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Elly Ess Elly Ess (Lester Hoosong) dancehall reggae/ hip-hop artist is hitting the scene with a unique blend of dancehall reggae, hip hop and R&B. “More Money” is his first single along side brother/ artist/ producer, Supah Shane and will be featured on their upcoming EP, “United We Stand”. “More Money” is now available for purchase on iTunes, Rhapsody, Amazon, Zune and the ringtone can be purchased through all major cell phone carriers. In addition, the “More Money” video is in heavy rotation on RETV and HYPE TV in Jamaica. Elly Ess has been able to establish himself as a reggae artist with mass appeal. His remake of the 1987 international hit, “Bad Boys” features dancehall superstar, Vybz Kartel and hip hop artist, Jim Jones. Elly Ess was born with hip-hop in New York City and raised in Clarendon, Jamaica where reggae music influences the world. One night as a young boy in Jamaica a cheering crowd and music coming from his father’s bar awakened him. When he snuck into the crowded establishment and peeked around the corner he witnessed a local artist performing for an eager audience. At that moment Elly Ess realized his dream to become an artist and performer. When he moved to Newark, NJ as a young adult he knew his dreams could become a reality and has been pursuing it ever since. His music reflects his life, love of music and passion to perform. Elly Ess writes about his experiences, expresses them from his heart and strives to be the best at everything he does. A quote that reflects Elly Ess’s musical objectives and drive comes from one of his songs, “Jah Jah, forgive me for the things I’ve done. Father forgive me; please forgive your son.” Along with his brother/ producer, Supah Shane, this dynamic duo has accomplishments including the “onward riddim” which features reggae artists, Capleton and Richie Spice. The “gangsta gangsta riddim” featuring dancehall artists, Mavado, Vybz Kartel, Aidonia, Munga, Bling Dawg, and more. With the release of the “Bad Boys” remake featuring Vybz Kartel and hip-hop artist Jim Jones, Elly Ess and Rock Star Entertainment & Music has made a defined step into the hip-hop arena. Elly Ess can be found on various social networks; including,, facebook, and others.

Supah Shane A triple threat to the dancehall scene, Supah Shane (Shane Hoosong), isn’t holding back. Producer, writer, and now recording artist; Supah Shane has arrived and definitely has staying power. “More Money” is his first single alongside brother/artist Elly Ess and will be featured on their upcoming EP “United We Stand.” "More Money" is now available for purchase on iTunes, Rhapsody, Amazon, Zune and the ringtone can be purchased through all major cell phone carriers. In addition, the “More Money” video is in heavy rotation on RETV and HYPE TV in Jamaica. Supah Shane currently produces, writes music, and resides in Newark, NJ. He was born in Brooklyn, NY and raised in Clarendon, Jamaica where as a kid became interested in music by playing the trumpet in his school band. As a teenager, Supah Shane watched his older brother, Elly Ess begin pursuing music and immediately became interested. He started making beats at the age of 15 with a keyboard and of course a dream to be successful in the music industry. Today, Supah Shane has moved from what he considered just making beats to being a producer. Shane has accomplished the task of working with some of the most well recognized and respected artists in the industry. His repertoire includes Capelton, Sizzla Kalonji, Vybz Kartel, Mavado, Elephant Man, Aidonia, Munga, Luciano, Terry Ganzie, Bling Dawg, Mr. Easy, Reggaton artists Dela Ghetto, and hip hop artist Jim Jones. Producing and recording some of the biggest artists in reggae music was a steppingstone for this energized talent. Finishing his first single and nearly completing his first EP is the first major mountain that Supah Shane is climbing to get to the top. Supah Shane can be found on various social networks; including,, facebook, and others.

ELLY ESS AND SUPAH SHANE ROCK S.O.B'S  NEW YORK, NEW YORK (August 12, 2009): On Monday, August 10, 2009, reggae artists Elly Ess and Supah Shane celebrated the release of their hit track "More Money" at S.O.B's. The first single from their  EP  United  We  Stand,  "More  Money"  is  a  street  anthem  that  talks  about  the  goal  of  society during the current economic downturn.     The single release, which was hosted by JAMROCK Magazine, brought out  media  outlets  who  were  interested  to  see  what  the  buzz, surrounding  Elly  Ess  and  Supah  Shane,  was  about.  The  brothers,  who are  no  strangers  to  the  music  industry,  have  worked  with  an impressive  line‐up  of  artists  which  includes  hip  hop  superstar  Jim Jones,  dancehall  aficionados  Vybz  Kartel,  Mavado,  Capleton,  Richie Spice, Aidonia, Elephant Man, among others. They have also produced chart topping Riddims such as the "Onward Riddim" and the "Gangsta Gangsta Riddim".    At Showtime, the duo blazed the stage and gave the Rock With Squeeze  crowd  a  sampling  of  songs  on  their  EP  that  included the  international  hit  "Bad  Boys",  "Forgive  Me",  "Wah  Dem  A Pre"  and  "Whine  For  Me",  before  lacing  the  crowd  with  the celebrated  single  "More  Money".  Thereafter,  DJ/Radio personality Kevin Crown of Linkup Radio on WVIP 93.5FM who hosted  the  evening's  performances,  offered  the  audience  a sneak peek of what's in store for the budding young talent with an on stage interview.    As a result of a recently signed distribution deal between RHH Music Corp's CEO Rodney Hill, manager for Elly Ess and Supah Shane  and  Dubshot  Records,  a  New  York  based  hybrid  label that  will  handle  the  circulation  of  single  releases,  "More Money"  is  now  available  for  purchase  on  iTunes,  Rhapsody, Amazon and Zune.    For more artist information, visit,, and    Chantal Jackson  Triple 7 Entertainment LLC

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Newark shoo-fly singer sacrifices for success by Reva McEachern Thursday April 09, 2009, 5:43 AM

For every person that wants to break into the music industry, there's a story of when the music bug bit them. Raised between New York City and Clarendon, Jamaica, Elly Ess, born Lester Hoosong, developed a passion for hip-hop and reggae music at an early age. "When I was a young boy in Jamaica, one night I was awakened by the sounds of music and a cheering crowd coming from my fathers bar. When I snuck downstairs and peeked around the corner, I saw a local artist performing for an eager audience. At that moment, I realized my dream was to become a performer," Elly Ess said. When he moved to Newark 20 years ago, he dedicated himself to making his dream a reality. But Newark provided a rude awakening for Elly Ess. "Newark is filled with talent, but most of it is unseen and unheard. I've seen people promoting their music and whether its good or bad, it's dismissed right away," Elly Ess explained. In Jamaica, there's more support for artists who are "deserving" of attention. In Newark, hip-hop artists lack both unity and popular support, according to Elly Ess. Since the artist has resided in Newark, he's often considered giving up music and putting his back plan into action; opening a restaurant. "I've had a few incidents when it got rough. But then it takes a little bit

By "we," Elly Ess means he and his brother, producer Supah Shane. During the past 10 years, Elly Ess and Supah Shane have collaborated with various reggae artists including; Capleton, Richie Spice, Mavado, Vybz Kartel, Aidonia, Munga, Bling Dawg, Marvin Priest and Kaye Styles. Recently, Elly Ess and his promotional team Rock Star Entertainment & Music released a remake of the 1987 classic Bad Boys by Inner Circle made popular by the television program COPS. The track features Vybz Kartel and popular hiphop artist Jim Jones, which Elly Ess hopes will help Elly Ess continue to carve out a niche in the hip-hop arena. Also, his single "Shoo Fly" can currently be heard on popular New York urban radio stations, such as Power 105.1. He contributes his success to being humble, dedicated and marketing-savvy. "We go 100 percent. Me and my brother, we sit down and talk about what we've done and what we want to do. We've seen talented people promote and go halfway with it. They may press up a few CDs and have a few flyers, but that's where we differ. We sacrifice a lot," he said. "Right now, I drive a ,94 truck. I could do the whole flashy pulling-up-with-bigrims thing, but I don't. I sacrifice so I can put back into my career," Elly Ess continued. Elly Ess is also working on an EP collaboration titled, "United We Stand" with his brother due out this spring. And he's shooting the video for the first single off the EP, "Money" at the end of this month.

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