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Inner Circle 2014 Festival Promotional Video

Large up & GIVE THANKS !! This is Dreddy Dred from di Inner Circle Crew! Just updating you on what a wonderful and blessed year Inner Circle is having so far in 2014. Now begins Festival Season! Why not consider Inner Circle “The Bad Boys of Reggae” for your 2014 Festival? With the #1 Reggae song played on television “BAD BOYS (The Theme Song for Cops)” & The International Hit “SWEAT” Thats still breaking record sales all over the world, & New collaborations with Latin Star “Nengo Flow”, International Pop Star “Flo-Rida”, Dancehall Don “Khago”, & one of Canada’s Biggest Rap Stars Kardinal Offishall. Inner Circle is definitely staying relevant with over 200,000 Facebook Firneds, Verified on Twitter, & one of Reggae’s Best E-mail Blast Databases.

For more information stay in touch with Inner Circle by logging on to BadBoysofReggae.com
For bookings contact Lourdes.CircleHouse@gmail.com Or Ira@sweetwinegroup.com
For any PR, Drops, or Dubs contact Abebe Lewis at InnerCirclemp3@gmail.com
JAH RASTAFARI!!

Young reggae Performers Make a statement at The Rebel Salute in St. Ann

The legendary Bunny Wailer’s statements were almost prophetic on night one of Rebel Salute at Richmond Estate in St Ann, the veteran artiste pointing out that there was a host of young acts who could carry on reggae’s rich traditions. Though he spoke specifically about the children of legends like himself and Bob Marley, he would have been happy with what he saw from reggae’s youngest proponents.

On night one, Friday, Hempress Sativa, Jesse Royal and Kabaka Pyramid were not just good performers, they provided the social commentary and rebellious leanings of reggae music of old. Read more

Inside Circle House Studios: Rico Love Sits down with The Feature Presentation at Circle House!

Prolific singer, songwriter, and producer Rico Love sat down with The Feature Presentation to chop it up about his life and career.

Love begins by discussing a diss record three fellow musicians made aimed at the him before he blew up, and that the best feeling was finally finding success while they did not. “When people disrespect me I take it personal, because I’m really a nice guy,” he adds.

He then moves on to discussing his label and making a ton of money off his publishing company, but he also recalls only having $7 in the bank at one point, and praying that the next check he received would be enough to survive.

Other subjects Love touches on include racism, ensuring financial stability, religion, and more.

Inside Circle House Studios: Yo Gotti & Reazy from the Renegades

Inside The Studio With Yo Gotti and Hit Producer Reazy Renegade

Mikey T the Movie Star went inside of Circle House Studios with Epic Recording artist Yo Gotti, who was working with 1/2 of DJ Khaled’s production team, The Renegades. Reazy Renegade touched on all the work he’s done with Yo Gotti before his deal with Epic.

“I’ve always been a fan I’ve always had a working relationship w/ Yo Gotti…no matter where he is now or where he was before.. you know when someone’s got it,” Reazy told AllHipHop.com. “We make bangers everytime we come into the studio…they grinding I respect them because they grinding they be in the studio as late as I be and that’s all nite , we grinding and we always put some bangers together.”

Via Allhiphop.com