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Fast rising deejay Govana, a member of the 4th Genna recording imprint continues to make steady in-rows on the local and international music scene.
Following the recent addition of his singles ‘Happy’ and ‘No Complaining’ to radio outlets in Florida, Los Angeles and the New York Tri-State area, the bourgeoning star has also been reaping success on the local charts. Produced by Dinero Production ‘Happy’ currently occupies the No.7 spot on the Magnum Pree Dis Dancehall Top Ten chart and continues to show steady momentum each week.
“I am very happy with the progress I am seeing and fans can expect a lot from me in the weeks ahead. We currently have several new singles to release for a number of top producers along with a few videos, the first of which will be ‘Shallow Grung’”.
Speaking of ‘Shallow Grung’, Govana on Sunday afternoon unveiled the official video for the aforementioned via his Vevo channel at youtube.com/GovanaVevo whic h has amassed over 11,000+ views already in a matter of hours. The visuals was shot by 300K throughout the thoroughfares of Kingston, St. Andrew and St. Catherine.
Alluding to the new shot in the arm his career has gotten Govana said,
“The journey has been like a roller coaster in a lot of way, but there is nothing that I regret. The tougher the battle, the sweeter the victory. I’ve had to fight to reach where I am and the fighting has helped me to cement myself in the streets of Jamaica. I’ve paid my toll and I’m happy to finally see the highway,” he added.
Former reggae/dancehall artiste turned Christian Mr. Vegas has revealed that Tony Mattheron gave him his word that he still wants to be apart of his daughter’s life and continue to be her dad despite the DNA result.
The Iconic Dancehall selector (Tony Matterhorn) got some devastating news recently after being taken to family court by one of his baby mothers in New York.
According to disc jock/producer Foota Hype, the judge revealed that the ‘Tony Matterhorn ’ isn’t the biological father of his 3-year-old daughter following a DNA Test.
However, painful and devasting the news was to Matterhorn it seems he has shaken it off and made a decision to continue playing the father role.
“I talk to Matterhorn and he told me that he still wants to be that child father because that child know him as her father.” Said Vegas
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Alkaline could find himself in more problems with the Jamaican government as cops launch a full investigation into his new ‘After All’ music video.
Jamaica’s Commissioner of Police, George Quallo recently ordered a probe into the Controversial Dancehall artist’s short film directed by Jay Will citing that members of the police force are outraged by scenes depicted in the explicit clip.
Law enforcement officers are furious at the Vendetta deejay’s music video which displays gang violence, ‘donmanship,’ marijuana smoking, profanity and a raunchy sex scene featuring a woman dressed as a Jamaica Constabulary Force (JCF) member.
Commissioner Quallo told detectives to find and question the persons wearing police uniforms in the visuals, they are also investigating the origin of the marked police vehicle in the music video.
Released on May 18, Alkaline’s ‘After All’ music video has already racked up over 1.4 Million views on VEVO.
The 1 hour, 30 minute audio story features popular Dancehall artists Alkaline, Bounty Killer, Vybz Kartel, Khago, I-Octane, Elephant Man along with personalities including Mutabaruka and the controversial Ankle Sox.
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Veteran Dancehall selector Tony Matterhorn got some devastating news earlier this week, after being dragged in family court by one of his baby mothers in New York.
According to controversial disc jock/producer Foota Hype, a judge revealed that the ‘Dutty Wine’ deejay isn’t the biological father of his 2-year-old daughter following a DNA Test.
Watch below as Foota Hype announced the drama during his recent Instagram live session.
A Jamaican stripper is defending the growing trend of raunchy and explicit videos being used to promote Dancehall singles.
Professional exotic dancer and entrepreneur Kyla ‘Coco De Thick’ says that she is in full support of Dancehall artists using raunchy and sexually suggestive music videos to promote their music.
According to the dancer, the growing trend is right on time, as she believes “sex sells” and it will only lead to more attention for the artists.
The popular dancer exotic dancer, who also operates her own erotically themed website, says she herself has also joined the trend, as she was featured in Demarco’s viral video for his “Link Up” single.
Kyla was however quick to advise artist to use the services of professional strippers for their videos as opposed to regular promo girls, which she claims only dance and are not really sexy.
The dancer did not disclose how much artists actually pay for her appearances but did reveal that it doesn’t come cheaply.