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  • The Haitian Legend Singer and Rapper Jamecy "Black Alex" Pierre Dies At 39.

    On Friday November 13th 2015 at 9:00am, the Haitian famous rapper and singer aka Black Alex was pronounce dead in Haiti. Alex was born on October 16 1976 and passed away at 39 years old from tuberculosis. He was a former member of the well known group called King Posse and later branch out to his own as a solo artist and in the past has done features on songs with many well known artist such as elephant man.

    Haiti lost another great individual. Black was loved by so many for his contribution in society and in the Haitian music industry. Former group members and fans all over the world pays tribute today to remember Black Alex. Please spread the love and share this beautiful tribute to Black. 

    Black we love and you will never be forgotten R.I.P

    Black Alex when he was with King Posse

     

     

    Black Alex when he went Solo

     

     

    "Drug" was a song Black Alex's wrote on how he would never touch drugs again. He left that lifestyle and wanted to share this tribute to encourage others to follow and change to a healthier lifestyle. For those who didn't know Black accepted God as his lord and savior. He changed his life around and become a believer. 

     

     

     

     

     

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  • CHECK THIS ARTIST GOES TO JAMAICA

    BY CTA STAFF


    Embarking on a business trip to Jamaica, and ignoring (just a little bit) all the amazing things the Island has to offer, including the beautiful beaches and food, isn’t easy. But our travel to unearth the next hottest unsigned hip-hop artist in the Island was fruitful. 
    Our travel landed us in the Island’s capital, Kingston, where the bustling neighborhoods are no stranger to good music – or crime. In 2014, the city jumped up to the sixth highest murder rate for any city worldwide. The birthplace of Reggae superstars Buju Banton, Beenie Man, and none other than the legendary Bob Marley has pumped out many hitmakers through the years, making it the perfect place for us to start our digging. 

    And we learned quite quickly it’s the struggle that churns out the smoothest beats. Within minutes after our arrival, the crew realized just how things get down in Kingston.  The rugged, but inviting city provided us quite the experience. The trip started off with a little hiccup when our cabbie’s car literally blew up as we waited to head off to our hotel. But, by chance, the cabbies friend, Winsome, ended up being the key to finding our hot artist. 

    Winsome, a Kingston native with an ear for hip-hop music, hipped us to the area while she assumed the position of our tour guide. She took us to her friends beauty salon and there we got perspectives invaluable to our search before she got us over to our hotel. Two days later Winsome gave us a call and told us about a young artist by the name of FameStylez, whose music encompasses all aspects of the struggles, mystical beauty, and uniqueness of the island. Within hours we had FameStylez on the line and a couple hit records in tow. As a treat to our subscribers, we brought back a couple of his hits to the states.

    Click the link below and let us know what you think about the next hottest unsigned artist. Kingston stand up!

     

     

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