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South African reggae star Freeky collaborates with J’can artiste

South African reggae star, Freeky, aka Tattoo General, is confident about his latest single, Family Gathering, which was recorded with Jamaican dancehall artiste, Tabeta Cshae.

The South African artiste believes the single has the potential to be very successful on an international level. “Family Gathering is a very wonderful song. It has universal appeal and everyone can relate to it. Therefore, I believe that it will do well, not only on the African continent and Jamaica, but also in other parts of the world,” he said.

He also highlighted the fact that reggae was rapidly gaining popularity all over Africa. Read more

World Premiere: Slightly Stoopid & Inner Circle’s “No Cocaine”

Check out the exclusive video premiere of Slightly Stoopid & Inner Circle’s “No Cocaine” feat. Capleton. The song is off the groundbreaking compilation Dub Rockers Volume 1, released last year on VP Records, that combines Jamaica’s top artists with popular US and Euro-based reggae acts.

Video director by Jeff Pliskin of Raised Fist Propaganda went across the country to get exclusive footage of each artist. He captured Slightly Stoopid in the Red Rocks of Denver as well San Diego, CA and Inner Circle at Circle House Studios in Miami, FL. The shots with dancehall artist Capleton were filmed on the beaches of Long Beach, NY.

On July 9, Slightly Stoopid kicks off their Summer Sessions tour with Stephen Marley, Jo Mersa, NOFX and G. Love & Special Sauce. Video after the Jump Read more