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Lovers of Hip Hop music and lyricism will have to wait no longer as Kingston’s premier Hip Hop event, Pay Attention, returns on Saturday, July 19 inside Club Indulge, South Beach Café. The two-year old party and showcase series went on a short hiatus after its March staging this year to allow for expansion of the brand. “The local Hip Hop community has grown and there is more attention from the media than before,” says host and local rapper, TSD. “We played our part in that and we wanted to continue doing so, but by creating more avenues. Hence, in the near future, we’ll be producing promotional mixes as well as visual content, for both online and television.” The return of Pay Attention will feature resident DJ, Inztinkz, and Deadline Sound providing the musical selections as well as performances by Wayne Hevy, Gamble G, Kash Kapri and Massy the Creator. Gates open at 9 p.m. and showtime is set for 10:30 p.m. Admission is $600, while ladies are 2-for-1 until showtime. Drink specials, courtesy of South Beach Café, will be available at the bar. Partners of Pay Attention include Gambling House Recording Studio, Hype TV, MediaBlu Caribbean, JAE Magazine, Electro-Tech Productions, Hot 102 and Rebel by King. Follow @PayAttentionJA on Twitter and visit http://www.facebook.com/payattentionja for more information and regular updates.
entrance - 200$, and 50$ for mixed drink profromance by young hustle, ill gramma, rushan, don kabal and E-block family DJ's - dj Xten, dj Jer, urban legendz, dj T, DJ Cubbann Location @43 university cresent kingston 6
Private Show: CHAMPELLE PARTY is an annual charity event, Many artist will be Passing through and performing, Kemxtri Muzik iz billed to Open the Show.
Sounds Like: Kash My Kemxtri muzik Kapri, TAMA KEMXTRI MUZIK, Drake, Curren$y, Wiz Khalifa
Label: kemxtri Muzik., KEMXTRI MUZIK
Manager: Narcoticz Records\KingPing Muzik
Bio: Kash-kapri(kemar henry)who is apart of the Kemxtri Muzik group a dynamic team of:Rappers Singers djays producers managers ect..With promising artistes the group is planning to create an up roar in the music world..with time kemxtri has grown and even changed a bit. doing local shows radio shows ...See Full Bio
“Talking, chanting, toasting, rapping, or rhyming lyrics over previous recordings or present rhythm tracks was the primary ingredient in any dance hall session but this phenomenon has been around in the Jamaican musical since the 1950s. The sound of the time was rhythm and blues validated by the likes of Sam Cooke, Fats Domino and Nat King Cole but at these frequent dance hall sessions, sound systems like Clement 'Coxson' Dodd's Downbeat and Duke Reid's The Trojan saw the need to interject and interact with the crowd through the act of toasting - an oral tradition with its roots in Africa that involved the DJ rhythmically chanting or boasting over the music. The practise became so popular that persons like Ewart 'U-Roy' Beckford gave it a new flair that dramatically redefine the art in its entirety. Rather than interjecting a few phrases and shouts at convenient parts of a record/song, U-Roy would ride the pared-down instrumental track all the way through, with sizzling jive-saturated”