Monthly archive November, 2017

Yaadcore Greets Fari DiFuture: Farmer Man West Coast Tour

Yaadcore Greets Fari DiFuture: Farmer Man West Coast Tour

Yaadcore and Fari Di Future On US Tour

This week Yaadcore and his artist, Fari DiFuture will embark on a West Coast US Tour. This 8 city promotional tour will introduce Fari DiFuture, an East Coast artist with a rapidly growing fan base to new fans on the West Coast.  The first stop is Seattle Washington, where the artist will link up with another rising artist Keznamdi, whose “Bridging The Gap” EP is receiving rave reviews and the “Irie Lights” band. Along the tour route, Fari DiFuture will also perform alongside Israel Vibration, Roots Radics and King Ivier.  More Information On This US Tour After The Jump…

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PREMIERE: Mavado “Mama” Official Music Video

PREMIERE: Mavado "Mama" Official Music Video

The Gully Gaad Shows Love For Mama Africa

Mavado’s track on JA Productions’ Lighthouse riddim shows a side of the Gully Gad that he doesn’t usually choose to reveal. “Mi never left you in the board house on the Gully, me take you out,” he sings to his mother, recalling the humble beginnings he overcame when he became a Starbwoy. But the song’s official music video—which BOOMSHOTS proudly premieres today—reveals another level to the song. “It was just the right thing to do, filming in Africa for a song called ‘Mama,'” says Mavado, “since Mama Africa is mother to us all.” During a recent tour of the motherland, Mavado’s team captured these powerful visuals. “For me the riddim is close to my heart because it is dedicated to my son,” says producer Justus of JA Productions. “The video is very special as well as it was my first trip to mama Africa and we shot it on my 30th birthday, which also happened to fall on Mother’s Day.” Plenty of reggae artists makes songs bigging up their mother, but this song and video take the concept to another level. “We don’t care who no like me,” he sings. “Them is not God almighty.” Video After The Jump… Read more »

WATCH THIS: Fari Di Future’s “Farmer Man” Plows Into Politics with Powerfully Poignant Video

WATCH THIS: Fari Di Future’s “Farmer Man” Plows Into Politics with Powerfully Poignant Video

Who Want To Plant The Corn?

It is WellKlear how far Fari DiFuture’s eyes see clearly. A world where tourism and “Big Pharma” Trump livity and the “little farmer” forwards a future filled with endless drama. The second-generation musician born Kemani Powell is using his artistic voice to write a history that will see this coming adversity transformed. The momentum of that great oak grows within the acorn of his “Farmer Man” song. More than a mere lip professor with livid lyrics, he lives it, as agriculture is an aspect of his art of life, not just an aspect of his artistic artifacts. With the recent release of the “Farmer Man” video, Fari DiFuture is positioned to propagate his pro-preservation mission in a Yaadcore, Cooreville Gardens fashion. Since its debut, the clip has garnered its gardener tens of thousands of views as watchers walk in farmers’ shoes. Video & Reasoning After The Jump… Read more »

HEAR THIS: Popcaan “Family”

HEAR THIS: Popcaan "Family"

Unruly Boss Don’t Trust No Bwoy Or Gyal

Andrae Sutherland is a family man. That includes his mom and dad, grandma, brothers, sisters, youths, as well as the “real real bredda dem” who know how struggle feel. “Can’t trick me and kill me,” Popcaan sings over this warm-and-easy bubbler, “No way, you mussi bloodclaat mad!” Delly Ranks’ full “Cotton Swab Riddim” drops on iTunes November 17. In the meantime hold on to this one. Audio After The Jump…
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