Busy Signal – Tropics [Produced by P Skinna & Liondub]

Busy Signal - Tropics - Liondub International

New York’s DJ Liondub links up again with talented UK producer P Skinna to present another stand out single from international Dancehall celebrity Busy Signal. “Tropics” is a dark, heavy soundtrack with menacing, modern musical elements, and hard hitting lyrical flows from the Jamaican superstar. Another rock-solid single from Busy Signal and the New York based Liondub International label.

DJEvarage – Dancehall Ryde Mixtape

DJEvarage

Dancehall Ryde is a long play mixtape by DJEvarage. Choosing the right music for a mixtape will sure be a win in the long run. Talk about cohesiveness, well this mixtape is definitely that. Featuring a wide variety of artists such as Sean Paul, Vybz Kartel, Squash, Demarco, Daddy 1, Kranium & Teejay  just to name a few you might say it was a verzuz between the veterans and the young guns.

Tracklist

1.Flirtin’ – Kranium {Single}
Different Rankin’ Riddim
2. Our time – Daddy 1
3. Enjoy Life – Ace Gawd
4. Guf fe dem – Christopher Martin
5. Crime Scene – Gage
6. Make me Bawl – Ishawna
7. Brand New – JDon Heights
8. Rich Life – Noah Powa
9. Different Rankin’ – Squash
10. Go Dung – Teejay
11. Too Hot – Stylo G {Single}
Private Jet Riddim
12. Millions – Stylo G
13. Top Balla – 450
14. Deep Pockets – Intence
15. Mighty Powerful – Jahvillani
16. Quarantine – Laden
17. Drug Dealer – Frassman
World Government Riddim
18. Trending King – Daddy 1
19. Cyaah Stop – Chronic Law
20. Fi Wi Dancehall – Ding Dong
21. Loyalty – Sikka Rymes
22. Sinking Boat – Demarco
23. World Government – Vybz Kartel
Double Clutch Riddim
24. Bad Inna Bed – Sean Paul
25. Country Man – Christopher Martin
26. Misleader – Bounty Killer
27. Gwaan Wid Yuhself – RDX
28. Double Up The Profit – I Octane
29. Summer Body – Sikka Rymes & Vybz Kartel {Single}
30. Yardman Style – Vybz Kartel {Single}
1UP Riddim
31. Dem Nah Dweet – Shawn Storm
32. 1UP – Squash
33. This Anuh Game – Daddy 1
34. Money In The Bank – Kranium & AJ Tracey {Single}
35. Back Again – Jahyanai {Single}
36. Tek it to dem – Datcha Dollar’z {Single}
Ginger Beer Riddim
37. Gyal Yu Look Good – Delly Ranx
38. You Me Love – DeMarco
39. Bus It Wide Open – Vershon
40. Molynes Road – Vybz Kartel {Single}
41. Fu***d Up – Jahlys {Single}
Dancehall Zone Riddim
42. Irreplaceable – Vybz Kartel & Lisa Hyper
43. Stop The Talking – Skillibeng & Toian
44. Finally – Teejay
45. Wine All Day – Popcaan
46. Bunx Pon It – Curvy Diva & DeMarco {Single}
47. Weed Brain – Skillibeng {Single}
BMW Riddim
48. Ram Up – Skillibeng
49. Hydraulics Wine – Spice
50. Blue Tick – Ding Dong
Quick Move Riddim
51. Dm – Lia Caribe 52. Paranoid – Lisa Mercedez
53. Large – Christopher Martin
54. Bun It Down – Mr Vegas
55. Quick Move – Busy Signal

The Redemption Project

The Redemption Project

Kingston-based production powerhouse Nuh Rush Records (distributed by Tuff Gong International) has released its latest offering, titled The Redemption Project, available now at all DSPs and streaming services. Hearkening back to the golden days of reggae, The Redemption Project is built around a Nyabinghi drum riddim — widely considered to be the heartbeat of the reggae genre and the Rastafarian faith — that inspired eleven conscious roots songs for this collection by a diverse list of Jamaican vocalists including Busy Signal, Queen Ifrica, Turbulence feat. Sunny Trad, Lutan Fyah, Tony Curtis, Kananga, Natural Black, Nature Ellis, Gott-Yo, Don G, and Guidance.

With titles like dancehall superstar Busy Signal’s “Never Get Tired,” Guyana-born singer Natural Black’s “Serious Times,” Kananga’s “Stronger,” and Queen Ifrica’s “Predator’s Paradise,” it’s clear that themes of strength, pride, and resistance are woven throughout the entire album.

An active community leader in her native Jamaica, with roots firmly planted in the Rastafarian faith, Queen Ifrica explained the meaning behind her contribution to The Redemption Project:

“‘Predators Paradise’ is a staunch look at how reality plays out in our everyday life. The lyrics suggest that there are so many people around the world who carry very dark experiences, while the people who are the ones who have affected them in that way are allowed to move about in society someway somehow so it’s about acknowledging that fact in the realness of sense.”

An official video for “Predator’s Paradise” in the final edit stages, while more visuals from The Redemption Project are currently being filmed.

Since its release, selections from the album have been featured in heavy rotation on Bob Marley’s Tuff Gong Radio (channel 19) on SiriusXM, who are currently offering a free trial subscription.

Nuh Rush chief Junior Brown added “‘ The Redemption Project’ took two years in production and we are excited to finally share it with the masses.”

Busy Signal – Wah Gwaan Mad Head

Busy Signal - Wah Gwaan Mad Head

Busy Signal – Wah Gwaan Mad Head (single) https://onerpm.link/wahgwaan
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BUSY SIGNAL – HAPPINESS [Prod. P Skinna & Liondub]

Busy Signal - Happiness

Artist: BUSY SIGNAL
Title: HAPPINESS
Label: Liondub International
Catalog#: BLESS002
Release Date: 16th AUGUST 2021
File Under: Reggae | Dancehall
Stream & Buy: Smarturl.it/busysignal_happiness

New York’s Liondub links up with ultra talented UK producer P Skinna to present the first in a string of powerful singles with international Reggae Dancehall super star Busy Signal. The series kicks off with “Happiness”, an uplifting summer anthem that speaks volumes about staying positive at all times. The riddim’s modern, tropical dancehall flavor will appeal to a universal audience and Busy Signal’s motivating message and superb vocal delivery is guaranteed to leave a lasting impact on the music world.

Busy Signal – Bruk Dung Di Bed – Tri-Circle Riddim

Busy Signal - Bruk Dung Di Bed - Tri-Circle Riddim

Jamaican dancehall superstar Busy Signal continues his hot streak this summer with the release of “Bruk Dung Di Bed,” the lead single off the brand new Tri-Circle Riddim EP (via Nuh Rush Records / Tuff Gong International).

The official video, directed by Dameon Gayle and released on Busy Signal’s YouTube channel, finds Busy surrounded by a bevy of beautiful females at a Miami high-rise. They ride a packed elevator up to a private penthouse suite, where our dancehall hero confidently choreographs his new friends through familiar territory on the balcony, in the shower, and of course, in the bedroom:

Wine it up fi mi
Get tough fi mi
Don’t left me out
Cah mi need your company Mek di jaw dem bounce
Left to the right
Jiggle mek your bumper jump fi mi

“Bruk Dung Di Bed,” produced by Nuh Rush Records chief Junior Brown, brings a fresh sound, but follows in the long tradition of Busy Signal songs where the “Bedroom Bully” deejay expresses his appreciation for, and demonstrates his prowess with, the opposite sex. “This track is just highlighting the girls who are vibrant, energetic, and entertaining,” Busy told The FADER.

Also featured on the Tri-Circle Riddim is Spanish Town native Jovi DiPree, who composed the music and lent his vocals and songwriting talents to the title track. As a songwriter, composer, and engineer, the multi-skilled artist has already made a name for himself in musical circles collaborating with top tier Jamaican artists like Spice, Dexta Daps, and Vybz Kartel, among others.

Busy Signal, who is currently enjoying a steady stream of hits circulating in the dancehall, has collaborated with Junior Brown and Nuh Rush Records a number of times on tracks like “Girl You A Champion,” “More Strength” and most recently on the laidback summer vibes of “Margarita.”

“Working with Nuh Rush Records has always been a pleasure. Great team to work with and dedicated to the furtherance of the music. We have a lot more projects together that will be released in due time,” said Busy of the the fruitful relationship.

Busy Signal, whose government name is Reanno Gordon, hails from Saint Ann Parish in Jamaica. He is known for his international reggae hits like “Come Over” and “One More Night,” as well as dancehall staples like “Bedroom Bully” and crossover collaborations like his appearance on Major Lazer’s “Watch Out For This (Bumaye).” Current tracks making noise on the scene include the Afrobeats tune “Bad Gyal” and his collaboration “Bang Bung” alongside the legendary Bounty Killer.

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