This Week 21st Hapilos Digital Hottest Dancehall & Reggae Releases: Worl' Boss, Kiprich, Busy Signal, Tifa and More


21st Hapilos Digital Distribution is the largest digital distributor of Dancehall, Reggae and Caribbean music. We have successfully placed Reggae and Dancehall on the international digital market via iTunes, Amazon and Google Play to name a few. We have effectively brought the revenue back into Dancehall by employing aggressive marketing and cost-effective distribution strategies to maximize the earnings potential of clients.


Happy New Year to all, here are this week new releases:

Since proudly debuting her own "Short Boss Muzik" label with the release of "School". the devoted common law wife of incarcerated dancehall superstar Vybz Kartel, Tanesha 'Shorty' Johnson has given dancehall fans a slew of hits. The latest release by Short Boss Muzik "Make Up, Break Up" by Worl' Boss is now available on itunes distributed by digital giants 21st Hapilos.

A fan favorite, popular dancehall artist Kiprich received international recognition when he performed and wrote the lyrics to Elephant Man's "Jook Gal" featuring hip hop star Lil Jon. Kiprich is regarded as one of Jamaica's most prolific lyricist. Distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital, SoUnique Records presents Kiprich "Can't Get Weh" now on itunes.

Markus Records presents Markus "Jah Never Fail". Grammy award winner Buju Banton's eldest son Markus Myries who heads his own successful Markus Records label, as added artist to his accolades as he releases "Jah Never Fail" on itunes via 21st Hapilos Digital.

Past winner of the Crystal Blue Awards, Stylo G has remained a fixture on the UK Charts. The reggae stars teamed up with Billboard charting producer TJ Records to give you "More Dallah". The hot sinfle distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital is now available on itunes.

Spearheaded by resident DJ on one of Jamaica's top station "Zip FM" ZJ Crome , Cr203 Records have been responsible for some of the biggest hits in dancehall. Their latest musical offering the "Selfie" Riddim features Busy Signal "Trust Them" and Tifa "No Romance". Distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital, "Selfie" Riddim is available on itunes.

Studio 91 Records/Gaza Prince presents "Untroubled" Riddim featuring Dwayno "Me a Party", Fatts "Hustler", King Assar "Road Life", Noah "Love Me Right", Delly Ranx "Bruck It", FaReal & Corry Dip "Favorite Song", G Starr "Me No Beg", Versatile "Get Gyal Everyday", Kappa "Love It Bad", Iyastrength "No Want It Over" and Larous "Remember You Say". The "Untroubled" riddim is now available on itunes via 21st Hapilos Digital.

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