Check out these top 10 dancehall music videos released this week of August 17, 2018. 

First up is Busy Signal's "T-Shirt Weather," voicing over the new Dolla Van Riddim that also features his other singles, "Simple BBC Ting," and "Dolla Van." Busy is one of the hardest working dancehall stars in the industry and Bounty Killer can vouch for that. When asked by a fan on Instagram who is the best artist out of the Alliance between Vybz Kartel and Mavado, Killer responded with Busy Signal saying, 

“He sold platinum with Major Lazer, toured the most even when he couldn’t go to America, he had more album sales he mastered recording and live performance. Vybz Kartel is the baddest but Busy is the best he can fit on any platform now Jamaica House, Soca you name it, he is Alliance most rounded and polished artiste.”

New, "House Party," video from Sean Paul's latest single found on DJ Frass', "Road To Success," album.

Nicki Minaj's 4th studio album, "Queen," dropped earlier this month to mixed reviews. Her song, "Ganja Burn," has some definite notes of dancehall beats and caribbean vibes nodding to her Trinidadian heritage. Watch the music video below, if you haven't already, because 9+ million people have already viewed it on YouTube.

Jada Kingdom hailing from Kingston Jamaica is a modern day dancehall artist and an all natural beauty who first rose to fame as a model. Now a bonafide dancehall singer, who has been putting out bangers since the beginning of the year. Sing along to her new song, "Banana," while watching the lyric video here on Kingston To LA. 

A little lovers rock mixed with the slow wine of dancehall music and sprinkled with some rap game and you get tune, "Wine Slow," by Dany Neville featuring Jah Cure. 

Shatta Wale hits us with, "Freestyle Parade."

Although Marlon Asher's new song, "Keep Up," is for sure a soca song, the tune can sure be loved by Caribbean music fans alike. Enjoy and try to keep up and dance the entire length of the music video! It's a great work out! You'll also find mister Asher along with other great dancehall and reggae artist on the new Omojua Riddim, omojua meaning unity and it's out now on iTunes. 

Check out Yanique, the cury diva's new single, "Mineable," where she explains, "I’m not a gold digger, goals haffi set!” The single was produced by Good Good Productions over their Do It Riddim and the music video was directed by HD Genesis Films

New single coming from Tommy Lee Sparta is "Polo," check it out below. 

Ending on a friendly note is Jahmiel's song, "A better Tomorrow." If you work hard everyday and know that its not always going to go your way or be perfect, but keep pushing forward toward a better life and a better tomorrow. Stay strong and keep shining. 

*Featured photo of @busysignal_turf via Instagram.

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