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Tag Archives: I Octane
Sumfest is billed as ‘The World’s Greatest Reggae Show’ and after 21 years of delivering top quality concerts, it’s pretty hard to argue with that description. The event (we’d call it a festival back in Britain), which is held annually … Continue reading
Bashment Vibes would like to wish veteran dancehall rapper Ninjaman a speedy recovery following his involvement in a car accident last month. The legendary MC, who recently penned a deal with Jamaica-based music label Downsound Records, crashed his car in … Continue reading
In his latest single, Gal a Gimmi Bun , I Octane turns his focus to the subject of infidelity, a popular topic in dancehall culture and one that is particularly relevant following Mr Vegas’ much publicised meltdown a few months … Continue reading
The video for one of this year’s most hyped releases, Wayne Marshall’s Go Hard, which showcases seven of the scene’s most talented lyricists, dropped earlier this week.
Been in Jamaica for the past five weeks and surprised to find that underground British music is more popular now than at any time since the early 1990s.
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