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Sunday, February 28, 2010



Mavado is no stranger to #1 hits however for Stacious, "Come Into My Room" marks her first hit single! "The Gangstress" as she calls herself has been described as one of the "lyrical queens" in dancehall. She has even been compared to the queen Lady Saw and her mentor Bounty Killer. On a FiWi Choice interview back in 2009 she stated acting was her first love, however it is clear now that her music has taken over her career path. More recently Stacious became the center of attention via a lyrical war between herself and former Portmore Empire member Lisa Hype. When asked about "No Freak (Lisa Hype Diss)", The Gangstress is quoted as humbly saying;

“This song will be the first and only time that I will address the Lisa
Hype issue. I absolutely refuse to engage in a senseless back and forth
war of words, which on her part consists of lies and lackluster insults.

Especially when her ‘daddy’ and my friend have decided to prove to the
world the great men they are and bury the hatchet. I have many songs
that I poured my heart into, which displays my lyrical prowess.

I will now turn my attention to promoting songs such as, ‘Fight Back’
produced by Don Corleon and a number of other great tracks of which includes a collabo with Mavado, produced by Stephen McGregor.”

In an exclusive interview with PRGirlAngel, when asked about the success of "Come Into My Room" Stacious stated, " It's great knowing that people love the song so much!! I wanna big up Steven (Di Genius) and the Gully Gad for making a great song and thanks the fans for putting it at number 1!"

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Saturday, February 27, 2010

RIP Mikey Pelpa

Danger Zone Music Group wishes to express its deepest condolences to the family and friends of Mikey Pelpa. Over the years Danger Zone has had a productive relationship with the artiste and is deeply saddened by his untimely passing.

CEO of Danger Zone Music Group Delmar ‘Della Danger’ Drummond who was a friend of Mikey Pelpa summed up the mood in the camp: “Mikey Pelpa was one of the young artistes on the Danger Zone roster. Words can’t explain the grief that has gripped the Danger Zone family; we are yet to come to terms with the news of the death of this young talented artiste. All members of the team remember Mikey as an artiste who was trying to use music to bring people together and who believed in the vision of Danger Zone Music Group which is Unification Through Music. Danger Zone misses Mikey Pelpa”.

Mikey Pelpa is noted for his collaboration with Limey Murray, Emergency on the ‘Jam Down’ rhythm, Parental Guide on the Cloud Nine rhythm, Say What U Want on the ‘Pay Back’ rhythm and his recent release Mama Don't Worry At All. He was acclaimed for his focus on family values and once revealed: "Di yute dem haffi show respect and remember seh dem parents a di real guide. Me never diss my mother yet cause a she a mi real inspiration and if the yute dem inna the society focus pon that and transfer it to dem brother then evil will cut in half".

Deva Bratt New Tunes for 2010

January 2010 marked a new start at the turn of the new year for deejay Deva Bratt. Riding the wave of the newly formed Krucial Konflict label and a newly built studio, who would have ever thought that the first song recorded would be a "Tribute" to his late Father C. The song chronicles the cries of a son who untimely lost his Dad. This is definetly the most sentimental song the deejay has recorded thus far.

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Friday, February 26, 2010


Okay, let me start by saying welcome to my brand new BLOGSPOT. This blog will be used to publish my weekly entertainment news, as well as updates from my artist and clients around the world. Remember to check me out @ w/ Disciple Inc. Mad Fridays & Fire Town Saturdays ENTERTAINMENT NEWS EVERY WEEK!!