NEW VIDEO: @OnstageTV Interviews @Jah9


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Regarded as one of the leading ladies of the Neo Roots Reggae Movement and the Reggae Revival, Jah 9 has quite a following and has been receiving much success over the years. For the first time she joins Winford Williams on Onstage to speak on her career and more. Here she spoke on her role in the Reggae Revival movement, staying true to herself and persevering, her career so far, her upbringing, joining the Rastafarian faith, and much more. An interesting Interview, Jah 9 really showed how well read she is and I like that about many artists. She also premiered the video for “Avacado“. If you haven’t been aware of her music, now is the best time to get familiar. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: Welcome To @NoiseyMusic Jamaica: Ep. 6: Ras Malekot


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In the 6th and final episode of “Welcome To Noisey Jamaica“, we are introduced to Dub Poet Ras Malekot and host Walshy Fire interacts with him and the Nyabinghi Rastafarians to learn where the Reggae movement started from, its rise and possibilities for the future. Grab a chair, you can learn something here. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @OnStageTV Interviews @AidoniaJOP


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With some changes happening in his life and career, Aidonia had a chat with Winford Williams and more on last night’s episode of Onstage. Here the deejay spoke about his Reggae Sumfest performance, his “Spiritual Awakening“, his fall out with Romeich, working on new music, performing with former foes on stage and encouraging unity. With his new way of thinking due to his “Spiritual Awakening“, let’s see what’s in store for Aidonia and his J.O.P. camp. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @KabakaPyramid x @RealIWayne – Versatile


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Dropping some consciousness today are Kabaka Pyramid and I-Wayne with their new video, “Versatile“. Directed by G’Ovany and shot by Mario Francis in Cassia Park and East Kingston, we see Kabaka and I-Wayne gather with their brothers and speak about the issues in society, artists promoting the wrong things, bigging up Tessanne Chin and her talent, and how we must all be versatile. We also see scenes where a youth steals from a vendor, an old lady needing old for her lamp and of course the rasta flag waving. I liked this song the first time I’ve heard it and I’m glad a video came out for it. What do you think? Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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NEW VIDEO: @ViceNews Presents: Jamaican Bud Business


VNWith all the talks of Jamaica decriminalizing Marijuana, Vice News visited the island to learn the possibilities of this upcoming move. Marijuana has been illegal in Jamaica for many decades although it has been synonymous with the Rastafarian culture and Reggae music. Featuring Interviews from member of Parliament Raymond Pryce, Professor Henry Lowe of Medicanja, Senator Mark Golding, Dr. Dayton Campbell, various farmers and users, they all give their take on the subject and speak on how it could or could not benefit the people and the island. With talks surrounding getting licenses, profits and benefits for the farmer and Tourism, what will the future hold? Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

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OLDIES SUNDAY: @CapletonMusic – Forward Inna Dem Clothes (2001)


Today’s Oldies Sunday selection comes from the Prophet Capleton also known as the “Fire Man“. Titled “Forward Inna Dem Clothes” and produced by Greensleeves in 2001, Capleton deejays about women being more modest in their attire and how they should carry themselves in public. He also deejays that he prefers those women more as he is a Rastafarian with certain morals and principles.

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