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Empress Akua’s Music in Demand Following New Releases

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Following the release of an album in 2016 and a new single in March, 2017, Empress Akua has seen growing demand for her music locally and internationally
Following the release of an album in 2016 and a new single in March, 2017, Empress Akua has seen growing demand for her music locally and internationally. The singer has not only been added to the lineup of several shows, her new single, “It’s Cold Out There,” has also been receiving thousands of plays on a number of streaming portals, including SoundCloud.

Among the artist’s most recent appearances include last summer’s Reggae Mountain in Topanga Canyon, California; the Aids Awareness Reggae Festival on December 1 in Los Angeles, and U-31 in early February, which took place in San Diego. For upcoming shows, the singer is booked to appear at an Earth Day event on April 23 at the World Beat Center in San Diego, as well as at Winston’s Beach Club on May 10, also in San Diego.
The recent interest in Akua’s music comes after the Los Angeles based vocalist built up an impressive resume in the music business. She is well-known within the reggae music fraternity, starting out as a backup singer, before opening shows for big-name artists and appearing as a guest performer on others. She has shared stages with major acts such as Ini Kamoze, Shine Head, Shaggy, Sean Paul, T.I., Jimmy Cliff, and Black Eyed Peas. In addition, she has recorded studio vocals for a number of popular artists, including Rick James, El Jai, Eek-a-Mouse, and Andrew Bees, who is a lead singer for Grammy-winning group, Black Uhuru. The singer has also worked on musical projects with Tina Marie, Left Eye, and Grammy winner, L.V.
Empress Akua writes and arranges all her songs and has released music on CD Baby, iTunes, Tidal, Spotify, and YouTube. She notes that she was introduced to reggae music at an early age, which has influenced her sound and style to contain elements of the genre, as well as hip hop.
New demand for Akua’s music follows several personal achievements she has made over the years. They include placement of two of her songs in three films, and another being used as the theme for a major festival. Her album, Lioness, was released in March 2016 and saw the self-titled Sweet Messenger touring parts of the United States. In addition, she has been offered a number of record deals and was once with Pioneer Records. She is now signed to Issachar Muzic, based in Los Angeles.
About Empress Akua
Born and raised in South Central Los Angeles, Empress Akua’s ancestry can be traced back to the New Guinea Aboriginals and native Cherokee Indians. She names Judy Mowatt, Lauryn Hill, and Tanya Stephens among her musical influences.
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Dillgin Releases Music Video for “Still a Work” on YouTube

Sixteen years after heating up the airwaves with his debut single, overseas-based reggae singer, Dillgin, is back at it again with the release of a video for his latest single.
April 23, 2017 – Dillgin recently released the official music video for his latest single, “Still a Work” on YouTube. The video was produced and directed by Tre Williams and can be viewed on the YouTube channel Dillgin Bailey, Marketed By Blaza Publicity, Shot on location in Jamaica, the music video for Still a Work follows closely to the lyrics of the song. It features Dillgin facing a number of struggles and rejections while trying to find employment. The determination of his character to succeed eventually pays off when he receives a call from a friend who is hearing his new song on a top radio station for the first time. With scores of views since its launch, the video has been growing in popularity as the single continues to receive airplay.
Still a Work has been in heavy rotation since being released as a single, helping Dillgin to reconnect with his fan base, locally and overseas. Most notably, it has been played a number of times on local radio station, Irie FM, which is a leading reggae music source in Jamaica. The song is also in heavy rotation in New York and is currently available for download on a number of online music stores, including iTunes and Amazon.
Dillgin, who also wears the hats of DJ, songwriter, and producer, is known for his self-produced 2001 breakout hit Cuss Cuss featuring Mark Ice. The single was featured on the VP Records compilation album, Strictly The Best 27, which has seen the artist going on tours across Europe, the Caribbean, and North America.
Known for creating conscious and uplifting music, Dillgin has also produced music for reggae and dancehall artists such as Sizzla, Beenie Man, Luciano and Anthony B. In addition, he has released several original songs through his own label, Wall Streetz Records, as well as through other companies. His songs include Jah Love is Shining, A Million Miles, and Touch You Baby.
Having relocated to California in 2010, Dillgin has relaunched his music career and is poised to make a comeback in the world of reggae music. In recent times, he has collaborated on records with artists such as Silena Murrell and guitarist Aurelien Metsch, as well as opened for California Rock Band.
The release of Dillgin’s new music video comes as the artist gets ready to launch his new album. His album release party is set for Friday, April 28 at Lost On Main nightclub in Chico, California.

About Dillgin
Born and raised in Jamaica, Dillgin seeks to spread a message of love and hope with his music. He lists his musical influences as Jimmy Cliff, Bob Marley, Beres Hammond, and Garnett Silk.

Art from the heart and soul of Ras Ikahl is visual, musical, poetical and totally real.
A manifestation of thoughts subliminal, the revelation of life’s essence. Nurtured from an early age, the fluidity of expressions developed a kaleidoscope of beauty, reaching out to diverse audience willing to accept reality displayed in a artistic forum.
Enjoy this album “Babylon’s Folly” compiled from lessons in life and visions of I on the “Frontline”.




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Allan Kerfew Releases “Time is the Master” Video on YouTube
After many years behind the scenes, the overseas-based reggae singer releases his third video on YouTube for his inspirational new song.
” The video, which was released on June 14, was filmed and produced by Blaza Visionz, a film company based in New York which also specializes in video production.
Shot on location in New York, the video provides viewers with vibrant visuals, depicting a stress-free, happy-go-lucky vibe. People from all walks of life, including Kerfew and his love interest in the video, can be seen having a good time in various settings, including the club scene and on the city streets. The video’s theme represents an authentic Caribbean flavour, showcasing vintage dance moves from the rocksteady era and a relaxed party atmosphere.
Produced with a solid story line, the video for “Time Is The Master” revolves around a central theme of not worrying about difficulties, but instead, leaving all things to time. It closely reflects the words of the song, which is likely to remind music lovers of old-time classics with similar messages, such as “Three Little Birds” by Bob Marley.
Acting is also a main component of the video’s story line. It portrays a young woman getting frustrated after failing to close a business deal but eventually coming out on top after persevering. Actors who lent their talent to the video’s message include Zola, Lavah Goodaz, Cheryl, and Troy.
With the release of his third music video, Allan Kerfew is attempting to take his music internationally, after being a staple on the New York club scene for several decades. The reggae crooner recently released only his second album, Situation, but has gained traction with older music lovers, with cover versions such as “My Best Girl” and “Mr. Bojangles” enjoying solid airplay, as well as the title track, which is an original song.“Time Is The Master” has already garnered hundreds of views since its release on YouTube. Its growing popularity comes as Kerfew works with Blaza Visionz on his third album, expected to be released in upcoming months.
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Reggae Singer Kefentse Makes Successful Comeback with New Love Song

Summary: With approximately 40 years in the music industry, reggae singer, Kefentse 1st, whose real name is Michael Smith, seems poised to taste success late in his musical career. This, as his latest single titled “The Specialist”, has been steadily gaining in popularity.

Kingston, JA,Nov 18, 2016 – Since returning to the musical scene in 1999, Kefenste has performed at several events in an attempt to reconnect with his fans. His hard work appears to be paying off as his new song has been receiving numerous spins on FM radio, as well as heavy rotation of the accompanying video on several cable stations.
A genuine reggae love song, “The Specialist” is an embodiment of Kefenste’s unique vocal skills and helps to spread the artiste’s concept of ‘love and unity for all.’
“I sing music with a message, with the hope that it will help to foster good relationships among people of different color, class and/or creed,” says Kefenste.
The song has a laidback flow, catchy hook and a melodious tempo. It is reminiscent of hit songs from the golden era of reggae in the 1980s and 90s. Music lovers are expected to appreciate its vintage charm combined with the artiste’s harmonious vocals.
Born and raised in Kingston, Kefenste has been on the music scene since the early 1970s when he performed an ad for the “Into the Light” JAMAL Literacy Program. After a stint with the Richard Ace Band, the singer joined forces with Michael Ranglin, along with brothers, Junior and Alton Smikle, to form a group called Super Classic in the 1980s. Together, they recorded a number of singles, including “Reggae Music Gone International” and Mento Medley”. During this time, they had numerous performances locally and across the United States.
Over the years, the singer has worn several hats, including those of a songwriter, producer, and former co-founder of Sunlight Records. Having returned from spending time with his family, Kefenste has persevered and is hoping to reap the rewards of the continued success of his new single. “The Specialist” is produced by Tren-Setta Productions. So far, it has appeared on the Tempo Network, Video Alley and Entertainment Report on TVJ.

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