NEW VIDEO: @NoiseyMusic Jamaica Dancehall Show: Episode 10: @GazaSlimWG


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On today’s episode of Noisey Jamaica Dancehall Show Gaza Slim is the featured artist. We see Codine Williams, Slim and crew situated at a courthouse in Kingston where Vybz Kartel attended a court date. Here Gaza Slim told Codine about her start in the music business, meeting Vybz Kartel, his incarceration, members of the Portmore Empire, her “Addi” tattoo, and other things. They also visited the West Bank community in Portmore and spoke to a few of Kartel’s fans and learned of the impact Kartel has on the community. Even though it’s a Gaza Slim episode, it felt like more of a Vybz Kartel episode. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @NoiseyMusic Jamaica Dancehall Show: Episode 9: @PopcaanMusic (Pt. Few)


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Today’s episode of Noisey Jamaica Dancehall Show features deejay Popcaan for a 2nd time. After Reggae Sumfest in the last episode, Codine Williams visited Popcaan at the Half Moon Hotel to interview him, and Interact with him and his “Unruly Gang“. He spoke about his meeting with Snoop Dogg, his style of music, weed, and few other things. Interesting to see Codine joining Popcaan for a smoke, she’s coughing alot. It’s all about Popcaan, and no other artists. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @NoiseyMusic Jamaica Dancehall Show: Episode 8: Reggae Sumfest


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In today’s episode of Noisey Jamaica Dancehall Show, we see some highlights of Reggae Sumfest 2012. Codine Williams mentions artists that were previously featured in the series including Konshens, Popcaan, I Octane and Spice. We also see some of the fashions, press conferences and performances by Lady Saw, Spice, and Popcaan. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @NoiseyMusic Jamaica Dancehall Show: Episode 7: @KonshensSojah


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Noisey Jamaica is back again with another episode of the “Noisey Jamaica Dancehall Show“. Today host Codine Williams showcases Dancehall star Konshens. Here we see him rehearsing his “Bubble” hit at Alternative Studios for his upcoming Reggae Sumfest performance. Joining him his with entourage en route to Montego Bay, Codine witnessed Konshens interacting his crew and fans, telling her about his start in the music business, his first performance in Japan, how Reggae and Dancehall artists have a very powerful influence and need to utilize it more, and many more topics. Great video, I like that Codine got to travel with Konshens and just be a part of the crew. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @NoiseyMusic Jamaica Dancehall Show: Episode 6: @RealiOctane


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Noisey Music is back with another episode of the “Noisey Jamaica Dancehall Show“. In today’s episode Noisey features Reggae star I-Octane. Here Codine Williams showcased I-Octane rehearsing for his performance at Reggae Sumfest and recording dubs at Buju Banton’s Gargamel Studios. Octane also spoke on his upbringing, his interest in music at a young age, his mission to make his music speak volumes and gain further recognition, and being a good influence. Nice Interview, I like that they featured his “We Love The Vibes” single and dropping a exclusive at the end. I wished this interview was longer though. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @NoiseyMusic Jamaica Dancehall Show: Episode 5: Dancehall Fashion


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Today on Noisey Jamaica Dancehall Show, Dancehall’s Fashion is being showcased. In this episode Codine Williams scouts various clubs and describes the various hairstyles, makeup and clothing trends of the females in the Dancehall. She also takes a trip with her friends to stores to buy different clothing, accessories and gets treated to a new “look” with them. Are any of my female readers up to date with the trends? How were the ladies looking? Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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