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Rough, Rugged and Real: Red Fox

If it wasn’t for New York-based dancehall rapper Red Fox, this website would probably have another name; maybe Reggae Vibes or Dancehall Vibes. His 1997 collaboration with Rayvon, Bashment Party, helped establish the term ‘bashment’ as a fashionable adjective for … Continue reading

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Capleton Talks War, Terrorism and Tel-lie-vision

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

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