The reggae/dancehall crooner appeared in the Lord Khan-directed clip solo which was shot in New York. “Him a brag say him dweet already / But him can’t dweet again / Tell him friends say him see it already / But him can’t see it again / Them days done and gone never come first never come last / Tell him run and get lost / Some man use them mouth too much,” Martin sings over the All Night Riddim, produced by Chimney Records.
Christopher Martin establishes himself as one of the most talented singers in Jamaica and consistently supply great music for his growing international fan base. Watch the video for “Can’t Dweet Again” below.
Jahmiel teams up with Lee Milla for his “Sick” new single.
The Patriotz boss is closing out an impressive year on a high note with a handful of new songs this fall. The track features Jahmiel spitting bars over a high tempo beat. “Me see this every time / Run the place now we deh ‘pon the enemy mind / Clothes me beat a no every design / Things haffi up dawg, heavenly kind / Girls love me, every kind,” the singjay spits.
Jahmiel currently three new singles bubbling on the dancehall airwaves including a new hit with Mavado, “Badness.” Last month her released a track on Chimney Records new All Night Riddim, “Heaven” That single has been getting a lot of attention.
“She Call Me” is the title of Sean Paul new single on Chimney Records new riddim which also features songs from Mavado, Alkaline and Jahmiel.
Sean Paul delivered his signature flow over the smooth electro beat. “She call me anytime she want a break she want her body levitate / She call me when time she need a friend me give her the straight and the bend / She call me when time 9 o’clock come her man gone a work she and me lock down / She shake it a twerk she wheel it and tun,” SP deejay.
Over the past two years Sean Paul has further cemented his place in dancehall as one of the greatest of all time. Last year he scored a Billboard Hot 100 number one single with Sia on “Cheap Thrills.” That same year he scored a number of big hits and the momentum continues into this year.
Sean Paul is currently working on a new album due early next year. This will be his first project under his new deal with Island Records.
Jahmiel teams up with Chimney Records producer Jordan for his new single “Heaven.”
Jordan is the same producer behind Alkaline‘s two recent singles “Hard Tackle” and “Suave.” He also produced a new single for Mavado “All Night” so it seems like its an MVP affair for the Chimney Records producer. “Yo see wa me do me ago do it till the day I die / Happy life me waan fi live so everyday I smile / Wa mi no want mi no focus pon / Cyan bother wid that Jordan / Love the life I live so me no waan this stop ya man / So me keep it up like heaven,” the Patriotz sinhjay sings.
Jahmiel is one of the brightest stars in the local reggae/dancehall scene right now and he has been having a big year with a growing catalog of hits under his belt. Listen to his new single “Heaven” below.
Alkaline killed off his competition with his brand new single “Suave.”
The Vendetta head drop the new track Sunday night and within an hour it was the top trending dancehall song on YouTube on the planet. The catchy single was produced by Chimney Records and features Alkaline spitting lyrics about his lifestyle. “Not even death can’t stop me / Young but me hard to the core / Even me life pon the road / A make money and f*** a bag a wh*re,” Alkaline deejay.
“Suave suave just look how me suave / Jump in a Gucci jump in a Versace / Have up a hundred grand now pon me body / Hundred round fi any man who waan take it from me / Suave suave wa make me so suave / Kill me competition then me cut with the darby,” the Manhimself spits. Last week, Alkaline released another single, “Hard Tackle“, which was also produced by Chimney Records. That track also quickly became a trending cut on YouTube and has since clocked a million views in a week.
It’s safe to say that Alkaline and Vybz Kartel are both currently dominating dancehall, but who is on top? Listen Alkaline new song “Suave” below.
Mavado and Jahmiel teams up for a new collaborative single “Badness” take a listen to it below.
The gangsta anthem was produced by Chimney Records with Jahmiel delivering a catchy hook over a dancehall beat. “The crime rate keep going up / Cuz my good a my only luck / F*** all a who want see the rass fall cuz a my gun a hold mi up / Right now mi hot like naan make them cold me up,” the Patriotz singer sings.
Mavado, Jahmiel, and Alkaline formed a close nit clique in dancehall called MVP. The trio are among the leading acts in the genre this year with a number of hits. Jahmiel himself is being touting as one of the brightest stars in reggae/dancehall music currently and this song further highlights why he has been getting so much positive attention. Mavado continues to build on his vast catalog and will no doubt go down as one of the greatest of all time.
“Bombohole must think say badness can stop / Feel them skin too tough for 45 shots / One in a your head yo morrow drop in a yo lap / One in a yo mouth yo better stop chat / Pu*** stop take badness to SnapChat,” Mavado sings.
Hot off a memorable performance at Reggae Sumfest last weekend, Beenie Man debut his new video “Hot Brain.”
The summer single was produced by Chimney Records while the cut features the Doc hosting a block party with his crew including Camar who is featured on the single. “In a my house mi deh a hold a nap / Mi phone ring yo know a Nicky that / She a tell me say them burst the hydrant on the road / Because the whole place hot / Me step out ’cause a my town,” Beenie Man deejay.
Beenie Man put on a show for his fans at last weekend on International Night. Watch the video for the single “Hot Brain” below.