“Unruly Boss” Popcaan covers FADER’s June/July 2014 Summer Music issue, where he speaks on his debut album, ‘Where We Come From.’
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Snoop Lion and Miley Cyrus come together for a reggae-influenced “Ashtrays and Heartbreaks.”
Snoop Lion (Snoop Dogg) is all about the peace and non-violence on his new single, “No Guns Allowed,” which features Drake and Snoop’s daughter, Cori B.
Watch: Tifa’s “Champion Bubbler” Video Tributes Jamaica’s Female Boxers, Sparks Homophobic Reactions
Dancehall princess Tifa tributes Jamaica’s female boxers with new video for “Champion Bubbler,” directed by Andy Capper, and sparks some homophobic reactions.
Popcaan links up with Jamaican motorcycle crew, Crazy Bikerz, for his Dre Skull-produced “So We Do It” official video, filmed on location in Kingston.
Diplo teams back up with photographer Shane McCauley for a new zine series entitled ‘Blow Your Head.’ Each volume of Blow Your Head explores a different country and musical genre. The first, Dancehall, takes us to Jamaica — Trenchtown to be exact — where they document the most cutting-edge music and dance with candid photographs.
Earlier last month reggae artist Popcaan released the official video for “The System,” an epic, conscious tune backed by Dre Skull’s “Loudspeaker Riddim.” Filmed in Kingston, Jamaica, Popcaan lyrically depicts the trials and struggles of ghetto youth in the face of “the system.”
Dancehall producer Dre Skull has just dropped his latest riddim Kling Klang as a 6-track EP today on Mixpak! Recorded in Kingston, Jamaica earlier this year, Dre reconnected with heavyweights Beenie Man and Popcaan for Kling Klang, both of whom just hopped on his ‘Loudspeaker Riddum.’
Dancehall king Beenie Man has delivered visuals for “Hot Like Fire,” a Loudspeaker Riddim collaboration with Brooklyn producer Dre Skull.
Brooklyn producer Dre Skull has given Boogat’s “El Hueso” a hot dancehall mashup over Poirier’s Loudspeaker Riddim Refix.