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5 Questions with new reggae recording artiste 'Malkia'

Malkia M alkia  is a self-made woman who has made a comfortable place for herself in this world and uses her strength to uplift women and enlighten men through her music.  She said,  " I define myself by how I make others feel.  I live my life to empower people through music and inform everyone that they can do anything they put their mind t o."  New Image Promotions  (N.I.P.) is Introducing to you, one of reggae's newest recording artiste/entertainer,  Malkia.  We had 5 questions for her, read on to see how she respond. N.I.P.: You lived in Jamaica for 10 years during childhood, what are some of the best and worst experiences you've had growing up in those years? Malkia: " I remember happiness, laughter and warm weather. Looking back now it feels like some of the best years of my life. I remember waking up and going to school on school days and not worrying about my safety. I grew up with my grandparents and cousins at the time in St. Mary and the

Mavado celebrate 10 years in the music industry

One of Dancehall's leading artistes is celebrating 10 years in the music industry this year. David Constantine Brooks aka Mavado , plans to celebrate his decade long music journey with a series of performance and music releases including a special remix featuring the incarcerated, Vybz Kartel 'di teecha,' a release stated. Mavado, (named after the Swiss watch company) became an overnight sensation in Jamaican Dancehall upon the release of the 2004, Daseca Production single, ' Real McKoy ' on the Anger Management riddim. He (according to his gullyside website) carved an inimitable style somewhere between the angel and the warlord.   His hit tune , "Weh Dem a Do" with it's "fly-ay ay up to the sky" hook over the club-tempo Red Bull and Guinness riddim, is accredted to have , brought that voice to the overseas market, and earned him magazine covers like The Fader as well as mainstream stations like New York's Hot 97 and the #27 position

It's a family Affair - Insta Hot Picks

Once again we manage to accumulate some aweee-some Insta Hot photos to share with you.  Check out some of our favourite artistes 'kicking it' with their offsprings. Reggae's Queen Ifrika and her young Prince, awe look at her cheeks!   Dad-dee of the year? well maybe, Agent Sasco been sharing some lovely shot of the Cs' keep em coming wi luv dem #Goalz The big bad Bounty Killer got a lil soft when he shared this photo of himself and his lil last son Javar and he be like, "him drinking red bull peeps" looking proud too. Note: #smilingBounty #lottery #lol  Konshens him boasy sah! He has got us saying awezzz like crazy with posts of his prince and princess, we endorse it gwaan daddy love up di kids, they will remember it foreva  #NIPnews

The Jamaican motion picture "Destiny" staring Reggae/Dancehall artistes Christopher Martin, Spice, and more makes US debut

A breath of fresh air! That's the phrase that best describes Jeremy Whittaker's breakout film,"Destiny" that has now become the record holding, "Longest running film at the Box Office in Jamaican history." "Destiny" features a host of local talent, boasts a captivating story line and features some dynamic soundtracks. The film, chronicles the story of  Lisa Pullen , played by lead actress  Karian Sang , journey in finding herself following the death of her parents and a tumultuous break-up with her boyfriend. Her trip to  Jamaica  to sell her inheritance led to the discovery of her family's past and finds her falling in love.  " Destiny "  features prominent Jamaican actors and recording artistes such as the soulful reggae artiste   Christopher Martin , comedian   Ian 'Ity' Ellis   and female Dancehall entertainer   Grace ' Spice' Hamilton .   The film,   unlike many other Jamaican themed films of the past