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Pull Up (Official Music Video)
When We A Step (Official Music Video)
Condensed Milk (Official Music Video)
At the tender age of ten, Inoah’s passion for music was born. His musical talent rapidly emerged and enthused him to participate in events at church and community shows. People got enthralled with the sounds that emerged from the high-pitched soul of his vocals, along with the fact that he loved to play the drums. It became evident at age eleven when he was appointed a lead chorister at The Little Bethlehem Pentecostal Church Youth Choir.
During his teenage years, Inoah concentrated on creating music based on his portrayal of musical vibes and cultural enlightenment, which he took to stage shows across the parish of St Catherine. He categorized his style of music in the same genres as those great musicians who have inspired him over the years. They include the legendary Robert Nesta Marley, Crown Prince Dennis Emmanuel Brown, and Sizzla Kalonji.
His recording career started when his close friend introduced him to the House of Love Recording Label. Inoah recorded his first single Rise from the Slum, gaining reasonable airplay on radio stations. Gwaan so Fah, One of a Kind, and Battlefield followed and attracted an enthusiastic and faithful fan base, than motivated him to dedicate more time and effort in producing and recording more songs. This led to his appearance on stage shows such as Rebel Salute 2012 and other Shows in Portmore, August Town and Judgement Yard.
After his appearance on Rebel Salute in 2015, he met the owner of Vertex Productions and recorded songs like Jah will be There and Somebody Worst Than You, which became a runaway hit for Inoah. Since then, he has recorded for labels like Hard Rock Production & Dream Makers Entertainment and collaborated with artists like Turbulence, Slim Flex, Sycorha and Benjamin Fire.
Inoah is currently working on new projects with Vertex Productions, Young Boss and Dryden Productions. Fans can expect great songs and videos coming soon from this messenger of love and righteousness.
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Bam Bam a 1982 hit by legendary Dancehall singer Sister Nancy surged to No. 1 on Reggae song charts after it was featured in an episode of Netflix's popular crime drama, Ozark, which was
Veteran Dancehall deejay Beenie Man has expressed annoyance that the genre simply isn’t the same anymore, because of the amalgamation of genres by young artists.
“We need to keep the authenticity of Dancehall, brethren,” the 48-year-old entertainer told UK-based radio presenter and DJ Robbo Ranx, as he questioned the effectiveness of merging international genres with Dancehall.
“Dancehall nuh authentic no more. Dancehall a HipHop, and short drop, and one next drop and wah other drop, and dem nah mek no one drop enuh. The youth dem nah gwaan bad…dem a gwaan like dem nuh learn. Yuh cyaa come inna a business weh yuh doe learn bout. Yuh cyaa come inna a business weh yuh nuh know bout. Yuh just come fi change a music, weh yuh nuh know bout yet? Dat nuh mek nuh sense,” the Girls Dem Sugar deejay added.
He also said many young Jamaican acts are ignorant as to how the business works.
“A nuh ill-informed. You cannot come inna man business, weh yuh nuh know bout man business and a try change man business. So weh you woulda seh, weh we did a do inna the 90s did a foolishness? So you come fi mek the music better? So why we nah go no further? Why we nah get no higher? Why we nah get no better? Unuh go weh and come outta man business.”
A passionate Beenie Man, who has been in the business for almost four decades, emphasized the importance of learning the roots of the game, before attempting to become part of the rigorous industry.
“Nuh badda hitch nuh ride. Yuh haffi know weh the bus a come from…suppose a pure murderer inna the bus? Yah go tun murderer? The youths dem nowadays nuh show Dancehall no respect. We cyaa beat dem enuh; but dem nuh show the business no respect.”
The King of the Dancehall did not shy away from naming those whom he deemed as ‘accomplished’ in the modern-day. He even said that only those who stay committed to the genre from day one can classify themselves as true Dancehall acts.
“Popcaan and Aidonia dem, dem a the last artists weh buss…Chronixx buss inna Dancehall and then him tun Reggae international star. Koffee do the same thing, then them tun Reggae international star. That’s why we a the dancehall artists cause we stay. A dat dancehall artist mean enuh—all who stay with the people, inna the struggle and fight the struggle. A dat it mean.”
Watch Robbo Ranx’s full interview with Beenie Man below
The veteran deejay described himself as, “revitalized, realigned and recharged” adding that while he knew he would retire, he had no idea what he would take on during retirement.
“I’m revitalized realigned and recharged. It’s gonna be musical magic I got 10yrs more in music after that I’m not sure what I will be doing but for this anchor leg it’s all venom,” Killer said in response to a fan who flooded him with praises, noting that he believed 2022 would be a good year for the artiste.
Born Rodney Price, Bounty Killer, burst on to the music scene in the 90s. Since the 90s , he has been a staple within the industry, known most for his lyrical prowess.
Killer’s delayed King of Kingston album is expected to be released in 2022.
TIEA KIRSCNER most popularly known as PERKIEPERF which means “vibrant personality” is an independent reggae/dancehall music recording artist, song writer. Hail from the bread winning parish of St Elizabeth, Jamaica. Currently living in the state of California, USA. She started off as one of international super star ANTHONY B’s backup singers and later on went solo, she has achieved success in her country of Jamaica as well as massive success in various international markets. She released singles “GIRLS NIGHT OUT” 2016 alongside others “GRIME” 2021 just to name a few, Also her first official EP IN 2021 entitled “CONCOCTION” Produced by Brownbossmusiq record label. Chosen and destined to make a change in every listener’s lives, her artistry has also been a personal therapy for the artist. With a versatile catalog of music, some of her inspiration most frequently pisses off a lot of people “they either love me or hate me” she said, but generally receives good reviews from several critics. PERKIEPERF is ready to bring her talent to the world stage.