OFFICIAL VIDEO: DO YOU REMEMBER – VOICEMAIL, CHEVAUGHN
Dancehall Duo Voicemail & Chevaughn Release “Do You Remember” Video. The video pays tribute to an era when dancehall was all about dancing, and highlights some favorites dance moves such as“Wacky Dip, Signal Di Plane, Thunder Clap”amongst many others. “Do You Remember”pays homage to the dance creators such as the late legendary and influential Mr.Wacky aka Bogle, the gone too soon but not forgotten Ice and beloved Voicemail group member O’Neil and all those who have contributed as they live on throughout the dancehall community.
The video features cameos by former Black Roses Crew dancer John Hype, dancer/entertainer Ding Dong, former Dancehall Queen Keiva, Bosie and Gabba Don. “Do You Remember” was produced by 21st Hapilos was directed by RD Studios & El Puru and filmed on location in Jamaica.
Considered by many as one of the summer music anthem contender, “Bad Gal” riddim has delivered a slew of hits including Voicemail and Chevaughn “Do You Remember” on the Bad Gal Riddim. The Bad Gal Riddim was created by billboard chart topper producer Adde Instrumental and produced by Johnny Wonder, is available on itunes via 21st Hapilos Digital.
Voicemail whose debut album sold over 100,000 copies in Japan and subsequently won numerous awards took a brief musical hiatus after suffering from the tremendous lost of group member O’Neil Edwards. The group came back stronger than ever, and although they could never fill the void of their lost, they honor him and continue his music legacy by delivering quality music.
Often referred as a rising star, Chevaughn started his musical journey back in 1997 at the Tastee Talent Competition, and as they say…. the rest is history. No longer considered a novice, Chevaughn has performed internationally alongside some of the biggest name in Reggae and Dancehall, and his music has been heavily requested on the airwaves.
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Sly & Robbie Present The Rebel Danielle D.I. – New album in stores now
Legendary production duo, Sly and Robbie are celebrating the release of their most recent project, The Rebel. The pioneers of rockers and Rub A Dub have fused their unique sounds with the vocals of dancehall bombshell, Danielle DI. The Rebel is Danielle DI’s debut album, constructed to showcase her to the world.
“It’s an immense opportunity to work with Taxi Records. Sly and Robbie have worked with the best in the music industry on an international scale, from Britney Spears, Madonna, Mick Jagger, No Doubt to Grace Jones, Jimmy Cliff and Shabba Ranks, so I feel blessed. The tracks are very different, it’s far from what you would expect from a dancehall artiste, its more world music. If you don’t have a passion for genuine, authentic music you wont be able to comprehend or appreciate this one,” Danielle DI exclaims.
Danielle DI is no new comer to the spotlight. The riddim twins produced one of her first tunes, Brown Girl featuring Beenie Man in 2006. Shortly after she scored her first hit in the European market with Ce’Cile, Turn Him On. Her breakthrough song on the local scene was the collaboration, Beat It with Vybz Kartel. Danielle DI has now embarked on a new journey. Her mission is to create a stable position in the forefront for her genre on a global platform.
Official distributor of The Rebel, Tads Records is also enthused about the release. CEO Tad Dawkins shared, “This is a power move by Sly and Robbie to utilize their expertise to carve the future. Success is our focus and therefore we wholly endorse this project.” The Rebel is now available on iTunes, Amazon and all major music
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Zayne Prepares to Take the Summer by Storm
Dancehall artist Zayne is ready to take the summer by storm with at least eight new singles ready to be released over the course of the next four months. Also in the pipeline is an upcoming video shoot, a trip to his native Jamaica and a new mixtape to hit the streets in September.
Zayne’s latest singles, “Dutty Badmind” and “Ghetto Youth” with fellow Jamaican dancehall artist 3Star, have been heating up international airwaves and dances. Zayne was introduced to 3Star by his friend, sound engineer Redboom at Fenz For Real Production. They both were in the studio when producer Anthony of Anthony Records played the riddim so they hit the recording booth and “the rest is history,” says Zayne.
“Dutty Badmind” and “Ghetto Youth” showcase more of the young artist’s conscious side. He likes to strike a balance between consciousness and party tunes. Says Zayne, “People like an artist who is versatile and who can mix it up at times from girl song to party song to reality song. No matter what type of song though, I try and keep it positive all the time.”
Zayne is going to show his range this summer with his upcoming releases “Party in JA pt 2,” “Watch Over Me,” “Suh We Party,” “Wah Fi Know” and “Gal Dem Wah.” Fans can expect a mix of party tunes ready for summertime plus some more meditative, thoughtful and socially conscious songs.
“Party in JA pt 2” is a sequel to Zayne’s popular party hit from 2012. The artist decided to follow up with the same vibe and diversity to give listeners a party song that is a little different and unexpected. The video shoot for the song is being scheduled for this summer in a still secret location in Jamaica but one thing Zayne promises from now: “We are going all out on this one!”
“Watch Over Me” was inspired by the same incidence as “Dutty Badmind.” Zayne shares the story, “I had a friend and I poured my heart into helping him through his struggles. In return, behind my back, he wished me bad luck and tried to make me fail when I thought he had my best interest at heart. I was wrong about that.”
Zayne writes lyrics everyone can relate to, whether in Jamaica or around the world. Based in Florida, Zayne plans to spend a part of the summer in Jamaica to connect with family, friends and fans and to put in some serious studio time. The artist will be recording, promoting his new music and shoot his next video before returning to Florida to add the final touches to his mixtape, scheduled to be released in September 2013. The mixtape, entitled “Watch Over Me,” will feature 18 to 20 songs, including a few surprise tracks, and will be mixed by DJ Kenny.