Welcome to week#1 of the OutAroad Radio Show hosted by one of Jamaica’s best disc jocks Dj Naz
Watch Aidonia Birthday Bash ft Popcaan, Chi Ching, Teflon Lutan Fyah & More - @Aidoniajop @Popcaanmusic @ChiChingChingJA
Popular disc Jock Zj Dymond releases Straight & Narrow By Vybz Kartel - @zjdymondtfc @Iamthekartel @Vybz_Kartel @Jwonder21
- Yet another breakthrough single off the “Ghetto Bible Riddim” is dancehall superstar Vybz Kartel with “Straight and Narrow” produced by popular ZipFM’s disc jock ZJ Dymond (Full Charge Records) Distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital, the hit single is available in all major digital stores such as itunes. #iTunes
New York, NY (FOX FUSE) – Dancehall star Stein ignites the summer with his new EP Determination, available worldwide in both explicit and clean versions from all major digital retailers, on May 26, 2015, from FOX FUSE. Born Jermaine Lee-King in St. Thomas, Jamaica and formerly known as Einstein, Stein’s music reflects his diverse Chinese-Afro heritage and echoes an eclectic edge that secures a place for his sound both at home and abroad, among local and international audiences. Determination receives a coveted feature on the iTunes U.S. Reggae section, with a top banner on the Reggae page, along with being selected and listed in the New Musicchart, thereby shining the global spotlight on this thrilling artist.
Produced by his own imprint New Planet Records, this new compilation of dancehall anthems are fueling his 2015 summer tour, which is currently underway in Europe. “Determination captures how I feel about my musical journey and where I’m at right now,” reveals Stein. “I work hard every day to create quality dancehall music for fans and I’m determined to keep fulfilling my mission of spreading dancehall music to all corners of the globe.”
Bubbling with eight electrifying tracks, Determination delivers contemporary dancehall music at its best, and boasts up-tempo, bass-driven beats bound to send dancehall fans into a frenzy. The lead tracks “Concrete Steppa” and“New Rolex” speak of Stein’s determination to strive and succeed in life, and are positive messages he hopes to instill in his fan base. Other tunes like“How Yuh Suh Bad” are for the ladies, as the collection has something for everyone.
Pounding the pavement in Jamaica for years, Stein is currently on an extended tour in Europe to promote Determination, and recently performed for fans in Germany and Sweden. He looks forward to bringing his brand of music to wherever it is in demand. “You have to go where people want to see you and just take your music directly to them,” discloses Stein. “So I’m out here in Europe for the entire summer and taking every opportunity to perform wherever I can, so I can bring my songs to longtime fans and also earn new ones.” This work ethic also has Stein in the studio between shows, as he puts the finishing touches on his upcoming sophomore album, which will be released later this year from FOX FUSE.
“Stein has consistently been one of the most clever lyricists in dancehall music,” states Zack Cohen, CEO of FOX FUSE. “We’re fans of his work and we’re thrilled to work alongside him and deliver his music to the dancehall massive, globally.”
In a new interview, Meek Mill denies that he and girlfriend Nicki Minaj are preparing to wed.
“[Our relationship] is definitely real, but it ain’t really time to get married yet,” he tells The Fader for its June/July cover story. “We’re still learning each other, feeling each other out.”
Minaj, 32, sparked engagement rumors in April when she posted a photo to Instagram of the massive rock Mill, 28, had given her.
Social media-savvy fans weren’t the only ones they fooled, though. At Coachella, Drake brought Minaj on stage to say “congratulations and all that,” and The Fader‘s profile describes an instance where rapper T.I. approaches Mill at a Beverly Hills restaurant to congratulate him on his engagement and then doesn’t quite accept Mill’s denial.
“You never asked her, ‘Will you be my girlfriend?’ but she is your girlfriend. You may not have asked her, ‘Will you marry me?’ But you are engaged,” T.I. says before reportedly backing away, hands raised. “I’ve said my part. As long as you know what’s going on.”
Even Mill’s grandmother thought he had proposed: “Whatever she sees on TV, she believes,” he says.
Mavado's Ghetto Bible Now Available WorldWide - @ZjDymondTFC production - Mavado_Gully @jwonder21 @juvi_21st
- Popular Zip FM’s, ZJ Dymond imprint label Full ChaArge Records presents international dancehall star Mavado with the title track “Ghetto Bible” off the successful riddim of the same name. Distributed by digital giants 21st Hapilos Digital, “Ghetto Bible” is available on itunes. #iTunes
UIM Records Drops New Alkaline Nice Suh - Mildew Riddim - @UIMrecords @TheAlkaline @jwonder21 @juvi_21st
Deemed controversial there is no denying dancehall star Alkaline prolific lyrics as the young recording artist often pushes the envelop such as with his latest “Nice Suh” where he sings “Gyal when you go down and nuh get up Go down and nuh get up Nothing nuh suh nice suh”. Off the popular UIM Records Mildew Riddim, “Nice Suh” is out now on itunes via 21st Hapilos Digital. #iTunes
Taylor Swift, Pitbull, Omi: Who will have the song of the summer? - @taylorswift13 @pitbull @omimusiconline
Whether it was “Blurred Lines” in 2013 or “Call Me Maybe” before that, it seems that one song finds a way to dominate airwaves every summer.
There are already some heavy hitters vying for the title of this year’s “song of the summer,” based on data from Pandora, and we want to know who you think will take the crown.
Taylor Swift and Kendrick Lamar’s star-studded music video for “Bad Blood” was released earlier this week, so it’s not a stretch to think we’ll be hearing that one until the dog days of summer.
Another pair of collaborations that seem prepped to make a deep run are Pitbull’s “Fun,” featuring Chris Brown, and Skrillex and Diplo’s “Where Are U Now” featuring Justin Bieber.
Never count out a country song when it comes to summer jams: Lee Brice’s “Girls in Bikinis” could be the earworm of the season.
And what goes better with water and rays than smooth soulful reggae, a la OMI’s “Cheerleader”?
Which jam do you think will be 2015’s song of the summer?