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By slayday, Sep 18 2017 04:05PM

Amada Records Secures Publishing and Merchandising Deal With Sean Kingston


Sean, who has been friends with Kartel since 2008 and visited him at Kingston General Penitentiary earlier this year (Kartel is currently serving a life sentence for murder), doesn’t know how Kartel recorded his vocals on "Chance." “I don’t know if this was a recent verse that Kartel did in jail or an old verse, I don’t know when or how it was recorded. I got the vocals from his engineer [Mario Dunwell of Dunwell Productions],” Sean explains to Billboard. “I told Dunwell I wanted to do a new song with Kartel, we were bouncing ideas around for about a year, and he picked 'Chance'; when I got it back, I was like, 'Wow, this is dope, Kartel did his vocals to my beat.' However it was done, it is pretty dope to get a verse from Kartel in his situation because I heard he wasn’t doing verses for anybody and he has turned a lot of big artists.”


The Caribbean-influenced, radio-friendly "Chance," all about a guy asking his girl for another try at their relationship, marks a return to form for Kingston whose last radio record, 2013’s "Beat It" featuring Chris Brown and Wiz Khalifa, peaked at No. 17 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs tally. “'Chance' was the right song to lead off the mixtape with, because I am known for doing music that crosses island pop but also has an R&B flair,” Sean says. “A lot of people are doing that sound now, but I started out with it and that’s what set me apart from many artists.”


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By slayday, Sep 18 2017 03:59PM

A wise man once said that a prophet is never honored in his own country. And so it has been with Capleton. While the veteran DJ‚s words and works long ago earned him the title of “The Prophet”, the respect and honor that should rightfully be his have been a long time coming. Anytime you try to uplift righteousness and upliftment of the people them, then you ah go get a fight, says the hottest entertainer in the worldwide reggae fraternity. “Bob Marley come do it and them fight him.


By slayday, May 18 2017 08:03PM

Amada Records is a premier record label underneath the EAE Management Group umbrella and is distributed via QUE Records/Capitol Music Group. EAE Management Group owns and operates over thirty licensed radio stations and covers over thirty major markets. EAE Radio Networks averages more than 100,000 weekly listeners per station and expands to over 40 countries.


EAE Management Group services over 3,000 clients yearly and manage over 6,000 social media profiles. Providing services which range from brand development to physical music distribution, EAE Management Group delivers signature turn-key solutions for any client.


EAE Management Group offers an exclusive in-house revenue-based distribution formula, which enables artists to generate sales and exposure of their artistic work without entering into a 360 deal.


Stay Tuned! All future releases will be released on Billboard's music store. Stay updated by following Amada Records on Twitter here.




By slayday, May 18 2017 07:56PM

Beata releases her new single “Speed of light“, featured by multi platinum awarded producer and rapper Gue Pequeno from italy.


The fashionable power woman is everything, but common: BEATA has the sense for hits and with her modern electro-pop voice she has everything an artist needs for the charts. BEATA is a musician with heart and mind. She gravitated on the world stage of music since her childhood, recorded in Berlin, Munich, Paris and Stockholm. The singer has already produced various videos and performed on numerous stages and on TV shows in her native country Poland. Furthermore she was rewarded with the Prize for Tolerance.


“Speed of light“ coming up with a slower trap version for the Radios, a dynamic Clubmix and an Extended Clubmix especially for the Mixshow-Djs. The single was released 17.march 2017 and is available in downloadstores worldwide. Connected to the single release, two days later the red carpet event with both artists and other famous producers, Djs and A&R took place at Hollywood-Milano.

Beata already gained more than half a million views on Youtube on her new single.


YouTue Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Il-MwwsUaDw

Page: https://www.facebook.com/beabeatz


Beata Beatz ft. Gue Pequeno

“Speed Of Light“

(c)2017 ICM Record Label

Genre: Dance/Club


By slayday, May 18 2017 07:49PM

James “Jimii” Carlisle is a 24-year-old independent artist on the brink of mainstream success. Born and raised in New York City, he now resides in Virginia and goes by the alias “Jimii Hitmaker.” Although many hip-hop artists are often drowned out by a sea of unsigned talent and up-and-coming rappers, Carlisle’s distinctive voice and unique rapping pattern make him a standout.


Black Enterprise first caught up with the promising rapper last year, when he told us about his aspirations and passion for making music. Now, months later, Carlisle has been hit with a new wave of success.


In April, he released two hit singles, “Jet Pack” and “Stunnin.” Both received worldwide recognition, while “Stunnin” is currently charting at No. 63 on Digital Radio Tracker’s National Airplay Top 150 Independent Chart.


He also signed a distribution deal with Amada Records—a premier record label underneath the EAE Management Group umbrella that is distributed via QUE Records/Capitol Music Group—to promote his single “Stunnin.”


In an email, Carlisle opened up about his new distribution deal and his journey in the music industry.


Read The Full Interview On Black Enterprise Magazine


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