Top Tracks

Track Artist Album
Come Into My Room Mavado Di Genius Presents-Labwork Vol.2
Never Believe You Mavado Never Believe You - Single
Give It All To Me Mavado Give It All To Me
Progress Mavado Progress - Single
Settle Down (Destiny) Mavado Settle Down (Destiny)
Take It (feat. Karian Sang) - Raw Mavado Take It (feat. Karian Sang) - Single
Cruise Pon Di Dick Mavado Mavado & Lady Saw-Cruise Pon Di Stick (Claims Records slash Mansions Records)
Up Like 7 (Remix) Mavado JA's Finest; Self Made
Come Into My Room (raw) Mavado The Hit List Vol. 2
Gang War - Medley Mavado Gang War (Explicit Version)
Do It Again Mavado Set Straight Riddim
25 Mavado 25 - Single
How We Do It Mavado Mad Collab Riddim
Poor People Classic Anthem Mavado Mad Collab Riddim
Cleanliness Mavado Mad Collab Riddim
Straight - (Radio) Mavado Mad Collab Riddim
Straight - (RAW) Mavado Mad Collab Riddim
Dem Alone Mavado Mad Collab Riddim
Money Around Mavado Mad Collab Riddim
Clarks Mavado Mad Collab Riddim
Cheat On Me (Casual Hang Remix) Mavado Cheat On Me Remixes - Single
Cheat On Me (Wondersound Remix) Mavado Cheat On Me Remixes - Single
Blood Moon Mavado Blood Moon - Single
Agony - Raw Mavado Agony - Single
Agony Mavado Agony - Single
Nah Do A Ting Mavado Nah Do A Ting - Single
Cherish My Love Mavado Cherish My Love - Single
My Love Mavado My Love - Single
Gak Thing a No Problem Mavado Pre-Release Riddim
Waist Line Roll Mavado Pre-Release Riddim
Yeh Yeh Yeh Mavado Pre-Release Riddim
My Chargie Them Mavado Pre-Release Riddim
One Man Mavado Pre-Release Riddim
Real Niggaz Do Real Things - Raw Mavado Pre-Release Riddim
Real Niggaz Do Real Things Mavado Pre-Release Riddim
Fake Friend Mavado Pre-Release Riddim
Get a Gal Mavado Pre-Release Riddim
Nuh Outlaw Mavado Pre-Release Riddim
Hold & Stay - Raw Mavado Pre-Release Riddim
Hold & Stay Mavado Pre-Release Riddim
Let's Party Mavado Pre-Release Riddim
Pre-Release Riddim Instrumental Mavado Pre-Release Riddim
Caribbean Girls - Raw Mavado Double Overtime Riddim - Starting Line Up
Caribbean Girls Mavado Double Overtime Riddim - Starting Line Up
Na Na Na Mavado Double Overtime Riddim - Starting Line Up
We Nice Mavado Double Overtime Riddim - Starting Line Up
Clean Heart Mavado Double Overtime Riddim - Starting Line Up
Overtime - Raw Mavado Double Overtime Riddim - Starting Line Up

Showbiz Riddim
2013-03-15
Bar Bounce Riddim
2013-01-07
Pre-Release Riddim
2012-08-24
Groove Riddim
2012-01-27
Fly Again Riddim
2011-07-18
Summer Fling Riddim
2011-07-08
Sex Appeal Riddim
2010-08-10
Mad Collab Riddim
2010-06-01
Set the Trend
2016-05-27
Progress - Single
2016-04-15
Big League - Single
2016-03-04
Shadow - Single
2015-11-27
Blood Moon - Single
2015-10-14
My League
2015-06-22
My Love
2015-06-22
My Love - Single
2015-07-17
Keep It Blazing
2015-04-06
Ben Ova - Single
2014-08-05
Jump Out - Single
2014-07-08
Everything
2014-06-03
No Friend - Single
2014-04-29
My Own - Single
2014-03-11
Tie Yuh - Single
2014-03-11
Herbs - Single
2014-02-18
Murder
2014-02-04
Only Gyal - Single
2013-12-10
Carpet - Single
2013-11-26
Step - Single
2013-11-12
Life of the Gully
2013-09-10
Being Me
2013-07-13
Bruk Out - Single
2013-06-18
X Rated - Single
2013-05-17
Movie Star - Single
2013-03-19
Agony - Single
2013-02-05
Million Dollar Man
2013-01-22
Mr. Tek Weh Yuh Gal
2013-01-22
25 - Single
2012-08-07
Do Road
2012-01-20

''David Constantine Brooks''' (born November 30, 1981), better known by his stage name '''Mavado''', is a Jamaican musician, actor, DJ and music producer. Brooks was raised in an area known as "Cuban", a micro ghetto within the heart of Kingston, Jamaica's Cassava Piece community. His grandmother gave him his first musical experience at a young age, bringing him to church to sing. He also cites the music of Bounty Killer as an early influence. The boyhood idol became his mentor when at the age of 15, Bounty took him under his wing to show him the ropes of the music industry. He decided to name himself "Mavado" after the Swiss watch company Movado, altering the spelling. His debut single, "Real McKoy" on the Anger Management riddim in 2004, provided him instant success.He further established himself with the follow-up record “Weh Dem a Do”, on the Red Bull & Guinness riddim. After a string of hits in 2005 and 2006, Mavado released the album ''Gangsta for Life: The Symphony of David Brooks'' July 10, 2007 on VP Records. "Weh Dem A Do" and "Dying", two singles from the album, were featured heavily on R&B/hip-hop radio in New York. That same year brought Mavado off-stage controversy, as he was arrested and booked by Jamaican police on what was later revealed to be gun charges. While in police custody, the singer claims he was thrown into a glass window, losing three fingers in the process, which were reattached at a local hospital. Police claimed Mavado escaped from custody while at the hospital. The incident caused him to be refused entry into the United States a short time later. He was again arrested and charged with shooting with intent and illegal possession of firearm in relation to an event occurring July 27, 2007. He was later freed of all charges. In March 2008, Mavado was featured performing a rendition of his song "Real McKoy" for Grand Theft Auto IV] Trailer #4 "Everyone's a Rat". "Real McKoy", along with "Last Night" (both from the album ''Gangsta for Life''), were also featured in the game on the radio station "Massive B Radio". In November 2009, Mavado lost out to Sean Paul for the Best Reggae Artist award at Soul Train Music Awards. He won the 2010 EME award for Male Singjay of the Year. In 2008 Mavado was given the prestigious UK MOBO Award for Best Reggae Act. In April 2010, Mavado starred as a gangster in Drake's song Find Your Love for Drake's album Thank Me Later Mavado formed his own label, Mansion Records, in 2011, debuting with the single "Delilah". Along with Bounty Killer, he has cited 2Pac as a childhood idol, comparing the late rapper's life to his own. In 2011, Mavado recorded with U.K. Grime artist Chipmunk on the track "Every Gyal" On 1 September 2011, Mavado appeared on the Angie Martinez show on New York's Hot 97 radio station to announce that he had signed a deal with DJ Khaled's record label We the Best Music Group. Mavado released two singles "Emergency" featuring Ace Hood and "Survivor" featuring Akon on We the Best Music Group. Mavado has confirmed the first song on his next album. It is called "For Jamaica, for the world" part 2 Featuring DJ Khaled, Rick Ross and Birdman. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.