Tag: Shawn Storm
Tarrus Riley plea for an end to gun violence in his powerful new single “Graveyard.”
The reggae crooner is notorious for his lovers rock single but for this track he switch things up while singing over Rvssian’s Cremlin riddim. The dancehall also features appearances from Vybz Kartel, Chan Dizzy, Shawn Storm, and Kalash. “Better yo love life, better yo live right, low the gang and the crew and go find a nice wife, badness a no nice life a no nothing fi we highlight funeral nine night, graveyard,” Riley sings.
The cut starts out with some footage of fishermen coming in from the sea in Morant Bay with their catch, but fish was not the only thing they brought back from the sea. One of the men went back to the boat and took up a high powered gun stash into the side of the vessel.
Tarrus Riley sings the lyrics from an abandon home while footage shows a man with the same gun in his hand running from someone before his bullet riddled body lay lifeless on a gully bank. The power single is accompanied by an equally powerful video, watch it below.
Shawn Storm released an animated video for his gritty Alkaline diss track “Full Clip Load.”
The clip starts out with Shawn Storm escaping from prison before going on a crime spree that ended with his rescuing Vybz Kartel from prison. In the song, Kartel protege diss all of the Gaza enemies starting with Alkaline and move down the line to Aidonia’s J.O.P., Busy Signal, Mavado, and Stephen “Di Genius” McGregor. “Everybody mi ago kill everybody / all tha one deh weh sound like Addi,” he deejay.
Shawn Storm has always been loyal to Vybz Kartel and was even convicted for the same murder that the Gaza boss is serving life for. Storm will be eligible for parole in 25 years. Both artists, as well as, the other two men convicted for the crime will have their first appeal court hearing in February next year. All four men have maintained their innocence.
Back in June, Shawn Storm stunned dancehall when he released a scathing diss track aimed at Popcaan. The was clearly recorded recently since it sampled Nicki Minaj new Remy Ma diss track “No Frauds.” Now the incarcerated Gaza deejay is turning his attention to Alkaline who happens to be also on Kartel’s radar.
A preview of the song popped up on social media this week and a few of the lines clearly are aimed at the Vendetta leader. “Everybody mi ago kill everybody / All dah one deh weh sound like addi mad? / Everything wa the boss do you want fi do,” Shawn Storm deejay. Gazanation sources are saying that a animated music video will accompany the song sometime this month. The song is tentatively titled “Full Clip Load.”
Shawn Storm has been slowly dropping new music on the scene and just last month he released a new collaborative track “Affi Prosper” with Konshens. Storm, whose real name is Shawn Campbell, is currently serving a life sentence for the same murder conviction as Vybz Kartel. He will be eligible for parole in 25 years.
Vybz Kartel can be toxic to some artists who are affiliated with him currently or in the past and Sikka Rymes is learning about that now.
Last month, Tommy Lee Sparta spoke about the hardship he has been facing with his career due to his past affiliation with Vybz Kartel. Now Sikka Rymes is getting some bad press all because a photo of himself and Kartel surfaced online recently. The pic was taken during a recent family visit at the GP prison where inmates family and friends got a chance to spend the day with them behind bars.
“We reside in the same community, and as a young artiste I got introduced to him by my cousin, Shawn Storm,” Sikka Rymes said. “At the moment, I’m not signed to any labels under the Gaza brand, but my label, which is Sikk Records, is all about the Gaza movement and maintaining it. The affiliation with the deejay will bring me under the microscopes, yes, but I’m not worried about that.”
Sikka Rymes who is cousin with Vybz Kartel’s protege Shawn Storm who is also currently serving a life sentence for said murder case Kartel was convicted for. Rymes says that if it was up to him alone he would have kept his friendship with the Gazanation leader prison, but with social media these days nothing is kept private.
These days when a new artist want a big break they try to snag a Vybz Kartel collaboration.
The dancehall singjay Double K is featured on a new collaboration with Vybz Kartel, Shenseea, Shawn Storm, and Wykel titled “So She Stay.” The single was produced by True Blue Family and has been getting a lot of attention inside the dancehall space since making its debut a month ago.
“The song a gwaan wicked in the dance and wherever it play,” Double K said. “It tackles relationship issues between a man and a woman, and we bring it across in a way in which almost every adult can relate. So far, it just a mash up the place.”
Double K, who is another talented new female dancehall, has been pushing the single along with another solo effort titled “Transformer.” The later single also spawned the popular new Transformer dance move. The dancehall singer/deejay, whose real name is Kelisha Green, has been penning and recording music since 2006. She is currently working on her debut album.