Happy New Year to all our media friends, it was an amazing year for us here at New Image Promotions we could not have made it thus far without your support and so we thank you all and wishes you and yours a prosperous 2010 .
This week we have a new addition to our Chart Update, Reggae artist Cush Hunta entering the Toronto Top 10 Charts with his "Ready Fi Buss" single. The song is holding down the #3 spot for on the chart and has been getting much air play on several radio stations locally on overseas. Arrows Recording artist I-Octane continue in his trend of blazing up the air wave with his single "Mama You Alone". The song has successfully moved up a number of local and international Reggae charts, sitting at #2 on local charts Out A Road and #20 on Jamaica Music Countdown, #12 on Toronto Top 10, #29 on New York Top 30 and #19 on South Florida Top 25 charts. "Mama You Alone" is available for download on itunes, Amazon, Napster, Rhapsody and all etailers worldwide. I-Octane new singles "Thank You Father" and "Lose A Friend" both debut the R.E.T.V. Top 20 Reggae blazing blubbers and Hype TV Top 20 charts at #17 and #13 respectively. Nesbeth single "Drive By" is now holding down the #5 spot on OutAroad Top Ten Reggae Chart, #9 on Jamaica Music Countdown Chart, # 11 on Stampede Street Chart, #9 on RETV Top 20 Reggae Chart and #7 on Video Alley Top Ten hosted by Suzie Q Suzie Q and aired each Saturday on Television Jamaica (TVJ). Sophia Brown "Weak To You" single is now sitting at #6 on Stampede Street Chart while Brown prepares to world premiere the video for her new single "Gimmie that good love". Brown has much in store for 2010 so look out for this female diva she's coming in hot!!. Stanpipe single "Cut It Off" is now occupying the #2 position on Stampede Street Chart, Stanpipe who is currently in Jamaica gave a good performance live on March Out 2009 and Jamaica.live.com
STING 2009 Hightlights!!! The New Image Promotions artistes came, they saw and they conquered at the STING 2009 dubbed the "Greatest one night Reggae/Dancehall show on earth". Words in the streets are that despite the highly anticipated performances by the Gully and Gaza kings Vybz Kartel and Mavado, Reggae artiste I-Octane gave one of the most memorable performances at STING 2009, while Nesbeth's smashing performance at show earned him thunderous cheers from the over 30,000 strong crowd upon delivering his hits singles Boardhouse, Drive By, Guns Out and Friend Killa. Nesbeth is hopeful that 2010 is the year for conscious Reggae artistes to shine and he intends to hold down one of the top spots. Cush Hunta debut STING 2009 performance was also impressive, leading up to the event Cush was one of the Promoter’s pick in the promising Reggae artistes segment for the event and he did not disappoint his audience. BRAMMA debut STING performance was the bomb! One local newspaper rated his performance among the Top 10 Best Young Acts on STING this year. Upon entering the stage Bramma opened his set with his popular “It’s Wat Eva” track and earned his first major forward on his first major show. Ruffi-Ann known on STING over the years as one of the ‘war’ artistes pleasantly surprised her audience when she launched into a set free of war type tunes, she was in turn well rewarded with cheers for her efforts before she drew her hit tune “Save the juvenile” and exiting the stage.