Shake Dat Donkey #9 features Alozade, Fahrenheit and Blaxx

The dancehall singer and producer ALOZADE guest stars on this months Shake Dat Donkey Dancehall Mixtape Show on Other guests include the dancehall sensation FAHRENHEIT and reggae producer mogul BLAXXX From BLAXXX RECORDS. Find out about Beenie’s new album, his tour and much more! Don’t miss these exclusive interviews with some of the hottest dancehall dons on the scene today! DJ Trasha grew up in South London surrounded by Reggae music and culture.  Trasha relocated to the Bay Area where he worked at Thrasher Skateboard Magazine as Hip hop / Reggae music editor. Trasha is now located in Los Angeles where he mixes the only Dancehall Mixtape Show on Bigupradio Champion Sound.  In this time he featured Sean Paul, Elephant Man, Buju Banton, Sizzla, Capleton and T.O.K. in the skateboard magazine alongside major Hip hop artists like Lil Jon and Pitpull.  Catch DJ Trasha this and every last Saturday of each month for the SHAKE DAT DONKEY Dancehall Mixtape Show!

The young deejay erupted on the music scene in 1999 with a song called ‘Street Dreams’ done on the Crash rhythm for Byron Murray’s In The Streets Records Label. The song did well on the local charts and signaled the arrival of this gifted deejay in the dancehall arena. Armed with his ‘throaty’ voice, unique toasting and ‘poster-boy’ image, Alozade seized the initiative and took the dancehall by storm, consistently unleashing hits after hit. Prior to that, having desire to make it in the music business as a deejay, the former Ardenne Extension High student voiced his debut single ‘Top Of The Line’ for the Stone Love label. He then did ‘Mr. Mention’, for African Star label and gained much needed recognition for those efforts. It was shortly after, that he linked up with Byron Murray at In The Street Records where he recorded the big hit song ‘Sweet Dreams’.The Song propelled the young deejay into stardom as it became very popular thoughout the dancehall circles. Alozade showed that he was no hit wonder by scoring another hit song In The Street Records,this time with a song titled ‘Under Mi Skunk’. In the year 2000 he teamed up with producer Louis ”Flabba”Malcom and did the monster hit song ‘Bad Man Nuh Pet Nuh Gal’ on the ‘Infectious’hurricane rythm. Find out more:


Born and raised in Kingston, Jamiaca, Farenheit has been performing and recording reggae, soul, r & b, jazz and more around the world for over a decade. His unique blend of styles has been termed Jamaican Soul, and as the premier artiste in the genre he’s caught the attention of many. He can currently be seen on stage and in videos with dancehall superstar Sean Paul, as his back up singer and hype man. Traveling around the world on gigs with Sean has gotten him tons of exposure and has helped him to develop a vast network of musicians and producers to record with. Each time he has recorded something, he has expanded his repetoir and added new styles to his genre-bending creations. His forthcoming album, due out summer of 2006 on Jamaian indy label Mystic Urchin Music (WWW.MYSITCURCHIN.US), is “Port Antonio Virgin”, a follow up to the 1999 release “Fringe to Fore”, a self-produced, avant-guarde project which landed him on the cover of music industry Bible Billboard Magazine. Find out more:


Bigupradio, Inc. ( was founded in 1999 and later incorporated in May 5, 2003 in an effort to make reggae music available to anyone with an Internet connection worldwide. Over the last six years Bigupradio has grown into 7 reggae internet radio stations. Those stations are dancehall, roots, dub, ska, lovers rock, soca and reggaeton. These reggae radio stations broadcast 24 hous a day and can be found on iTunes, Windows Media, Real Player and even on cell phones through the Mobile Broadcast Network. The also site features an online store over 15,000 reggae CDs, vinyl records, VHS/DVD movies, and other reggae related retail merchandise. Tune in anytime and enjoy.
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Posted on September 29, 2006, in Reggae Podcasts. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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