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    Jahkno!
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    Some say dem a run place,
    Nuff get erase cyah replace,
    My dawgs watch di road, yeah yeah, alrite

    Some say dem hardcore, I’ve seen it all before,
    One more body drop dung pon floor, I’ve seen it all before
    Two fren a par shot fire skull bore, I’ve seen it all before
    Prison an’ morgue cyah hol’ nuttin’ more I’ve seen it all before.

    Some a tek up badness pon street eh, man been dere done dat
    Screw face cyah frighten we yeah, man been dere done dat
    An’ bare lip service when yuh see dem, badness nuh mek outa tuff chat
    An all di hype dem a hype dem nuh frighten we because
    Man been dere done dat

    Some likkle jus come jus born, see dem a trace so dem gwan
    Time dem a waste betta dem jus calm
    An’ mi nuh work affa people fi function, alrite
    Dawg mi see dis every day, nuff pretend to be something dat their not,
    One likkle piece a cheese ketch di rat so dem run inna death trap, alrite

    Some say dem hardcore, I’ve seen it all before,
    One more body drop dung pon floor, I’ve seen it all before
    Two fren a par shot fire skull bore, I’ve seen it all before
    Prison an’ morgue cyah hol’ nuttin’ more I’ve seen it all before.

    Some a tek up badness pon street eh, man been dere done dat
    Screw face cyah frighten we yeah, man been dere done dat
    An’ bare lip service when yuh see dem, badness nuh mek outa tuff chat
    An all di hype dem a hype dem nuh frighten we because
    Man been dere done dat

    Nowadays tings aint di same same
    Nuff a dem sick in dem brain brain
    Man a tek life everyday fi claim fame
    Some a di don dem a switch an’ change lane
    Alrite, mi neva know
    Say mi woulda born an’ grow fi see tings like dis
    Now mi know, say di smaller yuh keep yuh circle
    Dat a less risk
    Yute gwan aim fi yuh goal and strive ina life
    Fi di tings yuh achieve
    Keep it straight an’ positive some a dem, nah practice wah dem preach
    One day change mus come haffi learn how fi stan’ firm pon yuh feet
    A nuh everybody yuh fi watch nor folla cah some n’have no weh a reach

    Some say dem hardcore, I’ve seen it all before,
    One more body drop dung pon floor, I’ve seen it all before
    Two fren a par shot fire skull bore, I’ve seen it all before
    Prison an’ morgue cyah hol’ nuttin’ more I’ve seen it all before.

    Some a tek up badness pon street eh, man been dere done dat
    Screw face cyah frighten we yeah, man been dere done dat
    An’ bare lip service when yuh see dem, badness nuh mek outa tuff chat
    An all di hype dem a hype dem nuh frighten we because
    Man been dere done dat

    #150987
    Jahkno!
    Keymaster

    Music Video by Busy Signal performing ‘Juvie Slow Down’ (Official Music Video). Produced by Digi Vybz Records.

    #150586
    Jahkno!
    Keymaster

    Debbie Bissoon goes Beyond The Stage with Busy Signal- Part 4

    #150585
    Jahkno!
    Keymaster

    Debbie Bissoon goes Beyond The Stage with Busy Signal- Part 3

    #150584
    Jahkno!
    Keymaster

    Debbie Bissoon goes Beyond The Stage with Busy Signal- Part 2

    #150582
    Jahkno!
    Keymaster

    Debbie Bissoon goes Beyond the Stage with International Dancehall artiste Busy Signal – Part 1

    Jahkno!
    Keymaster

    Stylo- yo this mad
    Ajji – yo stylo, don’t know why dem mek we link up on one track inna iyah!
    Stylo- wul heap a sittin now innu

    (Stylo)
    Live fi di summer
    Benz man a drive fi di summer Woa!!!!
    Fly fi di summer
    Gal a open wide fi di summer soooo!

    (AJJI)
    Live fi di summer gal a come a say she ready fi di Pipe
    Mi di Plummer
    Pan di highway X5 she siddung a
    Play wid ting
    wah climb fi mi tower!

    (Stylo)
    ajji mi have a new style
    Pocket full a money pan 2 side
    Open di Benz sun roof wide
    Gal a say she wah gi me 2 child

    (Ajji)
    Yo stylo We do we ting we nuh 2 watchman
    Di new black van a dat mi use and move Roxanne
    Put har pan di white sheet like a klu Klox kan
    She woulda tell u mi nuh dead a mussi tu pac fan

    (Stylo)
    Ajji di rim spin like a windmill
    Mi deh Inna di club dawg bring mil
    Ice pan mi neck mek mi skin chill
    teach some boy like Dintill

    (Ajji)
    Dem a talk and dem gal a link mi fi di sweet hood mi dweet good
    Mi nuh ride horse Clint Eastwood
    Mi pick her up a grandspen she wah sea food
    Mi fuck it over Hellahire she deeven see food
    Rude!

    Ajji)
    Live fi di summer
    Benz man a drive fi di summer Woa!!!!
    Fly fi di summer
    Gal a open wide fi di summer soooo!

    (AJJI)
    Live fi di summer gal a come a say she ready fi di Pipe
    Mi di Plummer
    Pan di highway X5 she siddung a
    Play wid ting
    wah climb fi mi tower!

    (Busy)
    If a U.S a grand five fi the kicks
    Seven bills fi the pants
    Shirt mek a italy
    Glasses a France
    Man a roll the bankroll buss rubber bands
    Bitcoin plus stocks and Bonds!
    Stylo Jenna!

    Everyday we hustling fi di Bread
    Fuck wid the food yo get a shot in a head
    Real dawg we never link wid di feds
    Everyday we have a Hotta gal in a bed

    Woa Woa Woa
    Gal dem inna shorts and a mek di ting show
    Ice pan mi neck Just a glisten and glow
    Jrena Stylo yo a this dem fi know!

    (Stylo)
    Live fi di summer
    Benz man a drive fi di summer Woa!!!!
    Fly fi di summer
    Gal a open wide fi di summer soooo!

    (AJJI)
    Live fi di summer gal a come a say she ready fi di Pipe
    Mi di Plummer
    Pan di highway X5 she siddung a
    Play wid ting
    wah climb fi mi tower!

    (Stylo)
    Motorcade like politician
    Ammunition
    Black tint pan di Whip and…
    Have dem gal Inna di party a model di thong
    Dem she jump Inna mi car and a goggle di Jon

    (Ajji)
    We nuh run back a man
    dawg a nuh so we tan
    Pool side wid yo gal but a nuh so we tan
    Money fast like ugo a dat a di plan
    Stylo mi have a vision mi have a mission !

    Stylo)
    But Ajji di rim spin like a windmill
    Mi deh Inna di club dawg bring mil
    Ice pan mi neck mek mi skin chill
    teach some boy like Dintill

    (Ajji)
    Dem a talk and dem gal a link mi fi di sweet hood mi dweet good
    Mi nuh ride horse Clint Eastwood
    Mi pick her up a grandspen she wah sea food
    Mi fuck it over Hellahire she deeven see food
    Rude!

    Ajji)
    Live fi di summer
    Benz man a drive fi di summer Woa!!!!
    Fly fi di summer
    Gal a open wide fi di summer soooo!

    (AJJI)
    Live fi di summer gal a come a say she ready fi di Pipe
    Mi di Plummer
    Pan di highway X5 she siddung a
    Play wid ting
    wah climb fi mi tower

    Ya Rabalac

    Yo Ajji dem nuh bad like we

    Warning

    Jahkno!
    Keymaster

    Rising artiste Ajji (formerly known as Ajrenalin) stopped by The Fix and talked rebranding, his new sizzling summer single “Live For The Summer” ft. Busy Signal and Stylo G, and being blackballed by dancehall figure heads for his perceived insults in his freestyles.

    #141983
    Jahkno!
    Keymaster

    Major Lazer – Jump (feat. Busy Signal) (Official Audio) June 2017

    #137935
    Jahkno!
    Keymaster

    JAH9 and Grammy-nominated band Raging Fyah are enjoying a boost in sales on this week’s Billboard Reggae album chart.

    Jah9’s sophomore set 9 —released in September last year and peaked at number five — moves from 35 to number 15. The set registered sales of 30 copies up from 14 copies the week before. To date, the album – released by VP Music Group — has sold 972 copies.

    Everlasting by Raging Fyah leaped from 27 to 13 with sales of 54 copies up from 21 the week before. Released in May last year,

    Everlasting had debuted at number two. The 13-track set features collaborations with Jesse Royal, J Boog and Busy Signal.

    To date, Everlasting has sold 1,289 copies.

    Elsewhere on the Billboard Reggae album chart, Rebelution’s Falling into Place continues to lead the pack at the top of the chart. It sold 893 copies over the past week after selling 205 copies the week before. Its sales figure to date stands at 32,385 copies.

    Last week’s number four entry, Transition by Jemere Morgan, saw an uptick in sales as it moves into the number two spot, selling 304 copies up from 132 the previous week. After two weeks, it has sold 436 copies.

    J Boog’s Wash House Ting tumbles from 2 to 3, even though it saw an increase in sales of 213 copies up from 164 the week before. Its sales to date stands at 4,135 copies.

    Stephen Marley’s Revelation Part II: The Fruit of Life shoots from nine to number four, selling 210 copies up from 88 the previous week. Released last July, the set has sold 11,182.

    Holding down the number five slot is Stick Figure’s Set in Stone which has fallen from number three. It sold 160 copies over the past week to bring its total to 24,321 copies.

    Hawaiian surfer Landon McNamara’s A Dollar Short, A Minute Late moves up a spot to number six, selling 154 copies. Since its release, the album has sold 1,147 copies.

    Slipping a notch down to number seven is Rebelution’s Live at Red Rocks, which sold 127 copies, while Bob Marley & The Wailers’ The Legend Live: Santa Barbara Country Bowl November 25, 1979 holds firm at number eight after selling 113 copies.

    Matisyahu’s Release the Bound (EP) rises four places to number nine, while Iration’s long-charting Hotting Up inches up a spot to number 10. To date, the latter has sold 17,889 copies.

    New York-based reggae outfit the Frightnrs fall from number six to number 11 with Nothing More to Say. The album has so far sold 5,019 copies.

    Double Up, the acoustic set from Iration, holds at number 12 to bring its total sales to 1,289, while the long-running Water for Your Soul by Joss Stone holds firm at number 14 with 48 copies sold over the past week. To date, Stone’s album has sold 36,445.

    via JamaicaObserver

    Jahkno!
    Keymaster

    After being without a United States visa for some time, dancehall artiste Busy Signal touched down in New York on Friday morning and he is expected to spend a few days there before returning to Jamaica.

    “Is a blessing. Most High, Jah, bless the Turf as usual. god get the most praise, God get all the praise inna the world from me,” the Nah go a Jail Again star said in a Facebook post.

    Busy Signal’s voluntary return to the US is another stage of his life which saw him being arrested at the Norman Manley International Airport in Jamaica in May 2012 on an extradition warrant. He was subsequently locked up in US federal prison for two months for absconding bail.

    Busy Signal was required to wait until after his two year probation run out before he could apply for a United States visa. But having received a visa recently, Busy Signal travelled to the US and made sure he posted photos and videos on social media to record the moment.

    “Guess who dem let in yah” Give thanks and praise to the most High Jah, give thanks to the US,” said Busy Signal while adding that it has been 15 years since his feet had touch that soil.

    Most requested artiste

    Carla Gullota, Busy Signal’s booking agent for Europe, told THE STAR that the artiste will spend a short time in the United States before returning to Jamaica. She said that he will then jet off to Europe where he will perform at 17 shows between January 28 and February 21.

    “He is very popular in Europe. He is one of the most requested artiste,” Gullota said, while adding that Busy has not been there since 2014.

    “He was needing a sabbatical. He wanted to concentrate on all the stress and trauma that he went through so he took a break,” she said.

    The European tour will see Busy going to countries such as Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden and Finland.

    “I am very happy for him. I promote him and for him for several years and I am around him during the good times and the bad times. This is the good times and we have to be happy for what is happening now,” she said.

    “Busy is special. Busy has a wonderful voice and a big talent and so he was deserving of a second chance,” Gullota said.

    via JamaicaStar

    #136985
    Jahkno!
    Keymaster

    Busy Signal – Go Again [6.3 Riddim] January 2017 produced by Nine Mind Entertainment (Trinidad) And Lenkey Records

    Jahkno!
    Keymaster

    Busy Signal – Go Again (6.3 Riddim) “2017 Soca” (Jamaica) Nine Mind Entertainment & Lenkey Records

    #120105
    Jahkno!
    Keymaster

    Africa has become one of dancehall music’s most vibrant markets, especially in the last five years. Among the artistes making a mark there is singer Darrio.

    Next week, the 29-year-old heads to the Motherland for his fourth visit. On October 7, he deejays Delus and Konshens perform in Juba in the Sudan.

    The following day, he and Delus are scheduled to perform at the Skyluxx Nightclub in Nairobi, Kenya.

    It is Darrio’s second trip to Africa this year, having worked in Kampala, Uganda in August.

    “Africa is a high-energy place, the people feel strongly about the music an’ Jamaican culture. Is definitely a different kinda love,” he told the Observer.

    The Trelawny-born vocalist first visited Africa in 2011 for gigs in Nairobi. He said dancehall has picked up considerably on the continent since then.

    “For me, is one of the places I feel love from early, so is important to return an’ keep current,” he said.

    Of his songs, Ungrateful, Girly Girly and Gal sit Down are most popular.

    Initially, Africans warmed to roots-reggae music. Leading lights like Marley, Tosh, Burning Spear and Jimmy Cliff championed the anti-colonial mood that swept the region during the 1970s and have enduring fan bases there.

    But in recent years, hardcore dancehall acts have been in demand by younger promoters and fans. Beenie Man, Elephant Man, Busy Signal, I-Octane and Konshens are just some of the acts who have performed in countries like South Africa, Uganda and Kenya.

    via JamaicaObserver

    #120069
    Jahkno!
    Keymaster

    Reggae artiste Jah Cure was given clearance to leave Trinidad and Tobago yesterday by Judge James Aboud after the singer settled an outstanding debt with a party promoter.

    According to the Trinidad and Tobago Guardian online, Jah Cure (given name is Siccature Alcock) and his legal team reappeared before the high court judge at the Hall of Justice in Port of Spain and informed the court that a settlement was made with Keevan Phillips of Sunshine Promotions.

    Jah Cure’s attorney Steven Singh said that his client agreed to pay Phillips US$2,500, in addition to the US$6,000 that was paid on Sunday night.

    Jah Cure was arrested on Sunday night, minutes after he completed a performance at the O2 Park in Chaguaramas.

    In July, dancehall deejay Busy Signal had a similar run-in with the law and was arrested by police before performing in Port of Spain. A promoter sought emergency court intervention for him not honouring a concert date which left the promoter US$37,000 in debt.

    Busy Signal negotiated an agreement with the authorities and was allowed to leave the country.

    via JamaicaObserver

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