The Yutes x Curren$y – “High Grade”

The Yutes x Curren$y - "High Grade"

The Yutes, the brother duo composed of Chris and Santris, deftly combine their Jamaican heritage with modern trap elements into a dynamic sound with eclectic appeal. The sons of dancehall legend Mr. Lexx, The Yutes leverage an unparalleled authenticity and heightened musical sensibility to consistently push the creative envelope. Now, they’re bringing that diverse sound into the new year with their Curren$y-assisted single, “High Grade.”

The Yutes’ premiere 2021 track is an infectious collaboration that leans into the respective parties’ marijuana affinity — both sonically and conceptually. Augmenting familiar reggae tones with a hip-hop edge, “High Grade” is a distinct piece that finds footing in ranging musical camps to deliver a textured offering. The Babygrande Records’ single employs a hybrid singing-rapping aesthetic to express a mutual fondness for getting lifted with the assistance of some potent “High Grade.” As marijuana aficionados, The Yutes and Curren$y’s joint effort sparks a new smoker’s anthem that rises high above the clouds.

Aside from the song’s rich sonics, a consequential element of the “High Grade” beauty exists within its boundary-breaking style. The fusion of hip-hop and reggae creates a musical Venn Diagram, offering familiarity for fans of both genres while imparting something novel in the process. It’s a microcosm of The Yutes’ musical mosaic artistry.

Additionally, the timing of the release is auspicious, as the Democrats’ recent securing of the White House and Congress has placed marijuana on the precipice of legalization; most insiders believe that recreational marijuana will be legalized in 2021. As Chris raps, “Tell dem to free it, tell dem no cease it, the people dem need it.”

After a rewarding 2020 campaign, which saw The Yutes’ “Bring It Back” track cross one-million Spotify streams, Chris and Santris are keen on building upon that momentum. “High Grade” is just the beginning of what’s sure to be a dominant run — get ready for an all out blitz from The Yutes this year.

Intence Debuts ‘Intence Vs Tashawn’ First Release From Ep ‘Wounded!’

Intence Debuts ‘Intence Vs Tashawn’ First Release From Ep ‘Wounded!’

INTENCE DEBUTS ‘INTENCE VS TASHAWN’ FIRST RELEASE FROM EP ‘WOUNDED!’

Intence debuted the single and music video for “Intence vs Tashawn,” the first track release from his forthcoming EP entitled Wounded.

Debuted on radio worldwide, and on the popular music video platform YouTube, Intence the alter-ego is captured in conversation with his true self, Tashawn. The melodic track has fans commenting on the artists artistic presentation; YouTube user Reble_199x says “This was creative. This was lyrical. This was art…This is dancehall. New wave.”

The artists 5-track EP has a scheduled release date of May 28th, 2021 on the VP Records label.

Born October 3rd, 1995, Intence was inspired to be in the music business by his Father Stephen “Axe” Gabbidon who also was an artist known as “Daddy Axe.” He owned a sound system called “Solo Passion” and changed it to “Category 5.”

Originally from the Tavern community in Kingston, Jamaica, the young star attended Mona High School. Today, Intence enjoys his status in mainstream Dancehall as a high-volume performing artist. Releasing multiple singles, often on a weekly basis has helped to maintain his tenure in the spotlight and the genre’s landscape.

From the concrete toughness of Kingston, Jamaica, the lyrical entertainer’s recipe for right lyrics, right riddim, sheer skill and creativity has awarded him success amongst his fans. His very distinct imagery – both in dress and on screen distinguishes him from others in the genre.

Fans can stream “Intence vs Tashawn” here: https://Intence.lnk.to/IntencevsTashawn

Kybba, Beach Boii & PHE – Calling My Name

PHE,
Artist, Song Writer & Producer, Azriel J. Reckley, was born with a natural gift of composing music. Originally from Abaco, Bahamas. His exceptional songwriting ability is fueled by his intrinsically quick understanding of others and his ability to tap into the thoughts and character of the artist he is working with. The Results are relatable lyrics that the recording artist will feel comfortable calling their own. PHE started his musical journey working side by side with superstar composer, Jim Johnsin, Shomari Sho Dillon, Mizzle Boy just to name a few. The word ‘talented’ does not even begin to describe PHE.

His strong passion for the arts and extreme dedication goes hand in hand with his relentless work ethics. The finished product always exceeds the client’s expectations. The result is an undeniable hit that compliments the artist’s vocal ability and brand.

Collaborating is PHE’s favorite things to do. Be assured, if you choose to work with PHE his melodies and lyrics will become your “lyrics of life”. Giving you an undeniable smash,
the artist will be excited to release.

Moyann – BackSeat – Chimney Records

Moyann - Backseat - Chimney Records

Dancehall rising star Moyann recently released a new single and video on Chimney Records hot new compilation ‘Style A Style Riddim’. The song aptly titled ‘Backseat’ chronicles the dancehall princess’ raunchy fantasies on the backseat of a car with her love interest. Incidentally in her fantasy, her love interest is the driver of her vintage Rolls Royce, who is tall, tanned and chiseled.

Chimney Records ‘Style A Style Riddim’ features hot new singles from moyann, Tarrus Riley, Sean Paul, Aidonia, Shenseea, Stylo G, Konshens, Zagga among others.
Lyrics

{Intro}
Car back ! Watt-not !
Put me on the fridge and stop chat
Pon the beach, roof top
True dat

{Verse 1}
Boy gimi pon the backseat
Mi want to feel it harder than concrete
Mi naah wait so park under the damn tree
And give me what mi want
This a nuh time to talk
So what your plan be ?
Just !

{Chorus}
Gimi anywhere mi nuh care
Gimi anywhere mi nuh care (Ah ahh yeah)
Gimi anywhere mi nuh care
Gimi anywhere mi nuh care (Ah ahh yeah)
Pull on my hair nuh my dear
Gimi anywhere mi nuh care (Ah ahh yeah)
Could be down a Sam Sharpe square
Boy mi will take it anywhere

{Verse 2}
No long thing, this is just a quickly
Me with it, you with it
So it’s f**K in a the city yeah
Love the way how you grip on my titty
Bend me ova with no pity
Show me seh you got the stiffy yeah
When you pull on my hair a that me like
And when you make up your face a that me like
Cause it no matter what the size, the length, the height
Could be 2:00​ pon the toll ah night

{Chorus}
Gimi anywhere mi nuh care
Gimi anywhere mi nuh care (Ah ahh yeah)
Gimi anywhere mi nuh care
Gimi anywhere mi nuh care (Ah ahh yeah)
Pull on my hair nuh my dear
Gimi anywhere mi nuh care (Ah ahh yeah)
Could be down a Sam Sharpe square
Boy mi will take it anywhere

{Verse 3}
Just, Put it in a park mi baby
Take it to the back
This ain’t no if , no maybe
Although I’m a wife , f**K me like a matey
Freak in a the streets
No time fi be a lady
You might need a seatbelt how me ride it
Left it open like a door so come inside it
So you slip, so you slide in
Ain’t no all night ting
But !

{Chorus}
Gimi anywhere mi nuh care
Gimi anywhere mi nuh care (Ah ahh yeah)
Gimi anywhere mi nuh care
Gimi anywhere mi nuh care (Ah ahh yeah)
Pull on my hair nuh my dear
Gimi anywhere mi nuh care (Ah ahh yeah)
Could be down a Sam Sharpe square
Boy mi will take it anywhere