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When filmmaker Luciano Blotta walked out of a rural Jamaican recording studio, way off the beaten path of tourists and music hounds, he saw something wildly unusual: a man with an instrument. Even more surprising, the instrument in question—a battered but resonant acoustic guitar—had only one string. Blotta had encountered Brushy One-String (born Andrew Chin), son of a musical family who despite his challenging life had a seemingly innate ability to inspire and move even casual listeners—including millions of people who have watched and shared Brushy’s videos on YouTube.

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Jessie Reyez and Daniel Caesar made musical magic when they connected to perform their recently released collab, “Figures, a Reprise” at the 2018 JUNO Awards. Held on March 24-25 in Vancouver, British Columbia at the Rogers Arena, the two breakout Canadian R&B stars shocked the crowd with the debut of their outstanding collaboration. Originally released by Reyez as a single off her acclaimed debut project Kiddo, the duet breathes new life into the breakup anthem.

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Jazz MMC est un artiste de la nouvelle génération qui a su réinventer la musique africaine. Le Waza Style vous amenne dans les ambiance de Madagascar son île d'origine. De son vrai nom Mohamed Ibrahim débute sa carrière en tant que danseur et finalement se lancer en tant que Mc. Du reggae au Dancehall, Jazz MMC est passé par tout les styles et a su le mixer a ses techniques mélodieuse. Le métissage donne un mélange musical unique , cette touche sucré des îles va ambiancer tout les club et vos salons.. Un artiste à suivre de très pres.

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The romance season is here with February right around the corner, and R&B legend Keith Sweat is back just in time! Wasting little time following up his 2016 album Dress To Impress, the crooner is prepping for the release of his 13th studio album. Today (Jan. 19), Sweat has premiered the love-filled new single “How Many Ways” which finds him teaming up with Jodeci legend K-Ci. Over a lush instrumental laced with smooth keys and strings, the R&B icons deliver silky vocals for the grown-and-sexy crowd.

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Cassie lives in a lavish world of fantasy and intrigue in the whimsical music video for her latest single, “Don’t Play It Safe.” The sexy visual–directed by Life Garland, is filled with special effects, including a winking teddy bear and rainbow in the Los Angeles sky. Soon, the Bad Boy vixen is lounging with a tiger and hummingbirds at the pool, swimming with jellyfish and stingrays, and strutting around Rodeo Drive.

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It’s a good day to be a hip-hop fan. According to Forbes, hip-hop has just surpassed rock as the most popular genre in all of music for the very first time ever here in the U.S.