Mixtape Mondays: Intence, Jah Mikey One x Anthony B, DJ Endlezz x Shenseea

April 5, 2021

Words by Kali Madden

Blessed new week to all #MixtapeMondays massive and crew. This edition showcases a trio of artist spotlights with Intence’s much anticipated Public Enemy No. 1, an Anthony B mega mix, and Shenseea’s best. Whether listening through your headphones or loudspeaker, fulljoy the range of Jamaica’s diverse musical vibes.

IntencePublic Enemy No. 1

Intence has been sitting atop the dancehall charts ever since his debut single “Go Hard” hit the scene in 2019. And now it’s pure Yengbadness with the release of his Public Enemy No. 1 mixtape featuring 12 unreleased singles such as “Yah Now, “Believe,” “Winning Streak,” and, yes, “Public Enemy No.1.” Known for his visual storytelling on YouTube, fans will no doubt see more videos coming for each tune. Presented by a production team including Zimi Entertainment, One Time Music, Wai Fuzion Records and ZZMG Music Group Public Enemy No. 1 is available now on all digital platforms. Stream here:

Jah Mikey OneThe Official Anthony B Mega Mix

From the hills of Northern California to Kingston, Jah Mikey One presents over one hour and forty minutes of Anthony B‘s top works. Beginning with a custom “Fire Pon Rome” intro, the mix blazes through hits such as “Seek Jah First” and “Bun Down Sodom” alongside timely Anthony B songs with messages of truths and rights and justice such as “Mr. Officer,” “Mau Mau Warrior,”ย  and his latest, “Back to Normal,” to keep the fire blazing hot. Stream the mega mix here:

DJ Endlezz – Shenseea Mix
When the bright lights start to fade, fire up your lighter… Mixed by Brooklyn-based DJ Endlezz, this one is all about dancehall’s new queen, Shenseea. The mix is a high-energy compilation of Shenseea tunes such as “Beat Me Like a Congo,” “Love I Got for You,” “Wine,” and more hot singles and jugglingz. Step into some powerful feminine energy and float on with the waves courtesy of Shenseea and DJ Endlezz here:

After another unprecedented Easter lockdown in Jamaica, this one goes out to all the musicians and DJs keeping us on track until we can freely party again. Big up the selector them!