“You never know what listeners take from your song but, I intended to portray life as something that is not fixed in time or outcomes and that like a journey there are some things that are not under our control but other things that are and it’s these that we should focus on.”
Without doubt, a personal favourite from the Dingazz Music catalogue to date, and a gorgeous song regardless of genre or style – a perfectly calming reminder that things will be OK in the end.
Kingston, Jamaica-based artist Chevaughn’s Karamel Indigo is a song that immediately draws you in and maintains interest throughout. Having already amassed 5000+ plus views in a mere matter of days, Chevaughn’s new song is a celebration of all hues of black women across the world.
There’s a classic feel to this single, a clear set of reasons as to why it’s created such a storm online. Those nostalgic vibes bring through a hint of reggae and Sean Paul alike, fusing pop melodies with a dance-hall brightness and bounce
An open and loyal dedication to one of the world’s most well-loved plants, All This Time encapsulates a love for marijuana in everything from the lyrics to the accompanying video.
Yisa Neeya is the stunning new single from Ghana-based artist Jemda. The song brings together the organic bounce of a world-music-fused soundscape with some superb vocal melodies and a general sense of togetherness and possibility. Without a doubt, this is a song to be played at volume, and one to be shared with those you hold close.
Though there’s ultimately an admirable level of depth to this track, and to Money Bagz’ musical approach in general, the song from a distance is an easy anthem or hit that’s a pleasure to let play.
Fusing the classic unity of a reggae vibe with superb songwriting is always something Jah Cure succeeds at masterfully. In this case, the song presents a sense of consciousness and a simultaneous ray of light that listeners can feel drawn to and reassured by when times get tough
Decho offers up some awesomely enjoyably vibes on this latest track Blame – bringing together elements of reggae and contemporary RnB, with a flicker of hip hop and a heavy yet mellow-paced beat…
What a great track, quickly entrancing and addictive in everything from the natural groove of that tribal-like beat to the cool and calm ear-worm quality of that leading vocal line.
Fusing relevant elements of gospel music with those from various other genres and walks of life, the track manages to encapsulate the issues at the heart of such a tragedy – in a manner that screams out for togetherness and for an end to catastrophic division.
A superb bass-line and some thoughtfully chosen synths and samples help make this an easy hit. Lightly soulful, breathy vocals offer the finishing touches and the driving factor behind the song’s ideas and that subtle ear-worm of a melody.