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Protoje, lead singer for The Indiggnation band has  release a new mixtape called Music From My Heart commemorating of the start of the band’s summer tour schedule.

Protoje & The Indiggnation has left for the United States this week for multiple west coast events including California where they will perform at the Sierra Nevada World Music Festival. The eight-member band will travel to Europe thereafter.

Music From My Heart combines tracks from The 8 Year Affair album with additional tracks featuring Sizzla Kalonji, Kabaka Pyramid, Chronixx and Jah9. It is mixed by DJ Yaadcore, who is also responsible for Protoje’s two previous mixtapes. Yaadcore is the selector for the I&I Worldwide sound system and also airs his radio program, Reggae Aroma, on HOT 102FM.

2.Music From My Heart
3.Burning Fire #MFMH
4.Hail Ras Tafari
5.Legitimate – Jah 9 ft. Protoje
6.8 Year Affair
7.Young General #MFMH
8. I&I
9. New Generation #MFMH
10. Reggae Revival ft. Romain Virgo
11. Shot By Love ft. Toi
12. Black Cinderella
13. Hold You Down
14. Someone Like You ft. Tessanne Chin
15. Come My Way
16. Around The World ft. Chris Watts
17. Who Dem A Program
18. Purple Like Ribena #MFMH
19. This is NOT a Marijuana Song
20. Evil Display
21. Warrior – Kabaka Pyramid ft. Protoje
22. Selassie Souljah – Chronixx ft. Kabaka Pyramid, Protoje & Sizzla
23. Where Is The Good News??? #MFMH
24. Kingston Be Wise
25. Militancy Riddim
26. I&I WorldWide #MFMH
27. Outro

Flo Rida confirmed for Reggae Sumfest


Summerfest Productions, organisers of the “Greatest Reggae Show on Earth” – Reggae Sumfest has announced the addition of international hip-hop mogul Flo Rida to the line up for International Night 1 on Friday, July 26 at Catherine Hall, Montego Bay.

Johnny Gourzong, Executive Director of Summerfest Productions, expressed that he is impressed by Flo Rida’s catalog of hits.  “Flo Rida is a great complement to this year’s show, he has done very well over the past few years with a lot on internationally recognised hits. We are really glad to have him on the show, he will be bringing the full experience to the festival, full band, dancers and everything, so it’s a big full show on International Night 1.”

Nominated for six Billboard Awards in 2013; and with hits such as Whistle and I Cry from his fourth studio album Wild Ones, Flo Rida is expected to attract droves of patrons to the second city for the 21st staging of the Festival.

Wild Ones (originally titled Only One Rida (Part 2) was released in July 2012 and has debuted four singles from the album on the Billboard top 10 with the track Whistle holding the #1 spot in 20 countries, including the United States. Good Feeling peaked at #3 in the US and topped the charts in Austria, Germany, Scotland and the UK while making the top five in nine other countries. Other hits from the album receiving much rave across the world are Right Round ft. Kesha, Elevator ft. Timberland and In the Ayre ft. Will. I. Am.

Quite an extensive traveller, Flo Rida states this will be his first ever performance in the island. “Over the last few years, I’ve been everywhere — Africa, Japan, Greece, South America, Russia, the Middle East, Australia, India, Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia; but never to Jamaica. I am excited,” says the hip-hop sensation.  The chart topper will share the stage with Jamaican reggae legends Beres Hammond, Barrington Levy, Tarrus Riley and others on the Festival’s International Night 1.

The star studded line-up this year, will showcase the young and dynamic hit makers emerging today,Sumfest including Grammy Award winning R&B singer Miguel, reggae artistes; Damian ” Jr. Gong ” Marley & The Ghetto Youths International Crew, Romain Virgo, Chronixx, Nature,  and dynamic performers No-Maddz. Dancehall newcomers Baby Tash and Blade are preparing to wow Sumfest audiences alongside young stars like; Tommy Lee, Popcaan, Aidonia, QQ, RDX and not to mention headliners Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Lady Saw, I-Octane and more.

Reggae Sumfest kicks off with the Beach party on Sunday, July 21 and continues with Dancehall Night and International Nights 1 and 2 from July 25 to 27. The 2013 staging of Reggae Sumfest is sponsored by Digicel, the Jamaica Tourist Board, Iberostar Hotels & Resorts, Secrets Resorts, Red Stripe, Pepsi and Courts, Grand Palladum, Half Moon, Holiday Inn and Round Hill Hotel.

Tickets for show nights are now available online on the website or visit for updates


OMI – My Old Lady

Editor’s Pick

Artist: OMI

Producer: Clifton ‘Specialist’ Dillon

Album: None (Promo Single)

Label: Oufah Music

Mother’s Day was more than a month ago but, hey, it’s never a bad time to show some appreciation for the woman who brought you into the world. On Booth debut and new promo single My Old Lady, Clarendon, Jamaica’s OMI does just that, honoring the most important woman in his life over a mid-tempo, keyboard-driven beat by Clifton ‘Specialist’ Dillon. After expressing his gratitude for all the basics—carrying him for nine months, feeding him, clothing him, wiping his nose—the singer gets a little more personal, describing how his mom rose to the challenge of single parenthood after his father passed away. This poignant dedication isn’t attached to a larger project but, if it’s struck a chord, you can watch our pages for more fresh material from the rising reggae star.





Kingston, Jamaica: Friday June 21, 2013: The finals of the Wray & Nephew Contender promises to offer patrons much more than just a thrilling boxing match with appearances by artistes Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Assassin, and Bugle added to the entertainment package.

The finals of the Wray & Nephew Contender will be held on Wednesday, June 26, at the National Indoor Sports Centre and will feature boxers Devon “Concrete” Moncrieffe and Tsetsi “Lights Out” Davis fighting it out for the chance to be crowned the 2013 Wray & Nephew Contender.

Speaking on the entertainment package for the finals, Cecil Smith, Marketing Manager for Owned Brands at J. Wray & Nephew Limited said:

“On top of watching the most highly anticipated boxing match for 2013 between Devon “Concrete” Moncrieffe and Tsetsi “Lights Out” Davis, we decided to turn things up even more for our loyal Wray & Nephew Contender fans by offering a top flight entertainment package.

“Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Assassin, and Bugle, will entertain patrons at the Wray & Nephew Contender finals in a safe and secure setting, at the unbeatable price of $500 for General Admission.

“We have set the price of general admission for the event at $500, so that Jamaicans over the age of 18 can come out and enjoy this thrilling night of sports and musical entertainment. The Wray & Nephew Contender is an adults-only event. All persons attending the final must be 18 years and over, and will be required to produce a national ID to enter the National Indoor Sports Centre,” Mr. Smith added.

Both Beenie Man and Bounty Killer have been enjoying a great year for 2013. Beenie Man’s Hottest Man Alive, and Bounty Killer’s Double Trouble with I-Octane, have been garnering a considerable amount of airplay.  Bugle is also a radio staple with his infectious hit single Nuh Compatible.

Assassin a.k.a Agent Sasco, is in the midst of a career-defining run, as he is one of the select few artistes to be featured on international phenomenon Kanye West’s latest album Yeezus.

The final of the third season of the Wray & Nephew Contender Boxing series will be held at the National Indoor Sports Centre. Gates open for the event at 7:00 p.m. and TVJ will air the fight live starting at 9:30 p.m. Ticket prices are $500 for General Admission, with VIP costing $2,000 pre-sold and $2,500 at the gate. Ticket outlets are Western Sports in Twin Gates Shopping Centre, Petcom on Dunrobin Avenue, and Just Call Couriers.

Launched in 2010, the Wray & Nephew Contender has enjoyed unprecedented success.  The television show has enjoyed record viewership during each of the three seasons and the live fights at the Chinese Benevolent Association have also attracted sell-out crowds each week.  The Wray and Nephew Contender is run in association with the Jamaica Boxing Board of Control.