Deezy went from cleaning tables to topping the German Rap Charts. Check out our exclusive interview.

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Jase Dillan - 'Venom'
Sunday, October 11, 2015
Boston based rock singer-songwriter Jase Dillan has been making waves on the International music scene receiving radio airplay in over thirty countries. Her latest offering ‘Lovers + Thieves’ is a captivating six track debut EP. Brutally honest lyrics and endearing vocals draw you in from the get-go with Dillan taking the listener on a personal journey of heartache and strength. One dominant message is echoed throughout the record “Lovers and thieves, they both steal your heart, Lovers and thieves, they tear you apart”.

The singer has experienced her fair share of pain yet instead of drowning her sorrows, bares her soul and pours her energy into her music. She picks up the pieces of her past with vigour and all six tracks reflect the good, the bad and everything in between. The balance of delicate, lofty notes followed by powerful, husky tones portray a brave battle with what life has thrown at her. Everyone can identify with at least one if not all of the songs in some way or another and you can’t help but admire Dillan’s honesty and vulnerability. This is a well-structured EP with lyrics, vocals and music fusing together with ease and an artist who is true to themselves. With a combination like this, it certainly looks as though Jase Dillan is on the brink of a successful musical career. Jase will be back in the studio this coming March to record her 2nd Album.

'Venom' and her brand new track 'Predator/Prey' have been added to the Jamsterdam rotation. Jase can be heard during The New Music Show. 'Predator/Prey' debuted on the Jamsterdam Top 10 at #8 on October 11th, 2015.

Diego Deville - 'Queen's Couch'
Saturday, October 10, 2015
Diego Deville is a 4 piece rock band formed in Hamilton, Ontario in 2011 by Jason Lambert and Edward Fernandez. Rob Weir joined the band in early 2012 first as a drummer and then moving to bass guitar. The fourth spot in the band was filled by drummer Junior Clarke.

Diego's biggest influences come from the likes of Sublime, Black Crows, Deep Purple and The Doors.

'Queen's Couch' is about venturing out into the unknown and flipping loss on its head, and turning it into something great. The track can be heard during The New Music Show airing daily at 8am and 8pm.

J.I. Retro - 'GoGetIt'
Friday, October 9, 2015
J.I. Retro has been in Columbus working on creating a whole new sound of Hip-Hop production, and just released his first single in over a year. The track is titled GoGetIt and is set to release on the HiddenArt LP next month which features Wiz Khalifa & Issa Gold.

GoGetIt is the 4th song release from the upcoming HiddenArt LP, which was recorded in the summer of 2014. J.I. Retro's says to expect an EP release in January followed up after Hidden Art. GoGetIt is produced by AdoTheGod, Mix/Master by SheSmacksHard.

GoGetIt can be heard during 'Rap By Night' airing nightly from 9-midnight EST

Old House Playground is a three piece contemporary blues/alt-rock band with roots in the songwriting culture of traditional Greek folk music.

The band consists of Tryfon Lazos on guitars and vocals, Andreas Venetantes on drums and percussion, and Jago Furnas on bass and backing vocals.

In 2009, Tryfon and Andreas together with Conor Loughran (ex bass player), moved from Athens to Manchester to experiment with new musical paths and forms of expression.

September 2014 finds the band with a new bass player. Jago Furnas moved from London to Manchester to join the band and his musicality has proved inspiring. Sugar House’s production has also been key in moving forward. Their latest EP, 'The Great Escape' was released on 22nd June 2015, is the result of this ongoing commitment, and strips down the band’s sound. Melodies are more exposed, there is a fluency to the band’s work, old boundaries have been broken, and new forms created. The new songs have been given airplay around the world and received excellent reviews around blogs and online music press.

The band’s new single “21st Century Glory” is to be released on the 16th of November as digital download but can be heard during the New Music Show airing daily at 8am and 8pm on Jamsterdam Radio.

"Basically i'm Mr. Pussyjuice"
Jamsterdam Radio recently took a trip overseas to Prague, Czech Republic. We were able to catch up with German rapper Deezy Freeman. Deezy's track 'PussyJuice' was voted the track of the month on Jamsterdam back in July and recently hit the top 10 German Rap Charts and has been featured on the largest stations in Germany including MTV Germany.

JR: Who are you?

DF: First of all I want to say thanks for having me, my name is Deezy Freeman and i'm from Germany and basically i'm Mr. "Pussyjuice".

"I got like 40 songs ready"
JR: How did you get to know Andy Wullmer, the CEO of SGM Records?

DF: I was on tour in 2010 and I made a little money but after that I was really broke, I spent all my money, didn't do shit. I ended up working in a club as the guy cleaning tables and one day I was cleaning Andy's table, Andy asked me what I do and I told him I rap. He told me about his alcohol drink called "Pussyjuice" and asked me to do a song for it.

JR: What were your doing before hooking up with SGM Records?
DF: I was always on stage, I used to break dance in middle school and started rapping at the age of 12 and wrote my first verse at 14.

JR: Who can you credit for making Deezy who Deezy is today?
DF: First of all its Bow Wow, he was my idol, then Fabulous and now I listen to a lot of Future, Drake, Tory Lanez, Meek Mill, and Kendrick Lamar. I not only listen to rap, i like to listen to deep house, I look for inspiration.

"Drake killed him!"
JR: As you know, recently there was some beef between Drake and Meek Mill. Who won that battle?
DF: Drake for sure, Drake killed him. "Is that a world tour or your girls tour", "You gettin' bodied by a singer nigga." That shit was crazy.

JR: Do you think Meek's tweet to Drake was meant to be a publicity stunt or does he really not like Drake?
DF: I really think Meek likes honest people, people who are real, and when he found out Drake didn't write his own rhymes, he got into his feelings and started tweeting that shit. I don't think it was a good move but he did it and now he has to stand up to it.

JR: Enough about Drake and Meek lets talk about Deezy, whats on the horizon for Deezy Freeman?

DF: I'm dropping a new song featuring Rayven Justice, he's a singer from the Bay area in California, I'm actually flying there to do a little tour for 14 days, he is taking me on tour with him. We're going to shut it down!
JR: Will there be a new album dropping in the near future?
DF: I've got a few singles coming out but i want to see how the people react to it and if they like it then I'ma just drop an album. I got like 40 songs ready.
JR: We at Jamsterdam Radio are super pumped! G'luck on tour! Thanks Deezy!
DF: Thanks for having me Jay.

Oakland rapper G-Eazy drops his newest music video for 'You Got Me'. G-Eazy was featured on Jamsterdam Radio following his performance at Wayhome Festival in Ore-Medonte in July.

Check the full article here.

'You Got Me' debuted in the Jamsterdam Top 10 on July 30th, 2015. Tune in to hear more from G-Eazy on 'Rap By Night' nightly from 9-midnight.

AHI is an undeniable talent whose timeless Indie Soul sound has carried him over 20,000 miles, armed with nothing but an acoustic guitar and a voice described as “gravel on silk”. Along the way, AHI has recorded with leading acoustic sessions Ont’ Sofa (London), Hauskonzerte (Munich), Cardinal Sessions (Koln), Southern Souls (Toronto), SOFAR Sounds (Nashville), Rockstone Sessions (Netherlands) and more.

Here in Canada, AHI’s Indie Soul EP made CBC Radio One’s Top 10 Toronto Records of 2014, alongside stellar releases from Cold Specks and The Wilderness of Manitoba, and continues to see local and nationwide airplay. AHI managed to reach many more when his rendition of ‘No Woman No Cry’ appeared among celebrity covers on the official website and social media networks, earning him thousands of new fans, hundreds of thousands of views, and a personalized note of congratulations from Mrs. Rita Marley herself, all in less than 24 hours – an unparalleled experience for an artist who cites Bob Marley as his greatest musical inspiration. So far, 2015 has seen AHI perform in Nashville, Saskatchewan, the Netherlands and the UK; and his talent has been recognized and awarded by the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) as One To Watch, F.A.C.T.O.R., SOCAN Foundation, and the Canada Council for the Arts. Upon his return to Toronto, AHI will begin a 3-month mentorship program with award-winning songwriter Royal Wood, courtesy of CIMA, SiriusXM Canada and OMDC.

No matter where his journey takes him, AHI’s undeniable gift continues to turn heads and capture hearts.