Monday, February 27, 2012
Okay, here you go, the latest Spotify Playlist by Kriton Posse and selector Hennyman. It's the fifth Inna Di Yard compilation, now focusing on biiiig chuuuunes in 2012 so far.
What we have here is a stellar selection with rising new artists like Hefla Nyah, Future Fambo, Potential Kid, Elly Ess with more established ones like Popcaan, I Octane & Chuck Fenda. And of course the playlist features big time stars like Mr Vegas, Movado, Bounty Killer, Elephant & Beenie Man.
Get the playlist from here: Inna Di Yard Vol5 - 2012 cometh
And you can also dig into the older playlists from the Inna Di Yard series:
Now, tun it up! Louda, Louda!
p.s. this one's not yet on Spotify, so here yuh go; ONE KNOCK!, the party anthem of 2012, the Kriton Boyz say ONE KNOCK!
Saturday, February 11, 2012
Call it a remake, call it a version, call it a remix, call it stealing. What ever you call it, it works in reggae. This time a new talent, Hefla Nyah originally from JA, raised in Philly, has his way with Soft Cell's Tainted Love. This time with a bit more conscious roots vibe featuring Guyanese Natural Black.
Friday, February 10, 2012
Thursday, February 09, 2012
"Set Up The Mic was initially recorded in 2008 by Buju for Young Blood Records on the Rapid Burst Riddim. Intended as a just-for-fun freestyle, a studio engineer, fixing levels at the beginning of a studio session, pressed "record" by accident while the Grammy-winning singjay was voicing."
FREE BUJU !!! FIYA PON BABYLON !
Tuesday, February 07, 2012
This video was created as an example of the importance of filming the police.
Video provides transparency, accountability, and an accurate account of incidents that occur. It is no secret that the United States has a serious problem with police abuse, brutality, and corruption. It is essential for civilians to document their encounters with police officers to ensure transparency, accountability, and safety to all of those involved. Police departments have, for too long, tried to bully, intimidate, threaten, arrest, or otherwise harass law abiding citizens from recording the activities of law enforcement in public.
Enough is enough! It is time for all of us to take a stand and expose police brutality when we witness it. Even if the officers behavior is correct, and justifiable, we still encourage the recording of the police activities for the transparency and accountability that is desperately needed in many departments. If you see something, film something, the freedom of press begins with you!