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Knocklife / Press

“Titled: TAKE A PIC Artiste: KNOCKLIFE Produced By: Knocklife Ent. And Maglori Records House Party Riddim ©2013 KNOCKLIFE ENTERTAINMENT. info@knocklifeent.com http://www.knocklifeent.com You’ve heard him on Rap, Hip Hop, R n B and Reggae beats, now he his crushing the Dancehall scenes. Fresh off previous Success with Songs like, These Streets, Love Affair Ft. Reggae Icon Roland Burrell and The Way You Wine Ft. Minky aka Minx, which went Number in AFRICA and Online Charts like Last Fm and Reverbnation. Now again the Hot Rapper KNOCKLIFE is becoming the Hottest Rapper in the Dancehall, with his latest Single TAKE a PIC on the House Party riddim Produce by Maglori Records. This new single is endorsing the Media Personal and top Event’s promoters from in and around Western Jamaica. With the right marketing and promotions this single will be a big hit; it’s a party for the party lovers. Nuff Respect to the Production Team on This Track. Listen it here http:// www.reverbnation.com/k”

"Rap and Reggae - Knocklife and Roland Burrell. Love Affair" Rap and Reggae have taken turns influencing each other over the past fifty years. The local interpretation of American R&B in Jamaica led to Ska music; the Jamaican hit "Liquidator" became the basis for The Staples Singers' smash "I'll Take You There," while Bob Marley & The Wailers started out imitating The Impressions. Roland Burrell with his hits like “Johnny Dollar a chartbuster “ that topped the Jamaican charts in Europe, USA and Japan release 1972, “Hey Mama” and“Stormy Night.” And on the other hand Knocklife a young Rapper from Jamaica and grow up in New York team up with Roland Burrell on his new single "LOVE AFFAIR" http://www.reverbnation.com/knocklife2010/song/18118322-love-affair-ft-roland-burrell. Hip-hop's roots stem from dancehall reggae deejays and hip-hop has returned the favor, influencing the evolution of dancehall. Look Out For the New Single From Knocklife ft Roland Burrell entitled "LOVE AFF

“MIXING LAB CELEBRATE HIS EARTHDAY 19-7-2013 @ CENTRE FRIDAYZ, Next Level Restnt & Bar, Cornwall Courts, Montego Bay. Hosted by BLADE SKEEMAZ, FEAT. KNOCKLIFE, ALOZADE, CHICO, QUATA BLANN & More Dj SHEM From Linkz fm and Classique. WATCH HERE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iF_410s_ms&feature=youtu.be http://www.boldnboasyent.webs.com/ / boldnboasy@gmail.com”

“After his performance at LIVE on the Waterfront at Pier 1 Montego Bay, Jamaica, April 24,2011 he has become favour in promoters heart as a show man. He has perform in Negril, Westmoreland, St. Mary and will be in the west, with the likes of Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Khago, Romain Virgo and more. at Western Jerk Festival and Family Fun Day set to take place at the Dump Up Beach in Montego Bay, Jamaica May 22,2011. ”

“I would love to give thanks to all the Fans of Knocklife, Minky, Bold n Boasy Ent. Green Forest Prod, Victory One Recording Studio, Grip Wrench, Shastri Production, Irie fm Reggae Radio, G.T, Amber, Dj Wayne and the World For helping Knocklife and Minky getting there Number 1 on Reverbnation World Local Reggae Chart with "The Wine You Wine" Produce by Bold n Boasy Entertainment, Riddim Courtesy of Shastri Production. Check out knocklife page at http://www.reverbnation.com/knocklife2010 and leave a Comment. THANKS AGAIN ALL OUR FANS AND FAMILY”

“Knocklife To EmpowerYouth.Clips of Protest Poetry Video. He Tell about Education, Truth and His Music, His Style is " R 'n R " Reggae and Rap. He has Collab with Grip Wrench with Songs like " JOY", "Sweet Malika" and "Tomorrow". Sexy .G " What Are You Saying To Me " & " Protest Poetry ".. Knocklife is set to take on the world with his music. He has songs that are on fire in the the dancehall and they are smoking the airwaves entitle Joy feat. Grip Wrench & What are you saying to me feat. Sexy.g. And the Protest Poetry video Clips is Creating a buzz in the business. ustream.tv/channel/jamboasymuzik”

“MONTEGO BAY, St James -- Preparations are advanced for rapper Knocklife to take his motivational messages into schools in western Jamaica , starting this week. The entertainer, who describes his music as reggae rap, explains that his music contains a potent, positive message, however, he is inclined to visit the classroom, in an attempt to inculcate proper values and principles into the minds of young students." I want to go to schools and give them motivational speeches because I have what it takes to help them become better persons. "Peace for the Youth , Suffering and Joy are some of the songs that the young rapper has released since he has returned to his native Jamaica several months ago. Knocklife, who migrated to the United States from Clarendon at age four, said he as been influenced by rappers such as Nas, Jay-Z, Biggy Small, Master P and many more; in addition to local dancehall stars including Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Terror Fabulous, Buju Banton and others.”

“Knocklife The Jamaican rapper. Only a few etertainers have a penchant for rapping. One of them is Knocklife.”

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