E-Dee, the Dancehall Celebrity – Elevate Album

E-Dee, the Dancehall Celebrity - Elevate Album

E-Dee, the Dancehall Celebrity, has released his latest full length album Elevate.

Out today and bursting with hooks, the 16 song CD and digital release boasts a fire collection of singles alongside new unreleased songs like the latest single “Every Time I See You” to which the music video drops simultaneously with the album.

The album brings classic vibes of 90’s and 2000’s dancehall, party vibes, full of bedroom bravado, aggressive swaggering club tracks, as well as conscious roots reggae. The free-wheeling sing-jay specializes in light hearted fun, with all of the charm of a Jamaican country boy living in Hollywood.

Everton’s vocal flexibility and range comes from the depth of his personality, which is mostly a ladies man, but at the same time a badman. Some songs he delivers high strong singing melodies, others he brings a low deep booming tone. E-Dee’s ability to deliver high energy party vibes alongside strong roots songs is a combination he has maintained since his early career.

Lyrics and songs on the new album paint the picture of what its like to be a dancehall celebrity in Hollywood, living “lifestlyes of the rich and reckless, champagne showers and sex for breakfast” quoting “Needed Me”. Love, the pursuit of women, and party vibes are what one might expect for a dancehall artist, but like all great artists, E-Dee’s music reflects the times. On the deeper songs from Elevate Everton delivers strong roots numbers that tackle systemic oppression in his collaborations with the legendary Glen Washington “Where I Belong”, and “Ghetto Yutes Rise” with I-Octane, as well as his hit song with Irie Love, “Revolution”

E-Dee has a disarming ability to be aggressive yet charming, sweet, but a badman. And a badman still has feelings. Maybe a sentimental rude boy that wants to change the world is exactly what dancehall needs right now. Collaborations on the album with Future Fambo, and Wayne Wonder are also big standouts.

Produced by his long time collaborator, Grammy-Award winner Qmillion, the album released by Unseen Lab Recordings is available at all media outlets now. E-Dee is lining up shows for the summer and fall in support of his new release.

Stand Firm Riddim – Bomdem Music

Stand Firm Riddim - Bomdem Music

Various Artists – Stand Firm Riddim – https://onerpm.link/standfirmriddim
produced by @bomdemmusic with @waynewondermusic @realgyptian @baycmusic and more

Honorebel – All Over (feat. Wayne Wonder & Rick Ross)

Honorebel - All Over (feat. Wayne Wonder & Rick Ross)

Song Title: “All Over”
Artist: Honorebel Ft Rick Ross & Wayne Wonder
Record Label: Phantom Music Group/ Zojak WorldWide
Publishing: Caribbean Paradise Publishing BMI
Song Produce By: Honorebel
Writers: Richard Bailey, William Leanard Roberts & Von Wayne Charles
Video Directed By: Richard Bailey BKA Honorebel
Videographer: Bizzy Media
Video Edited By: Conceptual Reality Media

Ari Riddim – Various Artists – Champion Squad Music

Ari Riddim - Various Artists - Champion Squad Music

“Ari Riddim”
Produced By: Kareem “Dj Reem” Swaby & Francesco “Dj Muerch” Stefanelli
Label: Champion Squad Music / RiddimStream
Mixed & Mastered By: Simpac Music

Dj Reem from Fort Lauderdale, Florida and Dj Muerch from Salento, Italy are two international djs from different parts of the world linking up to create a smashing summer riddim called “Ari” with the name taken from Dj Reem’s daughter’s nick name.

The Riddim Includes 7 tracks with artistes representing all over the globe, starting with International Recording Artiste Wayne Wonder with “My Love Is Real”. Noah Powa with “Real One”. An Afro beat flavor from Versatile Kenya out of Nairobi, Kenya; alongside Tiko T from Freeport, Bahamas with “Sweet Love”. Ajji with “Why Me?” Also Florida’s own Lockit with “Walk Out”. Ty Musiik Representing Belize with a gyallis anthem called “Me Love Gyal”. And last but not least KingNitti5Gz repping the U.S Virgin Islands, with “Me & You”

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