NOAH POWA RELEASES VIDEO FOR “SPEND NUFF MONEY”- AVAILABLE ON REGGAE GOLD 2020
Reggae/dancehall artist and selector Noah Powa has released the video for “Spend Nuff Money”, which has premiered on BASHY.
Reggae/dancehall artist and selector Noah Powa has released the video for “Spend Nuff Money”, which has premiered on BASHY. The sinfle is available on the upcoming Reggae Gold 2020, out on VP Records August 28th. Pre-orders are available beginning today.Produced by LMR Pro and written by Noah Powa and Versatile, the song is an anthem about making money and enjoying the life that comes with it. In such times as now, the song offers an uplifting vibe. Directed by Kenny Gray, Kevin Donovan and Sytes Media, the comical video shows Noah in a Hustlers Esque situation where a group of women get him drunk and rob him of everything. However, the jokes on them when he leaves a stash of money in an inconspicuous area.“Everybody always tells me I do a lot of conscious songs so I decided I want to come out the box a little bit,” said Noah Powa on the single. “I didn’t want to go too raunchy, so when I heard the beat, I came up with this whole concept about a pocket full of money and enjoying life.”2020 marks his second appearance on Reggae Gold, following his debut last year with his song “Keep the same energy”, which was one of the top streamed on the compilation. He was also one of the Reggae Gold artists to be featured on Power 105.1’s Breakfast Club host Angela Yee’s first annual Angela Yee Day event last year and demand for his performances continues to increase.
Chris Rock is Being Canceled For Joke about Nicole Brown After Being Asked to Host 2023 Oscars
Chris Rock is being canceled for cracking a joke about Nicole Brown, the late ex-wife of O.J. Simpson while performing in Phoenix on Sunday when he reportedly told the audience he was asked to host the 2023 Oscar Awards.
Rock told the Phoenix audience he declined the offer to host next year’s Oscars because it would be like asking Nicole Brown to go back to the restaurant where she ate her last meal before being stabbed to death at her home later that night. Rock, 57, was a presenter at the 2022 Oscars in March when former A-list actor Will Smith slapped him for joking about his wife Jada Pinkett Smith’s bald head.
Worl’Boss Vybz Kartel Settling Down: Engaged & Dedicating EP To Fiancee
Vybz Kartel’s upcoming EP announcement has left fans more curious than ever as the artist has been promoting a track for the project with the photo of an unknown woman whom he confesses his love for. The EP True Religion is scheduled to release on September 30th, but while fans are excited about new music from the Gaza Empire boss, many are also curious as to who the woman is as Vybz Kartel has shared her photo with a snippet of the soundtrack “True Religion” in the background.
Vybz Kartel was previously thought to be in a relationship with Tanesha ‘Shorty’ Johnson. The two are not married, however, they share three lovely boys. Despite the new confirmation that the artist is now engaged, there has long been speculation that things were not working out between him and Johnson, who was his muse for the 2020 album “To Tanesha” . Vybz Kartel’s management exclusively confirmed with Urban Islandz that the mystery woman posted up with the artist is his fiancée Sidem Öztürk.
Jack Harlow Questioned by Burna Boy on Song Of The Summer Win Over ‘Last Last’
Burna Boy is shading MTV and Jack Harlow, who won “Song of the Summer” at the recently held MTV VMAs awards. Harlow, a newcomer to hip hop, snatched the top award for his track “First Class. In a post on Tik Tok, Burna Boy shared a video of a massive crowd reacting to “Last Last” as the music cuts and fans belt out the lyrics of the track, which is said to be speaking about his heartbreak after splitting from his ex-girlfriend Stefflon Don. The Tik Tok video has a statement that reads, “When MTV Says Jack Harlow Had The Song of the Summer [yawn emoji].
This week, the track ‘Last Last’ also remained at No. 1 on the Billboard US Afrobeats Songs chart for the eighth week and now holds the record of being the longest-running No. 1 track in US Afrobeats chart history.