Over the past week, love was celebrated as couples around the world celebrated the Babylon holiday - Valentine's Day. Many dancehall artists took the celebration as an opportunity to release new music videos dedicated to true love, sex, wining, and more. Here are some of those videos released this week:
Beenie Man and Christopher Martin linked up for the first time on the track "Me & You" featured on Beenie Man's record Unstoppable, which was released in September of last year. The music video dropped just in time to help you express that feeling; when no one can compare to that special someone in your life. The one that has always stood by your side, through the good, the bad and the ugly. Feel the vibes below.
A duo who were made for each other are Jamaican recording artists Shaggy and OMI, from the global hit, "Cheerleader." The two partnered up again on the song "Seasons," that was written and produced by Constantin "Costi" Ionita. Shaggy has been working hard on his upcoming thirteenth studio album which is set to be released later this year.
The trending Afrobeat single, "React," was released in 2016, written by dancehall artist Konshens and produced by one of Switzerland's resident deejays, Dj Mathematic. Thankfully, they followed up with a video that debuted this week.
Spice always keeps it hot and now we can see how hot and spicy she likes it in the bedroom. Her music video, produced by Cashflow Records titled "Fifty Shadez," is an obvious spin off of the infamous Fifty Shades Of Grey books and films. The music video is explicit and red hot, hot, hot!
Dancehall sensation and "Party Animal" singer, Charly Black, dropped the official new music video for his NotNice Records single, "Fuck Sweet," featuring a plethora of whining vixens.
Finally, Vybz Kartel was gearing up to release his music video for "I've Been In Love With You" on Valentine's Day, but there were a few hiccups in dropping the video. However, the music video will be debuting this weekend and in the meantime, entice your senses with the trailer below.