Monday, December 21, 2009

Elly Ess and Supah Shane "Jamaican in New York"

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December 16, 2009 - Rock Star Entertainment and Music presents the official anthem for every Jamaican that lives in, visits, or passes through New York. The buzz has already been building around the tri-state for EllyEss and SupahShane’s song “Jamaican in New York” a twist on the 1993 hit by Shinehead. They have already started shooting the video for this song and it should be released early next year.

Produced by Supah Shane and featuring both EllyEss & Supah Shane, the unquestionable talents have solidified their staying power with their summer 2009 release of the single “More Money” available for purchase on iTunes, Rhapsody, Amazon, Zune, and the ringtone can be purchased through all major cell phone carriers. In addition, the “More Money” video is in heavy rotation on RETV and HYPE TV in Jamaica.

The brothers, who are no strangers to the music industry, have worked with an

impressive line-up of artists which includes hip hop superstar Jim Jones, dancehall aficionados VybzKartel, Mavado, Capleton, Richie Spice, Aidonia, Elephant Man, among others. They have also produced chart-topping Riddims such as the "Onward Riddim" and the "GangstaGangstaRiddim."

Rodney Hill, manager

Rock Star Entertainment & Music RHH Music Corp.

Massive B!!!


Monday, December 7, 2009

Federation invasion podcast showcases dave kelly and madhouse

Big ups to @djmaxglazer for the feature!!!

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

DubShot and Madhouse set to launch Dave Kelly’s catalog of hit albums online December 15, 2009

Joyride Riddim - dave kelly

DubShot Records and Madhouse Records, home of hit producer Dave Kelly, have announced the launch of an impressive catalog of hits that will be available to download at all digital retailers on December 15, 2009. For the first time, fans across the globe will be able to purchase the illustrious producer’s hits online at retailers like iTunes, Amazon, Rhapsody, eMusic, Napster, and many more!

With hit songs like Terror Fabulous and Nadine Sutherland’s “Action,” Sean Paul’s “Deport Dem,” Beenie Man’s “Slam,” Lady Saw’s “Sycamore Tree” and countless others now available for purchase, the initial launch of the catalog will feature sixteen releases never before available online for purchase. Included are hit records by Baby Cham, Wayne Wonder, Frisco Kid, Beenie Man, Spragga Benz, as well as hit riddim albums like Joy Ride, Pepperseed, Showtime, Bounce, Bruk Out, Fiesta, Stage Show, Eighty Five, Backyard, and Heartbeat. Also included will be the compilation album Hit List that showcases the many hits produced by both Dave Kelly and his brother Tony Kelly during the late 90’s. To hear selections from this catalog, go to on Monday December 7th to download the Federation Invasion podcast, where DJ Max Glazer will be mixing some of the greatest tracks in this catalog.

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

DubShot and RHH ink a deal...


New York, NY (July 25, 2009): On FridayJuly 17, 2009 RHH Music Corp. signed a distribution deal with DubShot Records. RHH CEO and Artist Manager Rodney Hill, has geared this collaboration specifically for the circulation of single releases for the artists currently managed by RHH.

DubShot Records, a New York based hybrid label that showcases an evolution in musical styles, features prominent artists inspired by (or derived from) Caribbean sounds. The label has solidified an international movement that has been in existence for decades, yet remains under the radar. Focusing on the future of the music business, DubShot Records bypasses traditional models and focuses primarily on digital distribution, event based marketing, and brand partnerships. Founders Mannix and Jesse K have recently incorporated a music industry forum called Sound Ctrl, which focuses on the convergence of the music and tech communities, and aims to inspire innovation across the two industries. Recent releases include the "Future Sound of Reggae, Vol. 1" the first in a series, and a partnership with actress Mena Suvari that features a diverse selection of songs from recent chart toppers in alternative reggae.

When asked about working along side RHH, Mannix responded "Rodney Hill and his artists represent a well organized and talented team on the verge of really big things. We are honored to be working with them and partnering in their success. Artists like Cezar, Andrew Mac, Keishera, Elly Ess and Supah Shane are the future of reggae, dancehall, soul, and hip hop, and are well on their way. With this partnership we are looking forward to bringing these and other artists in the camp to the next level!"

Both companies feel that their collaboration will be beneficial to each other and look forward to creating and distributing hit records.

For more information on RHH Music Corp. and artists, visit:

For more information on Dubshot Records, please visit:

Chantal Jackson
Triple 7 Entertainment LLC



Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Monday, June 29, 2009

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FSOR featured on Napster blog

Mena talks about her involvement in the Future Sound of Reggae on Napster

Friday, February 20, 2009

The Cool and Deadly hit the road

Feb 25 2009 9:00 PM Downey, CAAnarchy Library
Feb 26 2009 4:00 PM Los Angeles, CAlive on KXLU Radio @
Feb 26 2009 8:00 PM Santa Monica, CATrip
Feb 27 2009 10:00 PM Los Angeles, CALa Cita
Feb 28 2009 9:00 PM Ocean Beach, CAWinstons Beach Club
Mar 7 2009 11:00 PM New Paltz, NYCabaloosa's 58
Apr 4 2009 9:00 PM New York City, NYCrash Mansion
May 15 2009 9:00 PM Boston, MAChurch
May 16 2009 9:00 PM Worcester, MARalph's Diner
Oct 2 2009 8:00 PM Hartford, CTSully's Pub

"The tough reggae sounds of the kingston streets experimental,matchless style keeps listeners hooked " - Beyond Race Magazine

" gritty transmission reminiscent of strife-riddled Kingston, Jamaica, as opposed to the permanent haze of Long Beach cool. The band's sound is in league with "Sandinista!"-era Clash - The Caller Times

"a crackling vinyl fuzz that recalls City of God more than Zion." - Orlando Weekly

" dripping with a realness and rawness that can’t be still amazes me how it’s music sounds modern and vintage at the same time" -
"The Cool and Deadly whose edgy reggae recalls The Bad Brains at times and is diametrically opposite that of their laid-back West Coast counterparts.The hypnotic pulsing of the beat along with some keen guitar staccato bursts ala Gang of Four make for an intriguing listen." - Amped Up !

"They might remind you of the Clash, in their "Sandinista!" days.Edgy, slinky, a bit psychedelic " - Boston Pheonix

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

The Cool and Deadly- Rudeboys Revenge

Experimenting with different rhythms from reggae, rock, metal, dub, punk, Cape Verdean Creole music and Colombian Cumbia music, The Cool and Deadly have mashed it up into a gritty Punky-Fuzz-Rock Reggae sound that has an infectious rhythm that’s dripping raw! Between the hard hitting reggae drummer Billy Szeflisnki, steady percussive reggae guitar and gritty vocals by Danny Baptista, heavy bass lines penetrating your chest cavity while being ripped to shreds by razor sharp guitar work by Harvey Valdes, it can go from heavy psychedelic dub to shredding rock and roll at any moment. If your thinking sunshine reggae at the resort you are mistaken, The Cool and Deadly sound more like a reggae switchblade than a spliff in the sun. There are no palm trees in Brooklyn so the vibe is razor sharp! The Cool and Deadly stepping out with this fresh New York City punky-reggae power sound ready to shake up the foundations! Lightning!

Music Videos:

the cool and deadly

Sunday, February 1, 2009

Future Sound Of Reggae-Coming Spring 2009

Mena and Dana deliverd a collection of some amazing tracks, here is a preview of what you can expect from this album...

Future Sounds of Reggae

Thursday, January 29, 2009

77Klash brings the HEAT!!!!

SO remember when Klash was a producer and had that bangin track that wrecked the dancehalls from 2004-2006? If you dont click here.

Well, take a listen to the title track from his upcoming EP "No Fear," sound familiar? Yea, thought so...He could make 100 tracks that sound just like this and that shit would never get old.

no fear - 77KLASH