina’s greatest hits. Stephen has been building anticipation for this release for some time. Riding on the high of single releases like Queen Ifrica’s Four Women in April of 2021, and Etana’s Young Gifted And Black in February of this year. Stephen himself has described the EP as a “tribute to the legendary American jazz singer, composer, pianist and arranger Nina Simone.” These tracks have given the audience a mere taste of what the EP has to offer but now it’s finally here.

Nina Simone, legally known as Eunice Kathleen Waymon is one of America’s most legendary singer, songwriter, and musical arranger. Outside of her music, she is most known for her role as a civil rights activist during the separatist and racist 60 & 70s. Stephen Marley has never shied away from his musical appreciation for Nina. Producing songs for himself such as Father of The Man featuring Wyclef Jean and a classic Nina sample from her iconic Keeper Of The Flame hit. “I’m such a huge fan of her work” Mentions Stephen Marley during a Musicme interview in 2017.

Now, many years later, this appreciation has blossomed into an entire EP, paying tribute to Nina’s musical genius. “This project is about preserving Nina Simone’s legacy, passing it on to younger generations, including my children, because you don’t often find music this substantial. When we started this project, we reached out to Nina’s daughter (Lisa Simone Kelly) and to the Nina Simone Foundation to establish a connection; we want to donate a portion of proceeds to the things that she was all about.”

As we celebrate International Women’s month, Celebrating Nina: Reggae Tribute to Nina Simone highlights the strength, power, and resilience of women. With tracks from artists like Terri Walker who does a beautiful rendition of Nina’s 1961s No Good Man. Maya Azucena makes an appearance with her take on 1971s Mr. Bojangles. Joss Stone chimes in with Here Comes The Sun, Melanie Fiona inspires with her version of Don’t Explain and Cedella Marley honors the well-known 1964 hit Misunderstood. Speaking to Billboard Magazine, Patricia Meschino, Marley shared that he chose to work exclusively with female artists on this project because “our queens deserve recognition as the mothers of creation. These are beautiful, strong women and their voices do Nina’s work and reggae solid.”

On this release day Ghetto Youth International is proud to release the official video for Etana’s Young, Gifted, and Black


“Celebrating Nina: A Reggae Tribute to Nina Simone”
Label – Ghetto Youths International
Executive producers – Stephen Marley / Damian Marley
All songs produced by Stephen “Ragga” Marley and Paul Fakhourie
Mixed by: Errol Brown
Distributor – One RPM
Visual Artist – WonderKnack
Release Date – March 18th 2022
UPC – QZGLM2293113
Genre – Reggae

Track Listing
1. Queen Ifrica – Four Women
2. Maya Azucena – Mr. Bojangles
3. Etana – Young Gifted and Black
4. Melanie Fiona – Don’t Explain
5. Joss Stone – Here Comes The Sun
6. Cedella Marley – Misunderstood
7. Terri Walker – No Good Man

METAVERSE Riddim – Black Shadow


METAVERSE Riddim – Black Shadow
Dovey Magnum – Polygamy
450 – 2 Face
Mavado – Money & Done
Mavado & Kalash- Money & Done Remix
Iwaata – Pillow

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