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Raine Seville shows off a more agressive style


Dancehall artist Raine Seville have been making noise in the music industry. She released a track called Hype which has been getting great reviews from dancehall fans worldwide. Because of the positive feedback she flipped the song to fit a dub style, and named the track Badness. “Badness is a more aggressive side of Raine “This one is the armor piercing bullet in the dub box” Raine jokingly said. Known for her hit single mad dem, and recently signed toRead More …

Bounty Killer Talks Kartel, Mavado, Aidonia and Drops Two New Videos

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Bounty Killer sat down with Winford Williams and discussed whether Vybz Kartel or Aidonia is a better DJ. He also spoke about Mavado and the current status of dancehall. ——Views (1277)

Lady Saw Addresses Spice And Her Sumfest Performance

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Though the only Queen-pin so to speak among Dancehall’s kingpins, assigning her to close Dancehall night at Reggae Sumfest took most pundits by surprise. Still as reported earlier on OnStage that was not the only Lady Saw surprise of the 23rd staging of the greatest Reggae show on earth. The delivery itself was another thrilling surprise for all of us in Montego Bay; Lady Saw speaks about her great performance Onstage. Did you know that the unemployment rate in JamaicaRead More …

Beenie Man Denies Visa Issues, Addresses Nudity in Dancehall, Jynx & Sean Paul’s Issue With Bolt

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Recently there was a viral video, that showed Beenie Man stopping a well-known actor/entertainer Bad Boy Trevor from having females strip in the dance. There has been wide support for Beenie Man on the internet especially from women.The Doctor sat down with Winford Williams and explained why he had to take a stand, he said that this is an issue that needs to be addressed immediately. In this interview Beenie Man also addressed rumors that he no longer has aRead More …

Gully Bop OnStage… Responds To Scamming Rumors, Cheating, Releases New Song (Video)

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Gully Bop took some time off from his busy tour schedule to sit down with Winford Williams OnStage check out the video below, plus the world premiere of his new single. Gully Bop’s New Single – Wine Fi Di Bop – Featuring Sim Sim 2 Bad OnStage Interview Look out for the Face Time Riddim produced by Island Jams Inc.     ——Views (11649)

Lieutenant Stitchie – Still The Dancehall Governor (Live Performance)

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Lt. Stitchie had 14 number one hits when he left the dancehall scene to serve the Lord. Lieutenant Stitchie wears many hats: school teacher, singer, songwriter, producer and an ordained minister. Even though he has chosen to travel a path of God he spends a lot of his time doing music, gospel dancehall music to be exact. He stopped by Onstage TV recently to speak about his career, accomplishments, and lifestyle. See the full interview, plus a live performance below.Read More …

Busy Signal Talks Career and Previews New Music OnStage

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Busy Signal stopped by Onstage and spoke about his career, all the ventures he’s taking on and where he sees his career going. Check out the full interview below. ——Views (408)

Pinchers OnStage Interview after Being Shot (video)

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Pinchers sat down with Winford Williams and discussed being shot. Pinchers said he is glad he is still alive. He advised everyone to get closer to God because no one knows when there time will come. get well soon Pinchers! ——Views (954)

Konshens: Vybz Kartel is the Most Lyrical Dancehall Artist…He’s Third


Dancehall artist Konshens opened up to VladTV about breaking into the dancehall world and his favorite lyrical reggae artists. The “Gal A Bubble” artist says he was inspired by a number of reggae artists like Bob Marley, Bounty Killer, Beenie Man, ¬†Sizzla and Vybz Kartel. When it comes to lyricism in reggae, Konshens says the conversation never overshadows his genre because mainstream listeners aren’t understanding what they’re saying. As far as the most lyrical artist in reggae, Konshens puts himselfRead More …


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After his electrifying performance at Rebel Salute…Sizzla took out his frustration on a number of issues to our camera. Check out his interview below, and leave your remarks in the comment field. ——Views (6584)