Rising artist “Spontaneous” has released “Pree Dem A Pree Mi video featuring Drezion, it is the debut single from his upcoming “Mus Bus” EP which will be distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital. The single is a Tenament Yard/Quick Mixx music production and the video was directed by Kemstyle Studios.

The idea for the song came from Spontaneous rising status in the entertainment industry since Magnum Kings & Queens and Rising Star Competition. While working in the studio, Spontaneous lamented to Drezion on the unfortunate circumstances where friends became foes and his every actions became monitored. Drezion stated to him “Pree Dem A Pree” and from there the song was born. “Pree dem a pree mi tru mi links dem tun up a road, Pree dem a pree mi tru mi step up in a life and crush dem out like a toad” sings Drezion.

The rising artist recognizes that on his musical road there will be deterrents but his faith in God and family keeps him grounded “Giving thanks and praise to the Most High” says Spontaneous. He is fortunate to be mentored by a man who wears many hats, the Tenament Yard Records CEO/Producer and artist “Drezion” and his manager “Quick Mixx”.

Spontaneous is slated for many upcoming live performances and television appearances, to keep up with the artist, please visit:








Born in the rural part of Clarendon – the talented spontaneous was born to sing. From an early age he was a free spirited person who was immersed in his art. Always reeling tunes on the spur-of-the-moment off the top of his head and the tip of his tongue. Spontaneous’ family moved to Kingston in an effort to make life better for the family. Living with relatives and going to school .

This youngster never lost his passion for music as he continues streaming rhythmic tunes. Training for a heavy duty general license he went on to work with an established Jamaican firm. Spontaneous became affectionately known as DJ in his work circles – as that was what he did all the time keeping other people’s spirits up while “trodding” along. Obviously talented at penning and naturally free styling lyrics .

Spontaneous would do the odd show and jobs which presented opportunities to him. He entered the Rising Star Competition and Magnum Kings & Queens he also collaborated in 2003 with US artiste King Elements on a Sonic Sounds video called Boody Roll. Spontaneous now moves on to the renaissance of his career. He is signed to Quickmixx Music/Tenament Yard –He is matching the best and exceeding the rest – Giving thanks and praise to the Most High.
MC Spontaneous – Lyrics Naturally!

Drezion & Tenament Yard Records:
Tenament Yard Records is the brainchild of the creative genius Andre ‘Drezion’ Bailey. Drezion made his debut on the music scene as a rhythm composer. He has contributed to the albums and singles of international chart toppers such as Rihanna, Lil Wayne, India Arie and many others. He has been responsible for the composing of a number of dancehall rhythms such as ‘Resident Evi’l and ‘Slaughter House’.

Drezion aka Andre Bailey (b. November 15, 1985) hails from Kingston, Jamaica. As a youth he was introduced into the world of music by being exposed to a variety of instruments in church. It was evident that music came naturally to Drezion, as he could instantly learn and repeat any piece of music presented to him. Learning by ear enabled him to be proficient on a variety instruments beginning with drums, guitar, bass and finally finding his true calling on keyboards. Throughout his academic career he won trophys at JCDC and was a top student at Enda Manley College, which he attended until 2007.

During college, Drezion was introduced to Anchor Records and began working closely with Gussie Clarke in a studio setting. This was a turning point in Drezion’s budding career as a professional musician, as he also found a passion for making beats. This natural talent grew and therefore drew attention from Father Romie of Exodus Studio/Soundstyem and Vybz Kartel, making him the first producer for Portmore Empire. The collaboration produced beats like “Skin Will Burn”, “First Chapter” and “Evil Deeds”. Before he even finished college, he was pursued by Morgan Heritage to play keyboards with them. For five years, Drezion toured and recorded with Morgan Heritage and is now the Musical Director for their solo projects.


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Despite the wet weather, recent decline in patrons supporting international artistes and high ticket prices, high riding international dancehall artiste Konshens was still able to pull over twenty-thousand patrons to Kyadondo Rugby Grounds, Kampala, for Uganda’s Golden Jubilee.


On Friday October 5, Konshens was added to the “music history book”. By 8:00 p.m. the traffic outside the Kampala Rugby Grounds was bumper to bumper. Patrons started rolling into the venue and taking their positions for the night. Konshens would take the stage at a few minutes before 11:00 p.m. in a burgandy and black plaid blazer, white t-shirt, dark blue jeans and burgandy combat boots. The crowd erupted as they heard “How Da Party Ya Look Suh” from offstage. Konshens entered the stage serving hits one after the other including ‘Forward’, ‘No Retreat No Surrender’, ‘Bad Gyal’, and Simple Song.


Konshens later declared during his performance “Uganda and Jamaica are both 50 years old and tonight, I will make sure you get value for each dollar you spent at the entrance“.
He introduced SubKonshus artist Darrio who electrified the crowd with his single “Hold On” and “School Fee”. Another crowd pleaser was “Siddung”, the number one song in Jamaica which is currently being played in the clubs and on radio in Uganda.
“This was one of the best shows ever in Ugandan history, we thank Konshens and can’t wait for him to come back to Uganda” says a fan who attended the concert.


During his set, Konshens introduced Ugandan artist Jose Chameleon who sampled his song Valu Valu. The crowd went wild and Konshens reinforced the point that Chameleon is the baddest artist in Uganda.
“It was an epic night….Happy 50th Uganda and Thanks for the Love” Konshens said.
Back in Jamaica, Konshens is gearing up for a host of events he has scheduled this Heroes Weekend on the island. Then he is off to New York for his final performance in the city for the year, on Wednesday, October 17th 2012 at SOBs.
For tickets to Konshens Hot97 Who’s Next “Reggae Edition” please contact Destine Media at347-497-8874 or
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At approximately 4:30 a.m. on Saturday, October 6, International Reggae Artist Anthony B, collapsed shortly after his performance at a Dallas, Texas night club and is now hospitalized.
At this time there is no confirmation from the doctors as to the exact diagnosis, but we strongly believe that Anthony B has been overworked and strongly suspect dehydration” says Ronnie Tomlinson, Anthony B’s publicist.
It is still unknown how long he will be admitted for but as the information becomes available, his fans and the public will be notified. Anthony B is currently admitted at the Methodist Dallas Medical Center, Dallas TX.
We are praying for a speedy recovery as we have faith Jah Rastafari will see him through.

Bahama Boyz performing alongside Young Gunz and Rick Ross

The Bahama Boyz are getting ready for their next performance on October 27th, 2012 alongside Jah Hem, Young Gunz and hip hop superstar Rick Ross.

The “Rich Forever” concert will be held at Club Rozay aka Mario’s Entertainment Complex in Nassau, Bahamas and will be hosted by popular reality star Joseline Hernandez of VH1’s “Love & Hip Hop Atlanta.”

Flow and HD of the Bahama Boyz have performed with many music heavyweights before such as Keyshia Cole, Buju Banton, Morgan Heritage, and Jah Cure and are ready now to take the stage before Rick Ross.

“As an artist you can appreciate an artist like Rick Ross, knowing how strong his work ethic is,” explains Flow “His music speaks for itself. It’s up to the time, refreshing, a new style he’s on a roll with now.”

The Bahama Boyz will also bring their style to the concert. Patrons can expect an energetic performance featuring the latest Bahama Boyz single “Overcome” with Jamaican dancehall artist Bugle as well as other singles such as “It’s Like That,” “Dreams,” “Keep It Going” and “Get Dough.”

“Our fans can expect the best performance up to date!” says Flow, and adds “This will be our first time performing our new single ‘Overcome‘ to the public so we just want the fans to come out and show their full support because ‘Bahama Boyz’ will be there live in living colors to bring forth our music.”