Matthew Schultz And Gyptian Have Slayed ‘Turn Me Up’

Originally starting his music career as guitarist in Chris Daughtrey’s first band, Matthew Schultz has gone on to have global success as a producer and performer.

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Triple Island – ‘FÊTE’

Vocalists Neysa, Cuppa, and Yola each represent a different island, and collectively they carry the sound of the tropics with them.

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Carrie Underwood Rocked In Rhinestones At Wembley On 4th Of July

Carrie Underwood, is, simply put,a small, very pretty, blonde lady, with lungs for days.

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Howlin’ Whale – ‘Rat’

When you hear a name like Howlin’ Whale you conjure up a mind picture of someone very distinctive; perhaps an old sea captain who sings about their life on the briny wave.

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STOP YOUR MESSIN’ AROUND – Neville And Christine Sugary Staple On 40 Years Of 2Tone, Knife Crime and The Specials’ New Album

For those old enough to remember, culturally and politically 1979 was shaping up to be a pretty grim and demoralising year. In February Sid Vicious…

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Rocky Dawuni – ‘Beats of Zion’ and ‘Wickedest Sound’

In 2015 Rocky Dawuni became the first Ghanaian to be nominated for a GRAMMY Award, for his electrifying sixth album, ‘Branches Of The Same Tree’, in the Best Reggae Album category. Dawuni isn’t strictly a Reggae artist; he encorporates the style into his music, but it’s part of an amalgam of styles, including Afrobeat, Highlife, traditional Ghanaian folk, dancehall, jazz, North American soul, RnB, and electropop. He calls his sound Afro Roots: there’s nothing else quite like it.

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UB40 Set To Release First New Album In Five Years

For The Many is the Birmingham reggae veterans’ nineteenth studio album – their first since 2013’s Getting Over The Storm.

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Sting & Shaggy Launch New Video for ‘Just One Lifetime’

Taken from their GRAMMY-Award winning album, ’44/876′, Sting & Shaggy have today launched a new video for their single, ‘Just One Lifetime’, helmed by acclaimed director Joseph Kahn, whose credits include U2, Taylor Swift, Eminem, Katy Perry, and Bebe Rexha.

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Music Compilation Album ‘Let The Music Give’ Set To Be Released Through Generous Records

‘Let The Music Give’ is the latest compilation album from Generous Records. Set for release on February 22, it’s aim is to raise money for charities in support of cancer research, and motor neurone disease.

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‘Be Free (Manilla) (Dub Ft Addis Pablo)’ Is A Reggae Rhythmed Revelation Calling On Us To Be Free To Be Who We Want To Be

‘Be Free (Manilla)’ is the first track on the Manilla Dub EP from Danzky. Featuring Jamaican reggae musician Addis Pablo, son of Augustus Pablo, it takes the reggae track and gives it a whole new Dub twist.

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We’re Going ‘Deeper’ With The Latest Release From Nuke The Soup

We’ve shared Nuke The Soup before, back in September with their song ‘Network’. Now the Maryland-based pop rockers return with their latest single, ‘Deeper’, the second single and title track from their latest album.

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Angelo V Set To Release New Single ‘Dragonfly’

London singer songwriter Angelo V releases his latest single tomorrow. The hotly anticipated ‘Dragonfly’, was originally written with heavier drum and bass vibes, but once Angelo laid down the vocal track he realised it was more suited to the pop style – albeit one with a reggae tinge – that it is now.

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HEЯITAGE ‘Speak Life’ With Cover Of Damian Marley Track And #SpeakLifeChallenge

HEЯITAGE are currently completing a debut set with producer Tommy D Daugherty, who’s worked with the likes of Prince, Tupac, and Snoop Dogg among others, and it’s currently scheduled with a release date for early 2019.

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YETUNDE. S Releases New Single ‘7’

Incredibly created in her own bedroom, Yetunde. S’s latest EP, ‘7’, is a stunningly produced record, showcasing her formidable talents.

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Nuke The Soup – ‘Network’

Nuke The Soup’s Mark Davison, first started seeing the blurring of the line between war and commercialism during the first Gulf War, when cameras and news coverage took on a shiny look, with embedded journalists on location wearing fatigue jackets and helmets on top of their perfect dos, not a hair out of place. All the while panels back at home discussed strategies, not solely of battle plans, but also how to make it all into a saleable commodity.

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REBEL ROUSERS – Neville and Christine Sugary Staple Team Up With Specials’ Guitarist Roddy Byers On New Rude Rebels Release

Neville and Christine Sugary Staple have reunited with Specials‘ guitarist Roddy Byers, aka Roddy Radiation, for a new single and album. The single’s release was…

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