Check out Kemmikals hot new single on the “tun it up riddim.”
Singer songwriter Shana Simpson, known simply as ‘Shana S’, hails from the beautiful parish of Portland, Jamaica. Shana currently resides the US and she has also worked with ‘Rickey Myrie’ (producer from New York City ) who produced her first single “naah back dung” on the ‘top speed riddim’ and a few other tracks.
This woman is no stranger to the dancehall – in fact you could say she’s legendary – junie has been thrilling audiences worldwide for some time now, and if you think she’s not as dangerous as ever- check out her single.
Singer, songwriter and most certainly a foundation artist on this label. McCulture has been writing “original” hits for some time now. Her collaborations and solo features are spectacular and her music puts her in a class of her own.
A gifted singer/ songwriter who has shown her musical abilities and vocal strength with this album. LIZ is no stranger to the music scene and for those who have the misfortune of not knowing who she is … be forewarned. contact at www.facebook.com
This eccentric, electrifying artist is no stranger to the dancehall.Check out Coyote’s blazing new single and video.
Lehai’s has released singles “Romantic,” “Mi Bex,” “Treat You the Best” and “Babylon” under the artist name Cherokhy Khidd on Kesta Records. After his extensive musical hiatus, he collaborated once more with Casta Pearson and Ricky Myrie to release his latest single “Spotlight.” Lehai’s main mission is to become a well-known Jamaican artist in hopes of promoting the sound, culture and growth of reggae music all over the world. Contact at: www.lehaimusic.com
Undoubtedly Kesta’s protegee Snuupi has been recording tracks for quite some time. Sultry collaborations with LIZ on the “hold on to what you got” remix is a sure dancehall classic.
No stranger to the music scene Parker delivers with his smashing new hit.
The smooth vocal tones of this man is highly respected in NYC and beyond, and to those who don’t know … ladies Love Treasure Don!