Friday, 19 December 2014

Reggae artiste Khago set to premiere his music video for Dream on BET's 106 and Park.

Reggae artiste Khago is set to premiere his music video for the effort called Dream on BET's 106 and Park. The song features a sample of Biggie Smalls' It Was All a Dream and sees Khago delivering his vocals over a reggae and hip-hop flavoured instrumental.
According to Khago's publicist, Derven 'Flexx' Patterson, the single is already a favourite on several radio stations.
"Dream is currently reaping success as his latest single and the video is already showing signs of doing well. Khago is working on his social media visibility, and we recently released five music videos. The artiste is hardly in Jamaica because we get a lot of bookings in the US. What we want is to keep the videos coming because you know they say out of sight out of mind, so we are putting in the work in all areas so that he still maintains a presence in Jamaica despite being in the US very often," Patterson said.
wide catalogue
Dream was produced by C91 Records. However, the video was directed by Ike X at locations in the US.
"This is the beginning of greater things to come from the wide catalogue of songs that we have been promoting. We also released a music video for Ready for Love recently and that song has been doing well and was produced by Notnice Records on the Devotion rhythm," Patterson said.
Khago is set to appear on a number of shows locally during the festive season, including GT Taylor's Christmas Extravanga on Christmas Day.
"Khago has a big fan base in the US, and earlier this year he was awarded for his song, Nah Sell Out, which was one of the most played songs in the US, so right now, it is only fitting that we seek to premiere Dream on BET," 

Tommy Lee Sparta says he will deliver a musical massacre at Sting

Dancehall artiste Tommy Lee Sparta says he will deliver a musical massacre at Sting this year. The Vybz Kartel protégé argues that his career has reached the stage to indulge in musical warfare, however, only a few will feel his lyrical wrath.
He also had strong words for Gage and Alkaline, who he says have stolen from elements of his persona.
"Mi come with a new style inna music and people a try copy it, but people know the original from the followers. A me sey gothic dancehall and start wearmask and now Alkaline a wear mask and everybody dun know Gage a knock-off already, so I guess I am the trendsetter," Tommy Lee Sparta said.
The deejay also told THE news team that he was born as a warrior.
"Sting is about clash and wi reach the level inna music fi duh dat. But a nuh everybody wey diss wi a guh get up and answer. But fans will see a different side of Tommy Lee and when mi roll out, somebody a guh get massacre. Gage how yu fi war wid di dead? Mi not even have to prepare for him because mi born a warrior," Tommy Lee Sparta said.
The deejay recently released a diss single aimed at Gage and Alkaline called Bad Man Dawg. He also called the latter a coward during an interview recently.
"Alkaline a coward man, him nuh bad," Tommy Lee Sparta laughed. The deejay released several music videos during the course of 2014 and also received an award from Hapilos music distributors for the impressive sales of the single Psycho.

Miss Kitty denies being in sex picture

Radio host and emcee Khadine 'Miss Kitty' Hylton has expressed anger at unscrupulous individuals who have attempted to malign her by creating an alleged sex image.
The picture, under the guise of a video, surfaced on the Internet and allegedly contains an image of Hylton, also known as the 'Fluffy Diva', superimposed on the body of a woman performing a sex act.
Miss Kitty denied that she was ever in any sex video or picture as the body of the woman involved possesses tattoos and she wears none.
derogatory way
"It was just a very malicious and facetious thing to do. It is a ploy to drive traffic to somebody's website. To use my image and to use my likeness in such a derogatory way is so sad and selfish. It is really disheartening to know that people work so hard to build themselves and at the end of the day people think it is ok to scandal somebody like that," she said.
The Fluffy Diva said these unscrupulous individuals were quick to tear her down, but would not sing her praises.
"I bet they wouldn't publish any of my accolades or achievements or what it is that I have done or how I have grown. They are never quick to publish females' achievements, anything to denigrate us they capitalise upon," she said.
her lawyer
Miss Kitty said she has been talking to her lawyer and that her team has since filed a report with the police's Communication, Forensic and Cyber Crimes Unit (CFCU).
When contacted, a policeman at the CFCU says he was unaware of the report.
In recent weeks, dancehall deejay Pamputtae also moved to set the record straight after a woman bearing a striking resemblance to the artiste was seen in a sex picture in a compromising position.
However, the woman in the picture was a United States-based adult film star.
Miss Kitty, through her foundation, is busy setting up a science laboratory at the St Joseph High School in St Andrew.