December 4, 2013

Stop Shooting. Start Living!

Jamaican dubpoet Richie Innocent takes a lesson in New York on how to end gun violence   “Stop Shooting. Start Living”, is the slogan of the […]
November 8, 2013

Jamaica’s efforts foiled as they bow out of World Cup qualifying

- by Yemi Abiade - Jamaica’s woeful attempt to qualify for the World Cup ended with a 2-2 stalemate against Honduras in the fourth round of […]
November 8, 2013

Straight to the point

Empress Ayeola has released her new album Straight To The Point. A committed Rastafarian, Empress Ayeola’s work is very radical at times, soft and quiet at […]
November 5, 2013

Reggae Chat

November 5, 2013

Reggae Music Again

- by Nadine White - With London clubs, specialised in playing reggae music, being shut down one-by-one and the increased difficulty for some reggae artists to […]
November 5, 2013

Jamaican artists treat London and Birmingham audiences with exceptional stage show

- by Nadine White - The highly anticipated ‘Reggae Salute’ concert took place on Sunday 29th September at the O2 Academy in Brixton (South London) and […]
September 27, 2013

Nesbeth on track to woo the London audience

Reggae singer Nesbeth is scheduled to come to London for the big reggae show on the 29th September at Brixton Academy. It will be the first […]
September 23, 2013

Mula Cake – A fashion label ready for take-off

  Mula Cake, or for the less street savvy, ‘Money Cake’, is the brainchild of Dexter Symms, who started the clothing company in 2010. Fast forward […]
September 21, 2013

RAS BOGLE The man who makes ladies compete for the title ‘Woman of the Year’

Imagine getting up in the morning and finding a note written by your loved one, it reads: “You are the woman of the year”.  With these […]
September 20, 2013

The rest came after: Fimiyaad – pioneer in entertainment photography

A flashlight zooms through the night, searching for the selectors ready for the action, stylish looking women ready to pose and fashionable guys ready to show […]
September 19, 2013

Jah Bouks’ surprising journey

Since ‘Angola’ spiralled to the number one spot in the UK and Jamaican charts, a lot has been happening for Jah Bouks. Despite being in great […]
September 18, 2013

Giants of Lover’s Rock

During the 1970-80s in London, Lovers Rock music provided the soundtrack to the many dynamics of adolescent life from heartbreak and split-ups to infatuation and overwhelming […]