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In the name of collabs: Sean Paul, Bounty Killer and 10 more new songs

Sean Paul gathers Busta Rhymes and Skillibeng for a powerful trio combination, Bounty & Cham delivers, Jah Vinci deserves more credit & More songs from Popcaan, Najeeriii and others


L-R: Alkaline, Sean Paul, Bounty Killer, Jah Vinci


It was a week with a lot of good music. Sean Paul presents a powerful trio, Killer and Cham spending time in the studio while Alkaline, Popcaan, and the younger generation give their own. Let's get start.


Skillibeng, Sean Paul, Busta Rhymes – ‘Summa Hot Remix’ This trio combination can become such a hit single. Jamaica's finest son Sean Paul gathers Busta Rhymes and Skillibeng for a captivating remix that highlights the original dancehall beat. The American star uses his rappy flow, while Skilli as usual delivers a murderous verse and the two add more fire to the original version.



Byron Messia – ‘Mad Dawgs’ With an undeniably intriguing beat, Byron Messia's new release features a fusion of dancehall and rap wrapped by soulful vocals and pianos with dancehall drum patterns. His signature flow which leans more on the rap side, is accompanied by a music video that tells the the rigid story of living on the streets of St. Kitts.



Jah Vinci – ‘God Up’ Jah Vinci's new single is a testament to his artistry and talent. This powerful release inspires as it blends melodic prowess with its vocal play. This singer deserves more appreciation for his undeniable talent.



Bounty Killer, Cham – ‘Time Bomb’ Dancehall icons Bounty Killer and Cham dropped their new EP project and the theme single is definitely what Dancehall has been missing. this kind of vibes with flawless flow, clarity lyrics fiery style, all on point.



Popcaan – ‘Rite A Foot’ The Unruly Boss returns with a new single that showcases his badness side. The St. Thomas native singjay delivers a significant message of warning and tries to frighten his opponents. The visuals create an extremely fearful feeling for anyone who sends any message of intimidation to Popcaan.



Tarrus Riley, Deja – ‘Rude Boy’ The ultimate lover. Tarrus Riley once again made an appearance on a lovely song, this time trading love ballads with rising reggae singer, Deja. The visuals just add an authentic feeling that captivates you with this single's charm.



Alkaline – ‘Mad Luv’ If you even forgot for a moment, Alkaline has a long relationship with the ladies. His previous single showcases his lyrical prowess, and his unique flow is now combined with precise sexy visuals.



Kraff – ‘Antics’ Dancehall deejay Kraff brings a unique flow to the industry that makes him stand out among his fellow artistes. Seeking a hybrid of international mainstream, while still staying true to his hardcore roots, he pulls out his lyrical prowess again and again, showcasing his different style to continue his rapid growth.



Najeeriii – ‘Cruff’ Rising star Najeeriii comes up with something different every time. By using his flowing and unique flow, he once again demonstrates his lyrical prowess. His journey is destined for greatness.



Jquan - ‘Lose Myself’ The rising Manchester native singer demonstrates his different and melodic ability in a new emotional single. he just matches perfectly with this kind of beat through his unique voice. Jquan just doesn't trust anyone. He should just trust his talent.



Propa Fade – Winning This talent has been in the game for a long time, but he returns with a new single that showcases his lyrical prowess with a precise rhyme. Not letting anyone disbelieve in him, Propa Fade only aims for the winning.




Stylo G – ‘The Flute’ British-Jamaican dancehall Deejay Stylo G once again demonstrates his lyrical prowess and his strong flow that blends with real and authentic dancehall sounds. 'The flute' serves the essence of straight dancehall, without a chaser.



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