Free Popcaan Wallpapers


We’ve released free Popcaan wallpapers for your desktop and phone, available now via the Mixpak store. Compatible with PC / Mac / Android and iPhone, and in a variety of screen sizes. Now you can have the Unruly Boss in your life everyday. Get them for free here.

Watch: Palmistry – Protector SE5 Video

The video for Palmistry’s second Mixpak single, ‘Protector SE5′, was aired by Dazed this morning. Directed by Palmistry himself, it follows on from the beautiful aesthetics of his first single, ‘Catch’.

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Palmistry – Protector SE5 Out Now

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“Protector SE5” is the second Mixpak single from South London’s Palmistry, following up his 2013 debut “Catch.”

He began producing in 2011, with London-Cantonese MC Vinh Ngan aka “Triad God,” releasing a full length collaboration on Hippos in Tanks in 2012. His outsider’s take on dancehall and singular artistic vision has been turning heads and “Protector SE5” shows his continuing growth.

Fitting nicely into the Mixpak catalogue, Palmistry embodies signals from the flexible and synthetic fabrics of dancehall riddims and melodies.

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Stream: Palmistry – Protector SE5

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Palmistry’s second single for Mixpak, ‘Protector SE5′, is out on July 15th! The follow up to ‘Catch’, you can stream the full audio below via Complex. Watch out for the video dropping soon and hit the pre-order here.

‘Protector SE5′ has already made the Rinse A-list, and he will be performing at several European locations this summer – check his dates here.

Popcaan Press Round-Up


Thank you to everyone supporting the Popcaan album and pushing it up the iTunes charts! If you are in Jamaica, be sure to check his party next week at Tracks & Records. Here is a quick round-up of all the great things happening. #WWCF

Myspace: ‘Popcaan has found a way to address universal issues of sufferation that resonate all the way from Kingston to Kuala Lumpur’

V Magazine: ‘the body of work not only proves lyrical prowess and a razor-sharp ear for infectious melodies, it subtly reveals the exceptional vibrancy of Poppy’s worldview’

iD Magazine: ‘The new album shows off his sense of humour, his wicked way with words and his ability to put out a sex-laden party track (singing “Ya pussy pretty like the building dem a Canada” in Love Yuh Bad), but there’s a core of socially conscious anthems here that also establish him as a sensitive and smart singjay for the ghetto, most especially its youth’

Rinse choose it as their track of the week

Complex: a powerful piece of work

The Guardian: the one album you should listen to this week

Mass Appeal hang out with Popcaan for a photo essay

Cover story in Germany’s Riddim Magazine

Review froms Reggaeville & United Reggae

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Dubbel Dutch Fader Mixtape

Dubbel Dutch Fader Mixtape

Following on from Popcaan’s Fader cover story, Dubbel Dutch was tapped for a brand new mixtape and interview.

For this mix I dipped into my recent archives and featured some lesser known cuts (many by female dancehall deejays), a bunch of my own unreleased remixes ranging from pop to R&B records, and I also included the first track that I produced for Popcaan that finally came out today along with his debut album. There’s also a track from UK artist Murlo featuring Gemma Dunleavy (a vocalist he’s been collaborating with) and a new pop dancehall thing from Palmistry. The general vibe of the mix is uplifting, innocent, and ethereal. This will sound cliche, but it’s a complete soundtrack for falling in love in the summertime.

It also features a brand new track from Palmistry, coming soon on Mixpak.

Read the full interview here.