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Allan Kingdom releases his new Single “Thirsty Part 2”

The Canadian born rapper/ song writer has brought different flavors to the rap industry. Since the release of his mix tape back in 2011 the rapper has been increasing in popularity. In 2014, City Pages named Kingdom the best HipHop artist of the year. Back 2017, he collaborated with artist such as Chronixx, DRAM and Gloss Gang.

Kingdom began his music career by performing live in the Twin Cities, Justin Vernon who caught one of his show discovered his talent and introduced him to Kayne West, who at the time was seeking collaborators for a new single. “He was listening to beats from somebody else, he was going through the whole folder and was like nope, next, next, next, next … Then I was supposed to play my music next. I plug up my laptop, play him the first song, it plays all the way through and he’s like, ‘Cool, I like that.’ Then I played him every idea through. Then he says, ‘Well, how much of it can I use?’”

Kayne featured Kingdom on his next single titled “all Day” alongside Theophilus London and Paul McCartney.

Listen to the song below and leave your comments.

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(Intro)
Its a cold world Baby and ahhh
Everybody need somebody
and if you not that somebody, it’s gonna be somebody
So don’t feel too special

(Chorus)
I’m not thirsty baby I’m just lonely
You can’t hurt me baby you don’t own me
I’m not thirsty baby I’m just lonely
You can’t hurt me baby you don’t own me
I’m not thirsty baby I’m just lonely
You can’t hurt me baby you don’t own me
I’m not thirsty baby I’m just lonely

(Verse 1)
Me and the money is bad ghost
Build it from nothing don’ t let go
I jus’ stuck to the plan
I came up with your mans but he got funny and changed on me
But tell you baby these n*gg* drive me crazy
So I need a lady
N*gg*s stay down don’t play me
But Shelly cutie these women drive me rudy (hey)
My shamazodie uzee de pen shamazodie
My fazzie sweeter than the notzie
You got me woi I’m feeling Godly
Walahee I don’t want your problem
You got me cause everybody got them

(Chorus 2)
I’m not thirsty baby, I’m just lonely
You can’t hurt me baby you don’t own me
I’m not thirsty baby I’m just lonely
I’m not thirsty baby I’m just lonely

(Verse 2)
Its a new time
Got the new wine
In the moon time
Afternoon time
Its a new time
got the new shine
when you look fine in the moon shine
Got the Louvre tits on you smooth body
F*ck a new watch
Want a new raddy
Want it vintage
Got you right by me
If she pass on me
Test her rosarie
Ehhh
I’m a win a woi (I a win ahhh)
When he switched on me I was in Ja (mhmmm)
When he switched on me I’ma king god
Buss it open new i’ma a Benja
Buss it open new i’ma ninja

(Chorus)
I’m not thirsty baby, I’m just lonely
You can’t hurt me baby you don’t own me
I’m not thirsty baby I’m just lonely
I’m not thirsty baby I’m just lonely

(Outra)
The only person that can claim me is God and my mamma (laugh)
She brought me here and he will take me out
Everybody in between give me a dose [?]
yow
I’m not thirsty baby jus’ loney

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Alkaline is trolling Tony Matterhorn amidst a one-year ban on his music.

After weeks of being silent, Matterhorn snapped last weekend at a party where he declared that a ban on Alkaline music for the rest of the year is in order. The veteran sound system selector hurled some expletives at the Vendetta deejay and his fans in an act of defiance amidst criticism. “Me say me a give Alkaline one year bom***** ban, who no like it s*** your mother,” he told the crowd before dropping Vybz Kartel single “InfraRed.”

Moments after the clip went viral, Alkaline posted a video of a young fan wilding-out to his 2016 smash hit “Champion Boy.” If this is not a clear sign that the beef between these two is nowhere near over, then perhaps it’s one big publicity stunt. It’s not the later, we’re told Tony Matterhorn is really angry and feels disrespected the way Alkaline dealt with the situation in Florida last month. This is just his way of venting his anger rather than getting into a physical confrontation which could end badly for all parties.

“He is just being the bigger man and he is the bigger man so this is just his way of sending a message rather than taking up a gun and behave badly,” a rep for the disc jockey said.

Lol mad

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(Intro)
Mi nah tell nuh lie the party so nice
The amounta a gyal deh by mi side
Mi have gyal pon the lef an pon the right
Mi sure mi nah go home tonight

(Chorus)
To how the vibes right
To how mi feel nice
No, mi nah lef’, mi nah go home
Gyal buss weh like kite an a bubble all night
No, mi nah lef’, mi nah go home
Party all ’till day light no time fi buss fight
No, mi nah lef’, mi nah go home
Gyal wishper inna mi hears say har head feel light
No, mi nah lef’, mi nah go home

(Verse 1)
Di gyal dem buss out take over video light
di amount a gyal deh inna mi eye sight
who fah skin pretty
who no donkey nuh bite
which one a dem mi ago tek home tonight
Foreign yuh wah go I can give yuh a flight
Gyal treat mi good an mi a treat yuh right
Mi tek one off a yuh frien’ the other night
An mi couldn’ believe when mi get you last night
How come, you body righter than yuh frien’
How come, a you where the dear things dem
How come, you nuh have no money problem
How come,a you get the mistraught dem, how come

(Chorus)
To how the vibes right
To how mi feel nice
No mi nah lef’, mi nah go home
Gyal buss weh like kite an a bubble all night
No mi nah lef’, mi nah go home
Party all ’till day light no time fi buss fight
No mi nah lef’, mi nah go home
Gyal wishper inna mi hears say har head feel light
No mi nah lef’, mi nah go home

(Verse 2)
Liquor pon table and ice inna bucket
Floss we a floss and money inna pocket
Money dash weh pure gyal a one drop it
Wish badmine bwoy wah come stop it
selector play tune have mi gyal an we a pop it
red bottom shoes and mi Tom Ford jacket
Style we a style, we nuh follow we set it
Any weh inna di world wi go a we lock it

(Chorus)
To how the vibes right
To how mi feel nice
No mi nah lef’, mi nah go home
Gyal buss weh like kite an a bubble all night
No mi nah lef’, mi nah go home
Party all ’till day light no time fi buss fight
No mi nah lef’, mi nah go home
Gyal wishper inna mi hears say har head feel light
No mi nah lef’, mi nah go home

(Bridge)
Mi nah tell nuh lie the party so nice
Mi nah tell nuh lie the party so nice
Mi nah tell nuh lie the party so nice
The amount a gyal deh by mi side
Mi have gyal pon the lef an pon the right
Mi sure mi nah go home tonight

(Chorus)
To how the vibes right
To how mi feel nice
No mi nah lef’, mi nah go home
Gyal buss weh like kite an a bubble all night
No mi nah lef’, mi nah go home
Party all ’till day light no time fi buss fight
No mi nah lef’, mi nah go home
Gyal wishper inna mi hears say har head feel light
No mi nah lef’, mi nah go home

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Damian Marley is deserving of his Grammy win on Sunday night and almost all of the reggae/dancehall community agrees.

Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley picked up his third Grammy award for Best Reggae Album at the 60th annual Grammy Awards at Madison Square Gardens on Sunday night. Reggae fans have been reacting with mixed feelings but an overwhelming number agrees that his album Stony Hill is deserving of the trophy. Some folks believe that Chronixx is deserving of the award and Gong won solely because of the Marley name.

Reggae icon Freddie McGregor is one of those who weighed in on Damian Marley Grammy win and he applauded the artist for his work. “I really celebrate the win because Jr Gong did not win because his surname was Marley but because he had a really strong album,” McGregor said. “The Grammy is not just about the album but also the technical sides and Gong is a very seasoned artiste.”

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Chronixx also deserves some credit for releasing a strong album, Chronology, last year, but Marley’s Stony Hill is clearly a better project. McGregor sees this as a win for the “Likes” singer although he didn’t take home the Grammy. “It is truly a win for Chronixx as he did do a lot in such a little time,” he explains. “He is young and I am really looking forward to seeing him making a lot more great albums in the future but cheers to Jr Gong. No one can complain about him winning because he was a Marley.”

Chronixx made some eyebrow-raising comments on Sunday night when he criticized the Grammys for not televising the reggae category live. Some fans pushed back asking him why he did not congratulate his comrade Damian Marley but instead chooses to criticize the Recording Academy. Dancehall artist Mr. Vegas also weighed in on that issue saying that he doesn’t agree with the criticism Chronixx laid out against the awards ceremony.

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“There are many categories that do not come on live,” Mr. Vegas laments. “I did not know this until I met with a team from the committee. It is a four-hour show, and lots of awards to give. Give the Grammy credit. We have no reggae category in the other major award shows that happen yearly. The Grammys started in 1958, and added the reggae category in 1985. To date it is the only major music award in the USA that acknowledges reggae artistes.”

Mr. Vegas makes a strong point. There is currently no other major awards show in the United States that recognized reggae artists the way the Grammy does, but still yet we are criticizing the Grammy’s and not the other award shows.

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