Reggae music is a dominating genre the world over. Hailing from Jamaica and with the help of acts including Bob Marley, it touched and inspired all walks of life to the point its byproducts were not limited to coming from the island itself. One of the Jamaica acts to witness its global reach and effects is singer Richie Stephens. Here on Onstage he spoke about his recent tour which was a tremendous success, his collaborations with artists from Portugal to Germany including Gentleman, how Jamaica is missing out on all this attention, how local acts can benefit overseas and many more topics. Reggae is a very strong genre and the Jamaican culture broke every barrier possible. If only “Brand Jamaica” made it possible for the locals to benefit as well. What do you think of the Interview? Check out the videos below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
In celebration of Protoje’s birthday, he teamed up with Yaadcore to release his “Music From My Heart” mixtape. Featuring 27 tracks which are a combination of music from his “8 Year Affair” along with exclusive tracks, this promises to be a great fix for the Protoje fan and a great start for the new listener. Features on this mixtape include Chronixx, Jah9, Kabaka Pyramid, and the legendary Sizzla. Today also marks the beginning of their summer tour in the United States and Europe so if you’re in those areas get yourself informed on where you can see him perform. Check out the mixtape below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Off the heels of the news that Busy Signal parted ways with his manager Shane Brown, Winford Williams managed to get the artist on the Onstage set. Here Busy gave details and reasons why he made the split with Shane Brown, his Turf Music label, past and current events and future projects. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Hey peeps, what’s up? Today’s post features popular Reggae artiste Protoje. Fresh off his European tour, Winford Williams of OnStage TV interviewed him about his fast rise as one of the top acts in Jamaica. Protoje also spoke on his experiences on tour, upcoming projects, and the demand for more support of Reggae music locally and Internationally. The video for “A Who Dem A Program” off his upcoming 8 Year Affair album was also previewed. Good Interview, check it out and speak your mind in the comments section.