Up-and-coming reggae artiste Denno will embark on a number of promotional stops in Europe next month.
This will see him performing in France, Paris, Italy, Amsterdam and the UK.
The artiste is obviously quite upbeat about the upcoming jaunt. "This will show the world who Denno is and what I am capable of delivering as an artiste. I am really looking forward to entertaining the people who have been supporting the work that I have been doing," said Denno.
Denno recently released the songs Dem Nuh Real and Think Bout Gal, which features newcomer Melloquence, was recorded as a treat for the ladies. Said Denno, "We realised that the females are being ignored so Melloquence and I decided to team up and give the girls their due."
Among Denno's newest recordings are Nuh Hail fi Dem, Mix up Time, Chatty Chatty and Mama Hungry.
Dandexx hits the charts with Fill my Cup
California-based reggae artist Dandexx is riding a wave of success. His latest single, Fill My Cup, is said to be climbing local charts. The song, which was produced by his younger brother Wayne Brown for his Next generation imprint, is currently in the number 14 position on the chart, after eight weeks.
The artiste has been working on his debut album which is expected to be released later this year.
"I am happy with the progress I am making in the music now and I am looking forward to even greater success. One of the main things I am working on right now is my album. I am putting a lot of work into it because I really want it to be something my fans will love," said Dandexx.
A video for Fill my Cup ,which was shot recently in California, is expected to be released soon.
Singer Raine Seville recently collaborated with dancehall artiste Mavado on the track Cheating Game. The track was produced by Pay Day Music and is featured on the Real Reggae riddim.
Gospel artiste DJ Nicholas is set to release his third solo effort School of Volume. His most recent album Louder than Ever contained the hit single Trouble.
Singer Alaine is heading to Europe in April for a number of shows. Her latest singles include Bye Bye Bye, All or Nothing, Bubbling and Beautiful Sista featuring Tessanne Chin, Tami Chynn and Queen Ifrica.
Adele clocks 16 non-consecutive weeks at the top of the Billboard 200 album chart with 21. It's the first time in 14 years that any album has spent 16 weeks on top. 21 is among five albums to register 16 weeks or more in the top spot. The album moved 104,000 copies over the past week to maintain its lead on the chart.
Reggae band Rebelution debuts at number one on Billboard's Reggae album chart with its third opus Peace of Mind. The album sold 16,225 copies to debut at number 13 on the Billboard 200 album chart.
Rihanna's We Found Love featuring Calvin Harris has now logged 10 non-consecutive weeks in pole position on the Billboard Hot 100. At number two is Set Fire to Rain by Adele while Flo Rida's recent number one UK single Good Feeling hops to number three. David Guetta's Turn Me On featuring Nicki Minaj bolts from 25 to 10, while Kelly Clarkson's Stronger found itself magnetically drawn up from 58 to 21.
R&B singer Deborah Cox is number one on Billboard's Dance Music Club Play chart with her latest single If It Wasn't for Love. It's her tenth number one on that chart.