Hey, Guys welcome to 2018! I got more Interviews and mini-reviews on the way but until then let's get into some music. We are in the second week of January we have been blessed with amazing tunes in every genre already. Today, since we are still focusing on Jamaica, let talk about my top 4 videos that have been recently been released and will definitely be on my weekend playlist.
First up we have Ding Dong Ft Bravo -Dweet (Genna Bounce) / Flairy. I've been waiting for this video to release for a while and I think my daughter was too. Soon as I pressed play she started to do her version of Fling, which is basically her moving her shoulders up and down. This video for me showed how one dance move can be translated differently from person to person. That's why I love the Ravers. They all come together as a unit but individually they all have there own flavor. Mix into the end of the Video is Flairy, I just wanna say if there was a Flairy battle I would beat EVERYONE ( so I think ha). This step was created by Silent Raver and I will be doing it for the rest of the year. Check it out let me know what you guys think.
Stylo G link up with Beenie man in Dubai for the next video for 10 Metric Ton. The track is nice, the video is clean and crisp. Definitely will be on my weekend playlist. Check it out below.
With Carnival season kicking off soon Shenseea, Who been killing it International, has released a Soca track over the Jamette Riddim. Play di Soca is definitely going to be one of those tracks we will hear all season long. Check out the lyrics video below. Learn the words and get ready to get mad and Galang!!!!
This is the remix I've been waiting for!!!! STEFFLON DON links up with 3 major Jamaican artists to give us a Remix for Hurting Me which original featured French Montana. The track has been blessed by Sean Paul Popcaan and Sizzla( Which I didn't expect). This definitely needs to be on your playlist, Dj's make sure you have this one ready for your sets this weekend!
Make sure you check my Youtube tomorrow for the full playlist. Not only will it feature Dancehall but also some Hip Hop, Grime and much more.