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Chino McGregor ft. Denyque: Driving Me Insane | Video


The single Driving Me Insane is featured on the debut album Chino by Chino McGregor. The album is the most anticipated debut in reggae this year! At 27, Chino has years of grooming as a member of Freddie McGregor‘s Big Ship musical family. The album is produced and co-written by younger brother Stephen ‘Di Genius’ McGregor (Mavado, Sean Paul). A proven solo artist in Jamaica and Japan (with two albums released to date), Chino is primed to be the breakthrough artist of 2011. The album showcases a variety of styles to re-define the boundaries of contemporary reggae, scripted by the leading producer in the genre. -Infuzion Inc.

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Mavado ft. Chase Cross: Burnin’ Up/Yes I Am | Video


Clovis Brown: Mavado & Bounty Killer Cartoon


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Sneakbo ft. Mavado: Warn Them Video


UK Rapper Sneakbo and dancehall artist Mavado have released the video for the collaboration, “Warn Them.”

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Reggae Gold 2011: VP Releases the Year’s Biggest Reggae and Dancehall Hits


VP Records sees the release of the year’s biggest reggae and dancehall hits with Reggae Gold 2011, set to be in stores and online on June 28, 2011.

The Reggae Gold series has kept VP Records at the forefront of reggae music for 19 years now. This best-selling collection is renowned for featuring the biggest reggae and dancehall anthems of the year and blazing hot artists, while breaking new ones to reggae aficionados around the globe.

Reggae Gold 2011 lives up to this standard, showcasing the hottest acts of the year and featuring the sweet sounds of Billboard heat-seeker Gyptian, Grammy-winning singer/producer Stephen Marley, international icon Shaggy, the legendary Mykal Rose, dancehall king Shabba Ranks, reggae stars Tarrus Riley, Richie Spice and Queen Ifrica, and dancehall sizzlers Vybz Kartel, Mavado, I-Octane and Assassin, just to name a few.

Street Anthem

With this summer’s street anthem Jah Army from Stephen Marley, featuring Damian ‘Jr Gong’ Marley and Buju Banton, to I-Octane’s club hit Nuh Ramp Wid We; Mavado’s feel-good Peppa; Shaggy, featuring Alaine, on the romantic For Your Eyez Only; the serious Times Like These by Queen Ifrica; One Draw by Alborosie, featuring Camilla; and the legendary Beres Hammond on Pull UpReggae Gold 2011 lives up to its name as a treasure for fans of the genre.

The always highly anticipated album cover features three models fictitiously robbing a bank of its gold, just as this compilation will present fans with musical treasure showcasing the very best that reggae and dancehall music has to offer this year.

Source: Jamaica-Star.com