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Wednesday, 16 May 2018


Kwesi  Mims  Formally of  New~A~Boiz is Back With a Fire Freestyle off  Shatta Wale's Gringo Instrumental.... Download ang Enjoy

Thursday, 19 October 2017

Xhila Roy - Real Youth .mp3 (mixed by JWYSE)

@xhilaroymusic has laced another style on the trending Reggae Fest Riddim. He call this one MISS YOU. Who is Di GORILLA missing.
Have a feel and share after.

Thursday, 24 August 2017

Xhila Roy _ Miss You

@xhilaroymusic has laced another style on the trending Reggae Fest Riddim. He call this one MISS YOU. Who is Di GORILLA missing.
Have a feel and share after.

Sunday, 16 July 2017

Xhila Roy _ propaganda (prod. By Arms House Records)

Xhila Roy _ propaganda (prod. By Arms House Records). Download and share

Sunday, 9 July 2017

XHILA ROY _Your Shame (My Name Counteraction)

Xhila Roy A.K.A Gorilla jumps unto Forever Riddim produced by Armz House records. Download and enjoy...  

Monday, 1 May 2017

Fans of dancehall artiste I Octane took to social media to voice their disgust with the revelation that Octane has not been booked to perform on this year's Reggae Sumfest concert in Montego Bay.

I Octane closed the international festival on two occasions to  rave reviews in the past, and he has been on a tear in recent weeks with incendiary performances at  live shows such as 'New Rules', 'Britjam' and 'Top of the Line' so his exclusion from the line-up has caused consternation among his legion of fans when the official lineup was posted online on Wednesday. 
"I know that Sumfest is under new management but why no Octane, fans in the west love Octane, he always gives a great performance every year, he is a guaranteed crowd-pleaser so why the change?"one fan posed on Facebook. 
The response on Twitter was just as incendiary. 
"How Sumfest so biased!? No Octane, no Sumfest!" @badgalrenee tweeted.  Another Twitter user, @monzashotta tweeted: 'wah Sumfest ah deal wid? How the Genna Octane no de pon the show this year after him bun it down 2016".
jhana_grant said: why haven't I seen IOctane listed in the lineup? I come every year from Atlanta and he is my favourite part of the show."
slim_shyv said: How @realioctane not on the flyer this year???? #pleaseexplain. 
I-Octane has come a long way since his debut at Reggae Sumfest several years agoas an opening act and through his fiery performances gradually worked his way up to appearing later on the festival to become a middle-order artiste in 2011, when he delivered a set that surpassed the expectations of the Reggae Sumfest crowd. Over the years, I-Octane has been consistent in his career and that has boosted him to become known as one of Jamaica's best artistes. He closed the festival two consecutive years, 2013  and 2014. 
He is known for massive hits such as Lose a Friend, L.O.V.E Y.O.U and Gyal A Gi Me Bun. 
Other artistes who have not been booked or announced for this year's edition of Reggae Sumfest include Popcaan, Assassin and Konshens.

Platinum Kids Win America's National Sound Championship "US Rumble

One of the most exciting aspects of reggae culture took place inside Amazura nightclub in Queens, New York last Saturday. It was the second annual US Rumble nationals where seven sound systems entered a musical "war" for a spot in the international Irish and Chin World Clash competition. All seven sounds entered the Amazura stage hungry for the coveted title of America's National Champion Sound, "US Rumble Champion", yet only one sound could walk away with the title and that went to Bronx, NY Platinum Kids.
New York's Platinum Kids sound, featuring the dynamic duo, Paul and Marcus Gavin won the US Rumble championship and a slot in the highly acclaimed World Clash competition, to be held later this year. Platinum Kids, known as a juggling sound entered the US Rumble competition as the underdog. Being the only sound on the line up with the least clash experience many considered them less likely to win and an early exit during the competition. Yet, for Paul and Marcus the key element to any performance especially a competition judged by the crowd is to make sure they entertain the audience in front of them. "We may not have the deepest dub box or clash extensively, but over the years we have learned that its all about the crowd, mek sure you entertain them to the best of your ability and win them over" says Marcus the MC of Platinum Kids.
The competition was not an easy one as Platinum Kids competed against the defending US Rumble champion Innocent Sound (Florida) and the runner up of the inaugural US Rumble - King Shine (New Jersey). Both Innocent Sound and King Shine are winners of numerous sound competitions with several titles under their belt . Also in this years US Rumble competition were four other decorated sounds in the sound clash arena, One A Day (Philadelphia), Riddim Force (Florida), Kosmik (Brooklyn, NY) and Black Magic (Atlanta) who met with Platinum Kids in a nail biting "tune fi tune" face off.
During the final round, "tune fi tune", which would declare the winner after the best of 10 songs, Platinum Kids at 3:44 am held the lead with a score 4-0, but Black Magic quickly gained momentum. After playing a dubplate from the late Garnet Silk 'Evacuate', Black Magic immediately won the crowd and came back to even the score 4-4, but Platinum Kids was up for the fight. Platinum Kids went on to play Carl Dawkins 'Satisfaction' (dubplate) followed by a Mighty Diamond 'I Need A Roof' (dubplate) and sealed the championship, winning 6-4.
"First we want to say thanks for the opportunity given to us by Irish and Chin, music is not a hobby for us its a passion and something we take seriously. We've been playing music for over 17 years now so for us this is one a dem achievements we are humbled by and look forward to expanding the brand on an international level" says Paul the selector of Platinum Kids.
Enthusiastic over US Rumble and Platinum Kids win, promoter Garfield "Chin" Bourne says, "Platinum Kids displayed a combination of qualities that ultimately led them to the victory, including strong speech, entertainment and strong mixture of dubplates  mixed with a 'lethal' 45 selections."
After earning their spot in this years World Clash, Platinum Kids await the names of the other contenders who will represent UK and Europe.