Buju Banton Confirms New Music Is On The Way With Studio Video

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Buju Banton got some new music on the way.

The Grammy-winning reggae superstar has not released any new music since his release from federal prison in December last year, but the wait may soon be over. Buju Banton posted a video clip on his Instagram account showing himself in the studio voicing new music. The audio is mute, but you can see the singer enjoying the moment of getting back to what he loves, making music.

“Yo world, working on the night shift… I’m feeling it, don’t worry you will too,” Buju wrote. A rep for the singer previously said that he is working on a major project due early this year. So far, he has not released any details on the pending album.

Buju recording some new music with DJ Khaled in December last year when the We The Best Music Group chief visited Jamaica for a work vacation. Khaled’s song with Buju will appear on his upcoming album Father of Asahd.

Buju Banton recently revealed that he is now in full control of his Instagram account and will regularly update his fans about his moves. “Sooo, Hi world do I have to post shit on here everyday??? Lol,” he wrote.


New Music: Jahmiel – “I Need You”

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Jahmiel comes through with a love ballad “I Need You.”

The soulful track arrives just in time for Valentine’s Day, with the dancehall singjay serenading the love of his life over a beat produced by Emudio Records. “First thing first, I know this is really love / ‘Cause baby, me feel the love / Never waan speed it up
Me need more than a single touch / Is it too soon (soon), to say I love you (you) / ‘Cause girl, I do / I know those words are few / But I’ll show you,” Jahmiel sings.

The Patriotz boss has a couple of new singles bubbling on dancehall’s airwaves including “Mankind” and “Feel Like Party.”

Rygin King – Monument

Ryging King is heating up dancehall with a brand new banger “Monument.”

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The Good Good Productions-produced single saw the Mobay deejay taking on his critics and his enemies including Masicka and Alkaline. The track was not released as a diss record, but dancehall fans have already labeled it as such. “War head inna your forehead spend shell / The autopopsy read a no sickle cell / The dunce dem lef’ a clip inna him mango head / A close casket ’cause me no see no dreads,” Rygin King deejays.

King is one of the hottest new acts in the game right now and is heavily present in the new wave of artists rising up out of Montego Bay.