West Indian Day Parade 2017 Over the years since 1980 I have been going to Labor Day parade in New York City They are the one-two punch of the city’s Carnival celebration – the J’Ouvert pre-dawn march through Flatbush, followed by the day-long West Indian American Day Parade on Eastern Parkway.
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2017 Reggae Sumfest, … Dance Party; Retro 90’s Dancehall Block Party; and the Heavyweight Sound Clash
What keeps music fresh is its way of reinventing itself and Cocoa Sarai seems to have found a beautiful balance between the past and the present. Her soulful delivery over today’s club driven style of production has given her a unique sound being referred to as “Pop-soul.” With influences such as Prince, Billie Holliday & […]
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RICHMOND PAST ALUMNI & THE MELVIN RICHARDS LIBARY FUND He Had A Dream Jr Melvin […]
Masicka got his name from the streets of his “Sin City” neighborhood in Portmore St Catherine, where he commonly exhibited his lyrically intricate, melodic flows. His natural talent soon began to build into underground legend, the dee-jay Masicka who was known to many as “sicka than dem”. Under the guidance of One Motion Music, Masicka’s […]
Reggae is noted for its tradition of social criticism in its lyrics, although many reggae songs discuss lighter, more personal subjects, such as love and socializing. Many early reggae bands covered Motown or Atlantic soul and funk songs. Some reggae lyrics attempt to raise the political consciousness of the audience, such as by criticizing materialism, […]