Tag Archives: Dre Skull

Lyrical and Cultural Diversity: Serocee on His Reggae Roots and Working with Toddla T

British rapper Serocee is a veteran of the underground dancehall and hip hop scenes who first caught our attention back in 2006 with his debut release, Life. The track, which samples the Gaylads’ reggae classic Joy in the Morning , … Continue reading

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Stylo G: Ready to Take on the World

In August, we interviewed Stylo G and predicted that he was on his way to becoming a British dancehall legend. Sure enough, just 10 months later, he released Soundboy and made history by becoming the first British dancehall act to … Continue reading

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Brand Manager Suze Webb Talks EDM and Dancehall Aesthetics

Dancehall DJ and blogger Suze Webb aka The Large may be one of the hardest working women on London’s underground music scene.

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Vybz Kartel’s Kingston Story Makes Top 10 Dancehall Albums List

Producer Dre Skull has joined forces with the guys at Vice media company to release a deluxe edition of his 2011 album with Vybz Kartel, Kingston Story. To celebrate the collaborative re-issue, Caribbean lifestyle magazine Large Up has compiled a … Continue reading

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Saturday 25 August: Dre Skull @ Visions, London E8 4AH

What: Hipsters Don’t Dance World Carnival Party Where: Visions Video Bar, 588 Kingsland Road, Dalston, London E8 4AH

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