STAMPEDE STREET CHART: MAVADO AT NO 1 SPOT WITH HIT SINGLE ‘MILLION DOLLAR MAN”

CHRISTINTI FEAT. AS HOT REGGAE ARTISTE TO WATCH,KING HOPETON FEAT. AS REGGAE ARTISTE TO WATCH,ONESTY FEAT. AS NEW FEMALE ARTISTE TO WATCH,WHILE MAVADO TAKES THE NO.1 DANCEHALL SPOT WITH THE HIT SINGLE ‘MILLION DOLLAR MAN’ AND I OCTANE REMAINS AT THE NO.1 REGGAE SPOT WITH THE HIT SINGLE ‘GAL A GIMMI BUN

DYNAMQ-THOSE DAYS IN NAIROBI VIDEO @ 242,000 VIEWS

OFFICIAL VIDEO FOR DYNAMQ’S ALL TIME CLASSICAL THOSE DAYS IN NAIROBI CONTINUES TO GET MORE YUTUBE VIEWS AND VERY POSITIVE COMMENTS, THE VIDEO DIRECTED BY SAMORA GKV OF CHUO RECORDS WAS SHOT DURING DYNAMQ’S TOUR OF KENYA DURING WHICH HE DID SEVERAL SHOWS AND ALSO A COLLABO WITH MOMBASA DANCEHALL/REGGAE ARTIST SINGA BABZ WHICH IS YET TO BE RELEASED.

TIERA GEE: i’m back in studio and u can be sure whats cooking is #TIERALICIOUS!!!

Seems like SLEEKY is out to bring you more on all the G’s in mombasa Showbizz , last time it was SLEEM G now TIERA G i guess Guy G is next …..Image

SLEEKY: who is Tiera gee to the people who don’t know you?

TIERA: The glamorous, gorgeous, gifted Khatiera from Mombasa: Stephanie Khatiera

SLEEKY: .why malkia wa Pwani?

TIERA: Two time award winning artist for Best Female artist of the year
Kenya Coast Music Awards 2010 and Diaspora Artist of the year 2012.
Christened by my lovely fans.

SLEEKY: it‘s been long since you had a song on heavy rotation, what’s
up with the loud silence?

TIERA: My last release was Casanova video last year November and well am back in
studio.

SLEEKY: who inspires you in music both local & international?

TIERA: Grew up listening to Whitney Houston, well inspired also by Wahu, Nyota and Jackie
Chandiru.

SLEEKY: You did Casanova in Uganda, how was it working away from
home, any other projects from Uganda?

TIERA: Casanova was done in Nairobi recorded by Saint P. The video done by 1488
Superstar Films of Uganda. It was great working with successful guys that
have been behind the great videos like Gold digger by Jackie Chandiru.Image

SLEEKY: sometime back you dominated Mombasa music scene with your collaboration with
Ali-b bagging numerous awards why the sudden shift to Nairobi?

TIERA: Well am currently studying at Daystar University in Nairobi majoring in
Electronic Media.

SLEEKY: have the awards helped you in any way? What’s your view on Mombasa music?

TIERA: Well they have no monetary value however am driven with a great passion
for music. The awards have helped strengthen my dream and opened several
doors: more recognition, more shows, more interviews..

SLEEKY: You are among the few artists from Mombasa to ever perform at chaguo la
teeniez & safaricom live, how did this work for you?Image

TIERA: The Safaricom Kenya Live was the greatest; it exposed me to the live
music and made me a better musician, The Chaguo La Teeniez helped me venture
a bit in the Nairobi market.

SLEEKY: .what’s new from you? Any dream collators and maybe any other details you wanna pass across?

TIERA: Am back in studio and u can be sure whats cooking is #TIERALICIOUS!!! I am a freelance artist and hope to one day hit the studio with Jose Chameleone, P-Square, and Fally Ipupa….

SLEEKY: And the ring? Lol

TIERA: I am engaged to my loving Civil Engineer who lights up my world
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VYBEZ KARTEL CASE POSTPONED BY SIX MONTHS.

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Vybz Kartel is in for a
rough ride in the
Jamaican justice
system.
The former Portmore
Empire boss returned
to court this morning
along with his co-
accused in relation to
the murder of Clive
“Lizard” Williams.

He was expected to
begin trial in the oft-
delayed case,
however, Supreme
Court judge, Marjorie
Cole-Smith, set a new
trial date for
November 18.
A small group of Vybz
Kartel supporters,
who gathered outside
the court house, were
visibly angry as news
of the development
in the case emerged.
“Them fi free
Worl’Boss and stop
plot to keep him lock
up in them nasty
jail,” one Kartel
supporter told Urban
Islandz reps.
Jointly charged with
Vybz Kartel for
Williams’ murder
includes his protege
Shawn “Storm”
Campbell, Shane
Williams, Kahira
Jones, Stylist Calvin
“Moonie” Haye, and
Andre St John.
Shawn Storm was
absent from court
today and the judged
ordered him to report
to court on June 7.
Vybz Kartel, born
Adidja Palmer, has
been behind bars
since September of
2011. He will be in
jail for two years at
his next trial date in
November.
According to police
report, Vybz Kartel
and his co-accused
beat Clive Williams to
death at a home in
Havendale in August
2011 over a missing
firearm.
Detectives say they
have video evidence
implicating the
dancehall star in the
murder.
Williams’ body has yet
to be found.

Source : urbanislandz.com

WELCOME FIDELAIZ .

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RE-UNION ENTERTAINMENT MSA is proud to introduce yet another great talent in the dancehall music scene in the name of  Fidelaiz , to some this name might be new but our fans and most dancers know him too well only that this time he is packaged in a different way,  the founder member of the all time favourite dancehall dance crew interclanfidel before the split which saw three members regroup to mystical dancestars while the other one quit dancing , Fidelaiz kept the name and brought in the current crew members Kentty, Jimmy and Clichy [pictured below}interclan. Fidelaiz was commonly refered to as king of the dancefloor due to his trend setting ability and creativity as a dance artist and also an incredible free styler ready to take on any opponent presented on the dancefloor . He has a record as an unbeaten dancer in any dance clash he ever took part in, RE-UNION ENTERTAINMENT spotted the other side of him and that is singing since he would always freestyle during all training sessions with SINGA BABZ and to mentor him they made Fidelaiz the back up vocalist in all performances by SINGA BABZ   , Fidelaiz also led his crew as they performed alongside dancehall heavyweights DING DONG and RDX during their visit and live performance at LE’ CLUB Mombasading party they had initially been invited as guests but after an impressive clash with Ding Dong the promoters booked the crew for the main event and it was after  this encounter with Ding Dong that he made up his mind to take up music AND   after a two years of coaching behind scenes its About time we introduced him officialy . First single drops in two weeks time.MOMBA

NEW MUSIC: POPCAAN _REAL BADMAN {LYRICS}

(Chorus)
Real bad man love si dead body
Drive pon dem Benz wid the red cabby
Shot bun dem skin like beef patty
And no bwoy pon di road cyaa dis poppy

Jam 2 dem love si dead body
Step pon dem endz wid the big maggy
Shot spin dem head like dis jockey
And no bwoy pon di road cyaa dis poppy

(Verse 1)
Fry eye, a fry eye
Bwoy hwad haffi buss when wi a drive by
Wi supn dem big a no likkle pie, pie
Mack 11 pile that, send marrow gone a sky
Mi no pop off mi gun if mi naw fire that
Pu**y could a big like ten Goliath
Unruly go anywhere go start a riot
Any bwoy gimmi chat bad man wire that

(Repeat Chorus)

(Verse 2)
Wi skuull hot like how stato bul bad
Bwoy haffi dead when mi gun lock
Dre skull, mi aim wid the zigzag, the clutch back
Bwoy head buss like condom no waan touch that
Step, step, pon dem endz an go wet that
And police an soldier haffi step back
Man wi murder all bold head, an dread lox
Send dem pon the fridge fi go relax

(Repeat Chorus)

(Repeat Verse 1)

(Repeat Chorus)

TOMMY LEE: “I TOOK ON THE GAZA BURDEN IN THE ABSENCE OF VYBZ KARTEL”

ImageTommy Lee says he was forced to take on the burden of carrying the Gaza banner after Vybz Kartel got thrown behind bars in late 2011.

 

The “Uncle Demon” deejay, who is currently in Europe touring, took time out for an interview with Gibbo.

 

According to Lee, Vybz Kartel’s absense left him the daunting task of heading the Gaza.

 

“After Worl’Boss went to jail I was kind of in the wilderness and unsure what to do because at the time I didn’t really understand anything about music,” Tommy lee told Gibbo.

“I was in a different world and the Gaza burden just came down on me, and I just had to start carry all the burden for Gaza and it’s a lot of stress, and a lot of people, and a lot of opposite sides to Gaza, so you done know I had to stay and fight for it,” Tommy Lee continues.

“I also created a thing called Gaza Sparta which is a part of the Gaza same way, and I had to help other artistes suffering in the ghetto same way,” Tommy Lee added.

 

Tommy Lee says this burden helped him to create the “Uncle Demon” alter ego that launched him into dancehall stardom.

 

Just last week Vybz Kartel released a statement condemning both Tommy Lee and Popcaan for betraying him.

 

“Despite being denied bail recently, and being betrayed by Popcaan and Tommy Lee whilst going through the darkest hour of my existence, I am unparalleled in my determination to remain positive,” Vybz Kartel said in a letter from behind bars addressing recent rumors of him being stabbed and beaten in jail.

 

Tommy Lee or Popcaan have yet to respond to those allegations made by Vybz Kartel.

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