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On The Riddim (OTR) is a monthly series, highlighting the best of VP Records. From recent album releases, videos and events; viewers will be taken on a journey every episode. 2019 marks the 40th anniversary of VP Records, the world's largest reggae and soca label in the world. Paving the way for many legendary reggae artists, the label has become an icon in the reggae music industry.

NEW YORK, NY – Launching this July on VP Records YouTube page, On The Riddim (OTR) is a monthly series, highlighting the best of VP Records. From recent album releases, videos and events; viewers will be taken on a journey every episode.

Trinidad and Tobago, WI: Akeem “Preedy” Chance is no stranger to delivering attention grabbing messages through music. Truth is, every bit of his interactions with crime, poverty, loss, relationships, stereotype and triumph has influenced the music he creates. Therefore, it should not come as a surprise to anyone that the Maloney born and raised singer/songwriter/performer would release an empowering and motivational track titled ‘Pray.’

Shal Marshall iShal Debuts at #1


One of the Caribbean’s most-recognized voices, Stephenson “Shal” Marshall, now delivers his signature energetic sounds to the global audience, with the release of his debut album, iShal, distributed worldwide by FOX FUSE.

As a top on-air radio personality on Trinidad and Tobago’s premiere radio station, WE-FM, Shal can be heard weekdays helming “The Madder Drive," its prime slot during Trinidad’s equally-famous rush hour traffic.

Skinny Fabulous Celebrates Famalay


On January 10th 2019, ‘Famalay’ became the #1 selling song from the Caribbean globally on the iTunes Reggae Top 100 chart. Today, ‘Famalay’ is holding on to the #5 spot which is indicative of the support for the Soca track. While breaking the news on January 10th via his social media channels Skinny addressed the fact that the placement occurred on a Reggae chart by saying...

Sparrow's 'Sa Sa Yea' gets 2019 iDRUM update


Toronto, Ontario (Sonique Solutions) – In an era where the Calypso genre is losing some of its biggest musical icons, a team of musical professionals & enthusiasts hailing from Dominica, St. Vincent, St. Lucia, Trinidad, Barbados and North-America is paying homage to the legendary singer, The Mighty Sparrow with an updated 2019 version of the Calypsonian’s 1969 hit ‘Sa Sa Yea’ just in time for the 2019 Carnival season.

New York, NY – VP Records, the world’s largest reggae music company, announces a year-long calendar of activities in celebration of its 40 years in the United States. The year will feature a variety of music and cultural events, products, historical exhibits and experiences, in Jamaica, across the U.S., Toronto, Canada and London, England.

Toronto, Ontario (Sonique Solutions) – Canadian R&B songstress Kolette Easy has been riding high since the release of her debut album ‘Believe’. Her recent wave of success includes a well-received first single, rave reviews and thrilling live performances at shows locally, regionally and internationally.

Kingston, Jamaica - October 2018 (Acclaim PR) - The countdown to the Jamaica Music Conference (JMC) is underway. With less than 30 days until the conference, anticipation is building and so are the major announcements. The latest breaking news is the speaking confirmation of music luminary Marcia Griffiths. A landmark addition to the JMC speaker lineup, "The Queen of Reggae"

will participate in the popular "Artist in Focus" one-on-one interview on the final day of the ultra comprehensive, 4-day program.

Sting and Shaggy are excited to unleash the official video for ‘Gotta Get Back My Baby’ today featuring Golden Globe-nominated actor Steven Bauer (Scarface/Breaking Bad) and directed by Michael Garcia. The track appears on Sting & Shaggy’s collaborative album 44/876  (Cherrytree/A&M/Interscope Records), which to date has spent sixteen weeks atop Billboard’s Reggae chart. Watch the video HERE.
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