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.
Denzil White takes a break from his soulful R&B songs and taps into his Guyanese heritage for the island-infused tune, "Get To You."
Today (July 1st) London-based Reggae/Ska band They Say Jump release their new broody single "Twilight." Featured on the band’s forthcoming Lift Your Mood EP, the song is a mellow reincarnation of the band’s trademark electro-meets-reggae vibe.
Produced by REO, the song features the classic reggae rhythm, but also mixes in some classic soul as well with the James Brown "I Feel Good" sample for an infectious summer groove.
Reggae singer/songwriter and producer Heather Flowerz gives Singersroom the premiere of her new single “Bite The Bullet” a powerful stance about loving yourself first, so that no one will treat you less than what you deserve, leaving you to “bite the bullet.”
British singer/songwriter Jay Sean recruits Jamaican artist Sean Paul for "Make My Love Go," his first major release since his split from Cash Money and signing with Sony.
Rising indie star Sade Serena drops another island-infused record in the form of "Daylight," a record produced by Italian Andrea Carax. On the groovy tune, led by a smooth reggae bassline, the singer/songwriter coos passion filed lyrics and melodies about the sweetness of her current love. "Daylight is about being completely infatuated with someone. It's the part of the relationship [More]
Toronto-based producer Grandtheft showcases his finesse on his new EP Quit this City, one of the albumâs tracks âPoliticsâ is one of those and features Keron "Kabaka Pyramid" Salmon. The song sets the tone for a new sound with a potent message, addressing the stagnant growth in Jamaica...
Sade Serena taps into her island roots for the vibing, lullaby offering, "Do what You Want." On the sultry, island-infused gem, the singer-songwriter gives her man the green light access to her heart.
OMI's "Cheerleader" may become the summer's biggest smash. Currently No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart and the No. 1 song on iTunes, the Dancehall-coated record gets an urban lift...