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Showing posts from August 12, 2012


Bounty Killa  emerged Number 1 of 50 Greatest Reggae/Danehall Icons.  A people's choice voting mania put on by major beverage company Guinness, Bounty Killer, "the general" received the most votes among several of his peers and prominent Reggae and Dancehall artistes.  " Congratulations Bounty Killa,  there is nothing greater than the people's voice, plus ole people use to say, whey a fi u, can't be un-fi u " DWL! "Do you wah know what's hot?" Macka Diamond....yup she hot again! Macka's "Tilt Over and Wine" track shell every weh inna di Caribbean.  The hit making Dancehall artiste sent shout out to a couple of people on BBM.  Her broadcast read, "big up to DJ Dez in Guadelope and DJ Wiwi for shelling "Nah Stress Over man" big up DJ Zoukie in France and Benzi in Italy, its a Cowfoot summer same way DWL! A DANEJAH-Ent. a endorse the thing enuh!"   Is Carl Lewis  seriously hating on Usain Bolt or what? 

Snoop Dogg Turn Lion

Snoop Lion - ap Snoop Dogg, now called Snoop Lion, says the reason why he became a reggae artiste is because it is a music of love, happiness and struggle. According to the artiste, who was doing an interview with MTV host, Sway Calloway recently for his Reincarnated Documentary Press Conference, he wants to expand his musical influence through positive messages. "I have always wanted to perform for kids, my grandmother and people around the world who really love me and can't accept the music that I make. This reggae music is a music of love, happiness and struggle, and now I get a chance to perform for kids and grandparents," Snoop Lion said. Teach the youth The iconic American rapper, who is famous for songs such as  Drop It Like It's Hot,  expressed that he is an older and wiser person. He also hinted that reggae music can teach the youth how to grow and develop themselves. "Not that the music in the past never felt good at all, it felt good ... but