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Dazzle B loves the ladies Proper
28 Jun 2018

EMERGING act Dazzle B is currently promoting his latest single titled “Proper”. The song is celebrating the beauty and healthiness of females worldwide, who appreciates that fact and wants to flaunt it.

Released in April, the single was produced by his Dazs Records and distributed by Reggae Release. The song has been
getting steady rotation on stations mainly in the United States and United Kingdom and recently gaining traction in dance hall circles in Jamaica.

“I am working extra hard with the promotions for this song and I’m getting a lot of positive response and support,” said Dazzle B.

Dazzle B is slated to perform on several upcoming shows for the summer and his latest single “Proper” is sure to be a winner among the ladies.

Jordan Mais is set to make a music video for his song “Never Seen”
27 Jun 2018

Reggae/Rocksteady artist, Jordan Mais is set to make a music video for his song “Never Seen” in September.

The song is on the Black Marble Records imprint and is produced by Fabian Salmon.

“It’s a song for lovers, embracing a moment shared, passed and longing for more,” Jordan said.

He added: “My fans can expect a lot more new material for 2018 because I have being busy at work in the studio and on various shows promoting my work and the continued preservation of Rocksteady music.”

The artiste said he has made links overseas and a growing fanbase but will remain humble, anticipating the international ‘buss’ will come in due time.

Jordan Mais is the lead singer for Jordan Mais & the Rebelistic band, which is a reggae/lovers rock/rock steady comprising of eight members.

Jordan and his band is set to give an electrifying performance at the upcoming staging of South Coast Rum Festival, on Saturday 4th, August 2018. South Coast Rum Festival is dub as the “ultimate rum, food & music festival and will be held in Portmore, St Catherine, Jamaica.

Paul Hyman – The Servant of God
31 May 2018

Born in St. Thomas on July 09, Paul Hyman began singing at school in 1989, emerging professionally in 1995. He was one of three singers in the now defunct Black by Design Band which was managed by Steven Ventura. His participation in the band was short lived as Paul was converted to Christianity in May of 2002, and so, became a Gospel singer.

He is inspired by the word of God (the Bible) and believes in His divine love, grace and mercy which is extended towards him every moment of every day. Paul’s first entrance into the music industry was in the late nineties, and he has been preparing for his breakthrough since. He has done a collaboration with Gospel artist Jermaine Gordon titled “By Your Love” which is featured on Jermaine’s debut album.

Paul has also been performing on various shows locally and is steadily building his fan base. The first track recorded was entitled “Christmas” by Black by Design and was recorded by Steven Ventura of Celestial Sounds. After his conversion, Paul, recorded two new singles entitled; “Wonderfully Made” and “Over You” for producer Alex Martin Blanken.

He has since re-recorded both of them which is set to be released soon. Other tracks include: Yahweh, Only Jesus, When Forever Comes, You are Awesome, Lord Almighty Reigns, New Jerusalem, Can’t Live Without You, and many more. His new single entitled “Let it Rain’ produced by Dwon Reid, has recently been released and is available in all major digital stores. He is currently working on a few more singles which will be released in quick succession.

Based on the overwhelming volume of songs that he currently has, you can be sure to look out for a new album in the very near future. His aspiration is that his music will be a source of strength, inspiration, guidance and upliftment to all, both Christians and non-Christians. Paul states “I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ, for I know that it is the power of God unto salvation

Jahunique aims to inspire with new single
19 May 2018

Budding reggae/dancehall artiste Jahunique is upbeat about his latest single, 'Know It From The Start'.

He said the track, released earlier this year, aims at encouraging peace and love within the nation.

"We need to broadcast only positive messages right now. A lot of misleading information is going around, and this song is clearing up or tackling some of them. Love is what we need right now, and I hope that this message will spread to the four corners of the earth," he said.

Jahunique, whose given name is Dwayne Archer, said his social consciousness evolved from the environment that ghetto life provides.

"I grew up in one of St Catherine's toughest inner cities, but I had the love and guidance of a powerful grandmother. From her, I developed a humble spirit, and I became devoted to helping others rise," he said.

The singjay said he developed a passion for music at an early age. He previously performed under the name Sata and would later enter the Tastee Talent Trail television show.

"My journey into the competition ended at the semi-finals when I did a controversial song which encouraged the nation to uplift women. One of the three judges heavily slammed the topic, saying Rastafarians should not be singing dancehall, even though the song's content was highly conscious," he said.

He would go on to perform at various local events, including A St Mary Me Come From and the Ocho Rios Seafood Festival.

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