WATCH THIS: Stylo G & Chip “Dash Out” Video PREMIERE

The Wait Is Over! Brand New Supm Is Here Straight from London to Your Laptop

You already know the tune is bad bad bad. But you best prepare yourself, because the video is maad. With a title like “Dash Out” you know this one is all about the girls—and naughty boys who want a lil’ supm-supm. “Hey Chip, you know we deal with de gal dem hardcore, we nah have no pity,” Stylo states off the top. “Zero percent,” Chip replies. And then the madness begins. While a crazy Time Takers beat kicks into overdrive, Stylo and Chip start barking out orders: “Gal wine pon yuh headtop, dash out the supm.” In case you’re still having difficulty, watching this sexy clip should clarify everything. Video Premiere After the Jump
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INTERVIEW: Reasoning With Stylo G

Stylo Tells The ReggaeGirlAboutTown All About “Dash Out”

In the midst of all London Olympics madness, Boomshots UK Correspondent Reshma B caught up with Stylo G at the Puma Yard in London’s Brick Lane, where he and his bredren Stamma Kid were set to perform. The Jamacican-born UK artist told the ReggaeGirlAboutTown all about his future projects, including his hot new single with Chip, “Dash Out.” The sexy new “Dash Out” music video will premiere on later today. In the meantime check out the reasoning with Reshma B. Video interview after the jump…
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Judge Denies Buju’s Request For A New Trial

Judge Denies Buju's Request For A New Trial

The Gargamel’s Troubles Continue As His Legal Team’s Request For A Retrial Is Shut Down

A federal judge has denied reggae Buju Banton’s request for a new trial stating there’s no need due to a previous appeals court ruling. Read more »

HEAR THIS: Lady Leshurr “Lego”

The Best Spitter In the UK Rips Grime, Garage, and Drum & Bass Beats. It’s a Brummy Fing, Innit?

If you ain’t heard of her already then note the name. From up norf in BUR-MING-UM (Birmingham) UK, The pint-sized lady was the only female repping on the Bass culture discussion which panel explored the influence of reggae on the UK underground scene. “Sorry I weren’t around during that time” she told the panel moderator, former Steel Pulse member Mykaell Riley, when he asked her about something all them years back. Of course she don’t, but the young lady who got her earliest inspiration from Sister Nancy sure knows how to spit. Her take on Chris Brown and Busta’s “Look At Me Now”  has notched half a million views—and props from Nicki Minaj among others. Now she says she’s ready to battle Busta! Read more »