Mavado fans can rest easy as he’s promised that new music videos are on the way. The Gully God called[Read More…]
Born and grow in Kingston Jamaica, David Constantine Brooks was running the streets wild trying to stay out of trouble in Cassava Piece one of the many ghettos that plague the young black youths. Growing up in the 90’s David experienced the boom of the dancehall and badman era, and looking up to artist such as Bounty Killer inspired him to work to be the biggest badman in dancehall. A bit of luck struck David when one of his best friends had arranged to meet with Junior Reid at his studio in Kingston not knowing Bounty Killa would watch him preform and instantly recognize his talents.
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Will Mavado’s son, Dante Brooks, get a chance to appeal his life sentence for his charge of murder? His lawyer,[Read More…]
Mavado’s latest move of solidarity is bringing the Gully and the Gaza together after more than a decade. Many rivalries[Read More…]
A month after he gave fans the anthem “Never Give Up,” Mavado is back with another inspirational track. The artiste[Read More…]
The Jamaican Prime Minister is doubling down on dancehall music, being a major contributor to the high crime rate in[Read More…]
Dancehall artists are reacting to the death of DMX. Rapper DMX has died at 50 years old after being on[Read More…]
Jamaica’s Prime Minister Andrew Holness is criticized for his comments in the Houses of Parliament, which says that entertainers who[Read More…]
Mavado tributes his late mother in his new song, “Never Give Up.” Amidst what is no doubt one of the[Read More…]
One of the main defense witnesses in the Dante Brooks and Andre Hinds murder trial has broken her silence as[Read More…]
Mavado is hitting back hard at the hypocrisy of the justice system in Jamaica which he says favors those from[Read More…]
Bounty Killer is sending a hopeful tribute to Mavado’s family amidst his son being sentenced to life in prison. Mavado’s[Read More…]
A look at the best dancehall songs in 2021, so far. From Yaksta’s “acres over Mark X” to Skillibeng’s “Di[Read More…]