Thursday, June 11, 2009

Gaza or Gully

the on going fued from Vybz Kartel and Mavado is the young bennie man and bounty killa beef said from dancehall lisnters. Some people say that vybz kartel show why he is the called the teacher and others say Mavado shows the real meaning of gully. I feel that Vybz Kartel is the better artist because his lyrics are off the chart.

What would become of Dancehall without the feud? My answer to that is boring, less stage shows would be held, dub plates would not be in demand, Reggae's best one night show on earth Sting would definitely lose its audience, the news paper and online magazines wouldn't have much juicy stories to publish.

Dancehall went on a go slow in the earlier part of this year when the Broadcasting Commission announced that all songs with the word Daggering, edited or insight violence against another should be removed from the airwaves, TV and local Cable stations. However, a few months later dancehall was back on track courtesy of the Alliance and The Portmore Empire. Therefore, from my understanding the feud is necessary in the dancehall from once the artistes keep it lyrically.

P.S. Which of the two Gs yuh shouting Gaza or Gully? Tell me what you think

who is on top????

the vet addi di teacher aka Vybz Kartel is killing the charts with his hit "money pon mi mind" on the good life riddim while elephant man comes in number 2 with Alli-Lu-Ya and his lyeical rivial mavado trails in number 3 and 9 with again and again and high ana.
This week there are three new entries, which includes Vybz Kartel's Swear Jah at #20, Tifa's Spell It Out at #19 and Vybz Kartel again with Completely ft. Hindu at #18

TW means This Week, LW means Last Week and WOC means Weeks on Chart
TW - LW - WOC Artiste Name ----- Song Title

01 - 03 - (08) Vybz Kartel Mind Pon Mi Money'

02 - 01 - (11) Elephant Man - 'Alli-Lu-Ya'

03 - 02 - (13) Mavado - 'Again & Again'

04 - 05 - (09) Charly Blacks - 'Rich Dis Year'

05 - 09 - (08) Mr. Vegas - 'I am Blessed'

06 - 07 - (07) Jah Vinci 'Watch Your Friends'

07 - 04 - (12) Vybz Kartel 'Get Wild'

08 - 06 - (14) Mavado 'I'm So Blessed'

09 - 12 - (07) Mavado - 'High-Unda'

10 - 13 - (05) Spragga Benz - 'Tiny Tot'

11 - 11 - (07) Elephant Man - God Bless'

12 - 09 - (13) Vybz Kartel - 'Last Man Standing'

13 - 14 - (06) Vybz Kartel - 'Mama'

14 - 15 - (04) Jah Vinci 'Mek Some Money'

15 - 16 - (03) Tarrus Riley ft Konshens - 'Good Girl Gone Bad'

Wednesday, June 10, 2009

The dancehall legend Sizzla Kalonji.

The legend Sizzla has been around since the 80`s he been droping hit after hit some people talk about many things but he talks about things he really been thrugh and his real thoughts and feelings such as drugs, guns, and "slackness" Formally adopting the Rastafari faith, with its no-holds-barred advocacy of repatriation, slavery reparations and the use of ganja, he joined the ranks of the Bobo Ashanti in the mid-1990s.

sizzla tends to say his music is a vehicle for his message ince he cant go all over the world and talk to everyone he let his voice vibrate thru the air waves and let people relate to him.
Jermaine Fagan, the same man who gave Buju Banton his first break, introduced Sizzla to top Jamaican saxophonist Dean Fraser, the musical director for Philip "Fatis" Burrell's Xterminator Family. 1996 marked an important turning point for Sizzla when he began working with Fatis.[3] This union led to a run of successful singles and the release of Sizzla's debut album, Burning Up.[3]

The two allied again a year later with the follow-up, Praise Ye Jah. Praise Ye Jah was quickly trumped by his release of the Dixon-produced Black Woman & Child that same year. The title track was a smash hit and became something of a cultural reggae anthem. Sizzla scored several more hits during 1997, including "Like Mountain," "Babylon Cowboy," "Kings of the Earth," and the Luciano duet "Build a Better World." This hot streak kicked off an enormously productive recording binge that lasted over the next several years, with much of his output still done for Burrell.

Along with universal praise came Sizzla's first nomination for Best International Reggae Artist of the Year at the 1998 MOBO Awards and a place in various magazines' top 100 albums of the year. Sizzla has since released several dozen albums, including 1998's Kalonji and Royal Son of Ethiopia from 1999. 1999 also saw him receive his second MOBO nomination. Sizzla remains a constant presence in the reggae charts worldwide. Currently, Sizzla has 21 albums that have made it onto the Billboard's Top Reggae Albums music chart, the highest Words of Truth, reaching the peak position of #5
Alliance member Bling Dawg hits back at Vybz Kartel calling him names such as f**king monkey and styled Di Teach as a drug addict in his new single called "Answer Bawse".

On this track you can hear the anger in Bling Dawg's voice especially when he spits lines such as "ecstasy pill a dat a turn yuh inna gay king," --- "Chat bout yuh friend whe seh dem bad wid nipple piercing," --- pure man c*cky mi hear yuh commentating about, wi affi mek rifle rotate inna mouth. check it out at

D`angel robbed of over $400,000

The First Lady aka D'Angel's clothing store located in the famous Princeville Plaza was broke into by three armed men early this morning who took off with cash, clothes, handbags, shoes, accessories and other items that valued over $400,000. gets to understand that the men entered the store about 10:30 a.m. - they immediately advanced towards the clerk, tied her up before she could get a chance to press the security buzzer.

D'Angel told, "Right now I am so happy that my clerk came through this ordeal safely, I can imagine how terrified she felt as I have been through this situation a few years back. But from God is with you no weapon that rise against you shall prosper."

The matter was reported to the Constant Spring Police Station

Tuesday, June 9, 2009

movado "the real MCcoy"

Mavado, aka Gully God, is a Jamaican dancehall artist. He was raised in an area known as "Cuba", a micro ghetto within the heart of Kingston, Jamaica's Cassava Piece community. The community was considered dangerous and Mavado was exposed to many different things in his youth. Mavado had two major influences in his life that made him want to pursue a career in music. His grandmother who raised him, brought him to church with her each Sunday, and this helped to ignite his love for music. What kept the flame burning was his second influence in his music; his idol, and current labelmate Bounty Killer.
Bounty Killer and legendary dancehall manager Griffith began to take Gully God under their wing and showed him the ropes of the music business. Gully God &[ Matthew Samuels] (Assistant Manager) met the Daseca Production Crew in 2004, and recorded his debut single "Real McKoy" over the Anger Management Riddim, which in turn made him a sensation in Jamaican dancehall music. His next single brought him more mainstream success, and outside of Jamaica people began to notice him. In 2006, the single "Weh dem a Do" (recorded over the Red Bull and Guinness Riddim) got major airplay worldwide on radio stations such as New York's WQHT (Hot 97). Gully God continued to pursue his musical interest despite turbulence in his personal life including the murder of his father and numerous run-ins with the authorities. His debut album Gangsta for Life: The Symphony of David Brooks, includes "Fathers Prayer", "Cassava Piece Radio", "Sadness", "Gully Side", and much more. He signed a deal with VP Records and released his debut album in July 2007. A slimmed down and remixed version of "Real McKoy" was featured in the fourth Grand Theft Auto IV trailer entitled "Everyone's a Rat". "Real McKoy" was also used in the Grand Theft Auto IV in-game radio station, Massive B Soundsystem. Recently, Jay-Z was featured on Mavado's track "I'm On The Rock" bringing his acclaim to even greater heights and his music to a wider audience. In 2008, he appeared on Terminate on Sight by G-Unit, in a song called "Let It Go". Mavado was on Digicel's Rising Stars with the new sensation "KHALIL" on September 21, 2008. Mavado has an ongoing rivalry with the Jamaican Dancehall artist, Vybz Kartel. However, inside sources tell us that it seems to be the surface of the matter.On the inside, they seem to have an ongoing relationship. As a result, the Jamaican fans are very confused as to what their actual position is. Mavado seems to have greatly influenced the career of rival Vybz Kartel who originally was a deejay (Jamaican rapper) but now seems to have (since lately) switched to singing and trying to put melody to his rhymes , a style dubbed as singjay in Reggae music. In addition to high demand for shows in USA, Mavado has made appearances on high profile events such as BET's Rip The Runway in February 2009. Jamal "Gravy" Woolard, star of Notorious movie, flew back with Mavado to Jamaica in February 2009 to record some tracks after meeting him in New York after confessing that he was a big fan of Mavado and was impressed with his music.

up and comig busy signal

Busy Signal, is an artist from St Anns Bay Jamaica. Known as one of the artists leading the contemporary Dancehall movement, Busy Signal has been a large part of the scene since 2003. His poetic lyrics in his first hit single, "Step Out," made it one of the most popular Dancehall songs in 2005. A music video of Step Out was released shortly afterwards.

He was nicknamed Busy Signal by his friends because of the fact that he is constantly busy. His hit tracks for 2007/2008 were Nah Go A Jail Again, "Smoke Some High Grade", "TIC TOC" and the crazy track ripping the charts entitled Unknown Number has made tremendous airplay and dancehall reviews especially in the Caribbean and the U.S. He has released a hit dancehall album entitled "Step Out.

On The September 22, 2008, Busy Signal released his second studio album titled Loaded, a 15 track compilation of from Vp Records of well known dancehall hits such as Jail, Whine Pon Di Edge, These are the days among others as well as never heard before exclusive tracks such as People So Evil, Hustle Hard etc.

Busy Signal is also known as one of the most prominent artiste of the Bounty Killer lead alliance along with Mavado, Roderick (ROD) Douglas, Wayne Marshall and Bling Dawg. He was once at odds with fellow dancehall artiste Aidonia where both exchange lyrical words but that didn't materialize in a clash. Later in 2008 dancehall artiste Vybz Kartel produces various "dis tracks" aimed at Busy Signal and other alliance members, Busy responded with a few tracks you can check it out at