First independent artist in 8 years to take #1 spot on Billboard reggae album chart!

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Xyclone, (born Roje Roman Robinson, November 2, 1987) is a Jamaican Reggae / Dancehall recording artist  from Waterford, St. Catherine that acquired billboard status with his sophomore album From the Basement to the Big Leagues in December 2016. Though doing music for over 8 years, Xyclone got his big break when he was introduced to the world by his mentor Spragga Benz at a show in Hartford, Connecticut in the United States. From there Xyclone proceeded to tour the USA as a member of Spragga Benz’s label Red Square Productions; doing shows in over 42 of Americas 50 United States. 

As a Red Square Productions artist, Xyclone’s first official single was “Back it Up” on the Audacity Riddim in 2011. Xyclone then signed a management deal with Survivor Slim of Tropical Heat Productions. Operating as one entity, Red Square Tropical Heat Production a.k.a. RSQTHP Music Group. Xyclone’s First single on the label was  “Top Shottas Anthem”, a track dedicated to Spragga Benz, which features former Portmore Empire artist Deva Bratt. Later that year (2012) Xyclone released "Back Pocket Rag" which was quickly and heavily receive by the dancehall fans all over the world! Back Pocket Rag was later remixed by Grammy winning artist Beenie Man and his protege Cee Gee! Rsqthp also released successful songs from Xyclone such as "Woiii" and “It’s On” feat Kevin Lyttle, Red Rat, Delly Ranx and Deva Bratt which were all distributed by VPAL a subsidiary of VP Records.

In August 2015 Xyclone released his first studio album entitled The Xyclone LP which peaked at 13 on iTunes reggae charts. It featured Spragga Benz, Beenie man, Cee Gee, Gappy Ranks, and Red Rat among others, which was distributed by VPAL music .

In 2016 Xyclone released his highly anticipated album "From the Basement to the Big Leagues" on December 16, 2016. It debuted at number 6 on the iTunes reggae charts and peaked at 5 later that week. A week after it was released the album debuted number 14 on the Billboard reggae charts and later peaked at number 12. The album featured chart topping songs such as "Tell The Truth" ft. Star Cole and "How Yuh Bad Suh" which have received millions of downloads and views on social media.

Having secured a Bachelors of Science degree in Finance, Xyclone has shown himself a full-rounded person who can achieve great things away from the microphone. With his resume’ boasting several commendable accomplishments, Xyclone looks to continue his run towards superstardom.

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Ishawna "Dancehall Diva"

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Ishawna is a Jamaican performer and celebrity widely considered as the leading voice of the new generation of female dancehall artists. Born to a musical family (her Father is reggae singer Don Angelo), Ishawna wrote her first song at the age of six and recorded her first track at eight.

Ishawna's initial break came after being discovered by Bounty Killer during a performance at the legendary Asylum nightclub. Immediately recognizing her potential the dancehall veteran made Ishawna the first lady of his Alliance crew.

Her collaboration with Demarco "For You" (2008) catapulted her into the public eye where she has enjoyed immense popularity ever since. Her sensational lifestyle which she shares openly with her perpetually expanding fan-base on her social media networks is often the subject of her brutally honest lyrics. "Restraining Order" for example was released after a breakup that played out in the public eye. In 2018 her controversial viral hit "Equal Rights (Explicit)" bluntly addressed one of Jamaica's most taboo topics igniting a firestorm in the process.

Her unique combination of raw appeal, talent and her work ethic make her one of the most sought-after performers in dancehall music.