We all have our own variety of Vices, whether it’s gaming, puffing herb, or even binge watching Anime. Today, Acmatic is back from a small hiatus to share their “Vices” Music Video. Featuring King Lopo fresh from dream land, he looks back at the wild night he has had through the means of a Snapchat story. While the group has been known to bond with a few beers and the Wray & Nephew White Rum, they ask today, “What’s Your Vice?“. Share yours in the comments section. Good to see the team back on track, be on the look out for more in 2016! Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Recently, US Rapper/Chef Action Bronson took to a trip to Jamaica. Known for his love of the Jamaican music, food and culture, he filmed an episode of his popular “F**k That’s Delicious” series there. During his time here, he also recorded a few tracks including today’s “Mr. 2 Face“. With guest appearances by fellow Rapper Meyhem Lauren and Reggae Artist Jah Tiger, Bronson and Meyhem traded bars while Jah Tiger breathed new life into an old track (unsure of the date he recorded it). An interesting collaboration from the trio as they mix Hip Hop with some good Reggae and deliver a chill vibe. You can catch Bronson, Meyhem and Jah Tiger in the latest episode of “F*ck That’s Delicious” on Viceland this week. Off Bronson’s upcoming “Blue Chips 7000” Mixtape, check out the track below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
Recently, Rapper/Chef Action Bronson visited Jamaica for the very first time. Known to show his appreciation for the cuisine and culture in his music, Action made various appearances in some parts of the Island including the first NyamJam Food Festival. Here he tried various Jamaican and Jamaica inspired treats and spoke with some of the locals. An Artist who I’ve wanted to visit Jamaica for quite a while, it’s bad that I never got to meet him. Were you at the NyamJam Festival? Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
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.
On this week’s episode of the Walshy Fire hosted “Welcome To Noisey Jamaica“, the crew headed out to Portmore to meet with Producer Notnice who has been responsible for some of Vybz Kartel’s biggest hits, controversial Deejay Alkaline and even Popcaan’s mother. What do they have in common? Many would quickly answer this. Check out the video below and share your thoughts in the comments section.
This week on “Welcome To Noisey Jamaica“, rising artist Jesse Royal is featured. Hosted by Major Lazer’s Walshy Fire, he conversed with Jesse in Mavis Bank, St. Andrew about his music, the “Reggae Revival” movement, the “Royally Speaking” Mixtape, farming, and dropping some knowledge. You can also get the “Royally Speaking” mixtape here! Check it out below and share your thoughts in the comments section.