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Dear readers: as some of you may know, I left London in October 2012 with the intention of travelling to Boscobel, a small fishing village in the historic parish of St Mary on the north coast of Jamaica, to stay with … Continue reading
In 2011, Beenie Man released Sex on the Beach (above), a risqué track with a first verse styled as telephone conversation which concludes with the rapper telling a lonely lady to meet him for fun and drinks at the exclusive … Continue reading
Below is a link to a brief history of Jamaican music featured on the education website Learning Live and used by teachers in the London borough of Hackney to support e-learning.
Below is an article on the future of dancehall music written back in 2003 for a reggae-guide produced by Size? and Puma, and featuring a short interview with Vybz Kartel.
Over the past 12 months, club bangers such as Call Mi A Yardie and Swagga Dem have established Stylo G as the UK’s hottest dancehall artist. Last month, we caught up with the 27-year-old rapper at a studio near his south … Continue reading
Below is a feature on the history and origins of sound system culture published as part of Puma’s marketing campaign for the 2004 Olympics in Athens.