Alicai Harley – I Just Wanna Know

Alicai Harley - I Just Wanna Know

After a slew of collaborations earlier this year, exciting London-based artist Alicai Harley is back with her new single ‘I Just Wanna Know’, out today via Parlophone.
Sampling R&B classic ‘Leaving (Always On Time Part II)’ by Ashanti, ‘I Just Wanna Know’ sees Alicai channeling a new energy to her previous singles, paying homage to the original track’s early noughties vibe.. Throughout the track, Alicai makes smooth transitions between singing and rapping, the latter of which is a nod to the artist’s earlier music days and a testament to her versatility as an artist.
Speaking about ‘I Just Wanna Know’, Alicai muses, “this song reminds me of my younger self… back when I was rapping. That’s what I wanted to bring back. And it’s touching on real subjects, on a real relationship. I wanted this to feel like my own version of 50 Cent’s ‘21 Questions.’”
A romantic visual starring Alicai in tinged blue and pink-tinged silky backdrops respectively, the video for the track sees her caressing her significant other and writing in her notebook as she muses on the dilemmas of her relationship.
‘I Just Wanna Know’ marks her first official single release of 2020, following collaborations throughout the year. Her most recent was a killer verse on the official remix for M.I.A & Cadenza’s fire tune ‘Up Inna’ alongside rapper BEAM, which followed collabs with Afro-Dancehall superstar Stonebwoy (‘Understand’), dance music legend DJ Zinc (‘Bubble’) and respected producers Jim Ouma (‘Kids’).
Alicai Harley first broke through with ‘Gold’, an irresistible slice of summer which was heavily supported by an array of tastemakers, including Seani B, DJ Target, Sian Anderson, Mistajam, Toddla T, David Rodigan, Trevor Nelson, and Charlie Sloth across BBC Radio 1 and 1Xtra. Across Capital Xtra, she has garnered support from Robert Bruce, Rad Kwame, Manny Norte, Tim Westwood, Yinka and Shayna Marie amongst others. She also recently made a number of incredible virtual performances across Notting Hill Carnival weekend, at events hosted by BBC Radio 1Xtra and Island Records.
Showing the range and depth of her musical talents, Alicai Harley is a UK artist destined for the top.

Buju Banton – Blessed More Blessed (Remixes)

Buju Banton - Blessed More Blessed (Remixes)

Buju Banton – Blessed More Blessed (Remixes)

Grammy winner, multiple Billboard Hot 100 chart topping artist and international reggae icon, Buju Banton, releases a remix bundle for his explosive single “Blessed” off his long-awaited album, “Upside Down 2020,” his first full-length studio album in a decade. The album was released this summer on June 26. The Dave Kelly produced “Blessed” gets a four-track remix bundle that features the likes of Fabolous & Jadakiss, Farruko and Patoranking.

Jester – PASSION (Do For Love)

Jester - PASSION (Do For Love)

Passion (Do For Love) features new music from SZA, Saweetie, DaBaby, Drake, Lil Durk, Cardi B, Megan Thee Stallion, Big Sean, Burna Boy, Kes The Band, Jus D, Choppi, Brandy, Teyana Taylor, Ty Dolla $ign, Popcaan, PartyNextDoor, Jazmine Sullivan, dvsn, Summer Walker, H.E.R., Bryson Tiller, Juice WRLD, The Weeknd + MORE! Virgo Season is here! #ItsNotAJoke

DJ Chemics – Summer 20 Mixtape

DJ Chemics - Summer 20 Mixtape

DJ Chemics presents Summer 20 Mixtape the best of Hip Hop, Rap, Dancehall, Afrobeats, Reggaeton, Pop, EDM & Remixes. All the hits all in one mix. Songs from June – September 2020! Sun ☀️ Summer 🌴 Sexy 👙

DJ Kayla G – Iconic Summer (2020 Mixtape)

DJ Kayla G - Iconic Summer (2020 Mixtape) Cover

Join Fyah Squad as we turn up the summer in quarantine creating an Iconic Summer. A mix of all your favorite Hip-Hop & R&B, Dancehall, Afrobeat, & Soca. Powered by Riddimstream & Fyah Squad. Hosted by: DJ Chemics.
1. Go Crazy (Clean) – Young Thug & Chris Brown
2. Lockdown (DJ Kayla G Go Crazy Remix) – Koffee
3. Something Special (Clean) – Pop Smoke
4. U 2 Luv (Clean) – Ne-Yo & Jeremih
5. U 2 Luv (DJ Kayla G Remix) – Popcaan
6. Hotel (Clean8Mix) – Kranium Ft Ty Dolla Sign & Burna Boy
7. Secret – Young Devyn
8. Enjoy Yourself (Remix) (Clean) -Pop Smoke ft Burna Boy
9. The Woo (Clean) – Pop Smoke ft 50 Cent & Roddy Rich
10. You Me Say (DJ Kayla G Woo Remix) – Vybz Kartel
11. Like That (Clean) – Doja Cat ft Gucci Mane
12. Freaks (DJ Kayla G Mash Up) – Tyga, Lil Vicious, Meg Thee Stallion
13. Tap In (Clean) – Saweetie
14. Double Tap In (DJ Kayla G Remix) – Saweetie & Queen Ladi Gangsta
15. Pussy Talk (Clean) – City Girls ft Doja Cat
16. TROLLZ (Clean) – 6IX9INE & Nicki Minaj
17. Made It (Clean) – Teyana Taylor
18. Born Fi Dweet (DJ Kayla G Dub) – Fully Bad
19. Address It (Dirty) – LPB Poody
20. Still Be Friends (Clean) – G-Eazy ft Tory Lanez & Tyga
21. Say So (DJ Kayla G Remix) – Doja Cat feat. Busy Signal
22. Woman – Rema
23. One Woman (DJ Kayla G Remix) – Motto
24. 1 Milli – Davido
25. In My Bed (Clean) – Rotimi ft Wale
26. Don’t Rush – Young T & Bugsey ft Headie One
27. Dumpling Remix (DJames Don’t Rush Edit) – Stylo G ft. Sean Paul & Spice
28. Cake – Juls
29. Fine Wine & Hennessy (Clean) – Afro B ft Slim Jxmmy
30. Ye (Fine Wine & Hennessy) (DJ Kayla G Remix) – Burna Boy
31. Collateral Damage – Burna Boy
32. Gangsta (Clean) – Darkoo & One Acen
33. Skeletun – Tekno
34. I Like – Kojo Funds Ft. WizKid
35. 4AM (Clean) – Manny Norte, 6LACK, Rema & Tion Wayne ft Love Renaissance (LVRN)
36. 4AM (Fine Whine) (DJ Kayla G Remix) – Alkaline
37. Call On Me (Serg Sniper Hype intro) (Clean) – Candle Joseph
38. Cool As The Breeze/Friday – Chronixx
39. Wag1 – Cashh & WSTRN
40. Breaking News – Dexta Daps
41. Yamabella – Shaneil Muir
42. The Sidechick Song – Shenseea
43. Call Me If – Dexta Daps
44. Gal Policy – Kranium
45. Life – Mavado
46. Ocean Waves – Alkaline
47. Run Di Road – Hoodcelebrityy
48. Platinum – Boogzino
49. Heavy Remix – Jada Kingdom & Vybz Kartel
50. Young – Stalk Ashley
51. 3D – Shaneil Muir
52. Obviously – Dexta Daps feat Beenie Man
53. Bring it Come – Showtime Damion & DJ Ashani
54. Taboo – KHXOS, Chargii, Konshens
55. Pretty Pan Snap – Daddy 1
56. Aphrodisia – PG Valentina & Teejay
57. High Props – Alkaline
58. Captain – Hey Choppi
59. Soca Feeling – Christo
60. Red Gyal – Christo
61. We Outside (Soundboy Ryan Intro) – Viking Ding Dong
62. Birthday Song (DJ Tony Styles Intro Edit) – Mical Teja
63. Happy Birthday Song – Drizzy Ft Bunun
64. Wine & Ben (Part 2 Remix) – DJ Cheem X Riddim Master
65. Carry On – Patrice Roberts
66. Feel It – Problem Child
67. Play Harder – Machel Montano
68. Boss Lady – Kes x Teamfoxx
69. Midsection – Marzville x Teamfoxx
70. Shots – Motto
71. Naked – Skinny Fabulous x Teamfoxx
72. Bring Da Vibe (Paul P Project x Riddimstream) – Al-Tek & Cherish
73. Dont Break Yet (Paul P Project x Riddimstream) – Faith
74. Bend (Paul P Project x Riddimstream) – Fiyah B
75. Wuk Up & Bend (Arch & Bend Riddim) – Walkes
76. Up Down (Arch & Bend Riddim) – Freezy
77. Lost And Found – Preedy
78. Best Side – DJ Addo X TBoss
79. Married – Trinidad Madman
80. B.O.H (Bottle Over Head) – Wetty Beatz ft. Triniboi Joocie

Dre Island – Now I Rise – Deluxe Edition

Dre Island - Now I Rise - Deluxe Edition

Dre Island, the enigmatic singer hailing from the Red Hills Rd section of Kingston, released the deluxe edition of his long-awaited debut album today. The 17-track expanded version of the album features 4 new songs. Adding to an impressive list of collaborations, Now I Rise (Deluxe Edition) features the Grammy award winning hip hop star and philanthropist Wyclef Jean, dancehall star Teejay, and Australian based Electronic artist Dub Fx.

The Deluxe Edition starts with a piano laced Introduction, which features spoken word from Dr. Martin Luther King Junior’s speech to students in Philadelphia in 1967, also known as “What is your life’s blueprint?” speech. This compelling message is coupled with excerpts from Charlie Chaplin’s “The Great Dictator,” which sound the alarm for our current times. “Same Ole Song” feat Teejay continues the set in dramatic fashion echoing the rebellious chant of generations past. Dub Fx puts his creative touch on the EDM influenced More Love. With the final track “Justice” feat Wyclef Jean rounding out the set in a dramatic tone as they lament the unfortunate death of Ahmaud Arbery and the current Black Lives Matter Movement.