Friday, April 21, 2017

dBURNZ releases ME & YOU Official Video

Reggae artiste dBURNZ has lovers' rock fans asking for more with the release of the video of his newest single Me & You.

With a constantly growing fan-base on social media, dBURNZ premiered the single first on his social and new media platforms.  Making the internationally recognised day of love all about Me & You, the song was released on YouTube and shared to fans on his Facebook and Instagram pages at midnight on Valentine's morning.

Having received positive feedback from his followers, dBURNZ soon released the video and the positive feedback continues with over 1,000 views on Youtube alone, only days after its release.

Produced by CineCore, the video explores the picture of a love before and after  riches."Me & You is my first release for 2017 and I'm ready to show the world what I have to offer. I've been in the music industry since 2013, learning and working on my craft; now, I have so much in store and I can't wait to unleash it all," dBURNZ offered.
Born Melbourne Douglas, dBURNZ is a Jamaican entertainer who delivers a fusion of contemporary reggae dancehall and pop music. With captivating vocals, witty lyrics, passionate and high energy performance style, dBURNZ comfortably performs for the streets and boardrooms. The artiste honed his talent in the Jamaica 50 Celebrations in England 2012 and in 2013 CARIFESTA XI in Suriname.

His first single was Run Babylon- a Reggae, Dancehall, and EDM project under JahMento Records- and in 2015, he teamed up with Digital B Records on the single Bet Yuh Never Know, a soulful, reggae song.

dBURNZ is known for his versatile delivery of music and audience interaction. Locally, he has performed on many stages, including 1Love Music Festival, Jamaica Jazz and Blues Festival, and Wickie Wakie Music Festival. His entertaining and charismatic personality also landed him a 6 month stint to host D'Wrap, an entertainment and lifestyle show on CVM TV in 2016.

Fans can stay abreast of new releases and updates from dBURNZ with his @dburnzmusic handle, across Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.

Magnum Kings and Queens hits top gear

Rankin Pumkin came dressed for a war on Saturday, April 15, and came out victorious, ending the journey of Skatta’s wild-card Shalyric on Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall, season 10.

Twelve contestants remain as the Castles were merged into the Magnum Mansion when Saturday’s live show in Season 10 of Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall hit top gear inside D’Entrance on Constant Spring Road. For the remainder of the competition contestants with the lowest votes will be eliminated each week until two females and two males remain to contest the finals for the titles and JMD $1,500,000.

The remaining Magnum Princes are: Della Rhymes, Compass, Symatic and Vanzo along with Tatik and D’Element who both survived face-offs on Saturday to remain on the show.

D’Element had an easy road as his opponent, Caano, was appearing for the third time in the lowest votes and was automatically eliminated. While, Tatik had to pull out all the stops as he was involved in the clash of the season with fellow favourite Rally Banks. Both gave a great performance but it was Tatik who got the nod from the judges to remain on the show.

“Rally Banks is a good artiste and I rate his work a lot, but at the end of the day we both delivered and the judges gave it to me. It was my first clash and I am happy to be the victor. For the rest of the show I will be giving a lot of different concepts, I feel I can win it” said Tatik.

A thankful Rally Banks said, “Congrats to Tatik. We both delivered tonight but the judges had a decision to make and they made it. It has been a good journey, I learned a lot about the hard work and dedication to continuously produce good music and that is what I will focus on now.”

The female Princesses that are still vying for the Magnum crown are: Rankin Pumpkin, who surprised everyone in her clash with Shalyric to remain on the show, Tammy K, Keke and Frenchy, Bag Gyal Bambi, Ali Ferrari, and Suspense. The female contestants have shown their intent as both Bad Gyal Bambi and Suspense came out in fierce moods during Saturday’s live show, with heavy hitting lyrics warning other contestants that they have their sights firmly set on the crown.

Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall Season 10 continues with Live Show 10 on Saturday, April 22. Twelve contestants remain to vie for the Season 10 Magnum King and Queen titles. The 2017 Magnum King and Queen will each receive JMD$1,500,000 and a chance to work with top industry producer Troyton.

Stacy Powell embraces Young Me after the two won special Magnum 6 pack packages.