News 26th May 2018

UK Danchall artist Stylo G & UK producer DJ Kamar provide audio stems for young people to recreate their own version.

The stems are part of the application process for young people to get on the artist development programme. We are looking for a production team to be made up of a Singer, Rapper, Musician(s), Producer and DJ. To apply download the relevant stems, recreate your version and send to 


Vocal Stems : Stylo G Born Jamaican but moved to the UK where he established his name in the UK Grime scene at the age of 15. In 2008 he won the Crystal Blue awards ‘song of the year’ for ‘Jamaicans in Britain’. He has since developed the bridge between UK hip-hop and dancehall producing tracks; ‘Leader’, ‘Blackberry’ and ‘Swagga Dem’, and gaining key radio and live support.

2011 was an explosive year for Stylo G with the release of underground hit ‘Call Mi a Yardie’. The single crossed continents receiving kudos and radio play as far afield as Japan and the USA. Stylo has since collaborated on a number of tracks with artists such as Sneakbo, Cashtastic, Wretch 32, Chip, Time-Takers, producer Diztortion with “Soundbwoy” his first UK Top 20 single and Clean Bandit  “Come Over” which peaked at number 45 on the UK Singles Chart.

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Music Stems : DJ Kamar DJ Producer and musician who migrated to the UK from Jamaica after serving time in the UK forces. DJ Kamar established his name on the Dancehall circuit as a DJ / Selector but would also play keys for Northampton based Reggae Band Mystic Crew in his spare time. Venturing into producing he collaborated with Atlanta based singer Kenne Blessing producing the hit “Touch Me” which attracted attention from Switzerland based producer Johnny Roxx who done the official remix. He has since played on songs for reggae singer Richie Stephens.

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Stylo G ft Sister Nancy

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