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artist: Toy Crayzy
title: Hot Gurlz
Dis song tell di women to mek dat call wen dem need a buddy!
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MDUBB FT SCRIBB "ON ME" PROD BY GMONEY AND MDUBB! EXCLUSIVESFollow me on TWITTER at http://twitter.com/@imadet
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artist: Charly B
Featuring with Henry P from Germany
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artist: DJ BLACKFOOT
DJ BLACKFOOT featuring ISEH MATATA
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artist: Aymant
title: Sara
Sara is my Daughter, I made this song for her when she went to high school
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artist: jahfyahent
Produced by: ijahfyah Recorded & Mixed :Ijahfyah Song about what she want.....lol........
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artist: Stu Nevitt
John Butcher Electric Guitar Luis Chuquillanqui Percussion Eddie Lozoya Bass Ben Malament Percussion
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artist: Club Tobago
Call Me-Kevin Little
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artist: MyRiddim
Add KamshaMusic On Twitter/Facebook http://en.twitter.com/KamshaMusic - Twitter http://www.facebook.com/Kams
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artist: iseanmusic
World Reggae,world music. only make original,organic music
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www.travyjoemusic.com
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artist: OscO
Tracklist ||| beres hammond - can't walk away ||| t0ny r3b3l - what you looking for ||| freddie mcgregor - cha
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artist: Dubheart
title: rootsroca
This is typically one of our style of dubs,which we create on stage live using just musical instruments and vo
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artist: Rising Sun
title: Fiyah Watah
"Fiyah Watah" is a blazing track produced by Skandal Da Ruckus Man and mixed by Gino Black at Powerblast recor
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JD Hodges (Justin Dale Music)
World
New Age
"Knight Skies of Pi"
I wrote this piece about adventure, excitement and magic in a land far away.
D E Farmer
World
World General
"Breathe in and Believe"
New Age, Contemporary Instrumental, electronic music, Soundscapes and Soundtracks. All music composed by D. E. Farmer
Falken
World
World General
"Tears Of Sadness"
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The Chosen View Is Set To Release, The Common Thread On September 21:


Trying to categorize the Memphis, Tennessee base, Chosen View is an extraordinary assignment, not because the band is considered to confront pure classification of their sound, it is actually because they are indeed, a potential classic indie rock act. The label (Sunset Records) is all about being an indie and the band compliments it by infusing classic art sounds, with other indie rock. The signature Chosen View sound cannot be defined quickly and is suggestive of other Indie acts like The Temper Trap; with soaring vocals, tight guitar work, and colorfu...

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Tony Adamo’s Funky Jazz Is Feverish Kool: The songs “Nine Miles of Blu” and “Qbafrica” have been trading spots on the top 25 jazz charts at allaboutjazz.com for the last 150 days. Tony Adamo’s “Nine Miles of Blu” is produced by legendary drummer, Mike Clark, of Herbie Hancock and the Headhunters fame. “Nine Miles of Blu” has not dropped out of the top ten in over 150 days and has gone #1 three different times in three months. “Nine Miles of Blu” is currently at # 4 with Alfredo Rodriguez’s song “Qbafrica,” produced by the legendary producer Quincy Jones, at #3 on the top 25 jazz chart. Alfredo Rodriguez more than lives up to all the h...
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When I Was a Boy: I was born and raised in Kingston Jamaica. We lived five minutes away from "Studio One", the first Recording Studio ever operated in Jamaica. My sister and I had to walk past this studio twice a day on our way to and from school. We would have to take the bus from Cross Roads to Half-Way-Tree. On our daily journey we would notice a long line of musicians and singers hoping to be noticed and perhaps get their "big break" There were all sorts of people hanging around, some were ligitimate others were only looking for an easy victim to rob. One day, while on our usual trip past "Studio One", I fe...
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