This songs speaks to what a lot of females and guys go through. Wishing to be with that one particular person but their eyes are fixed else where. It’s a beautiful feeling to be in love and to be loved. Love is not always reciprocated and we should never allow the ugly side to surface. Always remember, not everyone has the same heart, love the same way or feel the same way you do. Be kind anyway. – Lady Virtue
Dancehall Artiste Teejay is set to release a new single destined to “Stir up some emotions”, entitled “Entanglement”, produced by Frankie Music.
Teejay’s “Entanglement” alludes to the term Jada Pinkett Smith used to describe her relationship with August Alsina when she came together with her husband, Will Smith for a special edition of her “Red Table Talk” show on Facebook in July.
Frainkie said “a lot of men are going through entanglements so we decided to make a song about it”.
“I’m expecting the song to become a hit & a fan favourite”, Frankie said.
“Entanglement” is featured on the YOLO Riddim which was released last month. That project features the likes of Beenie Man with ‘Up Deh’, Christopher Martin’s with ‘Pass Code’, Demarco’s ‘Drippin In Sauce’, among other tracks.
Teejay’s project follows the release of Dexta Daps album, VENT, which was produced in part by the label.
“The label has been busy throughout the pandemic and fans can expect new releases from Yanique Curvy Diva and more”.
“It’s my first time working with Teejay, a very talented individual. You can expect more collabs between us”, Frankie said.
Spice Preach Good “Hygiene” In New Song
by K.D. Anglin
Dancehall deejay SPICE dropped the follow-up to her “Clean” visuals and it’s a single titled “Hygiene” The high energy track is accompanied by a music video showcasing Spice’s classical dance skills and flexibility As usually, the dancehall vixen is surrounded by a band of incredible dancers who perform a choreographed number led by the deejay.
“Bend ova and cock up my ass / Cya smell nutten when yuh pass / Armpit nuh green like grass / My mouth nuh stink when mi tek of mi mask / Clean, smell good / My body smell like it should / No gyal cyaan talk nutten bout me, mi nuh run dutty joke inna mi neighbourhood,” Spice deejays.
The song that was produced by Cashment Entertainment & Daddiron Entertainment is already being called the new feminine hygiene anthem. In the Magical Studios-directed music video, Spice and her clan perform in a military fashion. Her fellow cadets get down and dirty in the camp as they contort their bodies in ways only dancehall inspires.
In one scene, the Love and Hip-Hop star also perhaps inadvertently, recreated the iconic Lil Kim pose without the prop while clad in an English soldier costume. She also gets slippery in the shower with some of her hygiene products and puts on quite the show with the showerhead.
Watch Spice talk “Hygiene” in the new visuals.
Jahvillani and Skillibeng are “Smooth!”
Dancehall sensations Jahvillani and Skillibeng say “Smooth” is the way to be on their newest single of the same name, today released by VP Records.
Both artists, who hail from the West side and east side of Jamaica respectively, have found common ground through music, and entertaining the masses with their provocative lyrics and ear-catching riddim. Their bravura comes through the speakers as they brag about their maneuverings around the most beautiful women.
The release of “Smooth” is complimented with the release of the song’s music video. Directed by Mathofminds Production, the video was shot on location in Kingston.
About the single and music video Jahvillanii says “I enjoyed collaborating with Skilli. I like how the music video turned out too.” Skillibeng adds “Jahvi and Skilli link is a mad move – smooth for the ladies when West and East meet.”
Making music since his days in high school, Jahvillani is walking in his calling. His name, represents the balance he sings about: on one hand is Jah, the good in the world, and ‘villani,’ a clever twist on the word villain whom Jahvillani also sings about. Jahvillani is a portmanteau that reflects the positives and negatives in society through music. Jahvillani has been successful with multiple releases including “Clarks Pon Foot,” “Wileside Government” and “Nuh Reason.”
Skillibeng rose to fame with the release of hit singles “Brik Pon Brik” and “Crocodile Teeth.” His fan base continues to grow with followers who are attracted to his unique approach to telling stories.
“Smooth” was produced by Adrian “Mastermind” Martin Lawrence.