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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Biggie Irie Adopts the SAVE Foundation via his “Baby Momma”

Within days of launching his latest reggae single titled “Baby Momma”, Biggie Irie adopted the SAVE Foundation (Service Alliance For Violent Encounters) and will become one of the local music industry’s advocates against domestic violence. The self penned track, produced by Randy Eastmond of Quantum Studios and was written by Biggie Irie.  The song condemns domestic violence against women whilst at the same time reminding listeners about the importance of women in our society.

About this latest single the big Papa of Lover’s Rock and Groovy Soca “I don't like to think domestic violence exists but it does exist. Men who beat women are cowards and have no respect for themselves or the women they prey upon.”

Biggie Irie who is no stranger to the soca or reggae music scene has given the assurance that he will do all that he can to assist the newly formed SAVE Foundation to bring the topic to the fore. “I believe that I can help to spread the message through this song and also by going into schools and colleges and talking to young people to let them know that domestic violence is wrong.”

Addressing the issue of domestic violence towards men, Biggie Irie expressed concern that he has heard about incidences of domestic violence against men but not as much as domestic violence perpetrated against women. He says, “the public needs to recognize that both forms of abuse are wrong. “

This latest release coincides with a period of 16 days of Activism celebrated across the world between the 25th November (International Day Against Violence Against Women and the 10th December, 2010 ( International Human Rights Day in order to symbolically link violence against women to human rights and to emphasize that such violence is a violation of human rights. This international campaign originated from the first Women’s Global Leadership Institute sponsored by the Centre of Women, Global Leadership in 1991. 

Media can listen and / or download Biggie Irie’s "Baby Momma" by clicking here.   To learn more about Biggie Irie visit:

♣ HOTTT New Dancehall! ♣ Razor B - We Party!

What's the one thing we can all agree to do
when we go out to a club, fete or event?!  We
Dancehall artist Razor B slows down the pace
and embraces the synthesized Hip Hop flavour
as he DJ's about the sights and sounds in the
party when he rolls through in the song "We
With a catchy punchline, it's easy for listeners
and dancers to sing along as they raise their
hands in the air.  Speaking of which, Team Razor
B tells me that the song was pre-released in
Jamaica and is receiving GREAT feedback from
disc jocks and fans alike!
Broadcasting at 320kbps, catch Razor B and the
chune "We Party" here:

Monday, November 29, 2010

♠ HOTTT New Lover's Rock! ♠ Biggie Irie - Baby Momma!

Veteran Lover's Rock and Groovy Soca artist
Mr. Biggie Irie has a fresh new release that is
guaranteed to spark discussion, maybe even
debate amongst music presenters and the listening
The title of the chune is called "Baby Momma"
and the content of the lyrics is aimed directly
at Men. 
Biggie Irie stands up for Women around the
world by telling all Men they have to do right
by their Baby's Mother.  Regardless of the how's
and why's and who's, if it wasn't for these women,
we could not be here.
Produced and recorded by Randy  Eastman
and written by Biggie Irie on the Dime Riddim, 
the chune has generated such a buzz in the Caribbean,
that women's organisations have asked that the
song be implemented when they give presentations
I'd really like to know what you think, and what
you have to say about the chune!
Broadcasting at 320kbps, catch Biggie Irie and
the chune "Baby Momma" here:
 Biggie Irie's Music is supported by:



Friday, November 26, 2010

►►► Classic Friday! ►►► What Happens When Nuff Man Deya?!

As it's 'Black Friday' and shopping is on your
mind (and my mind too!), this entry will be brief!
Black Solidarity Records run by Phillip Morgan
and Oswald Thomas released their own version
of the Mud Up riddim which was also called the
'Woman Deya' riddim which featured the vocals
of Professor Nuts and the hit chune "Woman
The chune poked fun at the happenings at a dance
where there are more men than women.  Professor
Nuts wasn't having it and did something about
it.  What did he do?!  You'll have to listen to the
chune to find out!  Ha!
One of the 'celebrities' of the riddim is the bass
player as much as the artist.  The catchy bass
line moves the riddim which in turn moves the
artists vocals.  A great example is that of Tippa
Irie who plays off the bassline using the words
'ten' / 'Gwen' / 'Ben' / 'Gar-den'!  You have to hear
the chune!
Broadcasting at 320kbps, catch the 'Woman Deya'
riddim here:

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Playlist 18 – L3 Radio on 88.1 CKLN FM in Toronto and in the UK and Europe

Bigga Boss – L3 Radio Show Intro

Gospel Segment

Shauna – Closer – Jingle
Tiki Mercury-Clarke – Lift every Voice (and Sing)
Kirk Franklin – Help Me Believe
Donnie McClurkin – Wait On The Lord
Marvin Sapp – Praise Him in Advance
Kurt Carr – God is a Healer
Bishop Paul S. Morton – Cry Your Last Tear
King Ali Baba – Station ID (start talking to cover pause)
Veolet Fleur Rose – Precious Love
Sheri Jones-Moffett – Grace of God
Byron Cage – Faithful To Believe
Donald Lawrence & Co. – Back II Eden
Hezekiah Walker – Souled Out

R&B Segment

Jezreel Sweet – Jingle
T.I. ft. Chris Brown – Get Back Up
R. Kelly – Love Letter
El de Barge ft. Faith Evans – Lay With You
Golden Chyle – Last Time
Quincy Jones – P.Y.T. (Remix)
Eric Benet – Never Want to Live Without You
Avant – Your Body’s The Business
Shauna – Closer – Jingle
Andreena Mill – What it Was About Me
Michael Jackson – Keep Your Head Up
Twista ft. Ray J – Call The Police
Qupid – Didn’t I
 J Will – Complicated Lady

Reggae Segment

Elijah Dixon – Redemption Song
Gyptian - Confessions
Mafia McKoy – Exclusive – Jingle

Silent Sky Riddim Run (Loud Disturbance Records)
Gyptian – I Feel So Sad
Aisha – Run Away
G-Whizz – Give It All To You
Mitch – That’s Why Me Love You So
Jay McKay – So in Love
Shauna – Closer – Jingle

Bwoyla Riddim (Honorebel Productions)
Anthony Cruz – Real Hot
Honorebel – Welcome to My Life
Wayne Wonder – Let Me Be

David Rodigan – Greetings – Jingle
Zip Jock Sparks – Rocking Reggae – Jingle

Lucky Girl Riddim (Stingray Records Productions)
Claire Angel – Angel Eyes
George Nooks – Consider Yourself Lucky
Marcia Griffiths – Cold World
Mikey Spice – Deep In My Soul
Tenna Star – In The Streets

King Ali Baba – Station ID - Jingle
Raymond Wright – Jingle
Raymond Wright – Keeping You
Delly Ranx ft. Drake – Tings Friends
Christopher Ellis ft. Stephen Marley – End of Time
Inner Circle ft. Buju Banton – Cool Operator
Cornell Campbell ft. U-Roy – Babylon Yuh Wrong
Jah Mason – Put Jah Above
Biggie Irie – Let’s Stay Together
Biggie Irie – Baby Mother
Biggie Irie – Oh Come All Ye Faithful
Maurice – Merry Christmas
Michelle Gordon – All I Want for Christmas

Dancehall Segment

Tan Bad Riddim Run (Bread Back Records)
ZJ Liquid – Anybody
Mr. Murphy – Psalm A Day
Kush Hunta - Tenament Yard
Teflon – Roll Inna Mih Yard

Tifa - Reject – Jingle

Mento Riddim Run
Tifa – Nah Stop Shine
Kiprich - Spin Yuh Roll
Agent  Sasco – Prettiest Thing
Nicki B – Wife
Nuffy – Yuh Hold Yuh Man

King Ali Baba - Jingle
Lucki Lus – Drop Dih Chune – Jingle

Saudi Arabia Riddim
Wayne Wonder ft. Surpriz – Can’t Be Duplicated
Madd One – Don’t Pree Me
ZJ Liquid – Gyal Yuh Good
Macka Diamond – Mother Man
Gala P - Saudi Arabia Wine
Kalibandulu Sound - Jingle
T.O.K. – Drunk in this Club – Jingle
T.O.K. – Yuh Body Good
Shana S – Don’t Play Around
Mista Recca – Dem Nah Like Mih
JLogix – Stress Free
Kenyatta Fire – Like A Gypsy

Eighty-Five Riddim (Mad House Records)
Spice – Nuh Fight Ova Man
Black-Er – Lata Fih She
Assassin a.k.a. Agent Sasco – Anywhere We Go

Busy Signal – Gyal Yuh Too Bad Jingle -
Busy Signal F.Y.I.
Reese Badda – Foreign Love
Def Shade – Run Down Stripe
Xyclone ft. Strawny – Champagne Life
Serocee ft. Suncycle – It Nuh Easy
Singer J ft. New Kidz - Swagg Christmas
Damian – Fih Dih Christmas

Soca Segment

Biggie Irie – L3 Radio – Intro
Shurwayne Winchester ft. Prestan – Chipping (ABX Riddum)
Nadia Batson – Yuh Really Wanna
KES – Waistline Roll
Biggie Irie – Attack She Dubplate (Pimpin Riddim)
Biggie Irie – Attack She (Pimpin Riddim)
Fraud Squad & Sanctuary – Minglin’ (Pimpin Riddim)
Sanctuary – Pimpin (Pimpin Riddim)
King Cosmos – Daisy
King Cosmos – Is Christmas
JW & Blaze – Palance
Biggie Irie – Pray (Faxx Machine Riddim)

Hip Hop Segment

Cee Tension – Jingle
Cee Tension – Da Corners
Cee Tension – Showtime
Nitron International – Hands High (Remix)
Saukrates – S-A-U-K-R-A-T-E-S
J.A.E. – Rollin’
Mary J. Blige ft. Pee Duble – The One (Remix)
G-Bolo – Hennessy & Red Bull
Keri Hilson ft. Lil Kim – By You
Jezreel Sweet ft. Bug – Call Me
Nelly ft. Sean Paul – Giving Her The Grind
Xyclone ft. Rush Dem, Flow & Mav – Kill Da Beat               

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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

The Sweetest Time in Toronto!

There are too many events to choose from in Toronto, but the one that we are most looking forward to is the Japan, Canada, UK link up with Mighty Crown, Black Reaction and David Rodigan who will be entertaining a huge audience for one night exclusively in Toronto!

Produced by Ron Nelson Productions, this event promises to be one of the most talked about.  Famous Face will be in the building and, if you're in Toronto, we hope you'll be there too!

Details on the flyer below!

Monday, November 22, 2010

♠ HOTTT New Groovy Soca! ♠ Shurwayne Winchester - Manic + Jammin'!

It may be shameful to admit this, but a year
ago, I didn't have as much appreciation for
Soca as I do now!  I LOVE it, and that's mainly
because of one man:  Mr. Shurwayne Winchester!
Shurwayne and the team at SW Limited continue
to produce hit records, the latest being:  "Manic"
and "Jammin'."
Both chunes are on the same riddim (sorry, I
don't have a riddim name), and both chunes will
make it hard to choose from so you have to play
both!  "Manic" is loosely based on the hit song
"Manic Monday" by the girl group the Bangles.
"Jammin'" hears a man talk about how HOTTT
his girl is and what he wants to do to her in a dance.
Both chunes feel good, accelerates the heart rate,
reduces weight and will have the phone line lit
like a Christmas Tree at the radio station.  It will
also have the dancefloor 'chipping' in a Fete!
*Goldman Smally we see you!
Broadcasting at 320kbps, catch "Manic" and "Jammin'"
from SW Limited here


Sunday, November 21, 2010

When Dance Did Nice...


Our good friend DJ Mush 1 from Tunnel 1 Radio (heard on WNYU 89.1 FM) in New York just stopped by with news of two BIG dances you have to check out!  The first one is December 4th, 2010 and the second is December 23rd, 2010.  Details below!

Friday, November 19, 2010

Playlist 17 – L3 Radio on 88.1 CKLN FM in Toronto and in the UK and Europe

Bigga Boss – L3 Radio Show Intro

Gospel Segment

Sharon Riley & The Faith Chorale – My God is Waiting
Whitney Houston – I Love the Lord
Lionel Richie – Jesus is Love
Lisa Page Brooks – I Want to Say Thank You
Marvin Sapp – The Best in Me
Hezekiah Walker – God Favoured Me
Veolet Fleur Rose – Precious Love
She Moffett Jones – Grace of God

R&B Segment

Shauna – Closer – Jingle
Dru Hill – April Showers
Keith Sweat – Nobody (ft. Athena Cage)
R. Kelly – Half on a Baby
Tyrese – Sweet Lady
Jill Scott – He Loves Me
Alicia Keys – Lovin’ U
John Legend – Ordinary People
Toya Alexis – Been Told
Ray Robinson – Gotta
Darryl Riley – BBM Me Up
Redway ft. Parnell – Pick Me Up

Reggae Segment

Stagalag Riddim Run

Alicia Keys ft. Damian ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley – No One (Stagalag Riddim Remix)
Kardinal Offishall – Maxine
Suga Roy – My Sound
King Ali Baba – Jingle
Brigadier Jerry – Jah Creation

Red Rock Riddim Run

Michael Rutherford – Homely Girl
Cocoa Tea – Love Me Truly
Clement Irie – Live Good
Flourgon – Nah Get Rich and Switch

China Town Riddim Run

Gregory Isaacs – Let’s Give It A Try
Trevor Sparks – Bye Bye Love
Brian and Tony Gold – Woo Woo Song
Raymond Wright – Bless Up The Queen - Jingle

George Phang – Heavenless Riddim Run

Lui Lupke – Return of the Champion
Robert French – Meet Me By The River
Yami Bolo – Father Vex and Strike Back
Lady Ann - Informer

Biggie Irie – Let’s Stay Together
Raymond Wright – Things
J Will – I Think I’m In Love
Shauna – Show You Love
Willow – Apple of an Eye
Errol Bonnick – Joy of My Life
Geoffrey Star – I Don’t Understand

Dancehall Segment

Seanizzle Intro
Cyborg – Jingle
Cyborg – Food Fih Share (Dubplate)
Mista Recca – Play Mih Chune
Lucki Lus – She Wants Love
Kenyatta Fire – Like A Gypsy
Rayvon – One And Only
Busy Signal – Jingle
Busy Signal – F.Y.I.

Cosa Nostra Riddim

Tifa - Reject - Jingle
Tifa – Reject
 JLogix – More Juice
 Ward 21 – Pretty Gyal
 Timberlee – The General
DJ Q Remix – Lloyd ft. Lil Wayne – All Around The World

Mafia McKoy – Exclusive - Jingle

Yengeh Riddim Run

Busy – Pengeleng
Kimanda – Matty Belly
Gabriel – Ohh Lisa
Marlowe – Kitty Box
Razor B – Hot Girl - Jingle
Razor B – Hot Girls To The Ring
T.O.K. - Jingle
T.O.K. Afternoon Pornstar
New Kingston – Pon Dih Wall
Xyclone – Testosterone Jingle
Xyclone - Any Way You Want It

Soca Segment – Throwback!

This Segment was produced by Lisa Davis of L3 Publicity (
Music supplied by David Super Sound (Ottawa)

Burning Flame – Worky Worky
Merchant – Rock It With Me (Baby)
Scrunter – In She Party
Roots Man – Rock It With Me
Becket – Teaser
Super Blue – Get Something and Wave
Winston So So – I Don’t Mind
Wayne Rodriguez – Foot Steps
Iwer George – Ah Reading
Machel Montano – Big Truck
Shurwayne Winchester – Manic (New)
Biggie Irie ft. Maximus Dan – Nah Goin’ Home

Hip Hop Segment

Cee Tension – Jingle
Cee Tension – Da Corners
Cee Tension – Showtime – talk after 2 minutes (uses the word B*&^%)
Nitron International – Hands High (Remix)
Saukrates – S-A-U-K-R-A-T-E-S
J.A.E. – Rollin’
Mary J. Blige ft. Pee Duble – The One (Remix)
G-Bolo – Hennessy & Red Bull
Keri Hilson ft. Lil Kim – By You – Start talking at Lil Kim
Jezreel Sweet ft. Bug – Call Me
Nelly ft. Sean Paul – Giving Her The Grind
Xyclone ft. Rush Dem, Flow & Mav – Kill Da Beat               

Alternative Segment

Billie Rainbird – Hello Love
Amanda Marshall – Everybody’s Got a Story
The Noisettes – Wild Young Hearts
Bigga Boss – Born Free (Creed Mix)
Jemini – World Peace
Rita Carter – Genocide
Suga Roy ft. Lil Mo & Toots and the Maytals – God Bless You

*It takes many small accomplishments to create the whole of your existence…    

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