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Wayne Marshall Go Hard album

After a short hiatus from the music scene, Wayne Marshall is now back and going harder than ever. The artiste known widely for his song "Legalize Ganja" and his collaboration 'My Heart' with Mavado, is currently working on a new album exclusively being produced by Ghet­­to Youths International recording label.

Fans are getting their first taste of the work in progress with the release of the single 'Go Hard'. The track produced by Baby G's Yard Music, features a stellar compilation of Jamaican music heavy weights including Damian Marley, Sizzla, Bounty Killer, I-Octane, Aidonia and Vybz Kartel. Of course rounding up so many high profile artistes was no easy task but Marshall relayed he was up for the challenge, noting that "Dancehall music needs this kind of unity."Its barley been a week since 'Go Hard' has surfaced and the feedback has been quite favourable. In fact Marshall has already started planning several remixes for the song.

He told Jamaicansmusic that he is working acidulously on his album which is slated for release between the last quarter of 2012 and the first two month of 2013. So far the album title is undecided with True Colour and Go Hard being the most likely candidates. Collaborations thus far includes Tarrus Riley, Konshens and Damian Marley among others currently "in the works."  The artiste is quite ecstatic about his new project and also plans to release a video for 'Go hard' in short order. He told Jamaicansmusic, "This is definitely the best work of my life. I am a more complete artiste than before as I am more involved in the theory behind the music, playing instruments and the production in general. My fans will feel the difference in the quality of music."

Aside from his album, he is also involved in a major collaborative effort with Damian Marley, Tarrus Riley and TOK dedicated to the celebration of Jamaica's 50th anniversary of Independence. He shared that this project seeks to highlight where we are coming from as a people musically and channel the essence of where we are going.

LYRICS TO "GUH HARD" 

G from you say hard we go hard and done wid the big money clip like the coil cah done you see the black diamond pon me neck a long dung a five pointer you know what kind of money run yea From you say hard we go hard and done wid the big money clip like the coil cah done you see the black diamond pon me neck a long dung a five pointer you know what kind of money run yea

Donia: Me niggy say fi chop dem so me chop dem like a cold jelly dem don't ready wid old medi yo don't penny my flow steady my doe spenny is so many bling frozery no rosary dem know me lyrics stinka than dead body when the crow smelly man full a gal how many can't check it so many dem lost ina me torch me can't find dem ina me bold berry me gal dem hot like Yendi belly flat like dem nah have no belly dem see Marshall ice bright like dem a look ina one scope tele 

Agent Sasco: Dem say go hard or go home naturally we going hard cause we nuh ready fi go a we yard sickning with the swag if a shopping so you know we spend a bag like a shopaholic with a black card Loui catalogue When we a record spitting these bars ano snickers no it's more like alkatraz when we say we doing hard times it nuh mean say times hard it's jus the time on me Audamaz Octane: Then watch ya now my golds dem real pon me finger ice dem cold and freeze like the winter mek every catty wah wheel pon me ninja bike that's why dem a peep a me window 

Wayne Marshall: We go hard when we step ina the booth fi record when we say hard this is not a fasaud we go hard like a armored security gaurd and we will shell dung the place and we nuh have no regard If going hard is a crime then i'm guilty as charged To how me hot i am a fire hazzard Come fi u food and we nuh need no reward because we a the tuffest ting a yard and abroad 

Chorus: G from you say hard we go hard and done wid the big money clip like the coil cah done you see the black diamond pon me neck a long dung a five pointer you know what kind of money run 

Bounty Killer: From dem say hard we go extrahardinary so tell all the enemies dem and the adversaries we do crime and we do the time so dem nuh hard fi bury ano nuttn fi we live out a we commisary Say dem hard but dem nuh hard yet man a the hardest thing regardless have gal a me yard a go hard a sing all note ya pon me cordless see dem a pose up like dem hard dem jus a wait ya fi a audit(hard hit) we shoot dem like a target then Missa Madden dem haffi morgue it 

Junior Gong: Now me go hard pon everyline like how mount everest hard fi climb me go hard like original wailers Peter Bunny Bob combined like election in eighty one new years eve ina ninety nine we go hard like a circumstance that mek prime ministers resign we go harder than Mohamed Ali dem ina dem prime harder than a diamond i'm even harder to find harder than platinum cause i'm one of a kind harder than the chance of getting Kartel on the line 

Vybz Kartel: Aright den pernemanem pernemanem pernemanem pernemanem a the world boss this teacher me name some man a say bleacher me name dem say me wah turn eminem Kartel and marshall again ina the dancehall tenement we a set trend again people a ask if we turn fren again we wasn't enemies so we nah matter them 

Chorus: G from you say hard we go hard and done wid the big money clip like the coil cah done you see the black diamond pon me neck a long dung a five pointer you know what kind of money run yea from you say hard we go hard and done wid the big money clip like the coil cah done you see the black diamond pon me neck a long dung a five pointer you know what kind of money run yea I'ma go hard

 

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Last Updated on Monday, 14 January 2013 22:31

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P.Diddy hosts Bad Boys Sound Clash In Jamaica

International superstar Sean Combs more popularly known by the moniker P.Diddy joined forces with promotional guru Supreme Promotions and Downsound Records' Josef Bogdanovich for 'Bad Boys Clash'. Supreme Promotions CEO, Isiah Laing who is also the brainchild behind the annual Dancehall stage show 'Sting' quickly organized the event for Diddy who reached out to him earlier in the week. In a matter of 24 hours plans were finalized and news of the impromptu event spread like wild fire. The Ciroc sponsored sound clash was hosted at the Lime Light Entertainment complex and was free to the public. As one could imagine scores of patrons flocked the venue anxious to see the music mogul live in action. The night commenced when P.Diddy entered the stage to welcome those in attendance and then gave a little performance much to the delight of the audience. The high energy of his performance was intensified when Dancehall artistes Beenie Man, Flippa Mafia, Kiprich and Ninja Man joined him on stage.

Thereafter emcee of the night Nuffy soon introduced Dancehall's newest sensation Tommy Lee. And then it was time to get the real show underway, the sound clash! At stake would be P.Diddy contribution of $20,000USD ($1.8 million JA) for which sound system giants Tony Matterhorn, Bass Odyssey and Foota Hype were to contend. At the end of it all, song for song, dub for dub, Tony Matterhorn was deemed the winner.

The star studded event ended with an after party at the complex with Diddy, his belle pop singer Cassie and a host of Jamaica's high profile names.

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Last Updated on Monday, 14 January 2013 22:34

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I Octane New Single Gal a Gimme Bun

Dancehall singjay I-Octane has released a new reggae single that is ure to resonate with alot of fellas, including Mr. Vegas. “Gal A Gimmie Bun”  produced by Seanizzle Records on the Bunna Man Riddim, is I-Octane’s latest single burning up the charts! Mi naan spend no time with mi gyal And mi gyal a gimmi bun

Last Updated on Monday, 14 January 2013 22:37

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Vybz Kartel celebrated his 37th birthday earlier this week behind bars as he is still facing several charges.

Dancehall artiste Vybz Kartel celebrated his 37th birthday earlier this week behind bars as he is still facing several charges.

However, along with his birthday celebration, members of his musical team are of the view that the artiste should be crowned the new king of dancehall.

The controversial artiste maintained a strong presence in dancehall for the majority of 2012 due to the success of his pre-recorded material. He also received his first nod from the internationally acclaimed Grammy organisation after his album Pon Di Gaza Mi Sey was nominated for the provisional list for this year's Grammy award in the category of Best Reggae Album.

Former road manager for Vybz Kartel, Calvin 'Moonie' Haye, believes the demand for Kartel's music by dancehall fans is testimony that he rules dancehall.

"Vybz Kartel still has a presence in the dancehall and if his songs aren't played its like nuh dance naah keep and it's the same for radio, so Vybz Kartel is the King of Dancehall, a di people dem a sey suh. Right now a lot of artiste cyah find nuh hit because Vybz Kartel deh a jail and dem used to bridge his ideas a one boss and anymore boss a basket," Moonie said.

Dancehall singjay Gaza Slim also shared a similar view.

"To how the crowd see it Vybz Kartel is the King of Dancehall, he is the world boss, he is everything. From Vybz Kartel absent yu see anything badda dan him? It's like yu cooking curried goat without the curry. Vybz Kartel is the flavour of dancehall suh a him fi get King a di dancehall title," she continued.

"Mi nuh know nothing bout some artiste, dem have dem opinion, but in my opinion Vybz Kartel is the king. Him deh jail and still a run di place and a dem should a run di place. If yu guh to a party and yu nuh hear no Vybz kartel di people dem a guh cuss. Vybz Kartel will not even be surprised by the title because him know sey him a di baddest," Gaza Slim said.

Unique Records producer Elvis Redwood believes Vybz Kartel has earned himself a huge and loyal fanbase due to his versatility.

"He is just versatile and he doesn't do one kind of music - he has girl songs, social commentary, bad songs and he holds the people by doing all forms of music and not just one topic. For 2013, we just hope he gets bail and continue to put out good music," Redwood said

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Last Updated on Monday, 14 January 2013 21:45

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