Posts tagged "Baby Cham"

No Long Talk: Spice “The Dancehall Heiress”

No Long Talk: Spice "The Dancehall Heiress"

Whenever You Hear “Scorrrrnnnn Dem!” You Know The Deal

No long talk has been out of action for a bit but they live by the quotes: “If you’ve got nothing constructive to say, say nothing” / “Better to say nothing than chat shit.” And no long talk has their first female. And who better than the hottest female out right now, Spice! “Scorrrrnnnn Dem!” Ahead of the #MoreLife2016 show in London’s o2 Brixton Academy (alongside Tarrus Riley and Assassin aka Agent Sasco), Spice speaks to No Long Talk about her gospel beginnings to X-rated dancehall, almost quitting, why her daughter “does not know who Spice is”, whether dark skin hinders progression in showbiz, and the importance of social media. Audio & Video After The Jump.. Read more »

HEAR THIS: Junior Reid “Undeniable” Mixtape

HEAR THIS: Junior Reid "Undeniable" Mixtape

Junior Reid drop Undeniable mixtape with remixes of his hottest Hip-Hop collabs

“Undeniable” is the official Junior Reid mixtape brought to you by The Wu World Wide DJ Coalition mixed by their own selector “DJ Flipcyide”. The collection includes some of Junior Reid’s major collaborations with popular artists Fabolous, Bun B, Swizz Beats, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Alicia Keys, and more. Born as Delroy “Junior” Reid, the roots reggae artist made a name for himself as the lead singer for Grammy award-winning band Black Uhuru. As an independent vocalist, Junior Reid has enjoyed crossover success with songs “One Blood” with The Game and “This Is Why I’m Hot” alongside rapper Mims and Jamaican emcee Cham. “Undeniable” is a fitting title considering the artist’s elaborate roster of top tracks. This collection of greatest hits is exemplary of his latest work with mainstream talent in Hip-Hop, Reggae, and R&B. Reid’s undeniable voice and signature chant is synonymous with over 30 years of Dub music and culture. Audio after the jump… Read more »

WATCH THIS: Cham ft. Damian Marley “Fighter” Official Music Video

WATCH THIS: Cham ft. Damian Marley "Fighter" Official Music Video

Show Me The Light, And Mek It Shine Bright

Anytime Cham and Dave Kelly connect, they’re going to make a big tune. But when Cham and the Stranger link with Gongzilla? Now that’s history in the making. We’ve been all over this song “Fighter” since it first dropped, but today the visuals were premiered over at Hova’s site, Life & Times. (Now that’s how you roll out a big project.) Love the image of the two Damians playing chess—and making big moves. #Kings. Show them the light.
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HEAR THIS: Wayne Marshall ft. Ace Hood, Baby Cham, Waka Flocka “Go Harder”

HEAR THIS: Wayne Marshall ft. Ace Hood, Baby Cham, Waka Flocka "Go Harder"

Certified Boomshot Off The Tru Colors EP, Dropping Today

Looks like the Ghetto Youths crew have been going extra hard this month, releasing the fruits of their labour. Hot on the heels of Christopher Ellis’s Better Than Love EP  comes Wayne Marshall’s Tru Colors EP, which officially hits the streets today. The movement is large and the hard work sure is paying off as Tru Colors is another outstanding piece of work that’s sure to stay in heavy rotation on your playlist until the full album drops in early 2014. Produced by Damian Marley, the EP includes Marshall’s latest certified boomshot, a remix of the dancehall posse cut “Go Hard,” this time aptly renamed “Go Harder” and featuring Ace Hood, Baby Cham & Waka Flocka. It’s a whole next episode in the saga. Audio & Video After The Jump…

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A Warm Jamaican Christmas Time

Just Seven Days Left To Download Your Madhouse Collectors’ Box Set

“Where there is no snow, where the good sensimilla grow.” It’s no surprise that Wayne Wonder and Baby Cham made the best dancehall Christmas song ever—after all, it was a Madhouse production. If you’re looking to party all the night away this holiday season, you might want to download this mega Madhouse Collectors’ Box Set. For just $49 supm you get 27 different titles—most of them full albums, including classic Madhouse riddims like the Pepperseed, Action, Arab Attack, Showtime, Y2K Bug, and more. Read more »