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Who deserves the Grammy Reggae Album of the Year? Looking back, the year 2017 was a good year for Jamaican music, especially Reggae. The Chronology and Stony Hill albums were the two major albums of the year, the former written and co-produced by young reggae superstar Jamar ‘Chronixx’ McNaughton and the latter written by reggae…
Why Spice is winning in Dancehall With killer vocals, crazy dances and talented dancers, Team Spice had an extremely successful 2017. However, Spice has been progressively successful throughout the years, and must be commended for her work ethic.
Is it really a ‘Your View’ award show? With the rebranding of the YVAs from the Youth View Awards to the Your View Awards, we expect a top notch award show. Right?
Top 5 2017 Occurrences In Dancehall The year in Jamaican music has been rather eventful, as usual. From a myriad of success stories to inevitable controversies, this year in Jamaican music was rather eventful to say the least. Here’s our top 5 moments that made 2017 a year we’ll forever cherish in our memories.
Kojo Rigault – Loved Up Loved Up is the debut single from Kojo Rigault, the reggae pop singer and songwriter from Trinidad residing in West London.
Selah Marley wows with debut single ‘Breathe’ “Essentially, that song for me is me standing up for myself–or more standing up to myself,” she said. “Because it’s clear I’m talking about some guy, some love interest that I’m not dealing with anymore, that I’m over it.”
Ce’Cile gets sultry on ‘Never Been Loved’ with Max Stone Never Been Loved is the new single by the uniquely talented performer and songwriter Max Stone, who you might recognise as the X-Factor finalist who was determined to only perform the music he loved. He covered Bob Marley’s No Woman No Cry and Turn Your Lights…