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Monthly Archives: September 2012
Did you know legendary dancehall MC Super Cat was influential in helping to launch the careers of Mary J Blige, Puff Daddy and Notorious BIG?
Great news for the ‘Gully God’ Mavado this week. Apparently, the singjay has been granted a Green Card which makes it easier for him to travel to, from and around the US.
September 2012 marks exactly 10 years since British dancehall and UK garage star Tubby T reached number 47 in the UK charts with Tales of the Hood.
UK X Factor 2012 contestant Starboy Nathan may be best known for r&b hits such as Come into My Room and Diamonds. However, few people know that underneath his smooth, soul-boy exterior there’s a talented reggae singer struggling to break … Continue reading
What: Mudd Up bashment party Where: Shackwell Arms, 71 Shackwell Lane, Dalston, London E8 2EB
Over the past two decades Capleton has established a reputation as one of the music industry’s most militant MCs. His evangelical brand of Rasta-inspired dancehall may not be to everyone’s liking, but he undoubtedly remains one of the genre’s popular … Continue reading
Below is our list of the 10 most gothic dancehall songs. Enjoy, but avoid reading this after midnight, especially if you are easily frightened or live alone…
Vybz Kartel’s young protégé, Tommy Lee Sparta, is best described as dancehall’s answer to Marilyn Manson. With only a handful of singles to his credit, Lee’s blasphemous music has elevated him to the forefront of Jamaica’s dancehall scene over the … Continue reading