April/19/2013/ Teacha Dee slated for Reggae Jam 2013
This year Europe’s number one reggae show “Reggae Jam will have amongst its prestigious list, Teacha Dee
This year’s lineup released by Reggaejam on the internet is quite impressive. It has superior Reggae acts such as Freddie Macgregor, Busy Signal, Marcia Griffiths, Cocoa Tea, John Holt, Lee “scratch” Perry, Third World, Lloyd Parks, Yami Bolo, Romain Virgo and many more.
This announcement promises Teacha Dee’s second appearance at Reggae Jam, the first of which was a riveting performance underneath the dancehall tent in 2011 which was greatly publicized as one of the highlights of that year.
Reggae Jam fans are anxious for his return and are openly showing their approval on the official ReggaeJam page on Facebook.
November/8/2012 – “Spliff and Beer” stands out on the kickdown riddim by Jugglerz Records
With the sound of a starting motorcycle engine comes a very powerful riddim entitled “Kickdown Riddim”. On this riddim one can hear the vocals of many Jamaican top acts such as Konshens, Beenie Man, Elephant Man and more. The party vibe along with merry drinking was echoed in many ways and so was Teacha Dee’s single ” Spliff and Beer”. Within this track, one will hear a full story about one night on the town, driving to kiosks for beers and just having a goo time within the club.
The marriage of “spliffs” with Beers as was skillfully vocalized in this single, shows great potential of been a long lasting popular hit with the dancehall audiences worldwide especially in Europe in the cold season where beers are consumed much like water studies suggest. This one is a must have if you enjoy a spliff with an ice cold beer while rocking to your favorite sound system or live band.. its the main fuel of various dancehall parties and night life.
November/5/2012 – Teacha Dee encourages “Freedom” on the Naughty Wifey Riddim.
Deebuzz Music along with Hard2Def released what can be termed as a very hard hitting dancehall riddim for the fall season in Europe. This riddim consist of a mixture of German artistes and Jamaican artistes with songs skillfully crafted to express various meditations centered around the “Naughty Wife” concept. Teacha Dee however, has deviated from the norm as he has done numerous times and recorded a cryptic message to the masses entitled “Freedom”. This explosive track along with its booming riddim consisting of wild riffs mostly heard within the rock circles, has been creating waves especially amongst the females as the low hard driving vocals are captivating and message solidly written. Take a listen to this track and discover for yourself the basic but effective flow of what many dubbed the missing art of “deejaying” believed to be lost with the founding fathers of dancehall music. Listen the song below..(soundcloud link)
July/10/2012 – Teacha Dee releases a top single on “Sweet Sour Riddim” entitled “I Will Try Again”
The latest buzzing single from Jamaican singer Teacha Dee to hit the market is on a mellow reggae riddim produced by Catchy Greezzly dubbed “Sweet Sour Riddim”.This small project with a maximum of Seven tracks including the riddim version has been getting alot of good reviews from reggae lovers. Within the list which has Perfect Giddimani aka Mr. Perfect, and European reggae dancehall star Skarra Mucci, comes “I will try again” a mellow lovers rock type of reggae with deep emotions.
Although its not the first to hit popularity on the itunes scales, it was quickly highlighted within a few weeks and has kept going strong. Below is a preview of the song posted on youtube.com. Enjoy!!
June/12/2012 – Teacha Dee’s “Sound System” becomes top track on Reggaeville Riddim selection
The world number one reggae portal “reggaeville.com” has released an impressive line up of reggae artistes on its riddim selection titled “Reggaeville Riddim”. This riddim compilation composed by Oneness Records has feature names such as Tarus Riley, Sizzla Kolanji, Etana and more.
Within this mix, comes Teacha Dee with a very catchy social commentary reflecting his “Beat Babylon” theme. This song “Sound System” has been hailed by friends around the world as witty and positive. With lyrics stating ” The only Good System is a sound System” no wonder it has risen suddenly to the top of his best selling songs with a title that was once a popular slang worn on T-shirts years before now.
July/11/2011 – Symbiz Sound and Teacha Dee beats Babylon with Drum and Bass music
During the summer of 2011 when the pouring rains hid the sun from view, the light was still shining on a new idea crafted by the talented minds of Symbiz Sound and Teacha Dee. Within less than an hour they created two drum and bass remixes that went viral on soundcloud.com and also received honors from fellow bloggers and radio station in and around Europe.
This leading track titled “Beat Babylon” which was also a title track from Teacha Dee’s debut album “Reggae Souljahs: Beating Babylon with Music” was severely cut and wit-fully recreated into a crowd favorite within the Drum and Bass circles as close as America and as far away as Russia. The second track dubbed “Ev’rywhere” was also as magnetic as the first but the edgy lyrics of the first recreation proved a bit more addictive than the latter.
Within a few weeks “Beat Babylon” the drum and bass version maxed out at more than 1000 downloads and its play count climbing over 17,000 plays on soundcloud.com.
View the session with Symbiz and Teacha Dee Here on Youtube.com
Beat Babylon (feat Teacha Dee)
EV`RYWHERE (feat Teacha Dee)
July/10/2011 – Teacha Dee’s “Exclusive Girl” loved by all
Just twenty four hours after Valentines Day, Jamaican independent artiste Teacha Dee releases his first single for the year entitled “Exclusive Girl“. This song was immediately endorsed by the top European based reggae online magazine Reggaeville and was instantly blasted to thousands of readers worldwide.
This track which was recorded on a cover of the famous “Party Time Riddim” was uploaded to the increasingly popular music hub soundcloud.com and was shared for a free downloads worldwide. Over 37,00 fans on Myspace.com and Facebook.com combined got the opportunity to listen this exclusive track and all indications suggest that this lovers rock song will make a significant ripple in the reggae scene.