Tag: Stony Hill

Stephen Di Genius Celebrates Grammy Win With Damian Marley & Shakira

Dancehall producer Stephen “Di Genius” McGregor is celebrating more Grammy certification Di Genius has plenty to be happy about right now after adding more Grammy certificates to his collection. The Big Ship producer did work on both Damian Marley’s Stony Hill album and Shakira’s El Dorado won Best Reggae Album and Best Latin Pop respectively at the 60th annual Grammy Awards in New York on Sunday night. This is also his first Grammy win in the reggae category although he is traditionally a dancehall producer. “Honored to be a part of these two Grammy winning albums today @damianmarley @shakira. Love to everyone else nominated, just to be considered is a win for all More music!! @supadups @chinomcgregor @chanelgenio @kevinadg and all of my other Grammy winning...

Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley Wins 2018 Reggae Grammy “Best Reggae Album”

Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley wins the 2015 Best Reggae Album Grammy for Stony Hill. Gong picked up his third Grammy at the 60th annual Grammy Awards ceremony at Madison Square Gardens in New York City on Sunday night. Damian Marley released the 18 track album on July 21st in 2017. The project was released under Republic Records and saw guest appearances from Stephen Marley and Major Myjah, with Stephen and Gong executive producing the project. The Best Reggae Album category saw some strong contenders this year with Morgan Heritage, Chronixx, J Boog, and Lost In Paradise all getting nominations after putting out some well received albums. Chronixx’s Chronology LP was one of the hot favorites to win the award, but Damian Marley edged him out in the end. Chronixx lead the online...

Damian Marley Travels To Ethiopia For “Speak Life” Video

“Speak Life” is one of those timeless songs from Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley. The single is featured on his Grammy-nominated album Stony Hill. The music video was directed Jerry Henry and shot in Ethiopia while Damian Marley was on the African continent for a tour last year. The video showcases clippings off ordinary citizens going about there daily lives while Jr. Gong walks through the streets. “Speak life, Live a humble and meek life / Ordinary day of the week life / Try to search and seek life / Way up keep your head up and stay up / Even when you sore and pain love / Never giving up till its game up / Keep your aim up,” Gong sings. Damian Marley’s album Stony Hill was nominated for Best Reggae Album at this year’s 60th annual Grammy Awards....

Damian Marley Wins Best Reggae Act MOBO Award

Damian Marley picked up the 2017 MOBO Award for Best Reggae Act. A day after getting a Grammy nomination for his new album Stony Hill for Best Reggae Album, Damian “Jr Gong” Marley picked up another prestigious award at Wednesday night’s awards show for Music of Black Origin in the UK. Gong beat out stiff competition from the likes of Chronixx, Popcaan, Alkaline, and Aidonia, who have all had a great year in reggae/dancehall. Some fans on social media are saying that Chronixx deserves to win both the MOBO and the upcoming Grammy Awards for the reggae category. The roots reggae star released his critically-acclaimed debut album Chronology in July of this year. The project has been well received and even made Rolling Stone’s list of 50 Best Albums of 2017. Damian Ma...

Damian Marley – Here We Go (Stony Hill Album)

[Verse 1] Here we go My big ego is gonna get me in trouble Trying to play hero My jeans can’t tight like Michael Phelps speedo We no play follow fashion, when we lead out Now looky here, my big ideas Gonna get me in trouble now amongst my peers But have no fear, no bother cry tears You’re just miles ahead when I’m ahead light years [Chorus] (Here.. here I come again) The originally, run fi the grand finally (Have no fear.. for it is only I) I do it regularly, through every hill and valley (I’m here to teach you only truth) It’s Mister Warm and Easy Somebody please believe me (For the things you do, Jah is watching you) [Verse 2] Man a wah some do a likkle bomboclaated Weh feel like them because dem album charted Well all bad card will be disregarded No punk cy...