Immperial [Alley Cat] Does it Better with New EP


Deejay Immperial formally known as Alley Cat is definitely standing out with his musical and producing skills especially with his latest EP “Doing Better” produced for his Immperial Productions label.

The rhythm is very unique and fresh and consist of 2 songs, each with 2 mixes. Speaking with the artiste/Producer about the new project he said “Each track has its own concept. Doing Better speaks about overcoming obstacles and living life to the fullest. No Man Mascot speaks about females who reject negative treatment from men.”

Immperial made many hits over the years just to name a few like, Girls Tour, Brag and Boast, Why Why, No More Garrison, and A Gal A Say She Hotter.
He continues to create great music that the wider public have come to appreciate. His style and musical skills has cement him as an artiste you can count on to deliver high standard of good Reggae and Dancehall music

“Doing Better” the song is creating a good buzz all over Jamaica as many prominent radio stations have put it into their playlist. Immperial says he his very greatfull for the love the song is getting so far

A former Kingston College student, he made his recording debut in 1996, and with four albums released to date (his latest, Dancehall Knowledge Vol 3), Immperial says he has evolved musically.

“I think I have a higher mental capacity by keeping abreast with everyday events, both locally and internationally, putting things into the right perspective and delivering it through the fine art of music,” he explained.

As for the Doing Better EP, Immperial says A new video is currently in the works and should be out by fall.
For Bookings you can contact ZAZA PR at 1-876-403-6819 / 1-876-450-1308 or 917-640-1121

Mavado talks about the feud between him & Bounty Killer

bounty killerMavadoDancehall star, Mavado has opened up about his ongoing feud with former mentor and Alliance leader, Bounty Killer, claiming a lack of respect, among other things have cause the falling out between the two deejays.

Mavado appeared on CVM’s OnStage talk show, aired Saturday night, speaking from the We The Best Music Group headquarters about the issues between himself and Bounty. In the interview, Mavado held nothing back, joking that Bounty must be ‘mixing Hennessey with crack,’ after questioning his loyalty to the Alliance and calling him a ‘sellout,’ saying he’s always shown his ex-mentor respect.

New Video “Clock me Out” by Beky Glacier

BeckyGlacierFrom the inner, rural garrison of the reggae island’s capital of Kingston, Rockfort has bore the next rising star, Beky Glacier. The lyrically prolific, and versatile, singer/deejay has been entertaining venues ranging from the divine church hall to the irreverent and saucy dancehall scenes. From an early age Beky Glacier has honed in on his skills, which over time have fused under the vernacular sing-jay, contributing to the seductive and hypnotic sounds of dancehall, reggae and the Phyah Proof Label’s brand of reggae fusion.

Born Karim Beckett, the Glache as he is aptly nicknamed and which is partially attributed to his self-indulgence in jewelry, has the appearance of a stocky, athletic build of a soccer player, a pastime he continues to enjoy today. Playing soccer was an escape from the harsh realities of growing up in a hotbed of political and economic strife. In the midst of all the confusion, only music seemed to quell the confusion and provided a temporary ceasefire of the gunplay, allowing the people to “Hold a Vibes” every now and then. Beky has been inspired by the many nights that Rasta men would drum and chant sounds from Count Ossie’s Music Center. Rockfort is one of the areas that serve as the staging grounds for the outbursts accompanying the build up of pressure and frustration of the community, but it also is one of the rare sites with a naturally occurring mineral bath springs, a respite that the locals enjoy. Beky Glacier imbues these contrasting characteristics through his artistic compositions.

Jamaican Gangsters Using Young Boys In Deadly Feud 12-y-o Killers

shottasCRIMINALS locked in a bloody feud in West Kingston are using boys as young as 12 to carry out their deadly attacks in the area, the police have confirmed.

“We have had reports that the men involved in this feud are using youth as young as 12, 13 and upwards to carry out these deadly attacks,” Senior Superintendent Steve McGregor told the Jamaica Observer, adding that the boy killers were fearless and had no respect for age or gender.

The information was first passed to the Observer on Monday by a resident of Tivoli Gardens, one of the communities in the constituency.

“The man dem who a do the killings nuh have nuh respect for law and order or people; dem even a use some young boys as young as 12 and over to carry out their attacks,” the resident said.

According to the resident, the latest victim of such an attack was Edward Black, a senior member of the community, who was gunned down in broad daylight along Chestnut Lane.

On Monday, during an operation that resulted in the recovery of one firearm and several rounds of ammunition, Senior Superintendent McGregor pointed out that the attacks are not confined to one side.

He also confirmed that the actions of the criminals have left members of the religious community in fear, especially after a Christian man was shot dead by gunmen when he told them that he was on Jesus’ side in response to their demand that he state which side he was supporting in the feud.

Monday’s police operation was staged two days after a 12-year-old boy and a 28-year-old man were shot dead and 10 other people shot and injured by gunmen who attacked a group of people in Denham Town.

Since that incident last Friday night, the police have released the names of several suspects who are also believed to be involved in several other incidents in the area.

Yesterday, police said nine persons on the list turned themselves over to the police. Police said they would also continue to maintain a presence in West Kingston as tensions are still high, especially in Tivoli Gardens where residents staged a protest and burned several T-shirts with the image of member of parliament Desmond McKenzie on Sunday.

The residents accused McKenzie of taking sides in the ongoing feud. But the MP has dismissed the residents’ claim as nonsense, saying that his position was that every act of criminality committed in the constituency must be dealt with.

Radio host and MC Khadine ‘Miss Kitty’ Robbed

miss kittyRadio host and MC extraordinaire Khadine ‘Miss Kitty’ Hylton is now picking up the pieces after vandals broke into her vehicle and made off with $200,000.

According to the Digicel ambassador, after withdrawing the cash from a Washington Boulevard bank branch on Wednesday, she proceeded to Hope Road to collect a gift basket. It was while inside that the bandits struck.

“Because I knew that I had money in the vehicle, I made sure to park in front of the building. While inside, I noticed that a man came in the store and was just roaming about and talking on his phone. When I came outside, the entire passenger window had been smashed, and my money was gone,” she said.

Much to her dismay, the store attendant informed her that they had no security guards or security cameras on the property. The police were, however, quick on the scene, but there were no eye witnesses.

“I felt very violated and sad. When I came outside and saw the shards of glass, I felt sick instantaneously. It’s very hard to know that you put your blood, sweat and tears into your work to earn money and someone would just come and take it from you. It’s very daunting,” she said.

On Friday afternoon, Miss Kitty was rewarded with good news. While sharing the story in her radio programme, she was surprised by representatives from Stewart Motors who gifted her with a brand new BMW X6 to use while her vehicle is being repaired.

“God continues to bless me. Special thanks to Stewart Motors, because who God bless, no man curse. God’s blessings continue to reign,” she said.

Miss Kitty also expressed her gratitude to her fans, friends and the police officers who reached out to her on social media and otherwise.

“Your kind words and overwhelming support has strengthened and motivated me. The greatest thing is that I still have life, and I will continue to strive towards achieving my goals.”

She also had scathing remarks for the thieves.

“The blood of Jesus is against unuh. Everybody has the same 24 hours, so I don’t understand why you should sit at home while I work, and then come to take my earnings from me. When you partake in ill-gotten gains, the blood is on you. This act is so dastardly and evil. But I am not not gonna give up, because the blood of Jesus is against every thief,” she warned.

Vybz Kartel Murder Trial Cell Phone Voice Messages Leaked Online [WATCH VIDEO]

Vybz-Kartel-going-to-prisonThe voice notes evidence was perhaps the most incriminating piece of data the prosecution used to convicted Vybz Kartel and put him behind bars for life.
The controversial voice notes were leaked and has surfaced on social media sites and on YouTube.
Police say hey extracted over 24 voice notes from a Blackberry smartphone they seized from the dancehall star. Some of these voice notes were obtained by Nationwide News in Jamaica.
In several of the voice notes Vybz Kartel could be heard telling someone name Problem Child that he want back his two shoe, another name for guns, or else someone is going to die.

Imperial delivers strong sets as he promotes Dancehall Knowledge: Volume 3

Winter-Music-Massive-Alley-CatAs he drops Dancehall Knowledge for a third time on the music industry, Imperial is building on his momentum with a series of performances featuring a litany of Jamaican music’s most influential figures while garnering stronger fan support.
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Imperial appeared at Waggy T’s Bashment Explosion on March 21 in Pembroke Pines, FL, performing alongside prominent Reggae singer and long-time friend, Wayne Wonder. The duo delivered a slew of their classics for a more-than-satisfied Florida crowd as Imperial also performed tracks off his new album, Dancehall Knowledge: Volume 3, drawing many forwards from patrons.

Then, it was on to Miami where the artist formerly known as Alley Cat would perform at Winter Music Massive on March 22, organized byLarge Up magazine and 222 Worldwide. The show, co-hosted by Melanie Fiona and producer extraordinaire, Tarik ‘Rvssian’ Johnstonsaw Imperial produce a well-received, pulsating set, which saw him perform hits such as Real Ghetto Story, Why Why, Hot Gal, Brag and Boast, Girls Tour and many more. The performance also gathered the artist props on social media, with DJ Gravy tweeting that he got ‘three forwards in 2 minutes!’

The show also featured appearances from Reggae linchpins, Damian ‘Jr. Gong’ Marley and Stephen Marley, as well as Jo Mersa Marley, Bunji Garlin and Fay-Ann Lyons.

In the meantime, Imperial says he is concentrating on pushing Dancehall Knowledge: Vol. 3 while promising fans can expect to see lots more of him in the near future. He is currently lined up for a show this Saturday at the Purdy Lounge in Miami (South Beach) as well as a performance in West Palm Beach April 19th.

Promoters who wish to book Imperial can email him at or call 954-274-5312.

Rihanna kicked out of famed Abu Dhabi mosque over racy photos

Rihanna-at-mosque-in-Abu-Dhabi-October-2013 Though she covered up — by her standards — in a head-to-toe black form-fitting outfit, complete with a hijab headcovering, the 25-year-old pop star clearly didn’t get the memo on the spirit of Islamic law. In photos that were posted on her Instagram site, Rihanna could be seen posing in several provocative poses with lips pancaked in ruby red lipstick a no-no for a society that stresses covering up women’s sexuality.

“She left without entering the mosque, after being asked to do so, due to the fact that she had taken some pictures that do not conform with the conditions and regulations put in place by the Centre’s management to regulate visits in a way that takes the status and sanctity of the mosque into consideration,” a representative for the mosque told local media outlets in a statement.
The mosque spokesperson added that “the singer” came for a private tour to the mosque at a gate that is not meant for visitors — without identifying herself or coordinating the visit in advance.

The mammoth Sheikh Zayed Mosque is the largest religious center in the United Arab Emirates. Named after the late ruler of the country, it’s become one of the highest-profile mosques in the region since it opened in 2007.

Rihanna covered up for her concert in the United Arab Emirates’ capital Saturday night — a Bedouin inspired look she dubbed “Empress RiRi.”