Dancehall artiste and controversial selector Tony Matterhorn has released another song chastising several of dancehall's top performers.
The song is called Duppy Attack and calls out the likes of Popcaan, Tommy Lee, Khago, Bounty Killer, Mr Vegas, Baby Cham and I-Octane.
Going into the busy party season, there are quite a few summer songs that selectors and disc jocks believe are doing well.
Among the top songs for ZJ Ice are I-Octane's We Love The Vibes and Popcaan's Summer Wave. He says there are also nice songs from Bugle and Blak Ryno, while Cashflow Records' Sun Tan rhythm is also doing well.
Several top reggae acts are set to ignite the Reggae Sumfest stage when the event dubbed, 'the greatest reggae show on earth', returns to Catherine Hall, Montego Bay, for its 20th staging from July 15 to 21.
It was this week revealed that entertainers like Damian Marley, Third World and Tarrus Riley were expected to deliver explosive performances in the Second City.
The Grammy award-winning Damian Marley is set to rock the audience with his hits such as Affairs of the Heart,Set Up Shop and Mek It Bun Dem while Third World will return to the Sumfest stage for a sizzling display of their musical prowess.
Singjay I-Octane seems to be having the time of his life where his career is concerned. He is presently sitting pretty atop several charts with the single L.O.V.E Y.O.U. So far the video has spent three weeks in the number one position on the reggae video chart on CVM's Hitlist, and that's not all, it is currently in the top spot for the second straight week on Hype TV VTX Top 10 Video countdown.
The single's success is no doubt fuelled by the popularity of the video as it's now in the number one spot on theEntertainment Report music chart. L.O.V.E Y.O.U is also enjoying the top spot on Hype TV singles chart as well as Stampede Reggae Street Chart.
The single also enjoyed eight weeks in a dominant position on FiWi Choice's top 20 singles chart. But that doesn't mean the waning of the artiste's popularity as for the past three weeks his single Jiggle Fi Mi has been enjoying the number one spot on that same chart. The Digicel brand ambassador's mass appeal is not restricted to his music as on Labour Day, May 23 he came, saw and conquered the Bermudan fans.
So explosive was his performance that his fans there refused to let him leave the stage. In the end, the decision was taken over by the police who called a halt to the concert. I-Octane will continue his blistering trail when the tour resumes this weekend in California where he is expected to make stops at Oakland, Long Beach and Santa Cruz. After that, the artiste will continue the tour on June 15 in Boston, Philadelphia, on June 16, and Connecticut,June 17. On Saturday, June 22, he heads home for a major performance in New Kingston which will see him sharing stage with American hip-hop sensation Rick Ross, before rounding out his hectic schedule at the St Kitts Music Festival on June 29.
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