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Konshens Realest Mixtape Part 2Current reggae artist Konshens (b. Greg Spence), who blazed onto the music scene a few years ago with the popular radio hit “Winner,” has released his second official mixtape “The Realest Mixtape Part 2.” Konshens won international acclaim for the single “Good Girl Gone Bad” that was a combination with talented singer/songwriter Tarrus Riley.

His latest hit single, “The Realest Song” on the Better Life Riddim, has been a staple of reggae radio around the world and has a compelling accompanying video (see below). Konshens has also made waves with singles “Hooked on You” with Darrio; “Wine & Climb;” “Pillow Talk;” “Street Life” on the Cranberry Riddim; “Jah Protect I” on the Sea Breeze Riddim;” “All About the Paper;” “How It Feel” on the Politics Riddim; and “Hear Dem Talk.”

The talented artist seems to pick his riddims wisely, and addresses issues that everyone can relate to. He has a very bright future ahead, if he stays true to his creativity.

The Realest Mixtape Part 2  is hosted by New York selector Kevin Crown and can be downloaded for FREE HERE. For more information, visit www.kevincrownmusic.com.

View the video to “The Realest Song”:

[httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVGyuTLMTTA]



About Laura :

Laura Gardner is the Founder and Editor of JahWorks.org, the intelligent online magazine about Caribbean music, travel, and culture. She's been involved in radio programming, concert and festival production, artist publicity, and reggae and Caribbean journalism for many media outlets, including the national Beat Magazine and the German magazine Riddim. She loves to travel (especially to tropical places) and has been listening to reggae since about the time she could walk. | View all posts by Laura

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Laura Gardner is the Founder and Editor of JahWorks.org, the intelligent online magazine about Caribbean music, travel, and culture. She's been involved in radio programming, concert and festival production, artist publicity, and reggae and Caribbean journalism for many media outlets, including the national Beat Magazine and the German magazine Riddim. She loves to travel (especially to tropical places) and has been listening to reggae since about the time she could walk.

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