Official Video of Rock Stone by Stephen Marley, Capleton, & Sizzla
Check out the official video of Rock Stone,by Stephen Marley, Capleton, & Sizzla. It’s not everyday we get to see collaborations between any two of these artists, let alone all three. Check out this video and let us know what you think!
Grillaras Productions brings Jah Vinci’s new studio album, Ghetto Born
Jah Vinci’s2014 release is nothing short of diverse, confident, and energetic. With a little something for everyone this album glistens in a unique fashion. Give it a listen and give some props to Grillaras Productions on this one. This album showcases Jah Vinci’sprofound voice and singing over some big dancehall tunes and featuring songs with Beenie Manand Junior Reid. This album has a certain depth to it that is nice to see in the dancehall world. With an uplifting voice and educational lyrics, you won’t be likely to forget the catchy name JahVinci.
The album starts off with an acoustic jam titled with the album, GhettoBorn. This album focuses on struggles of the ghetto and poverty and this tune starts calmly there. The second tune Call on Jahis a big tune with an emphasis on the drum kit and a piano melody. Jah Vincisings about how he faces the struggle and still Call onJah. An uplifting and head nodding tune from the get go – its not a style we hear often. A big dancehall tune up next, We Nuh TrustDem. This one brings up the issue of trust as Jah Vincisings some unique verses in this short tune. Beenie Manjoins in on Don of AllDons – a club dancehall tune. Next up, comes one of the biggest tunes on the album – Jah A Guide We. With its big drums and acoustic strumming over a dancehall riddim – this tune is sure to catch your attention if not your love. Jah Vincicomes through with some real powerful lyrics on this tune, along with his unique singing sound over some great production. Holding a vibes from that last tune – the guitar and drums once control the next tune as it comes in with a real natural feel, the tune Darling has a nice feel as it drops into this natural feel. It changes and becomes rather synthetic toward the end but it doesn’t damage Jah Vinci’s lyrics and voice.
Strongeris a love song reminiscent of some 1990’s or early 2000’s Hip-Hop or R&B tune. Penitentiary is on next, featuring Junior Reid,this tune has an interesting sound, but the combo of Jah Vinciand Junior Reid’svoices and lyrics about the penitentiary make the tune. We Taking Overdrops next, with an interesting beat – not quite dancehall or hiphop, but somewhere in between. The verses and flow on this one are exquisite as Jah Vincisings the chorus:
“Gideon Warrior taking over. Me ah tell the youths dem fi love Jah.”
Jah Throneis up next. Riding on the bassline, Jah Vinciwails about the King’s throne in this tune. Next up is Rude Boys & Police- a tune about how the police and the bad man run the streets. This tune brings up some of the problems that we see today in the streets that need to be addressed. Another favorite up next, The Conquering Lionbrings forth a unique blend of drum and bass, guitar, sound effects, and of course Jah Vinci’ssinging and verses in this one are superb. The album wraps up with NewEndings,a calm tune with some interesting instruments Jah Vincisings about mortality in this tune, reminding us that tomorrow is not a promise.
Lift up your vibes and check out Ghetto Bornby Jah Vincifrom Grillaras Productions. Let us know how your ears feel about this one. Comment and share if you’re feeling these sounds.
Maximum Soundreleases the Imperial Crown Riddim. A nice variety of artists, including Luciano, Addis Pablo, Jesse Royal, Exco Levi, Chezidek, and Dre Island.Check it out and please let us know what you think.
Check Iba Mahr’s new track Glory of the King from Royal Order Music
Just in time for the King’s Earthstrong tomorrow, Royal Order Music releases Iba Mahr’snew reggae single titled Glory of the King. With some nice drums and guitar and a catchy melody Ibacomes to speak the truth and bring the vibes on this track. The chorus resonates:
“InI presenting, I love and joy. I Glory of the King we representing.”
Check out David Rodigan’spremiere of the tune, and pick your copy up today on digital outlets. Like and share if you like it.