Shortly after his stunning arrival in New York City, dancehall star Busy Signal sits down for an in-depth reasoning session. In the first part he speaks about how he got his visa and addresses his haters.
In the second chapter of Charly Black’s in-depth interview the artist recalled his days as a selector for Bass Odyssey—and reveals that he wrote the sound’s famous Buju Banton exclusive dubplate. He also reminisces about how Squingy inspired him to become a selector, and shares a never-before-told story about
somewhere off the coast of Jamaica, the King of the Dancehall himself, Moses Davis aka Beenie Man breaks down why he is always himself and why its so important to keep it real
Live from the One Love Reggae Festival one a rainy day in England, we kick it with Jah 9. Learn all about why 2016 is the year of the 9.
After his historic performance at the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, Di Steam Ministah sits down for an exclusive interview. Chronixx talks about being booked on Damian Marley’s 2016 “Welcome to Jamrock Cruise” and goes on to name some of his “Big Brothers” in the reggae music fraternity, mentioning names like Jr. Gong, Mavado, and Vybz Kartel. Chronixx also addresses the controversy surrounding his comments on a recent VICELAND TV show “Noisey Jamaica,” explaining that he overstands the fact that the media is more concerned with clicks and views than with telling a fair and balanced story.
During David Brooks’ show stopping performance on the final night—early morning—of Rebel Salute 2016, he invited a fresh new talent named Jahmiel to run onstage with him and perform the big hit “Gain The World.”
After the show we up with Jahmiel backstage to find out who this youth is and what he’s up to next.
The Palace Pikney performs a wicked rendition of his ganja tune “Finally” live. The Reggae Girl About Town chops it up with the Small Axe.
After a historic and totally “Lit” night which saw Kes the Band premiere new music from his exciting new collaboration with Claude Kelly’s Weirdo Workshop,” Trinidadian recording artist Kes sat down with Reshma B about the state of soca music in 2015 and how he’s expanding his sound while staying true to his roots.