Unless you have been living under a rock the past few months we are positive you have seen or heard the hype of Tele Cruz’s newest single “SWEAT” spreading throughout the Caribbean, U.S. and Europe like wildfire………..
Trinidad and Tobago soca artiste Tele Cruz has moved into high gear with his latest single Sweat. The song is being served as a precursor to the upcoming carnival season in the twin-isle republic. It is already creating waves in Tobago.
Sweat is featured on the benchmark rhythm and produced by 4Sons Entertainment in Sweden. It was mixed and mastered by Madmen Productions out of Trinidad. It is the follow-up to Tele Cruz’s most recent hit Sail Away which featured fellow Trinidad and Tobago recording artiste Umi Marcano.
Best known for the single Material Tings which peaked at number two on the RETV MVP Top Ten Countdown in 2010, Tele Cruz has effectively carved out an enviable niche for himself among the newer cadre of soca music ambassadors. Material Tings also impacted several charts across the Caribbean and even in Europe, where he has a large fan base.
Influenced by music from an early age, it didn’t take long before Cruz understood that music was the biggest passion in life. That passion would eventually become his livelihood.
He started out as a dancer in his teenage years and competed in many dance competitions. Later on, he would embark on a career as a disc jockey, working out with one of the top sound systems in his native Trinidad and Tobago. His skills as a disc jockey would lead him to entertain millions of persons around the world on a popular cruise line.
Born Tiele Thorne, Cruz’s work over the years with an impressive line-up of recording acts has given him the confidence to take his music career to another level. In 2006, he made his recording debut with Caribbean Affairs which featured pop singer Swedish Maria (Maria Albayrak).
Caribbean Affairs was a huge success, especially in Europe where it ranked number three on the Caribbean Countdown in Europe. - Via Jamaica Starr - http://jamaica-star.com/thestar/20111111/ent/ent6.html
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01. The Amazing Race (feat. LaTangela Fay)
02. Take A Pull (feat. Smoke DZA)
04. CoOL Is In Session (U.K. Check In)
05. Ghost Town
06. All Summer Long
07. We Get High (feat. Cornerboy P)
08. Free Your Mind
09. Honduran Sand
10. Great Morning 2 Ya (feat. Sxxy Latina)
11. Wish I Could Fly
12. Under The Cajun Moon
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Fiend’s “Great Morning 2 Ya” is the first song to be leaked off the highly anticipated, next to drop mixtape titled ”COOL IS IN SESSION” . This will be the 4th mixtape released this year from the artist/producer, Fiend/International Jones. With the minor release date set back, it’s now expected to be officially release July 28, 2011, just in time to get your mind right to help cope with the added stress and pressure that starting a new school year will bring.
Fiend’s sound is staying consistent with the mature, cool, groovy vibe of his alter ego Mr. International Jones that everyone has come to love. Some have even gone as far to call him “The Berry White of Rap” with his oh so smooth and deeply calming voice. So, make sure you set the mood appropriately, grab your BABY and get ready to fly high…………
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A wise man once said achieving success in the music business can be tricky and no two stories are exactly the same. This theory holds true for A.G.E.’s first lady Bonnie Parka as she creates her own path to becoming a hip-hop top contender. Bonnie Parka came into the game knowing that her road to success would not be easy; being an interracial female she is faced with what most would consider a double negative.
At first glance many would assume that Bonnie Parka was just another gimmicky “white girl” trying her luck on the music scene but a deeper look gives a greater understanding of what she truly has to offer. Born on July 6, 1987 to an Irish father and Cape Verdean (small island off the coast of South Africa) mother tells that she is much more than what meets the eye. Born in Providence , RI & raised in Sarasota , FL; Bonnie has endured numerous life struggles on both sides of the Mason Dixon and has always used art as an outlet to express her pain and happiness.
Bonnie is not the average rapper but an artist by nature. Before rap Bonnie used: drawing, poetry, singing, and writing as mediums to release her frustrations with family, financial and personal life struggles. As with most artists Bonnie felt the need to push her limits and broaden her horizons with new mediums. Coming from a musically inclined family hip-hop naturally became the next point of progression for this talented artist.
From the infantile stages of her career she has always stood out amongst a crowd and was recruited in to A.G.E. Ent, not only for her unique look and style but also for her: confidence, dedication, and ability to deliver hard bars and witty punch lines much more effectively and creatively than many seasoned hip-hop veterans. The A.G.E. Movement knows that she has an unmatched will to succeed and that she expects nothing less than greatness from herself. Stay tuned and keep your ears to the streets for all things Bonnie Parka.
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When most people think of Splitter Records / Splitta Squad, they automatically think of Tampa Tony. Tampa Tony, being Splitter Records main priority, had much success. Gracing the cover of Ozone Magazine (twice). Reaching outside the limits of the music industry, Splitter Records has been able to successfully brand itself such as putting out merchandise; Da Splitta (selling 40,000+ & featured in High Times Magazine), Bobble Heads and even their own line of DS Sneakers. Not only being able to brand themselves, Splitter Records is also able to maintain a great fan base with southern classics such as “Keep Jukin’”, “She Lies” “Bobblehead, “Can’t Juke Without Me” and most noted Trick Daddy’s” J.O.D.D. “featuring Tampa Tony and Khia, from Trick Daddy’s Thug Matrimony Album. (J.O.D.D. is featured in movies – “Into The Blue” & “40 Year Old Virgin” and the video game – “Midnight Club 3 – Dub City”). However, due to the unfortunate circumstances of Tampa Tony, the label has been forced to redirect its focus. Splitter Records has now introduce Da Splitta Squad. One of their biggest accomplishments to date is gracing the stage in front of over 40,000 fans at Jamaica’s Reggae Fest, STING in Dec 26, 2009, followed by two promo tours of the island. Great and Chuck (Splitta Squad) have been with the label from the beginning and are currently working on a group project, The Re-Creation, with the growing success of their crossover smash single, “Superstar”, the rest of the album should be full of hits says Julia Beverly, Ozone Magazine. Splitter Records/ Great Things Ent., is well on its way to becoming the next major thing out of the Florida market. They have ultimately become a true product of what Florida has to offer.
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Who Is Jer’Coda?
After years of strategic planning and perfecting his skill, the native Texan know to friends and family as Jercorvick; a current resident of East Texas, is officially ready to introduce “JER’CODA” to the world.
There are too many artist, thugs and wannabees that over glorify the lifestyle of a so called “THUG” but, for Jer’Coda The lifestyle was very much a daunting reality. The constant struggles of being a street hustler who has lived through serving a deplorable Federal Prison sentence is now striving to want a better life not only for himself but for his family as well. What was once a dream, is now a reality. Jer’Coda picked up a mic and stepped into a booth, he was determined to leave the streets and live his dream. With uncountable hours and well over $100,000 of his own hard earned money self invested, Jer’Coda has established a credible name for himself in the East Texas market in a very short amount of time.
Being able to incorporate his past struggle with his current dream through his writing and lyrics Jer’Coda has proved his natural God given talent to those who ever doubted it. Jer’Coda was able to take the worst times of his life and turn them into the best times. Unlike most “RAPPERS”, Jer’Coda does not try to over glorify his past. He may speak about it from time to time as a reminder of how far he has come and what he hopes to never go back to. As so many people can relate to his story, Jer’Coda has been very adamant about focusing more on “FEEL GOOD MUSIC”. The fun of being young, being in the club, nice cars and girls. No matter what the lyrics of the song may be one thing you will know for certain is that they were written and expressed from the heart, his music is real and it is all a part of a much bigger story yet to be told.
With all of this in the making, at the end of the day Jer’Coda is a real man still known to his friends and family as Jercorvick. Through his blood, sweat and tears he is an artist, lyricist, performer and a true entertainer who remains determined and motivated to achieve his goals and give the world another voice.