The Jamaican Reggae Dancehall music industry has always been a thing of the people and for the people. Its been a reflection of the country’s society by its own. Since his release Busy Signal has been trying his best to salvage whats left of his career. With scheduled press conferences and interviews done, he has yet to or his team has failed to, reintroduce him in a manner that’s fitting for an artiste who brought Jamaica’s reputation once more into disrepute.
New York, USA : As quoted by one of the digital distribution kingpin’s in dancehall who contacted me with their feedback following the first article, “everything you said was true and continues to be so. We have new clients that come to us every day with the same issues people have had for 2 years”. I could go on and fill this article with ten pages of testimonies from many respected people who have suffered from the tyranny of this wolf. Continue reading
Hapilos Entertainment Group has taken the rare step to address its critics and respond to a release posted on the internet attacking its Executive Vice President Johnny Wonder.
First, let’s call the article for what it is. The article is a poorly written, hateful, calculating, malicious press release written with only one purpose in mind and that is character assassination. Based on the overwhelming responses we have received from the hundreds of producers and artistes across the globe that currently have active distribution deals with us and the general public on a whole, it is clear that this release is being taken for what it is which is a hateful attempt at destroying the reputation of Johnny Wonder. An individual which even the attacker conceded has done so much for reggae music. The writer who proclaims herself to be an “artist” who was handed down bad “customer service” is a coward who did not reveal herself and shouldn’t strive to be anything but anonymous. We Stand 100 percent behind our Executive VP Johnny Wonder and we have every confidence in him.
The Dancehall & Reggae community has come to its peak in recent weeks with an excess of music that lacks creativity and quality. There has been an outcry for a form of quality control within this particular music industry for as long as we can remember. There has been a need for a quality control sector which disallows certain music that doesn’t meet the regulated standards of production from being distributed within this market.
In lieu of the Grammy Reggae Album Nominations and Sizzla performance at the recent staging of Sting, one would expect that the organizers of the most recognized entertainment award show worldwide would seek to distance themselves from the act and his pronouncements.
NEW YORK, USA (Shuzzr PR): Known as the Global Reggae Chart, Video Alley- Reggae Top Ten, Suzie Q- Host / Producer of Video Alley – Reggae Top Ten is bursting with joy; it has been a glorious year as she gives thanks as the end of 2013 draws closer. Continue reading
NEW YORK, USA (Shuzzr PR) – Known for producing some of Reggae and Dancehall latest hits, Major Lazer, recently released another club sensation titled ‘Lose Themselves ‘ featuring high riding dancehall stars RDX. Continue reading
NEW YORK, USA (Shuzzr PR) – New York based Dancehall artiste, Drew Angel says he’s ready to take his place in the every growing and changing dancehall industry. The upcoming artiste who was born in Franklin Town, East Kingston was exposed to hardcore dancehall from a tender age. Continue reading
NEW YORK, USA (Shuzzr PR) – After embarking on their ‘Bangers European Tour’ over a month ago. Top Tier Dancehall act ,RDX, got a bit a of a scare as they were involved in a vehicular accident in Amsterdam.
This unfortunate accident couldn’t daunt the spirits of Dancehall’s most energetic act or slowed the movement down, as they were determined to not just complete the tour but spread the Jamaican culture to fans across Europe and other parts of the world. As the energy surged, RDX audience grew as fans came out to see the Delomar and Renigade perform hits after hits, dispelling speculations and cementing the notion of their supremacy . Continue reading