Top 10 Dancehall Singles Jamaican Charts December 2019
Vibe with the most requested and played Top 10 Dancehall music singles in Jamaica for the month of December 2019.
Topping at #1 by one week is Jamaican recording artist Masicka, with one of his latest song, titled “Leader” produced by Dunwell, watch the official video tha scored more than 5 millions view below.
At #2, losing one position after topping for 2 consecutive weeks at #1 in the past month is UK Stylo G remix “Dumpling“, featuring Spice & Sean Paul.
At #3, and still going up, is Intence with “Go Hard” produced by Frenz For Real, while going down one slot, at #4 is Jamaican artist Daddy1 with his latest tune “Custom” produced by OSJ Records.
Closing the first segment of Top 10 Dancehall singles in Jamaica for the month of December 2019 is at #5 World Boss Vybz Kartel with “Drone Dem”, the song has been 10 weeks in charts and is coming up, heading straight to the top positions.
OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO
STYLO G FEAT. SPICE & SEAN PAUL
OFFICIAL LYRIC VIDEO
FRENZ FOR REAL
OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO
HEMTOM MUSIC/ATTOMATIC RECORDS
Download DJ Gat “New Year Swag” Dancehall Mix Rax Vybz Kartel,Masicka, Sparta, Popcaan, [January 2020]
Brought to you by DJ Gat stream or download “New Year Swag” Dancehall mix featuring all the maddest dancehall songs starting with Vybz Kartel’s “World Government”.
Dj Gat new non stop mix features all the trendiest songs of the past year and the hottest tunes of 2020, sporting te latest music from Jamaican recording artists like Daddy1, Squash, Chronic Law, Masicka, JahVillani & more Vybz Kartel with his anthems ADIADIKING, Protect them, Scorched Earth, Vybz Kartel & Sikka Rymes as well as Vybz Kartel & Lisa Hyper “Come Ova”and more hits from World Boss.
There is a bit for everybody in this raw new mix from Jamaican Dj Gat that includes also the latest music from Unruly Popcaan, Tommy Lee Sparta, Aidonia, Shenseea, Intence, Teejay, Mr Vegas, Mavado and brings you all the juiciest hits.
Check the full track list for DJ Gat “New Year Swag” posted after the audio mix. Available for free stream and free download get it clicking on the buttons below.
DANCEHALL MIX 2020 RAW DJ GAT NEW YEAR SWAG MIX VYBZ KARTEL MASICKA TOMMY LEE JAHVILLIANI
1.Vybz Kartel – World Government
2.Daddy1 – Trending King
3.Squash – Mighty
4.Chronic Law – Cyaah Stop
5.Popcaan – Numbers Don’t Lie
6.ADIADIKING – VYBZ KARTEL
7.Vybz Kartel – Protect Them
8.CURRENCY – MASICKA
9.Skillibeng – Brik Pan Brik
10.JAHVILLANI – RUBBER BAND
11.Govana – Up Front
12.Shenseea – Trick’a Treat
13.Aidonia – Aircraft
14.MAVADO – TOP SHOTTA IS BACK
15.OVADOSE FT ICEBERG-NUH LEF ME GUN
16.OVADOSE X SHAWN STORM X BURNAA KUSHFILLED – PARTY
17.Tommy Lee Sparta – Under Vibes
18.MASICKA – RICH
19.Popcaan – Billions feat. Quada (Top Boy)
20.T-BLUE – NICE
21.Plata – Soulz
22.Vybz Kartel, Sikka Rymes – Like I’m Superman
23.Vybz Kartel – Scorched Earth
24.Powerful- Si Dung
25.Don Turan- Weedy Weed
26.Teejay – Stay Scheemin’
27.Intence – Leave If You Waah Leave
28.Vybz Kartel & Lisa Hyper – Come Ova
29.SOL WEATHER MAN-STOP ANNOY ME
30.LOLAA SMILES & TEEJAY – WHITE SHEET
32.CHAPS – OH GOSH
33.JAHVILLANI – SUNDAY 2 SUNDAY
34.Jahvillani – Bad Clarks and Blue Jeans
35.SHANE O – Weh Stress a Go
36.Nazine – Happy Yah Now
37.Mr Vegas – Can’t Go Without
38.Teejay – Day One
39.Young Lion-Why dem Fight Wi Suh
40.Young Lion -Give Thanks
41.Intence – Critics
42.TOMMY LEE SPARTA – SHALLOW GRAVE
43.CHRONIC LAW – HIGH GRADE KUSH
44.Vybz Kartel – Brave
45.Mavado – Flammable
46.Vybz Kartel – Pretty From Morning
47.Squash – Pitch Black
48.Chronic Law – Natural Disaster
Antigua’s Agriculture Minister Fired Over Bad Decisions and Toxic Relationships
ST JOHN’S, Antigua, Tuesday January 21, 2020 – Prime Minister Gaston Browne has kicked Agriculture Minister Dean
Jonas from his Cabinet but has given him a chance to return in six months, once
he can make some changes, including improving the “toxic” relationships he has
had with staff and farmers.
Browne, who said he
had been impressing on Jonas the need to do better since about mid-2019, wrote
a letter to the embattled minister yesterday, informing him that his
termination would take effect that same day.
Giving the reasons for
his decision, the Prime Minister wrote to Jonas: “For more than six months, I
have tried to dissuade you from taking decisions inimical to good governance,
and to my Government’s policy. My attempts have been in vain.
with your staff in the Ministry is toxic, and a continuous decline is evident
from the reports that have reached me. The relationship with the farmers is
also toxic and deteriorating further.”
But Browne gave some
indication that Jonas, who is Member of Parliament for the St George’s
constituency, could return to the ministerial position he held for a year and a
He said he would give Jonas
a six-month “period of reflection” to “give thought to correcting the nature of
the relationships and to reconciliation”. Once that period is over, the Prime Minister
said, yesterday’s decision could be reversed.
“I continue to wish you all the very best, and advise that you take the half-year hiatus to reconsider approaches to the management of your responsibilities,” Browne’s correspondence ended.
The termination came
on the heels of reported complaints about Jonas, and Browne saying on local
radio just last weekend that the minister had not met the goals set for his
The Prime Minister said
he had “a real stern discussion” with Jonas and had cautioned him to “set up”
his performance. But Jonas subsequently defended himself, saying that the information
used to assess his performance was “flawed”.
Jonas has been replaced as Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Barbuda Affairs by Samantha Marshall who will also continue to carry out her substantive duties as Minister of Social Transformation and Human Resource Development. She was sworn in the same day of Jonas’ firing.
Bahamas Government to Review Hurricane Dorian Pledges to Decide How Best to Use Them in Rebuilding Efforts
NASSAU, The Bahamas, Tuesday January 21, 2020 – Government is to carefully review the pledges received at the
recent Hurricane Dorian Pledging Conference and decide what is best for The
Bahamas and for the people and communities in affected areas, Prime Minister Dr
Hubert Minnis says.
last week’s conference which was co-sponsored by the Government of The Bahamas
and the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), The Bahamas received US$1.5
billion in pledges of financing, grants, technical assistance, intellectual
assistance, humanitarian aid and other forms of aid.
categories of pledge funding included: concessionary loans, equity grants and
me emphasize that there were different types of funding pledged and that
potential loans are only one type of possible funding,” said Prime Minister
most other donor conferences, and as was clearly understood at the conference,
most of the aid pledged was not in the form of cash donations.”
explained that at the pledging conference, domestic and international corporate
entities, NGOs, universities and various governments pledged various levels and
types of support for the massive rebuilding programme.
Dorian hit Abaco and Grand Bahama at the start of September 2019. With maximum
sustained winds of 185 miles per hour, and gusts of 220 miles per hour, Dorian
was the strongest storm to hit The Bahamas. It was also the second strongest
storm by wind speed recorded in the Atlantic.
have been 70 confirmed deaths as a result of the hurricane.
Minister Minnis said that after The Bahamas received many pledges of support
for the reconstruction and recovery of affected areas, a collaborative decision
was made to create a mechanism to register these pledges to connect them
efficiently to national recovery priorities.
help channel some of these pledges, it became apparent that a central trust
fund for the involvement of donors was necessary,” he said.
a fund was deemed necessary to aid in the management of pledges and funds, and
to ensure efficacy and transparency in the collection and use of funds. My
Government determined at the outset that we would seek to ensure that funds
were not stolen, misused or abused by officials, whether private or public.”
Prime Minister said that as in other disaster response scenarios
internationally, the development of a trust fund was considered a requirement
to both mobilize and to efficiently manage donor funds in a transparent manner.
of its experience in development issues and reconstruction programmes after
natural disasters, the UNDP will oversee the design, establishment and
administration of The Bahamas Recovery and Reconstruction Fund. As the Fund
Administrator, UNDP will work with government and donors to ensure that funds
are deployed to the critical needs and priorities in Abaco and Grand Bahama in
conformity to UNDP’s global standards for procurement and disbursement.
Fund’s key functions will include receiving and administering contributions,
and financial and performance reporting.
said his Government is in the early stages of discussions with a leading
university in the United States to help with in-depth assistance, advice and
expertise on how The Bahamas may better prepare with resilience for the effects
of climate change.
Government is also expected to partner with a number of leading international
institutions on strategic planning for rebuilding Abaco and for making other
islands, including New Providence, more resilient.
intellectual and technical cooperation is as vital as various funding and
financing mechanisms,” said Minnis.
The UNDP is in discussions with other potential pledgers, added the Prime Minister.
CARICOM Secretariat Launches Solar Project at Headquarters
GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Tuesday January 21, 2020 – A project that will see the CARICOM Secretariat’s Headquarters
Building in Georgetown, Guyana generating 100 per cent of its electricity needs
through a Photovoltaic Power Generation System has been launched.
project, being funded by the Government of Japan, will include: installation of
400 kilowatt of solar photovoltaic power generator to provide electricity to
the Secretariat building; a battery and power conditioning system for energy
storage and power quality regulation; and an advanced building energy
management system to, among other things, provide air conditioning controls and
track energy efficiency and indoor air quality.
planning is being coordinated by the CARICOM Energy Committee chaired by Deputy
Secretary-General Ambassador Manorma Soeknandan.
Secretary-General Ambassador Irwin LaRocque said that over the last decade, renewable
energy and energy efficiency have been on the forefront of the region’s agenda.
that, globally, the building sector is the largest energy-consuming sector and
is equally a major contributor to carbon dioxide emissions, he said buildings
within CARICOM account for nearly 80 per cent of electricity usage.
“This is, in part, due to our climatic conditions, as well as design, with buildings requiring significant amounts of cooling and humidity control. The increasing attention to climate change and energy costs within the region has focused attention on energy use in buildings,” he said.
LaRocque said the photovoltaic power generation project marks another milestone
in the history of the CARICOM Secretariat, and in the relationship between
Japan and CARICOM.
recalled the green buildings initiative and the first Energy Audit of the
Secretariat in 2010 which laid the initial groundwork for the journey to energy
was an initiative fully supported by the Executive Management of the
Secretariat, who urged that our headquarters should be a green building as an
example to other public buildings in the Community. Now, with the help of the
Government of Japan, we are on the way to achieving that objective,” LaRocque said.
are breaking ground today in front of our beautiful headquarters building which
was built by the Government of Guyana, for which we are eternally grateful,
with considerable financial support from the Government of Japan.”
Ambassador LaRocque noted that Japan has supported a significant number of initiatives in disaster management, climate resilience and sustainable energy in the region, and thanked the government for its continued support.
Guyana’s First Shipment of Crude Oil off to United States
GEORGETOWN, Guyana, Tuesday January 21, 2020 – A Marshall Islands-registered oil tanker, MV Yannis has successfully lifted Guyana’s first shipment of crude, setting sail for the United States with 1 million barrels of light crude.
Guyana National Bureau of Standards (GNBS), which is responsible for
independently ensuring the accurate measurement of Guyana’s oil from the
Stabroek Block, reported that the first offloading of crude oil on the floating
production storage and offloading (FPSO) commenced last Saturday morning and
all activities were executed as planned.
are expected approximately every 10 to 12 days from henceforth.
first lift, due to the record set from discovery to production by the operator,
sets Guyana firmly on its way to becoming one of the wealthiest countries on
the globe per capita, according to many industry specialists,” a statement from
the Department of Energy said.
the sector has witnessed foreign direct investment (FDI) in excess of US$500
million, the creation of over 1,700 direct jobs, over 600 service providers,
and the establishment of over 70 joint ventures, alliances and partnerships
which continue to increase.
revenues from this venture alone are projected to realize approximately US$300
million in this first year and more than tripling over the next five years.
This is expected to directly benefit every Guyanese during this Decade of
Development through the provision of revenues to develop other important
sectors such as agriculture, energy and manufacturing, as well as vastly
improved social and educational services, world class infrastructure, increased
wages, job opportunities and an overall better quality of life over the long
term,” the Department of Energy added.
in Guyana commenced on December 20, 2019, less than five years after the
first-ever commercial discovery at the 6.6 million acres Stabroek Block. It is
expected that up to 120,000 barrels of oil per day will be produced.
To date, there has been a total of 17 oil finds in Guyana.
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