Wednesday, October 10, 2007
People... Ive been out of touch for a while you know doing my thing..
http://www.jam247.tv/ will be streaming live BEMBE THURSDAY from Jamaica and its free THIS Thursday...... I mean tonight starting approximately 10pm...
Let me tell you about BEMBE Thursday it is a party that has alot of DJ's rocking the house and people dancing and vibing to reggae and dancehall music....and guess what you can see them live for FREE!!!!!....... This is sure going to be hot!!!!!
HOT girls dancing on their head tops..... latest fashion, Jamaican celebrities hanging out on the stage...yeah it is going be real hot and banging.......
You can soon watch caribbean sports, entertainment and orginal programming live...damn this is going to be HOTTTT!!!!!!!
Monday, October 1, 2007
The hit single “SHAKE” by Santalina and KC Jockey has recently been picked up by two independent films. “After Autumn” directed by Jamal Hill, features platinum recording artistLil’ Zane (Finding Forrester, Dr. Dolittle 2) and the beautiful SundayCarter (State Property 1&2, Soul Plane). It’s a story based off of a love triangle set in Philadelphia. The song “SHAKE” is played in a critical club scene as Sunday Carter is introduced to Lil’ Zane’s character. This movie is slated for a spring 2008 release.
The song was also picked up by a non-profit film entitled “Mind, Body, Mask” following the life of six different specially challenged hockey goalie and their struggles to follow their passions. This film is slated for a summer 2008 release.
The video for “SHAKE” recently broke a Billboard.com record for “Most Video Plays by an Unsigned Artist”. It received 59,615 spins in 3 days according to http://www.singingfool.com/. Way to go Santalina and KC!
There are heightened calls to ban Elephant Man and Sizzla from performing at multiple concerts in Canada from gay rights groups. This opposition is becoming quite frequent for reggae dancehall artists when on tour. The groups claim that the Sizzla and Elephant Man "perform music it says incites violence against gays and lesbians." Toronto based group, Canadian Caribbean Human Rights Group, are calling Sizzla and Elephant Man by name stating they are both known for their antigay lyrics. "Compared to these two, (rapper) Eminem is much less expressive in inciting violence and murder," said Akim Larcher, a spokesperson for the Stop Murder Music campaign."Artists have the right to free speech, but their presence in Canada can be perceived as a licence to incite violence.
Canada has banned anti-Jew, anti-black people from entering the country. This should be no different.""Concert promoters have a responsibility not to provide a platform for artists that openly promote violence against any group in society," said Helen Kennedy, executive director of Egale Canada, a campaign supporter. "We hope that the promoters will do the right thing and cancel these concerts."Thus far the venue for the Elephant Man venue in St. Catharines has been cancelled. Read more on ttgapers
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