The Vendetta boss isn’t worrying about the charts as he says in the new single titled Impact. Produced at Sego Don Records the new Alkaline song talks about how he has made an impact:

Me nuh really worry bout di chats
Me nuh worry ’bout some likkle man weh a try diss weh soon lost
Wha’ you see a wha’ you get, not a façade
Always create moments, we never live inna di past

From me likkle me a say, anytime me get in, me haffi lef’ an impact
(Impact, impact)




In the new interview Romeich of Romeich Entertainment and Shenseea’s producer address what might have been the biggest controversy of the month

Just a few days ago Vybz Kartel dropped the original version of ‘Loodi’, the song that brought young Jamaican artist Shenseea into the scene. On VybzKartelVEVO, the official Worldboss channel, the song was accompanied with a description “My song was never a collaboration!” .

This led to Worldboss’ fans calling out Romeich and his team for stealing Kartel’s song. Addressing the rumor, Romeich said, “Elvis sent the song to a friend and say he would like a female to feature with Kartel.” Elvis is the producer at So Unique Records who produced the song for Kartel.

“And we said fine. Thats Vybz Kartel, who wouldn’t want to do a song with Vybz Kartel.” Romeich went on to detail how the transaction happened, saying that he got Elvis to send him the song.

One of the biggest drama about the song is that Kartel wrote almost all of the lyrics, comparing the original song to the one with Shenseea showed how she just turned Kartel’s lyrics to her own. The owner of Romeich Entertainment addressed this by saying he was requested to keep the chorus and use Kartel’s lyrics “as much as possible.”

Shenseea appeared unmoved by the controversy in the video. She also posted an Instagram story singing ‘the more them fight we the stronger we get.’

In the 17 minutes OnstageTV interview which you can check below, Romeich also confessed that he got a call from Kartel’s team telling him not to release the song, but Elvis told him to ignore them.


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Alkaline & Sean Paul – Gyalis Pro (Clean)
Alkaline & Sean Paul – Gyalis Pro (Raw)
Charly Black – Compliments (Raw)
GC Ft Shaggy – Nah Nah Who
Jahmiel – What Love Is
Mavado – Touch & Leggo
OcG – More Pon
Shenseea – Nothing Dem Kno Have Ova Me (Raw)
Rage – Owna Money
Dj Frass Records – Crazy Glue Riddim



RENOWNED Jamaican dancehall star, Sheldon Campbell, popularly known as Turbulence, and compatriot, Mega Banton alongside Ghana’s music star, Episode, will tomorrow headline the Three Cities One Unity Reggae Tour set for Golden Mile Motel in Kwekwe.

Turbulence makes a return to Zimbabwe after four years, having staged his maiden performance in the country in 2013.

The One Unity Reggae Tour, that will also feature local acts among them Andy Muridzo, is being organised by Red Fox Entertainment in conjunction with Pacific Storm.

After the opening show, the following day they take their acts to Bulawayo, with a performance at BAC Leisure Centre, before rounding up the tour in Harare at Glamis Arena on Independence Day Eve.

Speaking to NewsDay on the side-lines of a press conference in the capital Dave of Yard 1 Promote, who is also part of the Jamaican entourage, said the tour is meant to foster unity among musicians across genres, with particular attention to reggae music.

“We are trying to make sure that we have a variety of music to unify everyone despite age and taste so that we encompass all generations be it daughters, mothers, grandmothers or sons, fathers and grandfathers,” he said.

“It is all about music, the initiative of this tour is to push for unity among musicians, especially for reggae artistes and their fans.”

The event’s local promoter, Robert Zhuwao of Red Fox Entertainment said the concept is meant to demonstrate the love that exists within reggae music and celebrate this through music of all genres, as music is universal.

“The One Unity One Reggae initiative is meant to unify Zimbabwean artistes and give them a chance to showcase their talent alongside Jamaican artistes, thereby, enabling them to reach a wider audience leading to growth of their fan base,” he said.

“Given today’s struggles, there is too much fussing and fighting, this is so even in the arts industry, let music lead the call for unity, let it also lead the call for one love.”


First posted on NewsDay

False news has been circulating all over social media that the incarcerated chanter Buju Banton, born Mark Myrie will be released early this January.

Buju was arrested in 2009 on three counts of cocaine trafficking. A fourth gun related charge was dropped by a federal judge. He was subsequently sentenced to serve 10 years behind bars.

Incarcerated Buju Banton

According to a trusted source Buju Banton will be released December 8, 2018 and nothing has changed according to the US Federal Bureau of Prisons website which firmly indicates so.

Initially the “Destiny” singer was slated to be released in 2019 which would be around the 10-year mark of his sentencing including his stint in prior and during his trial. But in 2015 the reggae star received a small reprieve in his sentencing that saw his stint reduced by one to two months. This means that the Gargamel will be home with his family for Christmas next year.

Alkaline – Block & Delete
Beenie Man x Camar – Hot Brain (Raw),
Beenie Man x Camar – Hot Brain (Clean),
Chi Ching Ching – Mekki Money,
Demarco – the Party Wild,
Kes – Hot No Lie,
Mavado – Money Girls & Fun (Raw),
Mavado – Money Girls & Fun (Clean),
OCG – Living My Dream (Raw),
OCG – Living My Dream (Clean),
Tarrus Riley x Fambo – Love Issues,
Tifa – Side Chick Upgrade,
Vybz Kartel – Training Wheel (Raw),
Vybz Kartel – Training Wheel (Clean),
Zagga – Hold You Down,
Chimney Records – Toll Road Riddim


Vybz Kartel is staring down a big legal showdown in the Jamaican appeal court later this year. The dancehall star has been waiting on his appeal for two years now and seems things are finally moving forward.

Kartel’s lawyer Tom Tavares-Finson has revealed that the transcripts for his appeal are now ready.

“The transcripts have been reviewed, and we were told that they have been copying and numbering the pages over the last couple of months. As you can well imagine, it is a couple of boxes of transcripts, but we have been informed that within the next week, it will be finished and Vybz Kartel will receive it, and then he can instruct his legal team, whosoever he chooses, to act and start the appeal process,” Tavares-Finson said.

Vybz Kartel, born Adidja Palmer was convicted of murder in 2014 and was sentenced to life in prison. He will have to server 35 years before being eligible for parole.

Legal experts have argued that Vybz Kartel has a good chance of winning his appeal and have his murder conviction overturn given the numerous problems with the case including evidence tampering and witness intimidation.

Kartel and his three co-convicts have maintained their innocence.

The former Portmore Empire deejay is gearing up to release his new album King of the Dancehall next month.

News Source: UrbanIslandz