Reggae recording artist Prodi was recently featured in the Italian Issue of The Rolling Stone Magazine. In the feature, ‘Homeward Found’, Rolling Stone gives their views on the parish of Portland. They highlighted the exciting features of Portland and the Geejam Collection.
Founded by Jon Baker alongside Steve Beaver, The Geejam Collection consists of the Geejam Recording Studio. In his quest to ‘reinvent the spirit of the past’ through music, Baker has included Prodi along with his team ‘Yawd Movement’ in the Geejam group of recording artists. Baker’s wife, now recording artist, Nordia ‘Coco’ Witter also works with Prodi. She was quoted by Rolling Stone saying, “there’s so much incredible talent we’re bringing to the table, and together, we’re set to take the music to a higher level”.
In the feature Prodi makes mention of the release of his upcoming album, ‘Kingston City’. He describes his sound as that of the likes of ‘John the Baptist who was the voice of the people”. Prodi shared “Jamaican music is no longer underground. It’s now the world’s music, its spreading like fire.”