Half of the rap sensation dup Rae Sremmurd, Swae Lee soaks up the solo life with the release of his newest single, "Guatemala." The crooner doesn't leave his other half and brother Slim Jxmmi too far behind as Jxmmi lends his vocals to the island infused track. "Guatemala," produced by Mally Mal, is said to be part 2 of the summer 17 [More]
Tiffany Bynoe's new single, "Don’t Judge Me, Just Love Me," will arrive at digital outlets on October 20th, 2017, but she's sharing the record early.
To celebrate the forthcoming release of his new EP, Rotimi debuted his new single entitled “Want More” feat. Dancehall superstar Kranium. The new track is the embodiment of summer vibes with its Afrobeat/Reggae feel.
Another summer of reggae-infused R&B seems to be up on us! Days after announcing his next single, "Privacy," which has hints of dancehall lyrics and melodies, Chris Brown deals a remix of Jamaican star Konshen's international hit, "Bruk Off Yuh Back." For his part, the Grammy-winner showcases his island slang in addition to giving his soulful take of the dancehall [More]
Nigerian-born singer Ayo Jay is ready to take over U.S. radio, again. The rising star follows up his smash single "Your Number" with two newbies: "Want You" and "The Vibe."
HoodCelebrityy (b. Tina Pinnock) combined trap music and reggae/dancehall for her new single "The Takeover," a single from her debut mixtape Can't Believe It's Just A Girl due out later this spring.
No stranger to a hit record and a killer melody, having written and produced for a number of acts including WSTRN, Aloe Blacc, Lil Jon, Krishane and Sean Kingston to name just a few, Will Simms stepped out from behind the scenes to offer his debut track, the explosive Chariot (feat. Stylo G) last month.
"Magic" is featured on Christopher Martin's debut forthcoming album. "Big Deal" (Stream/Download). He is one of Jamaica's most in-demand singers since winning 2005's Digicel's Rising Stars (the island's top televised show equivalent of American Idol), the current face of KFC's campaign across The Caribbean and best friends with Olympian record-breaking winner Usain Bolt. He is a BIG DEAL and has [More]
Jamaican/Canadian singer Kreesha Turner takes a stab at the Lip Service Riddim with the brand new song, ' Will Be Here.' The track, which serves as a promo for a new cosmetic line, was released in Canada and Trinidad.
Indie R&B artist Em Young links up with Jamaican reggae star Serani for the bouncy, dancehall tune, "Back In Love." "Can we fall back in love again / How we used to be," ask Young on the catchy hook produced by Ty Fyffe and written by Josh Xantus.