Aug 28, 2014
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Posts tagged: EDM

Now Things: Behind the Mask with Noise Cans


Words by Jesse Serwer, Photos by Nicole Sweet

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Blacka’s World: We Chief “Gyals From Brooklyn” Video Premiere

Words by Blacka Di Danca—

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A few months ago, I made a step out of the standard dancehall scene (clubs, workshops, dance videos) and made my debut in the mainstream entertainment industry as a music video choreographer. I had the opportunity to choreograph Major Lazer’s “Lose Yourself” music video with Mela Murder, which already has over 2 million hits on YouTube. Now, I’m at it again! I’m proud to share with you that I choreographed my second music video, this time all by myself. “Gyals From Brooklyn” is my first solo project as a choreographer and little by little I’m working hard to bring authentic dancehall dancing into mainstream entertainment!

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Mixtape Mondays: Jam Central, Chi Ching Ching x Silent Addy, Ape Drums, Coji from Mighty Crown

Words by Deejay Theory

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Soca-meets-dancehall-meets-bass-meets-dub this week at Mixtape Mondays with an assortment of vibes from the roots to the rave. Blaze up below

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AUDIO: Brooklyn Bounce from We Chief ft. Da Professor

Words by Deejay Theory 

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Some fresh and energetic self-described “raggatronic” business from brand new Brooklyn collective We Chief featuring big vocals from JA killer Da Professor. As you may know, the borough of Brooklyn has long been a hotbed of converging cultures, styles and of course music, and for this combination we get an electronic gallis anthem complete with elements of ragga, soca, dancehall and moombahton with a carnival pulse. Definitely look out for more bangers from this team soon.

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Mixtape Mondays: Mighty Force, Safari Sound, Noise Cans

Words by Deejay Theory 

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Summer has officially set in and we have the mixes to prove it. Conscious one drop is paired with gritty dancehall finished with some maximum energy electronic versions to keep you going til sun up. Dive in below

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LargeUp Premiere: Chedda’s “Pull It Up”

Words by Jesse Serwer—

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Chedda, whose Supercat- and Ninjaman-referencing “Original Don” premiered here earlier this year, has hooked up once more with producer The Wizard for a tune bridging dancehall’s future with its past.

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