“Sunshine” is the brand new single of the versatile 20 years old jamaican singer Answele featuring the international recording artist I-Octane. The song, out from last Friday on every platform, is produced by Young Pow and distributed by Ghetto Youths Intl.
“The tune represents where I am now in life – Answele said to our microphones – It’s a clear message about what’s going on in my musical journey right now. On top of that has been my song whenever I feel like I’m in a down depressive vibe”.
Answele, after performing in Europe last December as open act for I-Octane Love & Life Tour 2018 promoted by Gege Vibes, has found the inspiration to compose the lyric of this song. I-Octane completed the work composing the lyric of his part. The worldwide known jamaican musician Sean Diedrick from Damian Marley’s Team, owner of Young Pow, takes care of the whole production.
Answele explains us his feeling of happiness dropping a new single in collaboration with I-Octane: “This collaboration is a dream comes true for me. It’s a completed milestone. I-Octane’s music is and was always very impactful in my life. I rate him as a entertainer. Getting to know better him in person let alone did a song with an artist of his caliber is something big for me. I will always cherish this song! Plus I want to tell Big Up to Pow, the producer”.
Answele’s career reserves many surprises for us in the future. In the meantime enjoy the listening of “Sunshine” or buy it in every digital platform.
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Gege Vibes Team meets the young jamaican singer Koffee during the 25th edition of Rototom Sunsplash 2018 in Spain before of her performance with Cocoa Tea on the main stage of the Festival. Koffee is only 18 years old but she is an aware artist already with a really conscious mentality and she is able to inspire the new generations as well. Koffee says her main musical inspirations are firstly Chronixx and Protoje (she performed together with them last November in London, UK for the event BBC Introducing at Tobacco Docks and the day after at the prestigious venue Alexandra Palace for a sold out show of ten thousands people), but even artists like Agent Sasco Buju Banton, Sizzla and many more. Her last single “Toast”, from upcoming Rapture Ep out on every platform from last month, got very good feedbacks in the worldwide musical panorama. “Gratitude is a must”, Koffee tells in the lyric of this song. She is actually considered a rising reggae star and definitely the revelation of last and this year.
Interviewer: Gege Vibes
Editing: Bussweh Visuals
We met Konshens in Benicassim (Spain) during Rototom Sunsplash 2018, #25yearswalkingtogether Edition. We have interviewed him the day before of the performance with Dub Akom Band on the festival’s main stage. The worldwide dancehall paladin talks with us about his latest album “It feel good” out on all digital platforms since last March 2018.
“It Feels Good” does not have a particular message behind it, but precisely aims to make people feel good by experiencing a full immersion in the dancehall’s flavors. Many producers have collaborated with his own company Subkonshus on this project: Stephen di Genius Mc Gregor, Rvssian, Record Label Empire and more. There are many mainstream and upcoming artists featured on it as well: the prestigious american rapper Rick Ross in the track “Big Belly” ft Rvssian, the jamaican veterans Shaggy in “Body Happy” and Tarrus Riley in “Mirror”, Kosa in the song “In my sleep”, the new talent Satory in “Days of my life”, Bakersteez in “Dance with Girls” and finally Chris Brown in a new remixed version of his greatest hit “Bruk off yuh back”.
Interviewer Eugenia Conti
Editing Young Man Productions
The featuring of this week on our web magazine is dedicated to a Jamaican hype reggae artist: I-Octane. After the release, in march 2018, of his solo album “Love and life”, he decided to self-produce a single called “Hot World” for his own label Conquer The Globe Productions.
“There will be a day when I just want to ease back and watch the fruits of my labour. This label is already doing that with this song. Production is a very important aspect of the music, and when you sit back and bask in the fact that you created this art from scratch, both vocally and musically, the feeling is great,” he said to other Jamaican newspapers.
I-Octane is satisfied about the positive feedbacks about this song. He believes that people can easily identify to his song thanks to the conveied message: work hard until your dreams come true, even if it happens later than expected.
The track is already getting good exposure in Jamaica. After his experience as a performer on the main stage of Reggae Sumfest 2018, the biggest Reggae Festival of the World located in Montego Bay, he launched the official videoclip of “Hot World” that summarizes his best moments during this week-end. I-Octane wants to share with his fans all the happiness that he is feeling thanks to their recognition.