Kes – ‘Jolene’

Kes – Jolene - Ineffable Records

Soca superstars and cultural ambassadors KES THE BAND invite listeners to Trinidad & Tobago with their first 2022 release “Jolene.” Not to be confused with the Dolly Parton classic, this “Jolene” is a buoyant celebration of good vibes and rolling waistlines in the tradition of crossover soca smashes like Rupee’s “Tempted to Touch” and Kes’ own “Hello.” With Carnival celebrations paused for the second straight year, the band made it their aim to create a totemic anthem that will instantly transport listeners from across the globe to Caribbean shores. Producer Dwala’s mid-tempo riddim adds a touch of afrobeats and highlife to the mix, ensuring “Jolene” a spot on the playlists of any DJ looking to bring global vibes to the party in 2022.
Released via Ineffable Records

DJ Rusty G – Soca Madness 2021

EPISODE DESCRIPTION
1. Happy Place – Lyrikal
2. Better Days – Patrice Roberts
3. On De Inside – Jaiga TC
4. Backyard Jam – Farmer Nappy
5. All Day – Shal Marshall
6. Hornin’ First – Viking Ding Dong
7. Can You Feel It – Kerwin Du Bois & Shenseea
8. Flavor – Motto
9. 10 Outta 10 – Machel Montano
10. Hold Me – Charly Black
11. People Business – Teddyson John & Skinny Fabulous
12. Uber Everywhere – Motto
13. Overall – Lyrikal
14. Thief Piece – Problem Child
15. Dubai – Sekon Sta & DJ Private Ryan
16. So Sweet – Erphaan Alves & DJ Private Ryan
17. It Don’t Matter – Hey Choppi & DJ Private Ryan
18. Stress Reliever – Kerwin Du Bois & Destra Garcia
19. Soda – Konshens
20. Start Up – Patrice Roberts & Kemar Highcon
21. Soca Love – Kerwin Du Bois
22. Pain – Sekon Sta & DJ Private Ryan
23. High Life – Machel Montano
24. You Alone – Zoelah
25. Life is a Beach – Problem Child
26. Keep Jammin’ On – Kes the Band & DJ Private Ryan
27. Keep Talking – Turner & DJ Private Ryan
28. Live Yuh Life – College Boy Jesse & DJ Private Ryan
29. Back to Love – Teddyson John
30. I Love You More – Patrice Roberts
31. Love Hurts – Preedy
32. Always Ready – Problem Child
33. Counting My Blessings – Nadia Batson
34. Magical – Lyrikal
35. Wine Pon Live – Preedy
36. Worry Less – College Boy Jesse
37. One Dance – Aisha Noel
38. Dancing Away – Voice
39. Go Away – Aaron Duncan
40. Fete Cyah Over – Lyrikal
41. Whole Night – Motto
42. Yeah – Marzville
43. Doing It – College Boy Jesse
44. Happy People College Boy Jesse
45. Mama Cougar – Sekon Sta
46. Good Talk – Jaiga
47. No Rompin’ (I Like It) – Popeye Caution & King Bubba
48. Coffee – Nailah Blackman
49. Heart Clean – Erphaan Alves
50. Tender – Patrice Roberts
51. Trouble Wine – Nailah Blackman
52. Angel – Olatunji
53. Camera – Patrice Roberts & Afro B
54. See Dem – Kerwin Du Bois & Teddyson John
55. With My Head – Erphaan Alves
56. Baddest Gyal – Sekon Sta
57. Dutty Waist – Preedy
58. Double Team – Nessa Preppy
59. Wild & Freaky – Jagwa De Champ Ft. Supa Nytro
60. She Nuh Done Yet – Klassik Frescobar
61. Too Much – Klassik Frescobar & Marzville
62. Steamy – Jadakins
63. Round & Round – Tech Sounds
64. Adjust – Marzville
65. Hot & Steamy – Boidingo
66. Whine Pon Top – Vanni & Chezzy
67. Double Palm – Shade Mischif
68. Brawling – Father Philis
69. Active – Jagwa De Champ
70. Head Shoulders Knees & Toes (Ba Ba Ben) – Dj Cheem
71. Get Low – Lil Rick
72. Pressure – King Bubba
73. Oh My Gosh – Problem Child
74. China – Blackboy x Lu City
75. Don’t Stop – Olatunji & System 32
76. 1 Fam – Farmer Nappy, Machel Montano & Don Iko
77. Who God Bless – Blaxx & Don Iko
78. Kitty Cat – Problem Child
79. Applause – Shal Marshall
80. Too Damn Wicked – Skinny Fabulous
81. Hard on Me – Patrice Roberts
82. Piece of Mind – Voice
83. Pumpin’ – Peter Ram
84. Riddim & Bass – Preedy
85. Ride or Die – Wildfire
86. I Need – Adam O
87. Toxic Love – Ricardo Drue x Patrice Roberts
88. Steamy – Lyrikal
89. First Fete – Nadia Batson
90. Making Me Own – Skinny Fabulous
91. Warming Up – Adam O & AkaiiUSweet
92. Sugar Daddy – Nadia Batson
93. Long Time (Refix) – Machel Montano
94. Come Nuh – HypaSounds
95. HYMC – Xone & King Bubba
96. Cyah Take It – Wetty Beatz
97. Earthquake – Viking Ding Dong
98. Drunk’n Style – Problem Child
99. Gyal Wine – Nailah Blackman
100. Bad Badd – Mole De Chief & Brucelee Almigthee
101. Feeling Wotless Now – HypaSounds
102. Dog Bite – King Bubba
103. Girls Gone Wild – Shal Marshall
104. Outside Again – Fadda Fox
105. Fuh Days – Lyrikal x Nadia Batson
106. Macopolaritis – Mr. Killa
107. Ring Tinga Ling – Pumpa
108. Blinkin Bad – Skinny Fabulous
109. Fork – Mic Love
110. Weak – Ricardo Drue
111. Full Stop – RtwoG2 Ft. Fire Wayne
112. Zess In De J’ouvert – Tech Sounds
113. Play (Your Body) – WildFire x Sizwe C x CoolBlaze x Skorch Bun It
114. No Worries – Swappi x CoolBlaze x Skorch Bun It
115. Summer Body – College Boy Jesse x CoolBlaze x Skorch Bun It
116. Jogo – Ricardo Drue x CoolBlaze x Skorch Bun It
117. One of a Kind – Machel Montano & Voice
118. Straight 10 – GBM Nutron x Lyrikal
119. Body Banging – Nadia Batson x Travis World
120. Sidung – Sekon Sta x Travis World
121. Bam Bam – Adam O x Travis World
122. Personally – Lyrikal
123. Shine – Freetown Collective
124. Iz We – Kes the Band
125. Homesick – Ricardo Drue
126. Essential Feter – Kerwin Du Bois
127. Woman – Voice
128. By Any Means (Rusty G Dubplate) – Voice
129. One Wish – Iwer George x Travis World
130. Rango – Bunji Garlin
131. Mad People Party – Motto x Problem Child
132. Meta Fabulay – Fay Ann Lyons
133. Backway – Zamoni
134. Backerz – Boyzie
135. Hello – Wetty Beatz x Jab King
136. Massacre – Triniboi Joocie x Luni Spark & Electrify
137. Super Saiyan – Lavaman
138. Big Woman – Skinny Fabulous
139. Certain Tings – Shal Marshall
140. Good Energy – Lyrikal
141. Doh Laugh – Nadia Batson
142. For Corona – Problem Child
143. All House is Road – Bunji Garlin
144. Sleepwalk – Fay Ann Lyons
145. Looney Toon – Terra D Governor
146. Fettin Crazy – Tallpree
147. De Saltfish – Problem Child
148. Bend – Viking Ding Dong
149. Crocodile – Problem Child
150. Runaway – Viking Ding Dong
151. Ah Doh Have – Temptress x Deno Outta Range Mason
152. 1Q 2Q – Motto x DJ Fire Strypz
153. Chokay (Jook it) – Blackboy
154. Pass Me Straight – Ezra
155. Allez (Let’s Go) – Problem Child
156. John Wick – Skinny Fabulous
157. Do it (Bad Like We) – Lyrikal
158. Destruction – Lavaman x King Bubba
159. Flip It – Nadia Batson
160. Inches – Skinny Fabulous
161. Rum Love – Wetty Beatz & Smash
162. 2U – Machel Montano
163. Apology – Skinny Fabulous
164. No F’s to Give – V’ghn
165. Down Dey – GBM Nutron
166. Breakaway – Ponaflex
167. Story – Preedy
168. Living Legend – V’ghn
169. All Blessed – Lyrikal
170. Bless Body – Erphaan Alves x Dj Private Ryan
171. One Jam – Lyrikal x Dj Private Ryan
172. Dangerous Love – Sekon Sta x Mela Caribe x DJ Private Ryan
173. Horn Back – Nessa Preppy x DJ Private Ryan
174. Gud Gud – Hey Choppi Ft. Machel Montano

Zebee ft Teejay – Trinidad and Jamaican Man

Zebee and Teejay - Trinidad and Jamaican Man

ZEBEE alongside TEEJAY reveals how they see the stance of the Trinidadian & the Jamaican man in the streets. Zebee’s flawless & fluid lyrical execution merged with TeeJay’s harmonious vocals has created a musical masterpiece that solidifies the creative genius of the Caribbean islands.

Skorch Bun It x LL CoolBlaze Present – ANYTHING – Timeka Marshall X College Boy Jesse

Skorch Bun It x LL CoolBlaze Present - ANYTHING - Timeka Marshall X College Boy Jesse

Skorch Bun It x LL CoolBlaze Present:
“ANYTHING” – Timeka Marshall 🇬🇾 x College Boy Jesse 🇹🇹

Written by: Darryl Gervais,Timeka Marshall, Jason JG Gilbert, Justin CoolBlaze Elliott, Jesse Stewart , Christopher Seymour
Produced By: Jason JG Gilbert, Justin CoolBlaze Elliott
Mixed by: Jason JG Gilbert
Mastered By: Keron Scratch Master Hector
Copyright 2021 Happy Parrot Records LLC

Travis World presents the Body Banging Riddim

Travis World presents the Body Banging Riddim

Title: Body Banging Riddim
Produced by Travis World
Artists: Nadia Batson, Lyrikal, Sekon Sta, Adam O
Genre: Soca
Label: Travis World Music
Release Date: 6/29/21

Award-winning Trinidadian producer/DJ Travis World delivers the sexy, playful Body Banging Riddim feat top Trini Soca stars Nadia Batson, Sekon Sta, Lyrikal, and the Virgin Islands’ own Adam O.

Tracklist:
Personally by Lyrikal
Body Banging by Nadia Batson
Sidung by Sekon Sta
Bam Bam by Adam O

Flavor Riddim feat Charly Black, Machel Montano, Motto, Skinny Fabulous & Teddyson John

Flavor Riddim feat Charly Black, Machel Montano, Motto, Skinny Fabulous & Teddyson John

Flavor Riddim feat Charly Black, Machel Montano, Motto, Skinny Fabulous & Teddyson John

Just in time for summer, Saint Lucian super-producer and artiste Motto brings a healthy dose of island vibes with the Flavor Riddim – a cross-island collaboration featuring Caribbean superstars Charly Black (Jamaica), Machel Montano (Trinidad & Tobago), Teddyson John (Saint Lucia), and Skinny Fabulous (Saint Vincent). With an Indian-inspired flute melody lacing a bouncy Dancehall Soca backbeat, every track on the riddim delivers the perfect sound for those eager to get back into the clubs, fetes, and concerts and “wine down low”.

Release Title: Flavor riddim https://onerpm.link/FlavorRiddim

Motto – Flavor (French Vanilla) https://onerpm.link/FrenchVanilla

Charly Black – Hold Me (single) https://onerpm.link/holdme

Machel Montano – 10 Outta 10 https://onerpm.link/10Outta10

Teddyson & Skinny Fabulous – People Business https://onerpm.link/PeopleBusiness

Satta Massagana Rebirth Riddim – Manatee Records

Satta Massagana Rebirth Riddim - Manatee Records

Various Artist Compilation Album : Satta Massagana Rebirth Riddim
Executive Producer: Calvin ‘Doc’ Flowers
Producers: Calvin ‘Doc’ Flowers, Nathan Castro

Manatee Records New Release Centers On The Rebirth of The Satta Massagana Riddim, as a Global call for Giving Back to the youths of today

The project features a global contribution of various artists from Jamaica, Belize, Trinidad, Argentina, USA, France and Mexico. The artists representing Jamaica are led by veteran and known reggae icon Winston McAnuff who is a global reggae star and who has been the European bridge and reason for most if not all of the reggae iconic placements throughout Europe beginning with the music throughout France, England, Belgium and Germany.

Artists such as Sly and Robbie and the originators of what is reggae currently as well as many other artists from the days of Ska are those indebted to Winston for the connectivity of Jamaican music in France, England and Germany. Other artists in the Jamaican contingent include 90’s dancehall star Don Yute with his song “No Stopping Me”, TeearDropz who has ben revving up his songs throughout the years with his hit single “Wake Up List” is receiving major attention on the airwaves throughout Jamaica as well as another rising star Ras Ash 1st with his rendition of “Slave Trade”, have contributed to this major project for bringing peace back into our streets and communities.

The artist YoungWildApache and the youngest artist on the riddim, who is a fast rising dancehall artist in Jamaica currently , relates to his song ft Sasha Musiquee with “Nice Again” which demonstrates that the riddim has brought back musical memories across all ages as he explained that his inspiration or the song came from growing up when all the current superstars were on their trek to greatness who,ke he was a young teenager in Jamaica. Ishmel McAnuff, one of France’s reggae superstars, is the French contingent on the Satta Massagana Riddim Album which celebrates world peace. His input to the reggae community in France has been a historical position and has blessed the album with his song “Who Build These Guns”, referring to youth violence globally. His long history of appreciation of reggae music has positioned him along with his drive of reaching back to the youths and artists who are now producing new angles of such impacting music from his homeland Jamaica.

The Belizean artists include, Drivah ft Bastic with “Road”, Jah Art “Hail Rastafari”, Mikey Lion “Wroo Oh Oh Oh” and Shawn Adaan “Bawl” make the album a treasure with their input. Fidel Nadal , Argentinian star rastafarian with his song “Mucho Por Hacer”, which translates there is much to do in our communities and what he exemplifies with all his communal love for music throughout South and Latin America as well as throughout Europe. Sgt Remo, who is Mexican-American puts an emphasis on the production with his rendition of what we need in the world today to “Hear The Trumpets Blow” which adds a flair to the album.

Jah Myhrakle’s “Weh Manna Seh” is again words connected to the rastafraian faith as he represents the United States along with CK Pragmatic formerly known as Cement Kidd from the early 90’s when he was signed to Manatee Records, Jamaica with his song “Alive” adds the Belizean American in Jah Myhrakle as well as the Jamaican-American in Pragmatic who both represent the city of New York, the melting pot for many west indians in the united states.

Kmino Contigo with his Belizean-american roots, has given the album a millennial’s view of the struggles in our communities with his song “Always”. Finally Mr. Program, one of Belize’s young rising reggae stars, emotionally provided his song on the Satta Massagana Rebirth Riddim, just prior to being killed in the streets of Belize but we are humbled with praises for his song “My Religion”.

“I’m getting a lot of positive feedback about this project. With the right promotion, these songs will do well both locally and overseas,” Manatee Records President/CEO Calvin ‘Doc’ Flowers said. “The title of the project translates from the Amharic language as ‘He Gave Praise’, and with this project, I am honouring the spirit of that argument, by giving praise.”

He added, “The original Satta Massagana has even been adopted by some Rastafarian groups as a hymn used during services, so this project means a lot to me. The songs are well written and bring positive messages of introspection, peace and love to all.”

Flowers has been involved in the music community in Chicago since his arrival from his native country of Belize. Satta Massagana is the title track of a roots-reggae album of the same name by The Abyssinians. The rhythm itself has been re-recorded several times over the years. Manatee Records released a rendition of the Satta Massagana in early 90’s and the riddim was blessed by Bernard Collins and Manning from the original Abyssinians and one of the only labels to have received that verification of the riddim. The standout song which is being played on Irie-FM, Mello, Zip-FM and Sun City stations in Jamaica as well as a host of other stations in the USA, Africa and the Caribbean is “Wake Up List” by TeearDropz.

This song is inspired by the knowledge that life is the greatest, whenever you rise, you have it all, you’re rich. The song has also received praise from Bobby Konders , top reggae DJ in New York and the Massive B movement. Winston McAnuff’s “Armageddon” is another standout track from the veteran and iconic reggae artist who appreciated hearing the new rendition of the Satta as we all know.

Another stand out song is Ras Ash’s 1st “Slave Trade”, which not only looks at the Trans-Atlantic slave trade and its lingering effects, but also focuses on the need for the loving kindness and mercies of Jah. Flowers has high hopes for the project given the early buzz.

Machel Montano – The Wedding Album

Machel Montano - The Wedding Album

The Wedding Album is a love party; a collection of slow grooves for easy listening and dancing, with a message of love running straight through. Like a marriage, the theme is of union, but on many levels.

Firstly, the album is a dedication to my wife and the wonderful partnership we share and which we celebrate physically, spiritually and culturally. These songs translate feelings we experience when we meet and love, when we dance and share space, and when we find joy in togetherness.

On another level, these songs are representative of the times when I’ve stepped out of my mind and into my heart and trust directions unknown…experiment even!

This album is a departure from the road-march rompers and fete starters that I’m known for. Instead it’s a vibe for a long journey with a companion and stands as a bridge between where I’ve been and where I’m heading.

These songs venture from Dancehall to R&B to Afrobeat, all infused with that sweet Soca. I am grateful for the opportunity to work with the artistes I’ve collaborated with and it’s an honor to sing side by side with such highly rated creatives whom I look up to and I’m a big fan of.

I’m also blessed to work with all the talented contributors on this project – writers, producers, engineers – people I’ve worked with for a long time, developed many musical memories with, and those that I met during this process, with whom I’m ready to explore new dimensions of creativity.

This musical coming together for me is like a marriage and to celebrate it, I share with you all, The Wedding Album.

Love!
Machel

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