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DJ War’s Top 5 Dancehall Songs (March)

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Dancehall lovers – Have you downloaded and subscribed to DJ War’s podcasts!? If not do so here. Episode 1 is 74 minutes of the latest and best Dancehall hits from heavyweights such as Mavado, Vybz Kartel, Popcaan, Aidonia and more. Check it out, you won’t be disappointed!

If you missed February’s countdown it’s not too late to catch up. March’s countdown definitely won’t disappoint and I have a sneaking suspicion that the ladies and party goers in particular will enjoy DJ War’s selection. Remember to let us know what your personal favorites are!
1. DEMARCO – 6:30
“6:30 Babyyyyyy” are the first words heard on this catchy track from Dancehall artiste Demarco. You’d be excused for thinking that the song is an innovative way of teaching kids how to tell the time…However, though the TJ Records produced single is somewhat educational ‘6:30’ definitely isn’t referring to any existing mode of time GMT, EST or otherwise! This ‘6:30’ is a whole new ‘timezone!’ Check out the official teaser video below and tun it up loud!

Definitely one of the more versatile artistes on the Jamaican music scene at the moment; Konshens is able to create quality Reggae, Culture, Dancehall and Hip-Hop flavoured tracks. ‘Gyal A Bubble’ is very much a ladies orientated number. The track has a raw bassline that is definitely tailored for the clubs, and with the summer approaching will sound good out of your speakers on a hot day! The artiste asserts: “If yuh love see di gyal dem a bubble then put up yuh hand,” if your hand’s raised right now behind your computer screen then you’ll definitely enjoy the official video for the cut! Check it out below.

Virgin Mary is Aidonia’s cut on the Dancehall Plague Riddim (contrast much? Lol) and starts off with the lyrics “Six-Thirty, Six-Thirty, Six-Thirty,” dispelling any doubts that the song was made to coincide with lent and upcoming Easter! Virgin Mary is a signature Aidonia track and ‘Lord Evil’ definitely has a formula for ‘girl tunes’ that works. The clean version’s chorus: “Gyal yuh a mi baby, your like Virgin Mary…” Check it out for yourself.
Busy, Busy, Busy. Hmm! Opinion is often divided on this artist who has been on the scene for quite a few years now. From allegations of ‘tracing’ (copying) Vybz Kartel’s style and flow to the Gary controversy, Busy has caught a lot of flack from Jamaican music followers. Undeniably he often puts out a high volume of music, which more often than not is quality! ‘Real General’ is a track on which Busy seeks to assert his street credibility, he asserts: “Man straight like the bicycle spoke, man a real general a road.” The cut off the Juicy Riddim featuring I-Octane, Tony Matterhorn, Gaza Sheba and more is a favorite with Dancehall enthusiasts at the moment. Take a listen.


Munga is an artist I feel is often overlooked. From making waves with his hit ‘Whine Pon It on the Dancehall circuit and several follow up tunes, the artiste largely fell off the radar. 2011 saw the artiste return to forefront of the Dancehall scene with a number of party bangers. ‘Tun Up’ another cut from the Juicy Riddim seeks to continue on this form, with Munga Honourable representing for the Dancehall ravers worldwide. The lyrics: “Tell the selector to lif’ up the tune and pull it, don’t buddah talk just do it!” will definitely get party goers on a big hype! Check out the song here.



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