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Life of ‘Jah Frozen’

Life of ‘Jah Frozen’

Get to know our debut artist 'Jah Frozen' By Remeka Washington-Wint  Jamaica is the birth place of many musical genres, from Reggae to Bashment and Dancehall. There is no limit to the amount of success and talent the country has to offer the music industry, up and...

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Gangster Ras

Gangster Ras

Ld Dontae, the reggae dancehall artist born Devon Smith, in the parish of Portland Jamaica, and who currently resides in the United Kingdom. Gangster Ras's debut single is released by Nanimus Music LTD. Qauzar entertainment, the artist raps and DJ's about his...

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Father God – Fuzzy Termite

Father God – Fuzzy Termite

“Father God” by Fuzzy Termite   Known for sharing positive and uplifting messages through his music, Fuzzy Termite has yet again released a song entitled “Father God”, produced by Nanimus music and Quazar entertainment on the Whiteline riddim. This song in particular...

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A ‘Bossy’ Humanitarian

A ‘Bossy’ Humanitarian

A Humanitarian is someone "concerned with or seeking to promote human welfare" and the song 'Bossy' does just that. The up-tempo track has a deeper meaning of self-empowerment and achieving your goals but on the surface is all about having fun....

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Introducing ‘Rasackeem’

Introducing ‘Rasackeem’

I had the opportunity to sit down with Nanimus recording artist 'Rasackeem' where we spoke about his upbringing and upcoming music plus everything in between. Growing up in Jamaica, his love of music begin in the church and developed from there. As he got older the...

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“Say a prayer” with Devano Saprano

“Say a prayer” with Devano Saprano

“Say a prayer” is the latest single from recording artist Devano Saprano and the first release from the Nanimus Music 12-track compilation LP “Hola prayer riddim”. Devano’s contribution is a heartfelt prayer where he addresses how lost the human race has become but...

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Black “BRITs”

Black “BRITs”

A BRIT Award recap by Remeka Washington-Wint Image taken from O2 website The 2020 BRITs were last week, and boy were they boring. The show opened with Jack Whitehall doing his annual skit, this time accompanied by Lizzo who later performed. It was cute but really set...

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