The official video for #AllNation by Karamanti was just uploaded to her YouTube channel. It was shot last week in Kingston; and in keeping with the theme of the song it features clips from other parts of the world.
Growth Universal in collaboration with Iya Ingi Music present ‘Yawd Niceness, Kwanzaa Edition’ on Monday, December 30th.
This event will feature live performances, poetry reading, dancing and lots more. Save the date and stay tuned for additional information.
Teban Cee, the CEO of Team Vibesy Music Group, is getting ready to release a brand new compilation entitled ‘Magic Touch Riddim.’ The project will feature music from various artists: Tsunami (Zimbabwe), Empress Pro Music (South Africa), Karamanti (Jamaica), Cathy Matete (Kenya), Blakka Yute (South Africa), Maffie Gee (South Africa), Daddy Spencer (South Africa) and of course Teban Cee.
‘Magic Touch Riddim’ is a captivating, groovy afrobeat sound with some elements of urban dancehall. It is scheduled for release this October.
Karamanti’s new dancehall single “All Nation,” which was released only a few days ago is now #1 on DJ Kat’s popular feature of the week’s top five rated reggae and dancehall songs. The show airs on Arawak Radio (UK) every Wednesday.
“All Nation” is an aggressive dancehall record about the importance of holding on to high moral values, especially in these times.
Tony Singh, the leader of the Indian music group Sirens of Shanti, reached out to Karamanti sometime ago and invited her to lay some vocals on the bhangra mix of the popular reggae song “One Draw.”
Disc Jock Redeem will host positive female ragga dancehall artist Karamanti this Friday, July 26th, on Activation Mode during the program Up & Active on Roots 96.1 FM.
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The show will also be streamed in the following countries:
– 5:30 am in Jamaica
– 10:30 am in Gambia
– 10:30 am in Ghana
– 11:30 am in Nigeria
– 11:30 am in United Kingdom (UK)
– 12:30 am in South Africa
– 12:30 am in Egypt
– 12:30 am in Zimbabwe
– 1:30 pm in Israel
– 1:30 pm in Ehthiopia
– 6:30 pm in China
– 7:30 pm in Japan
– 8:30 pm in Australia