Karlie Redd – Werk (ft. Spice & Capella Grey)

Karlie Redd - Werk (ft. Spice & Capella Grey)

Karlie Redd – Werk (ft. Spice & Capella Grey)
Produced by: Jonny Blaze & Stadic

Gearing up to make a massive statement, the superstar in the making Karlie Redd unveils one of the hottest tracks of the summer, Werk. The newly signed Legacy Records artist has kept her foot on the gas to ensure her versatile sound and seductive lyrics are ones to remember.

Produced by global super producers Jonny Blaze and Stadic, Werk is a summer vibe you didn’t know you needed. Spice’s voice creeps in setting the tone then Karlie knocks it out reminding us that she is in fact an artist first. Capella Grey, whose personality bleeds all over the beat, marries the track together in a way that shouldn’t work but does. Honoring her Trinidadian heritage, Karlie Redd is determined to change the current landscape of sound and carve out her space within the industry to deliver undeniably hits continuously.

Before the world was introduced to Karlie Redd on VH1’s hit series “Love & Hip Hop: Atlanta”, Karlie was already an accredited model and actress. As Season 11 of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta kicks off this Monday, Karlie Redd will always display her ability to grasp your attention by simply gracing you with her presence. Her fiery ambition can be felt all across the world and she is just getting started.

Stick Figure – Edge of the Ocean

Stick Figure - Edge of the Ocean

Stick Figure’s newest single ‘Edge of the Ocean’ is out now! The song is written, produced, recorded and performed by Stick Figure, and is being released via his independent label Ruffwood Records. Stick Figure just wrapped up the almost entirely sold out Smoke Signals Tour, with 22 dates across the US. His new album ‘Wisdom’ releases everywhere on September 9th, including features from Barrington Levy, Collie Buddz and Slightly Stoopid.

Gibrilville – Manifest featuring Kwamiena

Gibrilville - Manifest featuring Kwamiena

Following the release of his single ‘Can of Soda’ and receiving the Akademia Award for 2022 Outstanding Legacy, hip-hop and afrobeat artist Gibrilville is back with a bang. ‘Manifest’ featuring Kwamiena, is the upcoming single, ahead of Gibrilville’s album ‘Good Things Manifest, Bad Things Defect.’ The feel-good track was made in collaboration with producer DJ Pain.

Originally working together in 2014, when Gibrilville made music under his alter ego screwface917, DJ Pain and Gibrilville reunited to create ‘Manifest,’ a song that’s sure to catapult Gibrilville into the spotlight. ‘Manifest’ addresses the overall concept of the album, aligning with Gibrilville’s own life journey. “I wanted to develop the concept of the album ‘Good Things Manifest, Bad Things Defect’ and the title felt powerful enough to be a whole song. So I reached out to DJ Pain and asked for some new production. As soon as I heard the beat, I knew I found my title track.”

Fusing together atmospheric R&B with soulful electronics, ‘Manifest’ opens with a harmonious piano, as Gibrilville invites his listeners in; ‘I’d like to welcome y’all’. Descending strings transcend into the euphoric drum beat, while heartfelt backing vocals accompany Gibrilville’s effortless flow. Sprinkled with ethereal synthesizers, and dropping into occasional Lo-Fi segments, ‘Manifest’ perfectly blends the electronic world with raw, acoustic instrumentation to make the track feel alive. Gibrilville uses his skills as a lyricist, alongside clever wordplay to tell a story, ‘watch good things manifest in peace, love and respect.’ The result is an uplifting soundscape that strengthens the title of manifestation. It feels powerful and exhilarating – as if it’s manifesting bigger things.

Taking lyrical references from DMX’s album title from 1998, and being inspired by his interviews, Gibrilville’s wordplay in the third verse displays his connection to DMX, who passed away shortly after Gibrilville finished writing the record. “One of my biggest musical influences in hiphop is DMX” says Gibrilville, “and this record felt complete by paying respect to him.” Rising artist Kwamiena also features on the track, after Gibrilville saw Kwamiena perform ‘Purple Rain’ on stage one night. Blown away by his performance, Gibrilville invited him to be a part of the track, where they recorded together at a studio in East Legon.

For Gibrilville, music comes from the heart and he takes his own life experiences and crafts them into music that listeners can connect with. His career has been vibrant, opening shows for Guns N Roses, supporting Adrenalin Mob, and recording with and playing for Dead Prez. While an EP release is scheduled for summer 2022, ‘Good Things Manifest, Bad Things Defect,’ will arrive later in the year.

‘Good Things Manifest & Bad Things Defect’ is scheduled for release in late 2022, and will be released on Gibrilville’s own music production company, Foreign Exchange Records, a label he has created to push hip-hop and afro beats globally.

Teflan Up Riddim – Royall, Mazi, Icee, G.E.O

Teflan Up Riddim - Royall, Mazi, Icee, G.E.O

Artist Name: MAZI
Writers Full name : Mazie Vernon Cumberbatch and Ryan Keri Zachary Abraham
Song Name: Bend Yo Back
Executive Produced: Ryan Keri Zachary Abraham
Co-Produced By: Travis Lynch on behalf of Stereo Damage Entertainment and DJ DESKTOP
Riddim By: Dj RedZ on behalf of Ready Up Entertainment®
Album: Teflan Up Riddim


Artist Name: ICEE
Writers Full name : Ithlon Nashsan Audain and Ryan Keri Zachary Abraham
Song Name: Application (Wuk Out)
Executive Produced: Ryan Keri Zachary Abraham
Co-Produced By: Travis Lynch on behalf of Stereo Damage Entertainment and DJ DESKTOP
Riddim By: Dj RedZ on behalf of Ready Up Entertainment®
Album: Teflan Up Riddim


Artist Name: G.E.O
Writers Full name : Giovanni Collins and Ryan Keri Zachary Abraham
Song Name: BALCONY
Executive Produced: Ryan Keri Zachary Abraham
Co-Produced By: Travis Lynch on behalf of Stereo Damage Entertainment and DJ DESKTOP
Riddim By: Dj RedZ on behalf of Ready Up Entertainment®
Album: Teflan Up Riddim

LISTEN NOW: https://lnk.fu.ga/royallmaziiceegeo_teflanupriddim

Solange Stanislas – Eat That Cookie

Solange Stanislas - Eat That Cookie

ARTIST: Solange Stanislas
SONGWRITER: Carlton Roberts
MUSIC BY: 4-1 Band
PRODUCED BY: Global Muzik Productions
DISTRIBUTED BY: Riddimstream

Tanya Stephens featuring Patra – FIFTY

Tanya Stephens featuring Patra - FIFTY

Internationally-acclaimed Jamaican singer-songwriter Tanya Stephens celebrated her 49th birthday by gifting the world with a surprise new single “FIFTY,” featuring another chart-topping female artist of Golden Era dancehall music, Patra. Produced by Tad Jr., the monstrous new collaboration off Stephens’ upcoming album Some Kinda Madness (out September 2 via Tad’s Record and available now for pre-order), finds the legendary artists offering fair warning to anyone who thinks that age might slow down the shenanigans of these two queens of the dancehall:

And If yuh think mi bad now
wait till mi lick FIFTY, dem a go say a how dah big woman yah so frisky
Want a buddy weh knock it inna gypsy
Bad when mi sober, worse when mi tipsy

And if yuh think we bad now, wait till yuh see half ah century
When a dozen big woman a mek a entry
An we a sip di henny bottle till it empty
Keep up behavior weh upset di gentry

To further demonstrate that age ain’t nothing but a number, Tanya Stephens dropped the “FIFTY” official lyric video today. Directed by Romario Rodney and Rayon Smith, the brand new visuals invite us into a grown woman bashment party hosted by the “maturing” bad gyal herself. As the dancers drop from headtop to full split, they leave little doubt that there is no substitute for experience.

Of the unexpected, but welcomed combination, Tanya says, “Patra is an unquestionable bad ass! She influenced urban culture and inspired many of us women to embrace our sensuality even as we stood in our strength. Having her bless this track feels like my personal revolution now has a soundtrack and I’m excited to step into my 50’s with this kind of energy!”

Patra broke boundaries in the 1990’s — a time many consider to be the Golden Era of Dancehall music — with seminal albums like Queen Of The Pack, which topped the Billboard Reggae Albums chart, and rude gyal anthems like “Romantic Call,” a collaboration with Compton superstar emcee Yo-Yo. Patra’s unparalleled success during that time paved the way for future female Jamaican singers and deejays like Tanya Stephens, who also made a name for herself in the following years with dancehall staples like “Yuh Nuh Ready For This” and “Goggle,” before establishing herself as one of the island’s most gifted songwriters with unforgettable tunes like “It’s a Pity” and “These Streets.”

“FIFTY” stands as the second official single released from Stephens’ upcoming 20-track album, which also features support from reggae heavyweights like Cedella Marley, Diana King, Big Youth, and Nadine Sutherland, among other guests. Previously released tracks from the Some Kinda Madness project include the steel pan-driven “Zig Ziggler,” the heartfelt ballad “World Goes Round,” and the uplifting single “Diamonds In The Sun (featuring Cedella Marley and Diana King).”

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