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International recording artiste Beenie Man clearly believes that the dancehall industry cannot sit idly while the new generation of deejays flounder in Vybz Kartel's wake and incredible output. It is…Continue
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Dancehall star Vybz Kartel releases the official music video for "Dancehall". The song is off his new album Viking [Vybz Is King] . Album in stores now…Continue
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Is Dancehall At A Dead End ? I-Octane, Bugle And Mr. G Response ( check out video inside ).…Continue
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Language and the body play crucial roles in redefining and reclaiming female sexuality in the dancehall world
In the late aughts, a party trend emerged in street dances in Jamaica that followed a “uniform party” theme in which attendees—mostly between the ages of 17 and 25—would arrive in…Continue
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RDX speaks on veteran Reggae artists hating on Dancehall artists , Dancehall getting bigger than Reggae, New album coming soon +…Continue
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In their brand new series, Scene Unseen, Bose have been traveling the world to explore a bunch of music scenes you probably wouldn't expect to exist. Scenes like Japan's…Continue
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As a young music fan in South Florida, Diplo heard tons of dancehall reggae. "Hip-hop came from dancehall – people don't realize that," says the DJ-producer. "And dancehall still has a huge impact on the…Continue
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Busy Signal & Major Lazer hit song "watch out for this" featured on Dancing With The Stars ( check out full performance video inside )…Continue
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Sound systems belonging to dub reggae pioneers such as King Tubby are part of the Hometown HiFi Exhibition at Sonos Studio in Los Angeles, an installation designed to pay homage to communal listening.
"The sound system is…Continue
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Busy Signal Responds To Vybz Kartel's "Dancehall In Jail" Comment, + Talks About His Song "Bumaye" Featured In Pepsi Ad And New Single With Elephant Man (check…Continue
There is much potential for reggae and dancehall music on the international scene, but it is being stymied by a lack of order among players in the local industry, according to the operators of the Japanese sound system, Mighty Crown.
"There is nothing really substantial anymore. No form of…Continue
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Fashion Designer 'Biggie' speaks on designing for dancehall's biggest stars like Shabba , Beenie Man , Buju Banton , Caribbean fashion week, jeans collection coming soon + more (…Continue
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Barrington Levy hating on Dancehall ? calls Dancehall disposable ( watch full interview inside ) .…Continue
Beenie Man Hits Out On Jamaica Government For Fighting Against Dancehall Music + responds to Mad Cobra calling dancehall boring .…Continue
Glenville Brown has never left the island of Jamaica, where he was born and where he poles bamboo rafts full of tourists down a river for a living. But by his own reckoning, he has made hundreds if not thousands of appearances in New York City and throughout the Jamaican diaspora, simply because he loves to party.
In our second installment we meet Vybz protégé Popcaan and get a glimpse into Jamaican club culture and fashion.…Continue
The trial of embattled dancehall entertainer Vybz Kartel who is accused of the murder of Clive ‘Lizard’ Williams has again been stalled.
The case could not begin in the Home Circuit Court this morning because of insufficient jurors.
The Crown and the…Continue
Crime is on the decrease in the island's deadliest police divisions, but popular culture continues to hamper government's efforts.
Security Minister Peter Bunting reiterated the statement on Thursday, citing at least one dancehall tune as evidence of the social 'dysfunctionality' behind criminality in Jamaica. He made…Continue
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