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TrackBlasters Radio: 08.09.17

Posted on September 8, 2017

Da Fat Friday Afternoon - The Official Soundtrack To Your Weekend

Host: DJ P.R.

Today's show includes brand new heatrocks from the likes of Ty Dolla $ign, PARTYNEXTDOOR, SZA, Euroz, AWKWORD, MaZhe and Rock.

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Record Of The Day: AWKWORD - Heather Heyer

Playlist

French Montana feat. Swae Lee & Mariah Carey - Unforgettable (Remix)
Busta Rhymes feat. Vybz Kartel & Tory Lanez - Girlfriend
Ty Dolla $ign feat. Damian Marley & Skrillex - So Am I
PARTYNEXTDOOR feat. Jadakiss - Cartier
SZA - Quicksand
N.O.R.E. feat. Pharrell - Uno Más
The Cool Kids feat. Jeremih - 9.15 PM
Euroz - Need Me Some
A Tribe Called Quest feat. Busta Rhymes - The Donald

**Record Of The Day**
AWKWORD - Heather Heyer

MaZhe - Cartoons
Nine - Fiyah
Rock (of Heltah Skeltah) feat. Method Man, Inspectah Deck, Tek & Steele - Camp-Wu
Sean Price feat. Smif-N-Wessun, Rock, Method Man, Raekwon, Inspectah Deck & Foul Monday - Clans & Cliks
Wu-Tang Clan feat. Redman - People Say
Jay-Z - Moonlight

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TrackBlasters Radio: 04.09.17

Posted on September 4, 2017

Da More Fire Monday - The Correct Flava To Start Your Week

Host: DJ P.R.

Today's show includes new joints from the likes of The Council, Ty Dolla $ign, N.O.R.E., ForteBowie, The Cool Kids, Bugus and many more.

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Record Of The Day: The Council feat. Kabaka Pyramid, Koro Fyah & Massy The Creator - Misery

Playlist

Jay-Z feat. Damian Marley - Bam

**Record Of The Day**
The Council feat. Kabaka Pyramid, Koro Fyah & Massy The Creator - Misery

Ty Dolla $ign feat. Damian Marley & Skrillex - So Am I
N.O.R.E. feat. Pharrell - Uno Más
ForteBowie - Saturday Love
The Cool Kids feat. Jeremih - 9:15 PM
Bugus - Angels
Wu-Tang Clan feat. Redman - People Say
Shaz IllYork feat. Tools Beastly & Therman Munsin - Kandahar
Action Bronosn feat. Rick Ross - 9-24-7000
Jay-Z - Moonlight
ASAP Twelvyy - Castle Hell
Mobb Deep - Try My Hand
Prodigy - The Good Fight
Kendrick Lamar - FEEL.
Jay-Z - 4:44

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Ty Dolla $ign feat. Damian Marley & Skrillex – So Am I [Audio]

Posted on September 1, 2017

Here's a new cut from Ty's forthcoming album, "Beach House 3". Stream "So Am I" with Damian Marley and Skrillex below.

Damian Marley On Growing Dreads For 22 Years & More [Video]

Posted on August 28, 2017

Damian Marley opened up to VladTV about becoming Rastafari after leaving high school and learning more about his religion. He explained that around the time that he started adopting the religion is when he stopped cutting his dreadlocks, but Damian explained that for practical purposes he has begun trimming his hair.

During the conversation, Damian spoke about his smash hit "Welcome to Jamrock," for which he became the first Reggae artist to win two Grammys in one night. You can hear more of what he had to say, including the backlash he got for the song, in the above clip.

Damian Marley On How His Mom Met Bob Marley, How He Got “Jr. Gong” Nickname [Video]

Posted on August 22, 2017

In this clip, Damian Marley discusses how his parents met and the untimely death of his iconic father, Bob Marley. Damian recalls early moments of his childhood with his older siblings and reflects on how those relationships were fostered. He also reveals the origin of his nickname Jr. Gong, and how dancehall music deeply influenced his style of music today. While unpacking the backstory to his second album, Halfway Tree, Marley goes in depth about how oppression and social inequity dominates his music. He talks about how his life, though privileged, lay at the crux of the "Halfway Tree" which divided Damian's town in Jamaica along class lines.

Damian Marley On Bob Marley Uniting Political Parties After Getting Shot [Video]

Posted on August 17, 2017

Damian Marley spoke openly to VladTV about his legendary father Bob being bullied for his mixed race and not feeling like he belonged to a particular group. He then spoke about Bob getting into the Rastafari culture and his own thoughts on the core principles of the religion.

During the conversation, Damian also spoke about politics in Jamaica, comparing them to a gang. He explained that things aren't as serious as they were in the past, but Marley said Reggae artists have chosen not to be close to politics for various reasons.

To hear more of what he had to say, hit the above clip.

TrackBlasters Radio: 14.08.17

Posted on August 14, 2017

Da More Fire Monday - The Correct Flava To Start Your Week

Host: DJ P.R.

Today's show includes a truckload of brand new heatrocks from the likes of Torii Wolf, Sean Price, Nine, 60 East, Pete Sayke, Bugus and many more.

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Record Of The Day: Nine - Fiyah

Playlist

French Montana feat. Chinx - Whiskey Eyes
Lana Del Reay feat. ASAP Rocky & Playboi Carti - Summer Bummer
Torii Wolf feat. Macklemore & DJ Premier - Free
Fat Joe feat. Dre - So Excited
French Montana feat. Swae Lee - Unforgettable
French Montana feat. Alkaline - Formula
Jay-Z feat. Damian Marley - Bam
Jay-Z feat. Frank Ocean - Caught Their Eyes
Sean Price feat. Buckshot & General Steele - Apartheid

**Record Of The Day**
Nine - Fiyah

ASAP Twelvyy - Castle Hell
60 East feat. Cam Meekins - Finally Home
Pete Sayke (of Grumpy Old Men) - Architecture
Bugus - Family Business
Tyler, The Creatoer feat. Anna Of The North, Frank Ocean & Steve Lacy - 911 / Mr. Lonely
Iman Omari feat. Quelle Chris - So Real

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Damian Marley On 2Pac & Bob Marley Comparisons, New Project & Much More [Video]

Posted on August 3, 2017

Damian Marley, the youngest son of reggae icon, Bob Marley, and a viable star in his own light sits down with DJ Vlad to speak on his dad's legacy, the impact of Rastafarianism on his life, and what it's like working with Nas and Jay-Z.

He begins by discussing his father's legacy, though Jr. Gong was only 2 when he passed, and why the Marley descendants have a knack, for music. He speaks on the social impact Bob's music has and why 2Pac may be the only artist to have such a powerful effect on the masses. He then goes on to discuss Trenchtown and the politics of Jamaica and why he feels it is important for someone like him who is privileged to some extent, to speak up on the oppressions of others in his music.

Getting to the music, Damian discusses his success as a solo reggae artist having received three Grammy awards in his career and working with mainstream artists Nas, Mick Jagger, Skrillex, and Jay-Z through the years. He also discloses whether or not he and his siblings would ever work on a collaborative project.

Watch the full interview above.