Recently dancehall artists Tommy Lee Sparta and Alkaline performed in Suriname both giving spectacular performances. See Video below for Highlights
Elvis Dismiss The Alleged Tommy Lee Conversation Audio Was Spliced
After all the spending and planning done by a Trinidad promoter for Tommy Lee in Concert, the event dated March 23th was a sight for sore eyes or a sight to make the eyes sore. Never before have I seen pictures of such an empty event. The soca society of Trinidad decided to say no to "Demonic Influence" obviously. Tommy Lee got a loud and clear message from the residents of Trinidad lastnight when a concert which he was to be a headline act, was called quits when up to 2AM the venue was totally empty, yes the venue was empty somewhat with a maximum of 9 people present, that's right, nine people. This is not a good look for the Sparta Prince because he is suppose to be the man on top of things right now. How will he recover from this? Will he call on his demons for help? Will he call on the name of Sparta? I don't know what he will do but, let's watch him try to recover from this one.
Promoter of the annual family fun day event, Somerset Falls stage show, Harvel 'Gadaffie' Hart, is expressing his sincerest apologies after an abrupt ending at the show's 7thstaging.
The event, which was held in Hope Bay, Portland, on New Year's Day, ended prematurely with bottles being thrown and loud explosions, believed to be gunshots, resonating throughout the venue.
Allegations are that the missiles were aimed at the police who went to shut down the event shortly after 4 a.m.
Gadaffie said, "I'm apologising to the people of Portland and all supporters about the 7th staging of the show ... we have always had an incident-free show that's why the police have continuously worked with us... that is why I don't want my supporters to take the law in their own hands."
Tommy Lee Sparta Sued for 1.5 million by Canadian Promoter!
We’re suing them for 1.5 million dollars, as damages for tarnishing our name and as re-imbursement for the lost revenues from the cancelled shows. We’re also red-flagging every person on their travelling party, from Canada on a whole, Germany, everywhere” – Richard Hope/CEO of CRV Entertainment Promo
Rival dancehall artistes Bounty Killer and Tommy Lee Sparta have denied allegations that there was a fight between them in Riverton City on Tuesday night.
It is alleged that during Tommy Lee's performance of the song Goat Head at the City Jam stage show, Bounty Killer took offence and in a rush to the stage to defend himself, he was intercepted by members of Tommy Lee's security personnel.
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.
Alliance Next generation artist Prince Pin joins the battle against Gaza Sparta Tommy Lee with a song called Demon A Dead. The song uploaded to youtube by ANG manager Cross Cris contains some extreme lyrical content with talks indicating thoughts of clash Stings. He made reference to attacking Kartel and Popcaan leaving the Gaza. We await a response from Tommy Lee as a line in the song says " P***y you a coward talk pure badness, since you bad prove it counteract this". View videos and songs right here....
It's Seems the war season is here as Tommy Lee form the Gaza camp fired the first lyrical shot at the Alliance boss Bounty Killa with a song titled Goat Head. Shots have been returned with a collaboration from Bounty featuring Kiprich and Kalado called War Fi God.
BESIDES putting together songs for a mixtape, dancehall artiste Tommy Lee says he is looking forward to gigs in Europe and the Caribbean this month.
The mixtape is scheduled to be released this summer and will feature songs for different labels. "I'm really happy with the direction my career is heading cause I have placed my all into it," Lee told Jamaica Observer. "I am a freshman in the game, so there is lots more for me to learn."
Lee, whose real name is Leroy Russell, says although he has not been on the dancehall circuit a long time, he believes the music is alive and booming. "There is a new breed of dancehall acts now who are bringing their ideas to the game, therefore some persons need to adjust to the changes," he said. "With every generation comes new ideas and trends."
Lee, 23, hails from the tough Flankers community in St James. He emerged in 2010 as a member of Vybz Kartel's controversial Portmore Empire, and is best known for songs such as Holding Out The Pressure, Some Bwoy Warn Dem, and Psyco.