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Monday, October 31, 2011

Reggae Radio Station Playlist!

Hosted by Vitowar, here's what's being played on the radio in Italy Reggae wise!

Reggae Radio Station Playlist - October 30th, 2011

11.30 p.m  - 02.00 a.m.

JOLEBALALLA sweet and lovely
SHAGGY & TARRUS RILEY just another girl
TARRUS RILEY dangerous luv
CEN'C LOVE & CAPLETON stand firm
DAMIAN MARLEY set up shop
RHIANNA Man down ( jamstone sound remix)
BOOM DA BASH nah break nah style (franky tuster remix)
BEENIE MAN come over
VIBRATION LAB foward operator
JOLEBALALLA che bella Italia
DELROY WILSON & BUJU BANTON movie star inna remix
BRUSCO cassetta & vinile
SHABBA RANKS none a dem
ASSASSIN BOUNTY KILLA & HALF PINT ghetto state of mind
J BOOG let's do it again
BEENIE MAN & VERSATILE i love the girls
MOVADO final destination
WARD 21 jump &skip
T.O.K. god pikney
BASS BUNKER DUBZ warrior charged 2000
DREADZONE ali baba
PEPPERY the score

02.00 A.M  - 06.30 A.M


[Sizzla Kalonji] Cleanse My Soul
[Faze ft. Tiffie] Feel Good
[Fuze] Can't Stop Mih
[J Boog] Waiting on the Rain
[shaggy] party every night
[patrice roberts] slow wine
[cherry miller] Jah Law
[Castafari] Up Before Sunrise
[Alffonso] Broken Wings
[Simon Splinta] 'Music Still Ina Me'
[j boog]  Watch and Learn (feat. Jacob Hemphill)
[jah mason] Mr Government
[koshens] all this love
[Chevy Miller] Spread Love
[Taddy P, Shaggy, Red Fox, Chevaughn] Lets Get It Started
[green lion] eek do dem
[Honorebel ft. Pressure] I Wish
[gappy ranks] most high
[Raymond Wright] night n day
[Rebellious .ft Million Stylez] Praise Jah
[Siging Melody] Collide
[Vybz Kartel] Freaky Gal Pt2
[king i-co] na no meal
[Peppery] The Score
[silvanus] Ready food Crisis
[popso & busy signal] rave out
[jr daine] dem bad mind
[laza & movado] One By One
[John Skeng] Ganja Girls
[further notice] in my bed
[Melloquence] run in
[Midnite] Mongst I & I
[leftside & loni jones] We Came To Party
[Lisa Pike] i am belizean
[bounty killer & elephant man] survivor
[chino] one life
[eyesus ft. jah vinci] we hate you first
[gyptian & hyah slice] tun it up loud
[i octane] burn dem bridge
[protoje] no lipstick
[tiana] bruk out & wine
[Peppery] The Score
[Freddie McGregor] A house is not a home
[Ed robinson] If I Follow My Heart
[cecile & Mr lexx] Step Aside Beep Beep
[Machel Montano & Collie Buddz] fly away
[cecile] Singing This Song
[lutan fyah] Perfect Stranger
[sizzla] Only You
[Wayne Wonder] Run Out Pon Dem
[tifa]  Dash Out
[Sizzla]  Most High
[Iley Dread] Skank
[roberto sanchez & ranking forrest] Give me the rub a dub style
[prince allah] one bright day
[Cen'C Love ft. Capleton] Stand Firm
[Bobby Tenna] Still Alive
[chino] God Nah Sleep
[Taddy P, Shaggy, Red Fox, Chevaughn] Lets Get It Started
[Melloquence] run in
[Ammoye] Music
[Toya & Beenie Man] one man girl
[smokie cut] like summe time
[Sanchez]  I Still Love You
[wayne wonder] Put Your Drinks Up
[Rachel Renee & Lady Saw] hot in here
[Dub All Sense & marina p] Metropolis
[Bonitto Hassock] Thank You Lord
[cali p] Put It Right There
[tifa] matie wine
[spice ft. missy elliot] fun
[Sugar Roy & Conrad Crystal] what do we do
[tiana] highest grade song [bruno mars remix]
[killacat] friend oval gyal
[Shaggy ft. Mavado] Girls Dem Love We
[ieye] Johnny
[jah cure] nothing is impossible
[Glen Washington] Most Wanted - 01 - One of these Days
[freddie mc gregor] Whats going on
[Faze ft. Tiffie] Feel Good

Thank you @Vitowar for another great show! 

L3 Radio - Playlist - October 31st, 2011

Playlist 59 – L3 Radio hosted by Natasha Von Castle, Dominique and Frazah C-Lection on 88.1 CKLN via – Monday’s from 11am to 1pm.

Show Intro – LeaAnna from the UK / Pentateuch / Versatile Excel / Shawn Storm

Honorebel ft. Sean Kingston, Lady Saw, Etana – My Girl (Reggae Remix)
Honorebel – I Got A Feeling
Honorebel – Reverse Cowgirl ft. T-Pain, Pitbull
Honorebel – Rent A Dread
Tao Cruz ft. Honorebel – Dynamite
Honorebel ft. Sean Kingston & Trina – My Girl

Monday morning chop up with Pop Artist Honorebel / Questions from callers

Bob Marley – Don’t Rock My Boat (Remix)
Kayla Bliss – Rock n Sway
Further Notice – In My Bed
Cario – Grab a Girl
Jamelody – Always There
Jesse Royal – Butterflies
Jah Cure – All This Time
King David – Thinking About You
King David ft. B’Andrea – On My Mind
Suga Roy & Conrad Crystal – Black Ah Kill Black
Soul 4 Soul – Changes
Tony Roy – Just Gwaan
Uncle Jonny – Jamaican Girls
Laza Morgan ft. Mavado – One By One (DJ Theory Remix)
Kings of Leon – Sex on Fire (DJ Al Fingers Remix)
Redd Tabb – Reppin Me
Street – Night Away
Xyclone ft. Francine – I Don’t Wanna Be Right
Reese Badda – Casino
Adhima ft. Cobra Snake – Suzie (Caribbean Girls Riddim)
J. Will – Shake Dat

Cali P performing at Plug n Play in Jamaica on November 11th at Jonkanoo Lounge – Kingston, Jamaica

Island Breeze Riddim Run

Taranchyla – Turn It Up
Froggy Madd Squad – Hey Ohh
ZJ Liquid – Tightest Meow
Gappy Ranks – Nah Sell My Soul
Jah Vinci – Draw My Line
ZJ Liquid – I Swear
Voicemail – Bun Up
iOctane – My Bed
Agent Sasco – Loose Thing
Popcaan – Tight Jeans
Delly Ranx – Cook Hennessey
Froggy Madd Squad – Gyal News

Thanks for joining us on this weeks show!  To book Frazah C-Lection for your next party, or to have Dominique host an event call 289.217.2800!  Email your music to!

Saturday, October 29, 2011

Canada Welcomes The Amazing Artist Prince!

Prince, one of the most prolific and groundbreaking artists of our time whose recorded music, live performances and powerful artistry have affected music and pop culture like no other, will bring his extraordinary live production to Canada with his spectacular tour, WELCOME 2 CANADA. This is Prince’s first multi-city national Canadian tour since 2002.

Prince kicked off the Welcome 2 America tour in the New York area in December 2010 with a celebrated six night stand which received tremendous acclaim by fans and critics every night. Prince followed up with three intimate nights in Oakland and six special nights in the Carolinas where he performed many of his fan favorite mega-hits which had fans in every market screaming and dancing for more. The extraordinary run of shows continued with stops in Sacramento, Fresno and San Jose, with more than a quarter of a million fans joining him in Los Angeles. Prince welcomed a wide range of guest artists throughout his multi-hour sets, including Chaka Khan, Alicia Keys, Larry Graham, Sheila E., Mary J Blige and many more.

Welcome 2 America tour has been embraced with rave reviews in every stop made across the country. “He had the crowd panting as soon as he hit the stage…It was unbelievably great. Do you go to a Prince show for predictable consistency? Ah, no. You go for moments of divinely inspired madness — and last night, he delivered as many of those as a fan could expect.” – Rolling Stone

The New York Daily News raved, “Prince is worthy of all royal accolades…The hit-friendly show had a kinetic confidence and racing pace that spoke of his singular place in pop history,” while the New York Times said “It’s easy to envision Prince as another Chuck Berry or James Brown, barnstorming for decades to come.” The San Francisco Chronicle raved “spinning, strutting and swaying in his towering heels as if no time had passed since the days he dominated MTV with his angular suits and perfectly sculpted hair… neither his fantastic voice nor his dynamic legs showing any signs of slowing down.

Welcome 2 Canada Tour Dates:

November 25 -Toronto, ON - Air Canada Centre - Nov 4 @ 10am
November 26 - Toronto, ON - Air Canada Centre - Nov 4 @ 10am
November 30 - Halifax, NS - Metro Center - Nov 5 @ 9am
December 02 - Montreal, QC - Bell Centre - Nov 5 @ 10am
December 03 - Ottawa, ON - Scotiabank Place - Nov 4 @ 11am
December 05 - London, ON - John Labatt Centre - Nov 4 @ 10am
December 08 - Winnipeg, MB- MTS Center - Nov 4 @ 10am
December 11 - Saskatoon, SK - Credit Union Center - Nov 4 @ 10am
December 13 - Edmonton, AB - Rexall Place - Nov 4 @ 10am
December 16- Vancouver, BC - Rogers Arena - Nov 4 @ 10am
December 17- Victoria, BC - Save on Center - Nov 4 @ 10am

Your Perfect Teacher

Shared by the Daily

"All the situations in our lives, from the insignificant to the major, teach us exactly what we need to be learning."

Many of us long to find a spiritual teacher or guru. We may feel unsure of how to practice our spirituality without one, or we may long for someone who has attained a higher level of insight to lead the way for us. Some of us have been looking for years to no avail and feel frustrated and even lost. The good news is that the greatest teacher you could ever want is always with you—that is your life.

The people and situations we encounter every day have much to teach us when we are open to receiving their wisdom. Often we don’t recognize our teachers because they may not look or act like our idea of a guru, yet they may embody great wisdom. In addition, some people teach us by showing us what we don’t want to do. All the situations in our lives, from the insignificant to the major, conspire to teach us exactly what we need to be learning at any given time. Patience, compassion, perseverance, honesty, letting go—all these are covered in the classroom of the teacher that is your life.

We can help ourselves to remember this perfect teacher each day with a few simple words. Each morning we might find a moment to say, “I acknowledge and honor the teacher that is my life. May I be wise enough to recognize the teachers and lessons that I encounter today, and may I be open to receiving their wisdom.” We might also take some time each day to consider what our lives are trying to teach us at this time. A difficult phase in your relationship with your child may be teaching you to let go. The homeless person you see every day may be showing you the boundaries of your compassion and generosity. A spate of lost items may be asking you to be more present to physical reality. Trust your intuition on the nature of the lesson at hand, work at your own pace, and ask as many questions as you want. Your life has all the answers.

Friday, October 28, 2011

Civil Rights Icon Presentation to Rev. Jesse Jackson

The all girls empowerment organization “Sisters of Today & Tomorrow” (SOT) will present to Civil Rights Icon Jesse Jackson, Sr., during his 70th birthday tribute at the 12th Annual Rainbow Push & CEF Creating Opportunity Conference, Saturday, November 5, 2011 at 2:30pm, at the Hilton Garden Inn, in Atlanta, Georgia.

Out of all the schools and organizations in the City of Atlanta, we are honored to be one of 13 youth groups who will present to this Civil Rights Icon,” stated Carla Morrison, Founder/Executive Director of Sisters of Today & Tomorrow.

Sisters of Today & Tomorrow’s relationship with Rainbow Push extends back 5 years, when the founder, then Senior Publicist / President of Chit Chat Communications, a boutique public relations firm, assisted with the coordination of Reverend Jackson’s 65th birthday celebration, by securing the now Oscar Award Winning Actress/Comedian Mo’Nique to receive the President’s Award. “Ever since that time, I’ve always had a great relationship with Rainbow Push, who are significant supporters of Sisters of Today & Tomorrow,” said Morrison.

The presentation will be preceded by the Rainbow Push Sports Luncheon coordinated by former Dallas Cowboys player / Rainbow Push Sports Director Dextor Clinkscale, where Clayton State Women’s Basketball Team Division Two Champions and Dewey McClain will be honored for their contributions in the world of sports. There will also be a college fair and workshops as part of the Youth Summit component of the Conference, all taking place on Saturday.

Friday evening during Rainbow Push’s “Keep Hope Alive Gala”, Filmmaker Roger Bobb, CEO of Bobbcat Films (former Executive Vice President of Tyler Perry Studios) will be honored with the Entrepreneur of the Year award, alongside Hip Hop Mogul Debra Antney. “Roger stepped out on faith, giving opportunities to many people, so we must acknowledge that,” stated Janice Mathis, Vice President of Rainbow Push. “And Debra, who has gone from social worker to hip hop mogul, is one of few women in the music business who has reached the many levels of success, providing a guide for others to follow, in that business.” Other honorees include: Wanda Smith, Honorable Andrew Young, Rita Samuels, Mr. Clayvon Croom, Leaona Barr Davenport and Jennifer Ffrench Parker. Actress/Singer Demetria McKinney of "House of Payne" will be performing a tribute song, "Hero".

As we bring in people like Roger Bobb and Debra Antney, our hope is to begin the process of preparing our youth to become the next leaders; And Sisters of Today & Tomorrow is a great example of that preparation,” says Mathis.

For more information on the “Keep Hope Alive Gala”, Rainbow Push and the CEF Creating Opportunity Conference, log onto: or call (404) 525-5663.

Mission: Sisters of Today & Tomorrow (SOT) mission is to raise the consciousness of women and children through innovative programs that focus on self esteem, education, health & fitness and careers/entrepreneurship.

About SOT:

Sisters of Today & Tomorrow” (SOT) a 501C(3) nonprofit organization, was founded by Carla Morrison and is a direct result of community programs Chit Chat Communications’ (CCC) community division “C. Morrison Presents…” has produced since 2003. The organization is reputable across America for its sincere need to help women and children. The company has produced over 25 community programs, promoting higher education, entrepreneurship, self esteem, health & fitness and personal development, impacting over 5,000 youth and adults, receiving favorable media exposure nation-wide. 

Guest panelists/speakers have included, (but not limited to): Oscar Award Winner Mo’Nique; R&B Soul Singer Chrisette Michele; Basketball Great Earvin “Magic” Johnson; Writer/Actress/Radio Producer Deya Direct; Writer/Author of “African American History for Dummies” Ronda Racha Penrice; 1st African American Woman Fire Chief Rosemary Cloud; Connecticut State Senator Toni Harp; Georgia State Representative Alisha Thomas-Morgan, Attorney Phaedra Parks and a host of other prominent professionals/community leaders.

The official launch of Sisters of Today & Tomorrow took place Wednesday, October 1, 2008, establishing itself as a leading grassroots organization with global connections.

Thursday, October 27, 2011

Let Go and Let Flow

Shared from The Daily

Many people, in heeding the guidance of their souls, find themselves contemplating goals that seem outrageous or unattainable. In the mind’s eye, these individuals stand at the edge of a precipice and look out over the abyss at the fruit of their ambition. Some resist the urge to jump, paralyzed by the gap between their current circumstances and the life of their dreams. Others make a leap of faith into the unknown, unsure of what they will encounter but certain that they will gain more in their attempts than they would bowing to self-protective instincts. This leap can be exceedingly difficult for individuals with control issues because the act of embracing uncertainty requires them to trust that surrender will net them the rewards they seek. Yet when you make a leap of faith, believing without a doubt that you will land safely on the other side, you can accomplish almost anything you set out to do.

There have no doubt been times in your life when you chose to go where the universal flow took you. Yet you may encounter instances in which your objectives require you to step outside of the boundaries of your established comfort zone so that you may freely and actively jettison yourself into a new phase of your life. While you may fear what seems to be the inevitable fall, consider that in all likelihood you will find yourself flying. A successful leap of faith requires your attention, as it is the quiet and often indistinct voice of your inner self that will point you toward your ultimate destination. Understand that the leap across the chasm of ambiguity may challenge you in unforeseen ways but you will make it across if you trust yourself.

If your mind and heart resist, you can dampen this resistance by building a bridge of knowledge. The more you know about the leap you are poised to take, the smaller the gap between “here” and “there” will appear to be. Your courageous leap of faith can lead you into uncharted territory, enabling you to build a new, more adventurous life. Though you may anticipate that fear will be your guide on your journey across the abyss, you will likely discover that exhilaration is your constant companion.

Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Singing Melody featured on MSN Media Guide

When Singing Melody, and his label SHEM Music / Fat Eyes (distributed by VP Records) released the single “Collide,” they knew they had something special on their hands.  All music markets immediately replied with the same feedback which was to add the song to rotation.  Melody and team add another accomplishment with the artists feature on MSN's Windows Media Guide today, Tuesday October 25th.

One of the first Reggae artists to be featured on the service, Melody’s song “Collide” will be front and centre on the popular site where fans from all backgrounds will learn more about Mr. Melody, and will hear his music for the first time.  “We are really excited about this opportunity” said Ruby, President of Shem Music Group.  “Artists like BeyoncĂ©, Selena Gomez, Jennifer Lopez and Justin Bieber have all been featured, so Melody being a part of that is just exciting for us!”

Singing Melody being featured on MSN Media Guide builds on the momentum created with the release of his music video for the song “Collide” which has received a record 9,000 plus views in its first week of release.  The video, directed by Asha McHail for Far Eye Films is a hit with the public.

When asked about how he feels to be featured on MSN, Mr. Melody replied “I am really, really excited!  This is an opportunity for more people to know my music in all corners of the world!”

Singing Melody’s lead single “Collide” is taken from his album They Call Me Mr. Melody which will be released on January 17th, 2012.  The song is currently enjoying rotation in, The US, The UK, Jamaica and the Caribbean as well as Europe and Africa. 


Monday, October 24, 2011

L3 Radio Playlist - October 24th, 2011

Show Intro – Faze / Shawn Storm

Bob Marley & The Wailers – Waiting in Vain
Richie Spice – Earth Ah Run Red (Al Fingers Waiting in Vain Remix)
Tarrus Riley – Soul Mate
Bunny Rugs – Love is Blind
Bobby Tenna – Still Alive
Franchino – Life Set Away
Alfonnso – Broken Wings
Cario – Grab A Girl
Kayla Bliss – Rock n Sway
Further Notice – In My Bed
Jesse Royal – Butterflies
Soul 4 Soul – Changes
Tony Roy – Jus Gwaan
Uncle Jonny – Jamaican Girls
Patexx ft. Kim Hamilton – Baby This Feeling
Cali P – Bun Ganja (Pop Champagne Remix)
Mafia McKoy – Crab Inna Barrel
Faze – Ah Juss Life Dat
Kay-OS – Gal Mih Seh

Dancehall Wives Segment:  Vybz Kartel / Amber Cole / Rihanna’s Music Video for “We Found Love” / Why do successful men settle with seemingly ‘basic’ chicks / Decoding Men / Public Display of Affection (PDA)

Damian Marley – Set Up Shop
Protoje – All Again
Vybz Kartel – My Baby
Da’Ville – Sex on My Mind
Voicemail – Gimme Gyal
Chevaughn – Bubble for Me
Taranchyla – Long Time Mih Know
Froggy Madd Squad ft. Delly Ranx – High Grade
Gyptian – Wine Slow
Erup ft. Kedia – Baby Girl
Chris Martin – Cheaters Prayer
Tarrus Riley – Karma
Alaine – Bye Bye
Popcaan – Only Man She Wants
Gaza Slim – Everything to Hold Him
Mavado – Final Destination
Stylo Gee – Winter Swag
Earth Strong Riddim
Terminal TG – Flyers
Macka Diamond – Nah Fight Ova Man
Erup ft. Delly Ranx – No Waste of Time
Shaggy – Party Every Night
Froggy Madd Squad – Not Guilty
Delly Ranx – Wickedest Rider
Mavado – Destiny
Khago – Hail The King
Popcaan – Clean Up
Ladden – Lose We Medz
Mr. Vegas – Bruck It Down
Gappy Ranks ft. Russian – Tun Up
Laza Morgan ft. Mavado – One By One

Send us your music!  To book Frazah C-Lection or Dominique for hosting call 289.217.2800!