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Denyque: Stronger, Fiercer, Grown

Bursting onto the scene in early 2009 with her debut Can’t Breathe, Denyque captured the interest of Jamaica, becoming one of Dancehall’s most treasured divas, following hits like I Miss You, Make Me Believe, and Summer Love. 

Etana Says She ‘Just Wants What Is Legally Hers’ In Landmark Lawsuit Against VP Records

“I just want what is legally mine.” That was the declaration from two-time Grammy Award nominee Etana, in confirming to DancehallMag that she has filed a groundbreaking lawsuit against VP Records, in the Supreme Court in the State of New York over artist royalties, mechanical royalties, public performance royalties, and other monies allegedly due to her.

Spice, Shenseea Clash Brewing? Dancehall Fans Take Sides

After the Queen of Dancehall Spice dropped her latest release, Different Category this week, the rumor mill was kicked into overdrive with many speculating that it was a counteraction to Shenseea’s January 2 track, Dolly, which had featured Moyann and dance trio Prettii Prettii, TC, and Rebel.