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Vybz Kartel previews two new raunchy singles for the Christmas holiday.

The Gazanation boss teased the upcoming singles, “My Boo” and “Watch Over Us,” on his Instagram last night. The songs were produced by TJ Records and could arrive as early as this weekend, sources told us. “LIKE I SAID!!!…GAZAGURLZ LETS PARTY TOGETHER THIS CHRISTMAS.WANNA BE MY BOO? COMING SOON,” Kartel wrote. We’re told that the singles could arrive as early as tomorrow night.

“Think of these two tracks as a Christmas treat for the ladies from the Worl’Boss,” sources said. “TJ [Records] had these tracks in the vault for a little while and we think its the right time to release them. The single “My Boo” is a bit of a dancehall love song that will showcase Kartel’s versatility. You will find that The Teacha won’t come with the same style and flow with every song, it’s always something different.”

Since around August, Vybz Kartel has been dropping an average of two songs per week and is showing no signs of slowing down. This week he already released one song and could drop two more by tomorrow. Despite being behind bars since 2011, Kartel seems like he is the hardest working artist in dancehall currently.

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Ninjaman will likely know his fate tomorrow when a high court judge is expected to hand down a ruling in his murder trial.

The dancehall legend is back behind bars after being discharged from a hospital earlier this week after having a mild heart attack. The prosecution closed their case last week Friday and the defense attorney submitted a no case submission. The trial is being held behind closed doors on camera because of the nature of the case.

Ninjaman is on trial for the murder of Ricardo Johnson, known in the community as Trooper. The dancehall artist, whose real name is Desmond Ballentine, his son Jamiel, and their friend Dennis Clayton were charged with murder and shooting with intent for the March 2009 murder. One witness, who testified in the trial, said the three men fired two shots after him, but he managed to escape the gunfire.

The “Kingston Town” deejay has been on bail since 2012, but last month, High Court judge, Justice Martin Gayle, revoked his bail and ordered him back behind bars. The case was transferred to a special court that deals with cases over five years old. Ninjaman has maintained his innocence and previously told us that he is anxious to put this case behind him.


Macka Diamond is one of few dancehall artist who personally knows slain deejay Unicorn.

Police found Unicorn’s lifeless body in the Crescent Road area in Kingston 11 on Tuesday of this week. Macka Diamond confirmed his death via Instagram and now she is opening up about the unfortunate killing. “I’ve known Unicorn for years, from back in days,” she told the Observer. “He was a writer, deejay and producer… very hardworking and jovial; him will keep you laughing. He was also hard-headed because once him hold an opinion, him nah go easily change dat. But he was very humble too, as he wrote a lot of songs for many artistes and nuh talk bout it.”

Macka Diamond and Unicorn have previously collaborated on the single “Think Bout Mi.” He also wrote and produced a few singles for her including “Cow Foot” and “Hoola.” The collaborative single “Think Bout Mi” is his biggest hit to date. Approximately two weeks before his death, another music producer, Ralston “Tru Blue” Wellington, was murdered in the same area.

Unicorn, born Donovan McMurray was 43 years old at the time of his death. Police are actively investigating the murder but say that they have no leads so far.


Mavado pays homage to his mother in the new video “Mama.”

The JA Productions single was originally released earlier this year and features Mavado singing about his unconditional love for his mother and taking her out of the ghetto after becoming a successful recording artist. “Mama mi never ever ever ever left you out / Mi never left you in a the board house pon the Gully / Mi tek you out, you proud a you son / Seh mi proud a mi self, you teach me fi pray over mi self,” Mavado sings.

The video was shot in Africa while Mavado was on tour on the content. The cut features a few clips of the Gullyside singer performing in front of 50,000 people in Gambia. The cut also features some footage of the dancehall artist meeting and greeting some of his fans.

In May of this year, Mavado received approximately 10 acres of land in The Gambia as a gift from Global Properties. The land is located in Sanyang Village which is located on the west coast of the country. Mavado says he plans to build a hotel and a second home there. Watch the music video for the single “Mama” below.


50 Cent taps Jeremih for his new single “Still Think Im Nothing.”

Music hasn’t been 50 Cent’s main priority lately but ever so often he pops up with a new single such as this new joint with R&B singer Jeremih, “Still Think Im Nothing.” At the end of the day you can’t blame the New York rapper because he has achieved so much already from his musical career and now he is making waves and making bread in the television business.

Fifty first previewed the Bongo-produced single on Instagram earlier this week and let’s not forget her has been very active on social media of late trolling his enemies like Wendy Williams and Tyrese Gibson. The rapper didn’t say if this will be featured on his long awaited new album Street King Immortal or whether or not it’s a stand alone single that 50 Cent just decides to drop on his fans. There is no word from the rapper on when the album will arrive.

During his social media shindig he also previewed a new song with Gucci Mane, but he didn’t say when that song will be released. On this new song, “Still Think Im Nothing,” Jeremih delivers a smooth hook while 50 came through with two killer verses.

“I remember all the sh*t you said to me ’cause it hurt me / Then it helped me ’cause then I was down to do / The nuts in my pocket boys I / I see you with your skinny jeans, punk, with your ass out / And I got all kind of money now,” 50 Cent raps.