Saturday 28 November, 2020

Jus' Buss: New music from Busy Signal, Jus D and Luciano

This week brings a wealth of new releases. From Busy Signal's prequel to 'Say So' to Jus D's patriotic song for Barbados' Independence celebrations, artistes across the region are hard at work to entertain us. 

Here are the songs and videos that Jus' Buss this week. 

Seen it Before by Busy Signal

Type: Dancehall

The prequel to Busy Signal’s mega hit ‘Say So’, “Seen it Before’ was produced by Dameon Gayle of Warriors Musick and voices the all too familiar response to violent events that are reported in the news; we’ve seen it all before. Using a melodic voice, Busy uses examples of characters who opt for a non-positive path and are met with an untimely fate. The song is accompanied by a mini-movie.

 

Where I’m From by Jus D

Type: Soca

In time for Barbados’ Independence, soca artiste penned a patriotic song about the land of his birth. “Call me a Bajan” he sings as he extols the wonders of Barbados. The song is produced by Jus D., Dev Kutta and Paul Parris.

 

Loco Riddim by Soul Circle Music

Type: Dancehall/Reggae

It is a star-studded lineup on this riddim that features Agent Sasco, Bounty Killer, Kabaka Pyramid, Chronixx, Elephant Man, Waata, Mr Williamz and Kelissa.

 

Hustle Hard by Hoi Pong, Cool Blaze and GBM Nutron

Type: Dancehall

Producer Cool Blaze pays tribute with this track to his late friend Craig Hoi Pong who was murdered earlier this year. Blaze wrote on IG that Hoi Pong was the one who helped him in the music industry and last year he was excited to help his friend make his first track. He built the beat for Hoi Pong and even though he is no longer with us, Blaze wanted to complete the project and reached out to GBM Nutron to do it.  

 

Lie, Lie, Lie by Rome and Destra

Type: Soca Parang

Rome is back with another Christmas ditty and this time he teamed up with the Queen of Bacchanal, Destra. In this Xplicit Mevon produced track, the duo explores the topic of who lies more, women or men.

 

Dynamite by Sens Age and Azaryah

Type: Tropical

Dynamite is the title of the new single from Sens Age along with Trinidadian Azaryah. The group of producers from Barcelona, join together with the Caribbean singer and songwriter, , formerly known as Flipo for making songs such as "Doh Tell Me That", "Love Life" with Major Lazer, reaching the Billboard chart.

 

State of Emergency by Luciano

Type: Reggae

Luciano is the latest reggae artiste to sing about the Pandemic the world is currently experiencing. He urges us to hold on.

 

Start Up by Patrice Roberts

Type: Dancehall Soca Video

Patrice Roberts and the Sauce Boss Kemar Highcon teamed up with production team Jonny Blaze and Stadic to give you "Start Up." The video continues Roberts’ sexy and stunning visuals

 

West Indian by Alison Hinds

Type: Soca Video

The Queen of Soca travelled to Ghana and parts of the Caribbean to affirm in video that she is a West Indian. The song dropped earlier this year.

 

Kiss Me Each Morning by King Yellowman

Type: Reggae video

King Yellowman releases the video for his single Kiss Me Each Morning off his 2019 album, No More War, his first in over 15 years. The song is his take on the classic by The Casinos.



 

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