Dancehall artist Serani set to penetrate international market again :RE-UNION ENTERTAINMENT

Dancehall artiste Serani seems set to penetrate the international market once again courtesy of his feature on the hip hop single called Fire produced by international producer Blackout. The song features verses from 2 Chainz, Rick Ross and Bun B.

According to Serani’s manager, Julian Jones Griffith, Serani recorded the chorus for the song over a year ago. However, the producers in the United States (US), are just ready to amplify the promotions for the final product.

Fire sees the American rappers showing their ability to speak Patios over a hard-hitting rap instrumental with some dancehall elements. Rick Ross even sampled a few lines from Admiral Bailey’s Big Belly Man dancehall single.


“Serani recorded the hook over a year ago for Blackout. He hit us back earlier this year saying he played it for Bun B and he loved it. Bun added Ross and 2 Chainz and it automatically became the choice for Bun B’s first single off his new album,” Griffith said.

Fire will be distributed by Sony Red. The record label is planning to do a music video and a rigorous radio campaign to ensure the song’s success in the US market.

“It’s a great energy record and everyone goes hard on it, so we are hoping it does well. Serani has been a consistent touring act for several years now so his fan base is solid internationally. A record like this can help propel his career further and with all the attention dancehall is getting right now, the timing is perfect also,” Griffith said.

Serani also commented on the single, revealing that the collaboration will expose him to new fans.

“It’s always good working with acts from other genres as it exposes you to different fans. Rick Ross and 2 Chainz are two of the hottest rappers in the game right now, music wise and Bun B is a hip hop icon, so I’m hoping it will put me on a bigger stage”, the No Games singer said.

Serani achieved relative international success on his own in 2008 when his single No Games charted on the Billboard. No Games went on to sell over 400,000 singles.

The artiste broke away from his former production team DASECA in 2012 and later formed Rockstone Media Records. The artiste is currently working with up-and-coming reggae/dancehall artiste Deepjahi and young producer Donny Drake.

Serani recently released a single called One Drop and will premiere the accompanying video in coming weeks.


SAD NEWS: Overproof riddim producer ‘Roach’ of JA Productions Murdered : RE-UNION ENTERTAINMENT

Popular dancehall producer Patrick Samuels o/c “Roach” was shot and killed by unknown assailants along a section of Mannings Hill road in St. Andrew this morning. The shooting occurred at 4:12 am, when three shots were fired into a vehicle at the Texaco Gas Station at Mary Brown’s corner. As the victim tried to drive away, three more shots were fired, and the victim’s vehicle crashed nearby on Mannings Hill Road. The Police has cordoned off the area and are processing the crime scene.


Samuels was formerly Vybz Kartel’s road manager before they later split. He later came to prominence again in 2011, when he teamed up with Justus Arison for the now popular Dancehall project “Overtime Riddim”, where several hits such as “Settle Down” by Mavado and Daniel Bedingfield’s “Sometimes You Just Know” were made.



ImageTalented versatile singer DeeVine born in London, raised in Barbados came onto the music seen in April 2011.  She bursted onto the Uk Soca seen with her powerful caribbean soul vocals.  Once established in the Soca music industry DeeVine started producing Reggae/Dancehall & RnB music which was the root and soul of her talent.  DeeVine is classed as a versatile singer as she continues to produce track after track of different genres of music.  DeeVine writes all her own music and also has a hand in directing her own music videos.

DeeVine recently performed in Tampa, where she filmed the video for her first RnB release ‘Someone to Love Me’, which features one of Tampa’s Top underground rappers.  She then went on to Barbados where she perform on live television for programmes such as Mid Morning Mix program, Festival Stage and Q in the Community. Her reggae video ‘Sweet Love’ which was filmed in Barbados late last year, the video features a popular Artist from the island has also been aired on a few music programmes, as well as ‘Sit & Winee’ a popular soca video filmed in Barbados.

DeeVine has recently teamed up with Popular Dancehall Artist Spice on a dancehall track called 'Whine Like Weh' produced by Cashflow Records in Jamaica, the song is proving to be a big hit. Last year she teamed up with Soca Artist Problem Child on a Soca track called 'Bash It On Me'.

DeeVine has to date performed Barbados, USA, Canada, Barcelona and many cites within England, where she currently has many shows book for the rest of 2013.

DeeVine Contact details and website information below:
DeeVine – Singer/Songwriter/Dancer



River nile ent & Silly walks disco teams up to bring you SABI TAI by award winning South Sudan singer Dynamq. Sabi tai means my friend in the local language of South sudan called arabi juba. The video was directed by Flexx filmz & shot in Melbourne, Australia. Please enjoy!! || ||
@dynamq @sillywalksdisco


Where did this stone come from
I dont know I swear
How did this news get here
South sudanese why fighting everyday

-1st Verse
My friend’s brother was killed
He was beaten & his face was swollen
I cant even eat food
Why the fighting everyday
This world people have lost their mind
& thats not even half of the story

Where did this stone come from
I dont know I swear
How did this news get here
South sudanese why fighting everyday

-2nd Verse
The hospital is far from the house
There is no car at home
No taxi close to home
& the phone is broken at home
No money at home
& there is no water at home

Where did this stone come from
I dont know I swear
How did this news get here
South sudanese why fighting everyday (Times 2)

-3rd Verse
Some people ran away from Juba
Many moved to Uganda
Addis ababa to Kenya
Egypt, Libya America
Canada, London Australia
Sudanese are all over the world

Where did this stone come from
I dont know I swear
How did this news get here
South sudanese why fighting everyday

Ð ¥ ñ ª m Q – the sudanese child