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- Sean on Top 10 Dark and Scary Dancehall Songs
Monthly Archives: October 2012
Over the past five years, British blogger and journalist Marvin Sparks has earned a reputation interviewing hip-hop and r&b stars, but describes himself as a writer with ‘a passion for music and Jamaican culture’. His blog and Twitter feed (@MarvinSparks) … Continue reading
Below is the second of a three-part report, originally published in New Nation newspaper in 2004, exposing how record companies and so-called ‘collection societies’ deprived reggae artists of millions of pounds in publishing and royalty revenues. Read part one here: … Continue reading
Below is the first of a three-part report, originally published in New Nation newspaper in 2004, exposing how record companies and so-called ‘collection societies’ deprived reggae artists of millions of pounds in publishing and royalty revenues.
Check out the video for Collie Buddz’ latest single, Won’t Be Long, which was released earlier this week.
With a Grammy Award for her collaboration with No Doubt, Underneath It All, and seven studio albums to her credit, Lady Saw is the undisputed queen of dancehall.
We love the latest video from aspiring British reggae singer Randy Valentine, Bring Back the Love; it’s like a breath of fresh air compared to most of the new material we’ve heard over the past month.
Strange but true: UK garage producer and rapper Megaman is the inspiration behind two of Britain’s leading dancehall crews, Suncycle and Warning (pictured, above).
What: Our weekly party with music from the Bashment Vibes sound system Where: The Alibi,91 Kingsland High Street, Dalston, London E8 2PB
Dancehall mix featuring 70 of the most popular songs played on London’s underground club and party circuit in 2012.
For over a decade, Elephant Man aka The Energy God has played a major role in helping to export Jamaican music and culture across the globe.