Thursday 6th March 2014
Stylo G performed a stripped back and personal A64 of his new single “Move Back” for SBTV earlier today. The blistering performance showcases his outstanding lyrical talents and underlines his status as London’s Dancehall Don.
If you didn’t see it yet you can watch it here:
Check out the remix bundle too, featuring edits from Grant Nelson, Cahill, Friction and Diztortion.
Wednesday 12th February 2014
Shot in downtown Kingston the video features a cameo from 1Xtra’s Toddla T, behind-the-scenes footage of the legendary Randy’s Records and some pretty spectacular twerking.
Check it out here:
We cut a version to the immense DJ Friction remix too:
“Move Back” is out March 2nd and is available to pre-order on iTunes now.
Thursday 6th February 2014
Whilst the rest of us here in the UK battled floods and torrential rain everyone’s favourite dancehall star, Stylo G, slipped off to Jamaica to shoot the video for this latest smash single ” Move Back”.
The final edit of the video is yet to land, in the meantime here’s some behind-the-scenes flavour to whet your appetite.
This is Stylo on set in the recording booth at the legendary Randy’s Record shop – which is now owned by VP Records, Jamaica’s reggae powerhouse:
The ever-stylish Stylo G takes a break on set – love the colourful threads popping all around him:
Stylo and dancers on set at Coronation Market in downtown Kingston – the beating heart of trade and commerce in the Jamaican capital:
Toddla T was in Jamaica too, recording 1Xtra’s reggae special with David Rodigan which featured Stylo. Toddla returned the favour by putting in a special appearance in the “Move Back” video:
“Move Back” is set for release March 2nd but you can pre-order it on iTunes now!
Remixes come courtesy of Grant Nelson, DJ Friction and Diztortion. You can hear them all on our SoundCloud .
(All photos courtesy Shaurav D’Silva, 3 Beat Urban A&R consultant)
Wednesday 16th September 2009
The follow up to the smash hit ‘Release Me’ is due for release on the 16th november. ‘I Need You Now’ originally a ballad on her Love Dance Pop album has been re sung and completely re produced into an amazing uptempo masterpiece.
Its first UK radio play was on Friday the 11th September on Scott Mills – Floorfillers. The reaction on the show and since on the internet have been enormous – could this see Agnes going 2 better than her number 3 chart position with ‘Release Me’ and top the charts come Novermber?
There are remixes coming from the hugely on form Cahill and house legend Grant Nelson. With bounce mixes from Alex K and Jens Kindervarter [Real Booty Babes]
The UK release of Agnes album will follow ‘I Need you Now’…