Rebel Code – Monkey Marc, Blvk H3ro, Turbulence and Yeza (feat Mista Savona)

Rebel Code - Monkey Marc, Blvk H3ro, Turbulence and Yeza (feat Mista Savona)

Rebel Code – Monkey Marc, Blvk H3ro, Turbulence and Yeza (feat Mista Savona)
Lead single from Monkey Marc’s Vital Sound (LP)
Lyric video release date: TBC
Official release date: 13 November 2020
Label: Digikillaz / DubShot

Australian superproducer Monkey Marc is teaming up with Turbulence, the reggae veteran who gave us the smash hit Notorious in 2006, and exciting Jamaican artists, Black H3ro and Yeza, for the new single, Rebel Code, which also features fellow Australian Mista Savona (Havana Meets Kingston) on keys.

Rebel Code is an upbeat and driving reggae tune, with an inspiring message of empowerment and a collective call for revolution.

The track is the lead single from Monkey Marc’s new album, Vital Sound (release date 13 Nov 2020).

The lyric video was created by acclaimed Jamaican artist Robin Clare.

Monkey Marc tapped 300K, Jamaica-based director, cinematographer and filmmaker 300K, for Rebel Code’s visual treatment. Hailed by Billboard as “one of Jamaica’s most in-demand music video directors”, the director looked to cult classic “Mad Max” as a springboard to explore themes of Black empowerment, revolution and legacy.

The track has recently been premiered on DJ Gringo’s show The Joint on SiriusXM, with solid upcoming support from Australian radio stations triple j, RRR, PBS, 4ZZZ, RTRFM and more.

Contact: Kim Williamson, kim@monkeymarc.org.

Reson8 – Caption Dat (feat. Stylo G)

Reson8 - Caption Dat (feat. Stylo G)

“Reson8” is a recording artiste born in St Thomas, Jamaica and based in England.
He has spent the last 6 years investing in his career doing numerous recordings and live performances.

Reson8 was inspired by his fathers passion for music and his love for playing the sound system. On his quest to propel his career onto international platforms; Reson8 has recorded singles such as “Ramp Rough” ,Top shelf feat. Savage ,Gimmi, Heavens Love and Big Body Benz. He has also worked with Marvoni records and chaseme records in Jamaica. Reson8’s most current single is “ Caption Dat” feat. Stylo G produced by Kodi Starr,Stylo g’s brother and Oceanic. Promoted by Reson8.

During his spare time he likes to listen to different genres of music, spend quality time with his kids and family when he is not recording. He has a passion for music and always finds himself singing and this has given him a sense that a career in music is definitely for him. Reson8 is determined to work on his craft to become a household brand like some of the great artist in the music industry.

DJ Scott – Hip Hop 2020 Mixtape

DJ Scott - Hip Hop 2020 Mixtape

1. Joyner Lucas & Will Smith – Will (Remix)
2. Wasp ft Vybz Kartel – Vybz Kartel Gmix 2020
3. Pop Smoke – Aim For The Moon ft. Quavo
4. Pop Smoke – Dior
5. Jack Harlow – WHATS POPPIN
6. Roddy Ricch – Bacc Seat ft. Ty Dolla
7. Rod Wave – Heart On Ice
8. Rvssian, Anuel AA, Juice WRLD – No Me Ame
9. Pop Smoke – What You Know Bout Love
10. Roxanne – Arizona Zervas
11. Tarrus-Riley-Ft-Shenseea-Rvssian-Lighter
12. DaBabyROCKSTAR FT RODDY RICCH
13. Pop Smoke – Mood Swings ft. Lil Tjay
14. Pop Smoke – Something Special
15. Stalk Ashley – Young
16. Chris Brown & Young Thug – Go Crazy
17. Rvssian, Shenseea & Swae Lee – IDKW
18. Shenseea – Sure Sure
19. Kodak Black – ZEZE (feat. Travis Scott & Offset)
20. Roddy Ricch – High Fashion
21. Jada Kingdom – Win
22. Pop Smoke – The Woo ft. 50 Cent, Roddy Ricch
23. Stefflon Don – Move
24. Tory Lanez – Jerry Sprunger feat. T Pain
25. Rotimi – In My Bed ft. Wale
26. Hailee Steinfeld – I Love You’s
27. Pop Smoke – For the Night ft. DaBaby & Lil Baby
28. Trevor Daniel – Falling
29. Cardi B – WAP feat. Megan Thee Stallion
30. Drake – Laugh Now Cry Later ft. Lil Durk

Black Tears Riddim – Donsome Records

Black Tears Riddim - Donsome Records

Donsome Records releases Black Tears rhythm

He made his name in music circles producing quality roots reggae songs. Now ten years after the release of his last roots reggae project Crime Stop rhythm, producer Adrian ‘Donsome’ Hanson is back on the beat.

His latest project titled Black Tears rhythm is set for release today Friday November 6. The project features the likes of Marcia Griffiths, Anthony B, Lutan Fyah, Glen Washington, Chezidek and Bugle among others.

In a media release, he explained why he felt it necessary at this time to release a project of this nature.

“I think the time is right for a roots rhythm where you can hear the real pain in the voices of the artistes. The songs bring messages of hope and based on what Black people are experiencing today, the Black Tears rhythm fits right in,” Hanson explained.

Reggae queen Marcia Griffiths sing the title track in which she tackles the pain that Black people are facing globally; this positive message should resonate with music lovers.

Anthony B who’s one of reggae most prolific roots singer, address the danger that we face in the world today with track So Dangerous, Bugle makes a strong case for survival on the track Allow Me to Live, while Donsome newly signed artiste Korexx show his versatility with his debut roots reggae track.

Other tracks include Crying (Justice) by Tommy B; Holding on to a Feeling by Glen Washington; Bad Seed by Chezidek; So Dangerous by Anthony B; Yuh Ungrateful by Lutan Fyah; and Fry Bone by Perfect Giddimani.

Songs including Mama Bawl by Gyptian, Lost Our Way by I-Octane, Famine and Drought by I-Wayne and compilations including Reggae Grass Roots, Reggae in My Heart and Roots Drop riddim, are among the projects, which Hanson is known for.

Humans by Yaksta (BushLawd)

Humans by Yaksta (BushLawd)

Runabeat Music presents ‘Humans’ by Yaksta (BushLawd)
Release Date, Friday, 30 October 2020.
Listen to the deep, meaningful lyrics of ‘Humans’.
This is the song to end 2020 and to start humanity’s futuristic reflection for a better world

Raiah – Pick It Up

Raiah - Pick It Up

Music can be learned and sometimes you’re just born with it in your DNA. So when the opportunity arose to travel around the world with his father and uncles of multi GRAMMY Award winning group Morgan Heritage, he didn’t hesitate to take the exciting journey that surprisingly lead to him being inspired to become Raiah. The next in line of the 3rd generation of Morgan’s determined to become an artist and join the family legacy.

Born Seraiah Rajkumar-Morgan, music has always been the answer to his rollercoaster life. Falling in love with the drums at the tender age of 2, his passion for music grew immensely over the years by way of his family’s love for Reggae and Gospel music. With his roots hailing from Jamaica as well as Trinidad and Tobago, Raiah was born in Brooklyn, NY. Raiah was raised in a variety of places giving him what one could call a colorful upbringing. These cities exposed him to cultural, ethnic and social diversity in the cities of Cleveland, OH, Atlanta, GA, and Orlando, FL. In large part, this diversity has broadened his horizon and gave him a chance to learn different ways of life. All while injecting his soul with the uplifting music that was being played everyday at home.

In 2016, during his sophomore year of college, Raiah began experimenting with music programs on is iPhone, which led to him creating his own production company Brooklyn Made Beatz. After 3 dedicated years of crafting a signature sound, he then started writing songs. One day his computer began to breakdown, which ultimately brought his ability to make beats to a full stop. Scrolling through Beatstars’ platform he found the beats for songs such as “Pick It Up” which he recorded on Apple headphones in his mother’s car. Thus the artist Raiah was born! His music consists of sounds stemming from the genres of Dancehall, Afrobeats, as well as Hip-Hop. Though Raiah grew up between 2 households, the commonality was that Raiah was instilled with great moral teachings, as well as a musical environment and spirituality. Maintaining a faithful outlook on life combined with a holistic lifestyle; are just 2 factors that inspire Raiah’s lyrics. In a world filled with adversity and unexpected challenges, he feels there is a lacking of some of life’s basic principals especially amongst his generation. Raiah would like to use his music to help his peers operate at their full potential and realize their purpose in life sooner than later. Positivity, love, and motivation are all values that Raiah hopes to spread globally as he embarks on his own journey to fulfillment.