Grammy Kid Koffee Named MasterCard Brand Ambassador In Jamaica

Koffee’s accolades continue to grow in an era when the music industry is getting decimated by the Coronavirus pandemic. In January this year, Koffee became the youngest reggae/dancehall act to win a Grammy award when she picked up a trophy for Best Reggae Album for her debut project, Rapture. Copping a Grammy helped elevate her profile on the international scene, and since then, its been a never-ending streak of wins for the young reggae star.

Rhea Layne Talks New Song 'Sweet Tooth' 

What’s the story behind ‘Sweet Tooth'?
Well the song is a fun and sexy story about a woman who finds a guy really attractive and how he makes her feel ahaha and I started writing it a couple years ago but finished it... read more

Lesley Seale Talks Art, Dance & COVID-19  

My name is Lesley Seale and I am a visual artist and also a member of the Multifarious Dance Crew.

What's new with Lesley Seale?

Well, let's start from early this year when I began to work at an establishment where I knew I didn't want to stay because it was a means to an end, a place holder until I could work at the NIFCA Art Exhibition once again. Then, the COVID-19 pandemic arose and quickly halted my plans for the year. Due to some serious complications with the job I made the decision ... read more

Shaquille GFG Talks ‘Own Ting’ & Releasing Music During COVID-19   

What’s the story about ‘Own Ting’?
In terms of the minor details it was written by myself (Shaquille), produced by Jus D and mixed and mastered by Jus D. It’s actually on a riddim called the Inside Out Riddim and there are about 3-4 other songs on the riddim as a well.


The concept behind the song ‘Own Ting’ is really and truly…. read more 

 

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