Suhvay, previously known as Shana-S, is a Jamaican singer-songwriter, born in Port Antonio, the capital of Portland Jamaica. Migrating from the modest but beautiful north east cost of Jamaica to the united state, Suhvay, aka Sexy S, recorded her first official song titled Nah Back Down in 2004 on the Top Speed Riddim. Featured on the riddim are artist such as Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Vybz Kartel and Demarco who’s also the producer of the compilation riddim. Suhvay has always embraced what it truly means to be independent. She oversees all aspects of her creative process: from writing her own songs, producing, editing her music videos, to distributing her music independently. Suhvay’s EP titled HIGH ENERGY is available for streaming on all digital platforms worldwide.
Better Must Come Riddim – Pop Style Music – Download Official DJ Pack – MP3 & WAV
Inna Di Dance Juggling Megamix – Pop Style Music presents a unique blend of all the tracks on the Better Must Come riddim all on one track, inna Dancehall style!
Keznamdi ~ Natty Dreadlocks
Tosh Alexander ~ Better Must Come
Bugle ~ Love You Everyday
Ce’Cile ~ Boy Bye
Romain Virgo ~ If You Know
Sizzla ~ Just U and I
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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.
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