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New York, NY, June 26, 2020. Amid the chaos this year has delivered, it is understandable that 2020 "Year Of The Woman" was somewhat overshadowed in mainstream news and media. Coined "The Year Of The Woman", it marks the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment, guaranteeing and protecting women's constitutional right to vote.
But amidst worldwide pandemic and racial injustices, art in its many forms has kept spirits lifted, whether social commentary songs, feel good music or anthems of self-love, women have indeed been omnipresent topping charts and breaking records. Among the ranks of women standing-out, KSR Group multi-talented HoodCelebrityy who brought us hit records "Walking Trophy" and "Bum Pon It" once again is given the ladies a track displaying strength and vulnerability with "Broke Boy".
Just as her predecessor TLC did with "No Scrubs", “Broke Boy” offers no sympathy to the male counterpart who fails to match the energy of his significant other. Speaking on the song's message and inspiration, HoodCelebrityy explained, "The inspiration behind the single was that “although I am not for sale I know my worth and when you know your worth you get real choosy. Even independent women still need someone they can depend on.".
"The specific moment that sparked the recording of this song was that I’ve seen women struggle financially, mentally, and physically and when you talk about being broke it’s not just money. It’s being broke in spirit, being broken in ambition with the lack of desire to change." she added.
Distributed by KSR Group, "Broke Boy" is available on all major streaming platforms and digital outlets.
Kingston Jamaica June 26, 2020. Roots Reggae singer Chezidek has given fans and music lovers at large yet another insight into his forthcoming "Hello Africa" album with the powerful song "Anthem", out today Friday, June 26th, 2020.
Poignant Music Stimulating the Minds of Those Fighting For Justice Today
On the heels of the success of his impactful reality-infused candid track "Because I’m Black", the apologetically militant Chezidek proceeds on his socially charged repertoire with "March". “The song is an inspiration as to the actions people can take to make their voices heard and demand justice“ he explains. Music industry insiders have noted that socially conscious music has once again renewed its importance to the mainstream as songs of injustice and oppression belted by Peter Tosh, Bob Marley and Chezidek are as relevant today as yesterday.
"March" is the second official release from "Hello Africa" set to be released on July 23, the birthday of HIM Haile Selassie by renowned independent powerhouse label Tads Records.
Aleighcia Scott’s voice has the soul of the finest Reggae singers combined with the power of a 50-strong Welsh choir and given that she grew up in Cardiff and yet with family roots from Trelawny, Jamaica this should come as no surprise. It’s a voice that is exciting those in the know on the Reggae scene and Aleighcia has recorded with Ju
Aleighcia Scott’s voice has the soul of the finest Reggae singers combined with the power of a 50-strong Welsh choir and given that she grew up in Cardiff and yet with family roots from Trelawny, Jamaica this should come as no surprise. It’s a voice that is exciting those in the know on the Reggae scene and Aleighcia has recorded with Julian Marley and more recently been tapped up by both Peckings Records and Rory Stonelove to work on extended length projects to be released in 2018/19 and selected by the BBC to be a Horizons artist for 2018-19.
Upside Down is the first new album from Buju Banton since 2010's "Before The Dawn." Features on the album include performances by Steflon Don, Pharell, Stephen Marley and John Legend.
Buju Banton is a Jamaican musical icon and continues to be one of the reggae genre's most influential artists. Since his return to the music scene in 2019, Buju has appeared on breakthrough tracks with DJ Khalid, John Legend and dvsn among others.
Buju is a trail blazing talent with a long and growing list of hits to his name. And now, the world is ready for a hot, new album from this timeless artist.
When you think about summer, you immediately think about a calming, relaxing yet energetic vibe, maybe you even picture beaches, cold drinks, and just, in essence, anything that's fun. What if I told you that 26-year-old Jamaican reggae artist Sumerr brings that same vibe with her music? Yeah, we could not believe it either! Sumerr certainly lives up to her name bringing pure heat with her debut album 'Downs District'. The title refers to her neighbourhood in Manchester, Jamaica where Sumerr grew up. The 12 track reggae album showcases her versatility as an artist with a fusion of reggae, r&b, pop, and hip-hop beats. 'Downs District' serves us songs that inspire, captures our ears, gives us all the "feels" and entices our minds. .
Roots reggae icon Richie Spice returns with "Valley of Jehoshaphat (Red Hot)", the latest single from his forthcoming album due this summer, on VP Records. Produced by the legendary Clive Hunt, "Valley of Jehoshaphat (Red Hot)" sees Richie Spice verse on themes of Jah praise, collective transformation and reggae music's enduring history and legacy.
The vibrant video directed by Samo Kush-I Johnson, combines lush scenic shots with powerful thematic messages. The video concludes with quotes by Haile Selassie. From his very first entry into the music business Richie Spice has been recognized for his unique musical talents. In 2018, reggae radio station Irie FM crowned him "The Young King of Reggae" for being the true roots messenger of this generation, following in the hallowed footsteps of greats like Bob Marley, Peter Tosh, Jimmy Cliff and Burning Spear.
Richie Spice is always on the mission to keep this crucial music alive through the teachings and judgement of the most High, the love and togetherness of humanity, the protection of nature, the love and respect for women, and advocating for the youths through social welfare.
As expansive as the title is, "Reggae Golden Jubilee" does not do justice for just how culturally rich this new box set is. Spread over four CDs, with an accompanying 64-page booklet rife with photos and commentary, the lavish set is the equivalent of a college course on the past 50 years of Jamaican music.
Curated by Edward Seaga, a former prime minister of Jamaica who was born in Boston, educated at Harvard, and also used to be a record producer, the set uses 100 recordings to trace the chronology of the island's music. Ska gives way to rocksteady and reggae and then to dub, dancehall, and deejay.
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