Melloquence relentless effort in promoting his music online, lead to his meeting Carl Newman of Big Already Entertainment an Artiste Manager whose company is based in the United Kingdom. Big Already Entertainment realizing his potential, offered the young artiste a long term contract then immediately set in motion plans to build Melloquence’s career from ground up before officially introducing him to the European market.
Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall should have provided a major platform from which to offset his career but that idea was shot after an early elimination from the competition. Suffice to say however that Melloquence walked away more confident than he had ever been upon entering.
The 23 year old artiste who will be celebrating his 24th birthday on February 25th, benefitted from a Reggae/Dancehall soaked upbringing in Commodore, a small district nestled in the heart of Linstead in the parish of St. Catherine. His musical style is a combination of Dancehall, Reggae, Hip-Hop and R&B hooks and melodies while his focus is to create fun music. Melloquence enjoy entertaining the females which makes him the typical “ladies man”. With radio promotion underway for singles, No Fool for Love and Royal Woman, he hopes to capture the hearts of his fellow Jamaicans and to be totally accepted by them for his work and aspiration to elevate his status of becoming an internationally acclaimed Reggae/Dancehall artiste.
Cush Hunta’s impressive performance at the recent Universal Negro Improvement Association (UNIA) mass meeting held in downtown Kingston has lead to the request for his re- appearance at the annual Garvey Fair on February 28th in Manchester. Cush’s single, Ready Fi Buss is a Cashflow Production on the “Give Thanks” riddim which also feature I-Octane’s hit single Thank You Father, Lutan Fyah “Mighty Mouth”, Hyah Slice, “Love me Up” to name a few.
Over the past few weeks it has become notable that several websites have published articles featuring Nesbeth. Interestingly and for most, the story line surrounds the recent development of his “Drive By” single and video and the songs’ region to region top spot chart movement. Drive By is quickly becoming Nesbeth’s biggest song date and now sits at number 1 on Jamaica Music Countdown Charts for three (3) consecutive weeks, making this a first ever for the artiste on any local chart. Nesbeth’s, “Boardhouse” single which also did well on the charts locally and internationally only spent 2 weeks on any local chart but eventually made Greensleeves Record 2007 “Biggest Reggae One Drop Anthem” compilation album.
Nesbeth now relishes the opportunity to promote his music island wide on board the TVJ Cross Country Tour, ‘such a tour can only enhance the momentum that currently surrounds my music’ said Nesbeth. His genuine love for writing songs and performing live has led to his having “surreal feelings” in response to watching his career swell.
Rose Gold Entertainment releases “Roof Top Riddim” Rose Gold Entertainment is a music production label spearheaded by Zipjock Rose. The label has recently released a trendy Dancehall riddim titles, Roof Top which features tracks by some of Dancehall most popular artistes Mavado, Beenie Man, Charley Blacks, Flippa Mafia and D’Angel to name a few. Roof Top riddim was created by Christopher Birch and follows quickly behind the release of Netzah and Stanpipe riddims also on the Rose Gold label. ZJ Rose is the sultry female voice heard each Saturday through to Mondays between the hours of 6am – 10am on ZIP 103FM. Her morning programme, “Zip Life” is a fun filled, entertaining and amusing music show designed to keep listeners up to date with the latest music and carries bits and pieces of “suss” on Jamaican and International artistes, follow Zipjock Rose to get up to date information on her new releases at Myspace.
HIGHLIGHTS!!and for Reggae in the Valley 2010 scheduled be held on Saturday March 27 at the Appleton Sport Complex in St. Elizabeth. is putting plans in place to launch an island-wide video distribution and promotional campaign for singles Plenipotentiary and Love Jah. David M continues to break new ground since the release of his ‘Lest we forget’ single. Recently David met with the World Conference of Mayors, visited Fort Valley State and Tuskegee Universities and sat an interview with Dr Bob Lee on Bronxnet morning show on Channel 36 which can be seen on Facebook. DJ Currency and DJ Dave is scheduled to once again entertain the Excelsior Community College students flocked, Mix it Fridaays event held at the Roof Top in Cross Roads. Stanpipe returns to the island on March 18th to promote new single and are quickly becoming a group to keep a close watch with their potential hit single ‘Sweetie”. The video has picked up momentum on local television and the feedback has been great thus far.