January 1, 2006 | + Read More
Persistent, determined, and focus are words that describe this Jamaican “griot” (story-teller) and extra-ordinary artist, Desmond “Dez I” Boyd. The Beat (Magazine) (p.14) – “[Dez I Boyd] weaves appealing melodies and thoughtful observations through pop constructs, bustling into a singjay dancehall style at times to achieve maximum lyrical effect.”
Jahmason new 13 track album “Love & Wisdom” produced by New Creation Records is a classic!
This compilation features 10 dancehall songs from Delly Ranks, Cutty Ranks, Chico, Dezi Boyd, Oba Simba, Carlton Hilton and Daprodgy, Flaya Unit.
Gangster Love Story (feat. Marvin Binns) is an R&B track.
His lyrical style is perhaps best described as a mixture of Tupac Shakur and DMX on ‘Southern Crunk Juice’
Unconventional and unique, the song has a hint of country and salutes Rucktuk girls who are obviously well liked by this artist with “everything in the right place, and bodies swirling.” The back and forth play between Dezi Boyd and Lady Kane make “Rucktuk Girl” a jam full of flavor, guitar, percussion, and reggae soul.
A tremendously popular Jamaican band, Live Wyya is one of reggae musics most sought-after acts. Irawma Awards (New York, U.S.A) Best Backing Band – 2005 – 2008. Jamaica Federation of Musicians Awards (JFM) (Jamaica) Best Backing Band 2000 2006 Best Show Band 2005 2006
Yung Wun has been featured on the “Down Bottom” remix with Drag-On off of the multi platinum selling Ruff Ryder Compilation Volume!. He rhymed alongside Snoop Dog, Jadakiss and Scarface on “World War III” from Ruff Ryder’s second compilation.
Dezi Boyd broad musical appeal and charismatic persona have made him an international superstar who will only continue to rise
Jah Mason music fan based is widely international, but no one can deny his profound talent and writing abilities as he writes all his material personally
“The future is now and the past already got passed”. Jason-X-Turn was born Jason Anderson in December 1986 and raised in Seaview Gardens (Kingston-JA), which is home to some of Jamaica’s finest entertainers such as Shabba Ranks, Elephant Man, Bounty killer.