December 13, 2019

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    For half a decade, Doncaster deejay Parly B has been a fixture of the UK and international sound system scene. His first album on Glasgow’s Scotch Bonnet Records, Lyrics Spree, builds on 2016’s EP 'This Is Digital’. 
     
     


     
    Blessed with a voice as deep as Bounty Killer’s, a crowing gimmick reminiscent of the great Dennis Alcapone and a bottomless bag of verbosity, Parly is the complete microphone talker. He rides a shopping trolley load of digital rhythms by likeminded producers – including Danny T & Tradesman, Stalawa, Interrupt and Mungo’s Hi Fi – ranging from upbeat celebratory skanks to sweltering body winds. 
     
     


    Tracks include the exuberant 80s vibes of the title tune, the brass-driven UK sound of You Mi A Look featuring fellow Mungo’s mic man Charlie P, and the moody reality chant Skylark. Lyrics Spree is infectious, verbally dexterous dancehall, spraying lyricism in your direction…
     
    releases November 23, 2018
     
     
     
     
     

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    Born In Spanish Town Jamaica, 26 Years of age we introduce you to Bamm Holt.

     

     

     

    Being the grandson of Legendary Reggae singer John Holt, Bamm has always been influenced by music since he can remember. He recalls singing on his Uncle's home made Sound System at the age 6 at a time when sounds use to clash.

     

    "One Thing" is a first song from new EP - A heavy Trap vs. Reggae track filled with sharp lyrics describing reality.

     

    The musical element of Reggae, Dancehall, and soft rap are the tools that helps create his own unique sound. While in the process of releasing his first EP at a time when new sounds are being discovered. He intends to make his own path in the music industry while still keeping the Holt legacy alive. 

     

     

     

     

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    In the Summer 2018, the Slovenian Reggae band Siti Hlapci for their 20th anniversary will be preparing a sweet Reggae-Soul-Rap treat in a form of an international music project. The band Siti Hlapci has formed a cooperation with Jamaican super talents Italee Watson, Nadirah X, and Israel Voice. The whole idea was born in Kingston Jamaica 2017; where Tadiman,the lead vocalist of Siti Hlapci, performed shows with Italee and her crew (The Circle Of Brethren's). After his visit in Jamaica, Tadiman hosted Italee on her Summer Tour of 2017 performing together on many shows and platform in Slovenia and Austria.

     

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    The excitement of Slovenian and Austrian audience for the Reggae-Soul singer, who performed on the Multi Platinum album "Hot Shot" selling million of copies with well known artist Shaggy and played with him on the biggest stages around the world. As part of the line up we will also be featuring Nadirah X, who is a outstanding talent, one of the most known Hip Hop artists from Jamaica.

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    Nadirah X has worked and performed on world stages with vocalist Dave Stewart (Eurythmics) and has done recording with artists like Mick Jagger, Annie Lennox, Sly & Roobie, Jimmy Cliff, Madbone (Parliament) and many others.

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    Accompanying Italee will be the dancer Taiye Wilson, strutting her elegance and "Riddims" to the Reggae beats.

    On my first trip to Kingston Jamaica, while hanging out with Earl ''Chinna" Smith from (Inna Di Yard) I met the artist Israel Voice. He will present his music and unique style to our project. Israel Voice is one of the most interesting upcoming male voices in the new reggae generation music. The Project will be open in different combinations between 25th June and 12th August 2018.

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    Jeo Da Dancer
    ‘Jeo’ born Jevonnie Flemming came dancing into the world on the 24 th of January in 1991. He was born in Brooklyn and is the by product of parents who were dancers in their youth and in the arts, this exposure to all things rhythmic marinated in his veins as early as age 2. Displaying interest in music and dance the inspiration that had the most impact on him was The King of Pop, Michael Jackson. Jeo would spend hours practicing, learning routines and then publically showing off his moves at school, dance parties, and showcases as he matured from a young artist into a professional dancer and Choreographer. One of Jeo's other nicknames is also The Dancehall King of Pop. His most memorable career highlight was performing on Amateur Night at the World Famous Apollo Theatre, rocking the crowd and walking away with 1st place. From dance competitions, talent shows and more, Jeo has consistently took home the top prizes, earning cash and trophies. Although his success seemed evident, it was almost derailed early in 2012, Jeo was involved in an incident that left him hospitalized with a wired jaw. Still persevering, Jeo continued to take his craft seriously and trained even harder to over come any obstacle that came his way. Overcoming the odds and keeping his dreams in front of him Jeo, now older and more mature had to find a way sustain himself as a young man and find his own path.
     

    Teaching dance was an outlet and has always been somewhat fluent to Jeo, especially having younger siblings and coming from a creative household. His younger sister, also an established Dancehall Queen, was his first protégé and main student. Teaching and becoming a teaching artist allowed Jeo’s unique style and ability to blend different techniques from street jazz, to hip hop to dance hall to salsa made him a very sought after choreographer.
     

    Presently, JEO the Dancer aka Jeo Da Dancer" has appeared and choreographed hundreds of music videos to date. With an ever increasing resume under his belt he has his sights to do more internationally. He's multifaceted he writes lyrics, deejay, raps, acting chops and is currently the host of his own television segment called ‘Dancers Corner’. In his own words he says ‘I see my self reaching far in the music industry and also going down in history sharing the love that I have with all people in the world.
     
     
    Find out more about the artist on his official Facebook page: Jeo Da Dancer

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    Latest edition from roots reggae selector Bramma Shanti. 

    Bramma Roots Vol.2

    Living as a selector/engineer in Jamaica, Bramma Shanti stays up to the time with what is new in roots reggae music, providing a showcase for the new generation of roots reggae artists. New roots vibrations features brand new reggae from Ken Booth, Spiritual, Glen Washington, Fari Di Future and more. - KNG2LA

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