March 11 Mobay Jamaica,Brit Jam Fantasy Island Spring Break Festival is approaching and the line up is craaazy : I-Octane, Popcaan, Tommy Lee, Aidonia, Merital and more. Check out the flyer and don’t miss out.
Another live show to don’t miss is the acoustic return on stage of Reggae superstar, Sizzla Kalonji, that recuperated well from the motorcycle crash that injured him severely last year.On March 18. Mr Miguel Orlando Collins, aka Sizzla, will perform live at the event “Sizzla: Unplugged and Acoustic”, at Club Privelege in New Kingston, the show will start early, 8 p.m.
Proceeds from the event will go towards providing medical support for a child in desperate need of life-saving surgery. Sizzla will team up with legendary Dancehall/Reggae producers, Sly and Robbie as well as violinist, Jessica Yap. And guess who will host and perform at the after party? Popcaan Hotskull. Check out Sizzla in Foolishness on Master’s Blend Riddim from January 2012 and also in Bumbo Now- Breadback Prod. from last month. Re-posting it because is pure fiyah! Maaad!
SIZZLA – FOOLISHNESS
SIZZLA BUMBO NOW
Busy Signal announced the release of his upcoming album, that will show a new side of the artist.The new album, Reggae Music Again, will be unveiled on April 24, produced by Dancehall/Reggae label, VP Records.
The Roots Reggae album features 14 tracks including the his single, Come Over. The artist said about the upcoming record “It shows my growth, versatility and the recognition of Reggae as the origin of Dancehall music. Being a Jamaican, I feel like it is my duty to highlight and contribute to Reggae music, and with the encouragement of my management and musicians who played on this record, including Dean Fraser, it all came together.
This album is like a renaissance for me, a rebirth – Reggae style,” he said.Hear him talk about his upcoming album and also re-posting Protect My Life Oh Jah On Duplicity Riddim hot tune!
Busy Signal – REGGAE Music Again: Busy Thoughts
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Friends, fans, family and all members of the Reggae/Dancehall industry flooded in hundreds at the Seaview Gardens on Monday night to celebrate the life of ‘Mama Ivy’, the mother of Dancehall icon Bounty Killer.