21st Hapilos Digital Releases Featuring Stars of Dancehall & Reggae: Worl' Boss, RDX & Road Elf, Mabado, Hitmaker, Igloo Riddm 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:

Short Boss Muzik keeps the hits coming one after the other and this latest is no different as Vybz Kartel's devoted wife Tanesha 'Shorty''s imprint label presents "Represent Portmore" by Worl' Boss. Fans have made Worl' Boss singles a social media and radio constant fixture. "Represent Portmore" is now available on itunes via 21st Hapilos Digital.

Yet another hit single by Apt 19 Music featuring dynamic dancehall duo RDX and rising star Road Elf with "HeadTop". As there is no dancehall without dance, RDX draws from the fascinating headtop dance on their latest hit. Distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital, "HeadTop" is out now on itunes

Although he has become an international billboard dancehall sensation, chart topper Mavado hasn't forgotten his roots and with Young Vibez Production, he proudly sings "Pon Di Gully (Born & Brow)" on the Dark Skies Riddim. The hit single is out now on itunes via 21st Hapilos Digital.

Once quoted as saying “My first love is recording and being an artiste. I am a fan of music, so I know what people like, so I try to make music that I like". Multi talented producer and bonafide artist himself Hitmaker performs "Dancehall Bully". Distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital and produced by Hitmaker Muzik, the single is now available on itunes

Sounique - Mehlia Records blazing riddim has the answer to cool you off with "Igloo Riddim" featuring breakthrough star of dancehall Alkaline with "F*ck You", Baby Tash "First Night", Bryka "Skin
Clean", I Octane Family First", Jah Vinci Loving", Kiprich "I See The Light", Konshens "Clean Money", Shane O "She Goes Up" and dancehall superstar Vybz Kartel with "You Want Me", Distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital, "Igloo Riddim" is available on itunes

To many the Nightlife is a time to let loose, relax and let your wild side out. Hit City Records taps into that feeling with the release of "NightLife Riddim" featuring Aidonia with "Fi Get Gyal (We Nuh Waste Time)", Chan Dizzy "Bad People" and "Provate Party", Demarco "Stick A Bet", Jahmiel "Badness", Laden "Simple As You See It", Munga "High Grades" and Penti "Money". The hit riddim is out now on itunes via 21st Hapilos Digital.

Starstruck Records presents "StarStruck Riddim". A befitting name indeed as the riddim features such stars as Grammy award winner Beenie Man with "One More Wine", Bling Dawg "AP", Bling Dawg & I Candy with "Top A The Line", Busy Signal "Wet Spilff", Darrio "Wish Dem Could Be Me", Esco "Cyah Cross Me Border", Iyara "Man A Hold It" and Shanhll with "Stay". Distributed by 21st Hapilos Digital, "StarStruck Riddim" is now available on itunes

Time Unit Music presents "Money Chiss Riddim". The rhytm deemed already to be a hit by popular Jamaican newspaper "The Star", the young producer proudly told the publication "Well, I would describe this project as a door opening, to let the industry know that there are some good young upcoming producers out there that have the talent and can do the work as well as the name producers." "Money Chiss Riddim" features such artists as 3 Star Wild Life with "Dem A Stylla", Hit Dan "If Money Was A Girl", Jah Vinci "Wah My Money", Nuetron Obliv "Clean Money" and Tactical with "Haffi Rich". The hit filled riddim is now available on itunes via 21st Hapilos Digital.

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