Geddo At Orlando Jerk festival
Geddo At Orlando Jerk festival, share your thoughts
Dj Willy Chin Gets Personal
Warren Hoo, better known as Willy Chin, is one of the most dynamic forces in music today. He is as much of an international brand as he is a DJ & Producer. He’s proven himself to be versatile in the music business, consistently bridging the gap between Caribbean music and other genres around the world. What are […]
Jamaican legend saxophonist Dean Fraser
Jamaican saxophonist who has contributed to hundreds of reggae recordings
1St Klase shares his experiences
Klase Gonzales, professionally known as 1st Klase (also known as 1st Klase Ravers and Trapikal Gawd, is a platinum-selling, Billboard charting producer and the CEO of 1st Klase Records, based in Trinidad and Tobago. What are you a fan? Like, comment and share we want to hear from you!
Reggae sensation Prophet Benjamin’s interview
Prophet Benjamin (born Devon Samuel, c.1978) is a reggae singer. He was born in the rural village of Newlands in Point Fortin Trinidad, West Indies. “Pretty Boy”, his maiden recording, was number one in Trinidad’s Genesis Countdown for 5 weeks. What are your thoughts? Like, comment and share we want to hear from you!
Jamaican Singer gospel singer Omari
We interviewed Jamaican Gospel Singer Omari. Familiar to Reggae fans from his recent hits “Help!” and “Why,” Omari is creating waves in the music industry with the message of hope.
Season One: Caribbean Influencers
Jepther McClymont OD was born 20 October 1964 and is better known as Luciano, is a Jamaican second-generation roots reggae artist. He was awarded the Order of Distinction in the rank of Officer on 15 October 2007, in recognition of his contribution to reggae music. His album, Zion Awake was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album in 2016. What are your thoughts? Like, comment and share we want […]
Diana King At Palm Beach Jerk fest
Jamaican singer-songwriter who performs a mixture and fusion of reggae
Frankie Paul interview at Orlando jerk Festival
Frankie Paul, was a Jamaican dancehall reggae artist dubbed by some 'The Jamaican Stevie Wonder'.