Mixmaster J Adds Award Show Hosting and Festival Performance to Expanding Brand

Popular personality Mixmaster J, aka “English General,” continues to expand his brand, scoring as co-host of the first annual Caribbean Afro Music Awards (CAMA) and performer at the City Splash Festival in London, UK in September.

To much fanfare, Mixmaster J held down his naturally fitting roles, seamlessly. The celebrated September appearances come amidst a bustling online presence of his weekday (M – TH) “Lunchtime Drive” and “Drive Time” shows, which stream on IG, ILiveRadio  ReggaeGlobalRadio and HeartofLoveRadio, respectively.

As a first time award show host, Mixmaster J rose to the occasion. The tastemaker thrived alongside stunning co-hosts Janelle Raeburn and Caz Mac, offering great commentary, organic chemistry and a bubbly disposition. The virtual award show aired on Tempo Networks, with great performances making it a standout.

“I was asked by CAMA to be a host, as they thought I’d bring a different flavour to the proceedings,” says Mixmaster J. “Hosting CAMA was a blessing……I truly felt like I found a new calling…..was very natural.”

As if September couldn’t get hotter for English General, he delivered an exceptional performance at the highly anticipated City Splash Festival, a spectacular event celebrating Reggae music, food and culture. Setting the tone for a stellar show to follow, Mixmaster J wowed the revelers with an eclectic set that skillfully spanned Reggae and Dancehall music over the years. From the moment he dropped a customized dub of the legendary artist Shinehead soulfully crooning “At Last” — one could clearly see it would be an explosive set.

Wildly interactive with the audience, concertgoers felt a bonafide Reggae and Dancehall music experience with Mixmaster J, as they danced to infectious selections from Sizzla, Bounty Killer, Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley — among notable others. The long awaited City Splash featured riveting performances from the likes of Beenie Man, Lila Ike, Jessie Royal, Dawn Penn and more!

“After 18 months of lockdown, this was a great and joyous opportunity to showcase my skills before a crowd of 9,000 people who may or may not know me, ” says Mixmaster J.

There’s no surprise that the Mixmaster J brand is expanding. While he loves candid interviews with high profile guests, premiering new music and entertaining listeners daily, he realizes that he has other gifts, worthy of nurturing.

Joseph Velvet Overcomes Obstacles for Debut Album ‘Perseverance’

Against all odds, singer Joseph Velvet has released his debut album “Perseverance.” The suitably titled effort is a true testament to the talent’s long journey in the music business and overcoming numerous obstacles, including a motor vehicle accident,  resulting spinal injuries, decades of rehabilitation and bouts of depression.

If the name Joseph Velvet, aka Joseph Jordan Jones, rings a bell, it’s because he is the silky smooth vocalist behind the late 80’s cover of “Wildflower,” followed by some well-received, intermittent releases. Much to the singer’s credit, Velvet performed alongside a who’s who of Reggae greats. But his ascent to fame was cut short by the accident. It’s 2021 and the courageous crooner has returned with a debut album, filled to the brim with 10 heartfelt Reggae songs, boasting a predominately Lover’s Rock feel and sound.

The new album, a true labor of love, is rooted in spiritual and cultural values. “I hope to motivate listeners far and wide to never give up on their personal and professional goals,” says Joseph Velvet. “Perseverance is the key to success.”

The lead single “Do What I Got to Do” — which is Velvet’s favorite song on “Perseverance” — was inspired by his wife,  the great love of his life. “It is about the impossible things a man will do in this life in the name of love,” the singer says. Notably, “Do What I Got to Do” has garnered an impressive buzz since it’s release.

While “Mean It” oozes a festive vibe, love takes center stage on “Anyway” and “Tell Me.” The spiritual essence of gems like “Oil of Life,”  “Love Face,” and “Captive’s Prayer” are bound to impact music lovers. “Arms Around Me” is a warm track that comes to life with seamless harmonies.

All of the tracks on “Perseverance” help tell Joseph Velvet’s story through music. The entertainer leaves no stone unturned on the well rounded effort, which is by all accounts a solid Reggae album. The independent release within itself is an ultimate source of motivation. According to Joseph Velvet, “My age alone should be encouragement others to never give up on their dreams.” “Perseverance is out now on all digital platforms.

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Leading Dancehall Music Collaborators Badda General  and ZJ Liquid Announce “The Barrel Tour”

Powerhouse Reggae and Dancehall artists and collaborators Badda General and ZJ Liquid are pleased to announce “The Barrel Tour.” Named after their massive “The Barrel” (Gold Up Records) collabo and remix featuring Shatta Wale and Stylo G, the explosive tour will kick off in November.

“The Barrel Tour,” falling at the heels of a string of monstrous releases from the duo, is set to hit several U.S. East Coast cities  during its first leg. Although the pandemic naturally put many things on hold, it did not cool the Badda General and ZJ Liquid musical fire. At last, an opportunity to safely offer live entertainment to fans has presented itself! The Badda General and ZJ Liquid team encourage promoters to contact them soon if there is interest, as dates are moving quickly.

“It’s now or never,” said Badda General. “For me, this will truly be my first time officially touching stages as ‘Badda General’ and I couldn’t be more excited.”

“This is the best way for us to give our fans an interactive Dancehall experience. It’s a show they won’t forget,” says ZJ Liquid.

To add to the already blazing music pair’s line up, special guests will join their shows in select cities. With Badda General and ZJ Liquid’s artistic reach, “The Barrel Tour” promises to be a high caliber Dancehall event.

The entertainers, who are each successful on their own accord, amassed a huge, diverse following with their infectious style of reality Dancehall collabos in 2021! Offering social commentary through their humorous lyrical exchanges, the songs drew scores of listeners into the timely — and sometimes necessary musical conversations.

In addition to the wildly popular “The Barrel” single and remix, the Dancehall collaborators won over fans with buzzing songs like  “State of the Union,” “Curfew,” “Current Events J.A.,” “Trending News Jamaica,” “Con Artist,” “Barrel Riddim Saga” and “Cream Crackers.”  Viral sensations, spanning attention from the underground to sound systems, DJs, top media platforms, leading radio stations (i.e., BBC Radio 1xtra, Hot 97) and streaming giants (i.e., Tidal, Pandora), it’s no secret that the Badda General and ZJ Liquid formula works!

Amidst the pandemic, the Badda General brand and solo career peaked  and was virally consumed by the masses via an amazing catalogue of red-hot music. Songs including the breakthrough smash “I Wish,” “Money App,” “Outside,” “Check The Fresh,” “Krazy Summer, ” “Jacket Raffle” and more have solidified the General’s signature reality Dancehall sound.

ZJ Liquid is truly one of Reggae and Dancehall music’s gatekeepers. The influential personality — through his eclectic ear and roles as a DJ, label owner (H2O Records), producer and artist under the monikker “Mobay’s Son” — has helped shape the sound of Dancehall music along with curating the careers of top talent per his longrunning Zip FM radio show. ZJ Liquid’s franchise role in the industry has served as the driving force of his bustling business in music.  Without question, ZJ Liquid is leaving an indelible mark on fans.

Currently, listeners are raving over the super talent’s flute-driven “Love Me,” festive “High Life” (produced by Usain Bolt’s ATeam Corp) and the rugged “Born Wid It.” Infectious anthems like “Wifey Walk Out,” “The Good Book,” “Forever” (w/Vybz Kartel), “Dem Nuh Like We” (w/Noah Powa) and many, many more make up the unforgettable sound of ZJ Liquid! The creative dropped his 4th album “Point A View” to rave reviews in 2020.

“The Barrel Tour” will see Badda General and ZJ Liquid performing energetic sets of both their red-hot collabos and sizzling solo selections. If one craves live Dancehall music, entertainment and fun, “The Barrel Tour” is a must attend!  Keep up to date with the tour and all things Badda General and ZJ Liquid by clicking the links below.



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Will the Real Mr. Easy Please Stand Up?

The Reggae and Dancehall Legend Vows to Take Back His Name.

Entertainer Mr. Easy has afforded the world with his melodic brand of Reggae and Dancehall music for over 30 years. Rising to fame in the 90s amongst an uber talented cohort of Brooklyn, New York based Dancehall acts, the Kingston, Jamaica native, won over scores of fans with an expansive music catalogue.

Mr. Easy’s music and style helped define Dancehall’s vibrant sound in the 1990’s, 2000’s (The Golden Era) and beyond. Mr. Easy continues to employ his signature, hit formula sound to this day. Currently enjoying the success of his “Friends Fi Life” song with De Alpha, amassing worlwide support amongst radio, DJs and fans, the top act finds himself at a career crossroads of taking back his name.

While it’s flattering to inspire other artists or impact their style and sound, being robbed of your name is no fun and frankly a major career impediment. Bearing the name Mr. Easy since age 16, it’s peculiar and professionally and financially damaging to have another artist steal your name. Yes, “steal”! Afrobeats act Mr. Eazi has stolen his name from Reggae and Dancehall legend Mr. Easy, unapologetically.

Many people believe that one can’t own a name per se. However, an artist can trademark their name. To protect his lifelong career, investments, brand, etc., Mr. Easy trademarked both the “Mr. Easy” and “Mr. Eazi” names some time ago. To add insult to injury, perhaps the most daunting aspect of this whole ordeal — often when one searches Mr. Easy in various search engines and social media platforms, the imposter’s accounts and credentials either appear or are suggested.

This long term “redirection” of traffic meant for the official Mr. Easy has yielded an insurmountable amount of financial impact. In fact, the consequences have been career and brand altering. Mr. Easy’s team has contacted the Afrobeats act’s team multiple times with no response.

As Mr. Easy maps out his career trajectory, the first step is getting his name back. It’s clear that legal counsel is the only viable option at this point. The singer is committed to protecting his music, legacy and brand, while keeping supporters abreast of the developments.

Mr Easy, whose birth name is Ian Dyer migrated to Brooklyn, New York from Jamaica as a teen. Once signed with Warner Bros. Records and subsequently to Qwest/Warner Bros. Records, Mr. Easy has been entertaining listening audiences for over three decades.

The crooner’s long list of hits include 1990’s Dancehall anthems such as “Funny Man” ( Joyride rhythm), “Man Ah Say a Who” ( Rae Rae rhythm), “Haters and Fools” (Bug rhythm), and the massive “Drive Me Crazy” (Buy Out rhythm). The commercial success of “Drive Me Crazy” helped to catapult Mr. Easy into the mainstream, appearing on the soundtrack for the movie “After the Sunset” starring Pierce Brosnan. Meanwhile, Bashment Girl with Frisco Kid, appeared on the cult classic “Belly” movie soundtrack.

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Freddie McGregor to Headline Sound Chat Radio 10th Anniversary Celebration in New York

Sound Chat Radio is commemorating its 10th Anniversary in fine style this weekend in New York, culminating with an appearance by The Captain of the “Big Ship” Freddie McGregor OD on their sold-out “Reeewind Sundays on the Ocean” All White Cruise. The exclusive Sunday, August 29 event comes fresh off the heels of the famed singer being honored with an official “Freddie McGregor Day” by the city of Hartford, Connecticut.

The Grammy-nominated Freddie McGregor has been serving up musical greatness for more than six decades and is the ideal artist to headline the milestone occasion for Sound Chat Radio, one of the world’s largest online Caribbean radio stations. The legendary act joins an all-star lineup of Sound Chat Radio “Reeewind Sundays” personalities including Bobby Channel One, Carl B Moxie, Supa Fridge, Nexxt Level, Jah Wise, Johnny Guard and Kulcha Kartel.

“It’s truly a blessing to have sustained Sound Chat Radio for 10 years,” says Bourne. “We are proud that Freddie McGregor will be on deck to celebrate this accomplishment with us, as we have built a great relationship with the legendary entertainer over the years and our listeners love him.”

Launched by Garfield “Chin” Bourne of Irish and Chin, Sound Chat Radio is syndicated in more than 30 markets and has amassed millions of listeners. Bourne credits the success of the Sound Chat Radio sound system-driven talk show for catapulting Sound Chat Radio into an expansive network.

Bourne says, ” The journey has had challenges, but it’s rewarding to see the growth and even more humbling to see the overall influence the platform has had on media. Sound Chat Radio has provided a blueprint for sound system based talk programming, spawning scores of shows taking on its format.”

Consisting of more than 40 programs with top sound systems, DJs, radio personalities and esteemed journalists, Sound Chat Radio offers an interactive radio experience to a wide audience, ranging from 28-71 years old. The station is a conduit of the global Jamaican Diaspora, connecting them with timely, important and substantive content. Topics span entertainment, politics, business, sports, economics, health, spirituality and more.

“I believe that Sound Chat Radio’s diverse and insanely talented roster and unorthodox style of radio are the main ingredients in its winning formula. We took a chance and broke the monotony of traditional radio, incorporating sounds as radio personalities, unique topics and audience involvement. It worked! You’ll never hear the same show twice,” says Bourne enthusiastically.

Over the course of his incredible career, the internationally acclaimed Freddie McGregor has made unmatched contributions to Reggae music. The singer, record producer and famed “Big Ship Captain” is a cultural icon and premiere voice and face of Jamaican music. Recording since seven years old as “Little Freddie,” the Clarendon, Jamaica born entertainer continues to deliver impeccable, soulful records. His sons, producer Stephen “Di Genius” McGregor and artist Chino, are boldly carrying the McGregor musical legacy.

Much to his credit, Bourne singlehandedly transformed the one-of-a kind Sound Chat Radio talk show into a 24-hour internationally respected online station. With more than 25 years in the business of Caribbean entertainment, with preservation of Jamaican music and culture at the core of his mission, this is not the first brand Bourne has successfully curated.

Through Irish and Chin, Bourne produced the renowned, 20+ year running World Clash, which changed the business of sound clash as we know it and “Reeewind,” a rub-a-dub style event that celebrated it’s 10th Anniversary with the Crowning of the late King U-Roy. The well-deserved and overdue Crowning of the Reggae Music pioneer and Godfather of Hip Hop U-Roy was a historical moment, which went viral.

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Sure-D Brings Authentic Dancehall Flavor to New Badda General Produced Single ‘My Ting’

August 3, 2021TORONTO (Acclaim PR) — Stunning entertainer Sure-D, also known as Kathy-Ann Murray, delivers an authentic and fun Dancehall sound on new single “My Ting.” The Badda General-produced song sees the artist who was born in Trinidad and Tobago and raised in Toronto, Canada, expanding well beyond her Soca roots.

“I felt like I’ve always dabbled in different styles of music and I just went with my vibe at the time. I am a fan of Dancehall and wordplay and thought this style allowed me creative expression on the song,” says Sure-D.

“My Ting” boasts a catchy hook over an old school uptempo beat, bound to  capture the attention of the masses. Whether listeners are reciting the lyrics or just moving and grooving, the familiar sound and vibe of “My Ting” is slated to help solidify the Sure-D brand amongst wide audiences. “My Ting” was penned from the perspective of an independent woman.

Sure-D makes it a habit to not be pigeonholed into one genre of music and refers to her music overall as a “world sound.”

“You will be able to hear the Soca and Dancehall influences within most of my music,” the singer says. “However, you can also identify  genres like R&B and Afrobeats. In Trinidad, we have a dish called ‘Pelau’ — with a little bit of everything in one pot. That’s actually  a good way to think of my music.”

It’s no surprise that Sure-D handpicked Dancehall frontrunner Badda General to produce “My Ting,” as he is a triple industry threat (artist, selector and producer), who has been scoring with a wealth of hit music. According to Sure-D, the connection with Badda General came in 2018 via another Toronto-based Dancehall act. But it was in 2019 when the two joined forces.

As Sure-D strives to reach global audiences with her diverse style, she longs for the day to “touch road” again safely. Like many, Sure-D had to adapt to a virtual world and the near standstill pace of live entertainment during the pandemic. As an independent artist, she had to work extra hard to promote her music.

No stranger to the stage, Sure-D has performed at Soca Monarch in Trinidad,  opened for Jada Kingdom in Orlando, Florida just before the pandemic and recently graced Jerkfest in Toronto. Sure-D cites her electrifying stage presence, creativity and songwriting as her stand-out criteria.

In fact, Sure-D’s song-writing skills have afforded her opportunities to write with renowned songwriting teams and producers
(Kia Jeffries, James Lackey and Steven Jordan better known as Stevie J) for a range of Pop, Gospel, Hip Hop and Reggae artists, including Freddie McGregor and Turbulence.

“My Ting,” destined to have audiences having fun and dancing again, is out now on all digital platforms. A visual is due later this month.

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Edley Shine Drops Stunning Visual For “Glow Party”

International recording artiste Edley Shine’s latest offering is a welcome treat for music lovers around the world. In celebration of one year since the release of his debut 2020 EP, “Based On Talent”, he has released the stunning visuals for the 4th single, “Glow Party” on Friday, July 23, 2021.

“I’m just showing diversity, a different sound and showing my audience there’s more to my vocal ability than they may be aware of. I could have opted to get a singer to feature on ‘Glow Party’ but I demoed it for a couple singers and they basically shot me down to collab for whatever reason. So I just kept the demo and that’s what people hear on the final product on the EP,” the artiste revealed. 

The track is currently one of the most streamed songs on the EP.  “‘Glow Party’ is an international record that is being played in Africa, Europe, South America and pockets of the Caribbean. So, the data I’ve seen shows me that the song needs the proper nurturing to live out its full potential,” the artiste elaborated.

Released independently at the heights of the pandemic, “Based On Talent” is a strong body of work that the artiste is quite proud of, jam-packed with a slew of high quality productions.

“It’s music that does not conform to any of the trends or norms of modern Dancehall and Reggae. It’s the vegetables on the plate most people will not consume on the first, second or third presentation but for the most part, people that appreciate good music have personally reached out to me and stated I deserve more recognition for staying myself and making quality music that stands pass the viral and hype cycle of today’s music standards,” he expressed.

Formerly ½ of the explosive duo Born Jamericans, Edley Shine is living up to his name and taking his talents to the world. In an ever evolving industry, the artiste has managed to remain timely and relevant as an independent artiste, with a slew of hits under his belt.  “With ‘Glow Party’, I just continue to show people that there’s more in store from my brand and this was just a statement project to let the industry know that your favourite artiste is here to stay,” he stated.

In addition to “Glow Party”, he has released a red-hot Summer Series of music, including “Cloud 9”, “Money Face” and “Sweet Baby Pt. 2 (Inna Dem Town).” Expect even more projects from Edley Shine in the coming months, with new music currently in the works.

“Glow Party” is available for purchase and streaming on major digital platforms online.

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Mr. Easy Sizzles with New Scorcher ‘Friends Fi Life’

The summer heat is scorching just like Mr. Easy’s new single “Friends Fi Life,” featuring De Alpha. In just a short time since its release, “Friends Fi Life” is blazing national and international radio, the sound fraternity, the Dancehall and music lovers far and wide! The red-hot song speaks to Mr. Easy’s proven track record of cranking out hit music over his longrunning career.

Produced by DJ Jason and Romie Fame Records on the Legacy Riddim, “Friends Fi Life” boasts both an upbeat tempo and message. Mr. Easy and rising star De Alpha are the ideal voices to bring the melodic ode to friendship loyalty to life. “Friends Fi Life” is likely resonating so well with listening audiences because of it’s catchy hook, impactful verses and theme that never grows old, especially during such trying times.

You are mi friend fi life

Through the roughest of times and you still deya by my side

You are mi friend fi life

When nothing nuh gwan negative we neva emphasize

You are mi friend fi life

You’re more than a brother genuine like leather mi genna

Mi friend fi life

When nothing nuh gwan and you still deya by mi side

Whether selectors and sounds speed the record up, much to the delight of the dancers with choreographed moves, or play it at its original tempo, “Friends Fi Life” is a bonafide crowd pleaser. Adding to the song’s notable buzz, Mr. Easy and De Alpha have performed the song on multiple media platforms. Further, the duo are set to release a visual for the song later this month.

As if Mr. Easy couldn’t get musically hotter this summer, the “Drive Me Crazy” crooner has also released sizzlers like “COW-ADD” and “Dem Nuh Real.” These “real life” style songs are also receiving attention among tastemakers. Mr. Easy’s new summer releases are fresh off the heels of the motivational “Conquer The World” from his fourth studio album “Legendary,” a 9-track treasure trove of great Reggae music.

Much to his credit, Mr. Easy shows no signs of slowing down and continues to make timeless music. Notably, Mr. Easy helped shape the sound of Dancehall’s 90’s & 00’s Golden Era with loads of hit music.

Download/Stream “Friends Fi Life”: https://songwhip.com/mreasy/friends-fi-life

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UK Radio Personality Mixmaster J Scores Winning Online Formula with Top Reggae and Dancehall Acts

There are a whirlwind of DJs and radio personalities who emerged during the pandemic. And rightfully so, as the world craved entertainment, while at an urgent standstill.  But one DJ in particular, Mixmaster J “English General” of the UK, became a giant online force, scoring memorable and innovative interviews with what reads like a who’s who of Reggae and Dancehall music.
Top artists, in tandem with Mixmaster J’s vibrant on-air style and non-traditional approach to interviews, proved to be a successful formula for the UK personality who nabbed features with guests including Kabaka Pyramid, Maxi Priest, Busy Signal, Jeremy Harding, Third World, Sean Paul, Shaggy, Cham, Red Rat, Mr. Easy, Usain Bolt, HoodCelebrityy, Yaksta and Alaine, among notable others.

Shaggy is one of the many top acts, Mixmaster J interviewed during the pandemic.

Whether riding the bus and roaming the streets of London town with the famed Third World (during lifted restrictions), learning new dance moves from

HoodCelebritty, chatting poolside with Mr. Easy or vibing and joking with other top stars, Mixmaster J has offered audiences candid, priceless moments with their favs. Throw in Mixmaster J’s ability to ask questions that bring out the artist’s best attributes and you’ve got quite the show!
Mixmaster J, who broadcasts on online radio platforms including iliveradio.com, heartofloveradio.com and reggaeglobalradio.com, ramped up his social media presence amidst troubling times to offer additional shows on IG Live and Facebook. These extra interviews were the rave, yielding an opportunity for fans to interact with special guests, while enjoying content that spanned old-school and new-school Reggae and Dancehall themes.
Mixmaster J has always been inspired by audience feedback, but hearing from people during the pandemic “hit different,” says the tastemaker. “There was more than one humbling moment,” he adds.
“I was thanked for being on air and helping some cope with mental illness during the Covid-19 pandemic,” says Mixmaster J. “I feel rewarded. It’s a blessing to know that my show helped people in some way.”
The show is not over! You can catch Mixmaster J doing what he loves several days a week (visit @mixmasterj29 for schedule). In addition to his exciting, regular programming, Mixmaster J holds down a well-received Jamrock Radio residency, serves as the Alliance’s official UK DJ and became an iliveradio award winner. There’s a lot bubbling for the UK personality!

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Edley Shine and DJ Baby Ace Unite on Copper Energy Riddim

Legendary Artist on ‘Cloud 9’ over the New Release

It’s blazing hot, just like the legendary artist Edley Shine amidst his “Summer Series” of new music releases! The latest song to indisputably help mold the season’s music landscape is “Cloud 9.”

The banger hails from producer Baby Ace’s Copper Energy Riddim, which also features Dancehall Icon Delly Ranx, Jamaican/UK recording act King Ali Baba and a bonus track by Cubanis.

The zesty “Cloud 9” sees “Da Big Voice” painting a vivid picture of the independent woman and what it takes to get her attention. The melodic female ode is accompanied by a lyric video, which is now playing on Edley Shine’s You Tube Channel.

Never shy of lyrical delivery, the distinguished deejay style of Edley Shine is in full form to wow music listeners! A catchy hook over the powerful, body moving & thought provoking Copper Energy Riddim serves up a summer sizzler!

“Cloud 9 is a viable female empowerment anthem in a climate which is doing the opposite. That’s always been my movement…music goes right and I make a hard left,” says Edley Shine, while chuckling.

“Cloud 9 is my creative way of letting the ladies know I understand. It’s my version of ‘A’int Nothing Going On But the Rent.'”

Born from a friendship that spans decades, the Edley Shine and DJ Baby Ace pairing for “Cloud 9” yields quite a musical outcome. Hands down, DJ Baby Ace has been an avid supporter of Edley Shine’s career over the years. This will be the first of many artist/producer collaborations.

Jamaican born DJ Baby Ace has been the combination of renowned club, sound system and radio DJ, as well as esteemed radio station owner (Baby Ace Radio), since 1988. Currently based in the United States, the Mandeville native started producing in 2018 by teaching himself the ropes, after many years as a DJ.
The Copper Energy Riddim is heavily inspired by teamwork with King Ali Baba, DJ Baby Ace’s long time friend.

Edley Shine is ablaze this summer, thus far affording fans with “Cloud 9” and “Sweet Baby Pt. 2 (Inna Dem Town),” a collabo with Duke Massive. There’s alot more greatness in store for the “Da Big Voice,” who is also  celebrating the 1st Anniversary of his groundbreaking solo debut EP “Based on Talent” with music like “Glow Party” and sizzlin’ promotional and editorial content.



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Acclaim PR
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