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Tuff Gong Studio, Saint Andrew

Tuff Gong International’s Making of the Music Tour is an engaging behind the scenes look at the record-making process from rehearsal to album. My Bob Marley Museum… 1,177 more words


The Rude Bwoy Vs The Road Man; evolution of Black Subculture #MansNotHot

With the popularity of the ‘mans not hot’ comedian, Michael Dapaah, I had to write sumn quick on the Road Man sub-culture, it’s origins and influences. 380 more words


Reggae Without Lyrics

“One good thing about music is when it hits you feel no pain”

Reggae is…. Indescribable. It is a musical language born from a people who had no voice, people who were the downtrodden of society and cast aside.

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How it all started 

Yesterday morning while I was at work I was listening to Morgan Heritage’s new album. (Avrakedabra) As I was sitting there listening to one of my favorites songs on the album, (Golden) I started to think about when I first fell in love with Reggae music and the Jamaican culture. 313 more words


What happened Last Friday...? #Fridays.ATD

With a Moet and Chandon Laced atmosphere, electrifying music, reasonably priced drinks and bottle options flowing at a satisfying pace, it is safe to say that Fridays At Devon House is the new hotspot that one must attend to properly usher in the weekend. 118 more words

Jamaican Patois (Pronounced: Pat-wa)

Perhaps you heard Jamaicans talking and you just absolutely fell in love with the language. You probably didn’t understand a word they were saying, but the accent made it seem interesting. 799 more words

Kingston: Creative City Not?

Kingston on the Edge (KOTE), an urban art festival held every June, will not celebrate its tenth anniversary this year due mainly to dwindling support from corporate Jamaica. 828 more words