#NewMusic CeeKaih – Hussle Up – Blakkwuman22 Music

CeeKaih - Hussle UPBlakkwuman22 Music presents “Hussle Up” performed by Linstead based recording artist CeeKaih. The song is on the Long Road Riddim. We will be adding more artists to this rhythm in the coming weeks.

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#NewMusic Karamanti – Need A Break

I need a break

Here is the latest release from Karamanti. The song is called “I need a break” and it’s a fusion between dancehall and house. The beat was done by Furnace Production and Vibes Link, while the song was mixed and mastered by Prosonic Production.

Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/karamanti/i-need-a-break-healing-riddim
Hulkshare: http://www.hulkshare.com/o9girf1z7f9c

#NewMusic Karamanti – Imagine That

IMAGINE THAT 21ST HAPILOS COVERAfter encountering a slew of setbacks in the music industry, most of which were caused by people she trusted and called friends, and in some cases family, Karamanti has penned a track entitled “Imagine That” in which she touches on a lot of what she’s been through.
The beat was created by Riley Mixit (Zimbabwe), while the song was mixed and mastered by Prosonic Production (Jamaica). “Imagine That” is on Karamanti’s own Blakkwuman22 Music label.
“Imagine That” can be streamed and downloaded from Soundcloud and Hulkshare.

#NewMusic Blakkwuman22 Releases: Peppery – From You Dead

Peppery - From You DeadBlakkwuman22 Music kicks off 2018 with the release of the single, “From You Dead” by UK based artist, Peppery. The song is the first release from the Collaborations Riddim.

On the record, Peppery warns of underestimating young youths who may be covertly aggressive and / or violent. In his own unique style, the artist delivers a catchy, smooth song that carries a powerful message.

The song was recorded in Manchester, UK (where Peppery resides) and mixed and mastered by Prosonic Productions in Jamaica for BW22.

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Karamanti Breaks Down The State Of Dancehall In One Freestyle

Dancehall Freestyle - KaramantiKnown as both one of the most lyrical and controversial female in the dancehall, Karamanti continues to do the type of music that gets the listener to think. Her latest is a freestyle (done while she was at a session at Mixing Lab Studios) in which she breaks down what’s happening in the dancehall industry.

The tune, which is on her own label, Blakkwuman22 Music, was released approximately one week ago. The rhythm was done by D-Keys Entertainment (Casia Park, Kingston, Jamaica) while the track was mixed and mastered by Donald Hall in Montreal, Quebec.