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

ZJ Sparks, Dan Evens, and Monk Music present the So Crash Riddim

ZJ Sparks, Dan Evens, and Monk Music present the So Crash Riddim

ZJ Sparks, Dan Evens, and Monk Music present the So Crash Riddim

Jamaican music and media powerhouse ZJ Sparks partners with Martinique’s DJ/producer extraordinaire Dan Evens to create the So Crash Riddim, a high-energy, cross-island Soca riddim collaboration sure to heat things up for Spring and Summer. Released in conjunction with Monk Music Group, Machel Montano’s label, the riddim features top acts from Jamaica, St Vincent, Barbados, St. Lucia, and the U.S. Virgin Islands! Whether in a private party, working out, or at one of the first post-Covid fetes, So Crash is sure to get bodies moving!

Tracklist:
Ride Remix – Teejay
Spin Class (Ride It) – Fadda Fox, King Bubba Fm
Stick It and Bend – Zoomboy
Jiggle – Subance
Booty Jump – Mr Lexx
Business – Pumpa
Sidung – Flanka
Pile and Drive – Brush1Chromatic

Democracy Riddim – Various Artists

Democracy Riddim - Various Artists

The Belizean born veteran Reggae music artiste Pupa Curly has teamed up with legendary reggae lovers rock crooner Glen Washington on the first single from Tuff Kruffy’s new riddim-driven album Democracy Riddim entitled “Holding On Much Stronger.” The album features internationally renowned reggae veterans and up and coming artists from Jamaica, Belize, Haiti and Uganda. The album is released on Tuff Kruffy Entertainment  label and distributed by Tuff Gong International.  The full length album is now available worldwide on all digital platforms.

Album: Democracy Riddim 

Produced by:  Michael Hyde and Pupa Curly

Executive Producer: Curlyn Arnold / Tuff Kruffy Entertainment

Distributed by:  Tuff Gong International

DEMOCRACY RIDDIM Track Listing:

1. Glen Washington feat. Pupa Curly – Holding On Much Stonger

2. Dan Marcus – Old Capital

3. Jah Myhrakle feat. Bigga Haitian – Key Kode (Refix)

4. Zex Bilangilangi feat. Pupa Curly – Put Down Di Guns

5. Drecko Helpa – Inna Broad Daylight

6. Kadoje – Why

7. Bani Fyah – Democracy

8. Papashante Bushman – Police Brutality

9. Zion King – An Early Bird

10. Jafo feat. Yung Levy – Obulamu Bunyama

11. [email protected] – Jah Way

12. Pupa Curly – Listen Weh My Seh

13. Tuff Kruffy – Democracy Riddim

Sanchez – Hallelujah

Sanchez - Hallelujah Easter Version

Millions of Christians around the world are celebrating Easter. This is the time Jesus died on the cross, and on the third day rose from the dead.

Sanchez, our singing icon and legend, has recorded his version of ‘Hallelujah’. Adapted from the original, composed and performed by Canada’s Leonard Cohen, Sanchez tells the story of the resurrection of Christ The King.

His vocal performance will take your breath away.

Chezidek – Inna Dem Eye – Inna Dem Eye Riddim

Chezidek - Inna Dem Eye - Inna Dem Eye Riddim

Track listing

1. Inna Dem Eye – Chezidek

2. Hail Rastafarian – Duane Stephenson

3. Leave Dem to Time – Natty King

4. Slow like Statue – Perfect

5. Words – Teflon

6. Always Around Me – Hero

7. Hard to Bring Down – Lutan Fyah

8. Let Me Be – Turbulence

9. Far I Know Dem – Norris Man

10. Martial Law – Mickey General

11. Jah A Come – Peas Head

12. Inna Dem Eye Riddim

Tanya Stephens – Good Good

Tanya Stephens - Good Good

Tanya Stephens’ New Single ‘Good Good’

Never one to shy from social issues, Tanya Stephens lets her feelings on challenges facing Jamaican youth be known on “Good Good”, her latest single which is being distributed and marketed by Tad’s International Record.

Stephens paints a graphic picture of unemployed teens perched on street corners with little to do. It is an idleness that often leads to crime and violence which is a perennial problem in Jamaica.

“Good Good” points out this waywardness to legislators who have promised solutions to rampant joblessness in the Caribbean country but have little progress to show for it.

This rocking jam, done to the beat of Gregory Isaacs’’Hard Drugs’, is produced by Junior Tads, and written by Stephens who is considered one of contemporary Reggae’s most gifted singer/songwriters.

Known for hard-hitting songs like “Yuh Nuh Ready fi Dis Yet” and “These Streets”, Tanya Stephens’ music transcends Dancehall. Her commitment to originality has won her admirers such as hip-hop superstar Wyclef Jean with whom she has collaborated.

Written by Howard Campbell

Chezidek – Unite

Chezidek - Unite

Chezidek Sounds For All to ‘UNITE’

Unite is the third single from Chezidek’s Hello Africa album, which was released this summer.
“So much things going on with black people ‘round the world, so wi have a lot to sey,” Chezidek disclosed.
It seemed Chezidek was destined to espouse black consciousness. The singer was born Desbert Johnson in St Ann, a lush rural parish on Jamaica’s north coast. It is also the birthplace of Pan African icon Marcus Garvey, and reggae legends Bob Marley and Burning Spear.
An elite band of Jamaican musicians worked with Chezidek on Hello Africa. They include keyboardist Robbie Lyn, bass player Donald “Danny Bassy” Dennis and drummer George “Dusty” Miller of The Firehouse Crew, guitarist Mitchum “Khan” Chin and bass player Flabba Holt of Roots Radics Band fame.
His career started as Chilla Rinch 25 years ago, but it is as Chezidek that he made his mark with producers like Philip “Fatis” Burrell of Xterminator Records.
Over the years, he has released eight albums which have yielded songs like the marijuana anthem, Leave The Trees, Call Pon Dem and Mash Dem Down.
Hello Africa is the second collaboration between Tad’s International Record and Chezidek — the first being Herbalist, released in 2009. It is executive produced by Tad Dawkins and Tad Dawkins Jr.
Hello Africa honors the remarkable run of quality recordings Chezidek has produced. Enjoy!

Unite – Chezidek’s 3rdd Single from his Smashing Hit Album, HELLO AFRICA.
Produced by: Desbert ‘ Chezidek’ Johnson.
Executive Producers:Tad A. Dawkins, and Tad A. Dawkins Jnr.