A group of artists from around the world got together to create a song and video urging people to 'Love our planet'. Mahdah Urf (Earth song revival) was born. On the face of it there does not seem to be much new about something like this, but look a little closer and you begin to see the attraction of this song and video. Not only is it a truly global collaboration featuring artists from Jamaica, USA, China, Sweden, Switzerland, Barbados and beyond. It is also a reggae song. Yep, a Reggae song lead by Reggae artists is taking centre stage on the environmental issue.
Kaos Mc has taken rap from the Favela to the world. Teaming up with superstars like Tito Jackson and working with EEDB (Eagle E and Doc B) and others from around the world. Now he is set to extend his reach into the UK Soul and R&B Market with a collaboration with Platinum recording soul, Acid Jazz, R&B and Reggae star Noel Mckoy.
Africa is on fire! Right now in Africa fires are blazing out of control. In Angola and DRC thousands of fires are burning out of control. The facts are that Brazil is only 3rd in the world over the last 48 hours in wildfires.
EEDB (Stevie Eagle E and Peter Doc B) have reunited and are coming back with their first single release in over a decade. The new single is called 'Drop and Gimme 20' and features Brazilian rising rap star Kaos Mc another Brazilian rapper Mr. Jack and introduces us to the beautiful Brazilian model and artist Quezia Brazil. EEDB had a string of notable tracks in the late '90s and early Millenium and despite originally being a Rap act had more success in the UK dance charts and club charts with songs like 'Time' by The Flirtations, Dancefloor, and Boom Bang Bang by Leslie Loh.
The Brazilian rapper known as the Hip Hop Robin Hood 'Kaos MC' touched down in Europe on a promotional tour for the first time. Kaos MC who recently rose into the public eye due to his debut single 'What's wrong' featuring the legendary Tito Jackson, Internet Star Alex Boye and another Brazilian rapper Bull Dogg. The track not only charted at 13 in the official Music Week commercial pop dance charts but also scored high in many other charts around the globe.