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Most reggae/dancehall artists have at least one marijuana anthem in their catalog, but Devin Di Dakta and Ikaya are going the opposite route.

The Dakta and Ikaya joined forces to record a anti-smoking single “Future Come First” featured on the Talk Di Truth Riddim, produced by NotNice. The song is in support of the National Council on Drug Abuse’s (NCDA) Talk Di Truth: Youth and Ganja Public Education no-smoking campaign and educational tour, an initiative by the Ministries of Health, Education, Justice and National Security.

“We want to get up close and personal when we educate these young, impressionable minds and anything that is threatening your education is threatening your future,” Ikaya said. “Your future come first. Try get high grades not high grade. I definitely believe that music is arguably the best vehicle to reach the youth of our nation. Where words fail sometimes, music often speaks. Entertainers have a powerful grasp on the youth and can influence them. It’s a role that we should take seriously as the voice of the voiceless.”

The dancehall singer says she got involved with the initiative to help teach young people healthy habits such as no smoking. The 2013 Jamaica Secondary School Survey found that 43 percent of students admitted that marijuana was too easily accessible. The Jamaican government has been moving to decriminalized use of the plant and that could make it even more accessible, so the initiatives like these will go a long way.

“I witnessed firsthand the harmful effects of smoking through my grandfather, so I feel obligated to educate Jamaica about the health dangers of smoking not only to help save lives, but to also honour my grandfather’s life,” she added. “As young people, your brains are still being developed and at that stage, studies are showing that the damage from smoking has dangerous effects on the brain, including memory loss, which we all know prevents us from retaining information being taught in school.”


Munga Honorable is among a handful of dancehall artists either serving time for murder or on pending murder charges.

Earlier this month, Ninja Man was arrested pending a long awaited trial for a 2009 murder case. His case has been delayed at least a dozen times and now a judge finally decided to drop the hammer for the case to proceed in the Home Circuit Court in Kingston. Munga Honorable was arrested and charge with murder in May of this year following the shooting death of a man who attacked and chopped him a few years ago.

The Gangsta Rass deejay says that he is innocent of the charges and want his name to be cleared as quickly as possible. “It is a moment inna mi life mi woulda waan pass quickly and mi figet bout it,” he said. “But I feel positive and I’m looking and moving in that positive direction in every way.” Munga added that his children and parents were the first persons he thought about when he was taken into custody in May. “How my children and parents might have felt … because that (family and the love of his mother and grandmother) is the basis of my life.”

Munga was charged for the murder of Cleveland Smith who was gunned down in Ackee Walk, St Andrew in May. Smith is the same man that attacked and chopped the artist several times back in 2015.


Nicki Minaj has stepped forward to address critics of her collaboration with Cardi B and Migos.

Since her shot to the mainstream this summer, Cardi B has been rumored to be having beef with Nicki Minaj and now that they will be featured on the same tack together for the first time, here comes the conspiracy theorists. Some folks on Twitter are alleging that Nicki didn’t know about the collaboration because she believed that it was just another song with Migos, but the Young Money rapper is calling the claims bogus.

“I was on the song w/Quavo. No one else was on it. He called & asked if I think we should put Bardi on it, I said “ok let’s do it”. The end,” she wrote on Twitter before adding, “Migos weren’t even on it yet. Just Quavo. The conspiracy theories r just so tired. Relax. Breathe. Imagine me not knowing who on a song w/me.”

“Anything w/my name on it gets approved by me. It can’t even go on a streaming service w/o me hearing it & giving written approval,” she added. “These are men in our culture who simply refuse to let it go. They don’t do this to male M.C.’s. But yo #Motorsport #1 added on urban radio.”

I was on the song w/Quavo. No one else was on it. He called & asked if I think we should put Bardi on it, I said “ok let’s do it”. The end.

— NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) October 31, 2017

Migos weren’t even on it yet. Just Quavo. The conspiracy theories r just so tired. Relax. Breathe. Imagine me not knowing who on a song w/me

— NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) October 31, 2017

Anything w/my name on it gets approved by me. It can’t even go on a streaming service w/o me hearing it & giving written approval.

— NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) October 31, 2017

These are men in our culture who simply refuse to let it go. They don’t do this to male M.C.’s. But yo #Motorsport #1 added on urban radio??

— NICKI MINAJ (@NICKIMINAJ) October 31, 2017


Mavado link up with Chimney Records’ Jordan for a new single “All Night.”

It’s an MVP affair for Chimney this holiday season with new songs from Mavado, Alkaline and Jahmiel. The Gullyside female fans will like this new track from the gad. “Me like fi see when yo bend down and yo as up in the air / She a give me one island ride and a laugh a change the gear / Gal ready when mi tell yo say fi ride all night / Lickle red ride woulda ride her bike,” the singjay sings.

Mavado has only released a handful of new singles this year but almost all of them have been hits. The Gullyside singjay have already cemented his place in dancehall as one of the greatest to have ever done it. Earlier this year he and Vybz Kartel reignited their legendary feud but that was short lived.


Jahmiel teams up with Chimney Records producer Jordan for his new single “Heaven.”

Jordan is the same producer behind Alkaline‘s two recent singles “Hard Tackle” and “Suave.” He also produced a new single for Mavado “All Night” so it seems like its an MVP affair for the Chimney Records producer. “Yo see wa me do me ago do it till the day I die / Happy life me waan fi live so everyday I smile / Wa mi no want mi no focus pon / Cyan bother wid that Jordan / Love the life I live so me no waan this stop ya man / So me keep it up like heaven,” the Patriotz sinhjay sings.

Jahmiel is one of the brightest stars in the local reggae/dancehall scene right now and he has been having a big year with a growing catalog of hits under his belt. Listen to his new single “Heaven” below.