NEW! Music Video: Soul sensation Polly A. incorporates her island roots in latest video ‘Nature’

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The multi-faceted, soulful, artsy Milwaukee native of Jamaican parentage, Meleni Smith, who now goes by the name Polly A., has again graced us with yet another catchy, thought-provoking, visually appealing number.

She recently released the video to her single, ‘Nature’ which tells the story of sometimes unstable, inconsistent relationships and plays on the lame ‘excuses’ that are often heard, which many may be able to relate to.

Polly A is known for her song, ‘Happy’ on the soundtrack of the Will Smith movie ‘Hitch, she has also co-composed ‘Love Is My Disease’ for popular R&B artist Alicia Keys.

Smith also boasts credit for being a 2013 Soul Train Music Awards nominee for Record of the Year, for J.Cole’s song ‘Crooked Smile’.

The ‘Nature’ video plays on Words, Art and throwback, edgy Fashion topped off with a display of her raspy, soulful vocal prowess, skilfully coined lyrics and beat by beat energy… We are loving the creativity and unique vibe in this one! Check it out below:

NEW Music: Fast rising Jamaican singer Samantha J remixes ‘Rude’

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Upcoming Jamaican artiste Samantha J, has been making a number of major international appearances, performing alongside top artistes, recording with world renowned producers and Print modeling.

The eclectic, vibesy 18 year old singer is popularly known for her hit song, ‘Tight Skirt’ and more recent Pop/Reggae Dancehall infused tunes ‘Hot Gyal Anthem’, ‘Angel’, ‘Tun It Up’ and ‘Run Come’ to name a few.

Based on her very active Social Media presence and posts, it seems she has much more in the pipeline and definitely an artiste to watch…Check out her remix below of R&B Magic’s popular single ‘Rude’.

LOL! WATCH: Comedian Oliver Samuels recounts his own experience with Chikungunya

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Popular Jamaican international comedian, Oliver Samuels, recently spoke at an event in Belgium, to raise funds for the restoration of the Ward Theater, in Kingston Jamaica.

We bumped into this video online and had to share…and based on its content, it seems Maas Oliver despite the formal scene, was in his usual element, the same witty, hilarious, engaging Oliver many have grown and come to love.

It is even more amazing, how easily the Award winning comedian is able to switch from ‘proper to patois’ and back, with little effort…showing his expertise at entertaining persons regardless of cultural background. Check out the video below: