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Lady Saw: Proving her way reigns supreme…

Queen of dancehall and Mama Saw are two of numerous titles accredited to Marion Hall, best known as Lady Saw. Her influence and impact...

Model turned singer Jasmia Robinson

One of the best-looking and hardest-working models to come out of the UK has now boldly decided to take her career to a whole...

Wretch 32: The anomaly realises his potential

As I was sitting writing the interview out, Matrix Revolutions was on the tv in the background and I suddenly realised what the deal...

Presenting Meshell Ndegeocello

Meshell Ndegeocello is one of the world’s greatest female bass players. Her name is pronounced Mee-shell N-deh-gay-o-chel-o or also known as Meshell Suhaila Bashir-Shakur,...

Gyptian “Hold You”

Gyptian is currently at the forefront of Reggae music and his album is out now. He gained popularity amongst Reggae fans with his previous...

Dizzee Rascal blasts ‘grime’ tag

Dizzee Rascal doesn't understand why he was called a "grime" artist.The 'Bonkers' hitmaker insists the genre doesn't exist and he has many diverse influences...

Serani’s new joint Searching

What do you think of Serani's new video and song Searching?

Nas & Damien Marley As We Enter video

Its a shame that the ash cloud mess stopped Nas and Damien Marley's concert happening. I was really excited to see them perform live....

Mark Hardy

Born in Trinidad and Tobago, singer, songwriter and producer Mark Hardy is an up and coming Dancehall artist who is all about keeping his...

All-star line up of reggae and soca stars produce tribute song...

Its not just Simon Cowell getting the pop/rnb elite to make a record to raise money for Haiti. Top reggae/soca artists Shaggy, Sean Paul,...

Men of Vision: Mr Hudson: Oh So Fly

The Golden Age of Hollywood glamour and style sometimes seems like a fairy tale in a far away land. Here Mr Hudson, D Boy,...

Trenton & Free Radical

With 2009 coming to a close there will be plenty of articles on artists that you should watch out for. Some of those artists...

Demarco Love Come Down video

This one is a hot paty tune!! After the US Hit "Fallen Soldier", his collaborations with Lil Wayne, Busta Rhymes, Jim Jones .. DEMARCO...

Queen Ifrica: making music with substance

She really is much more than just another reggae artist, and her music does more than simply produce sound waves through your speakers. It...

MPHO joins ILuvLive birthday celebrations

MPHO is the latest star to join the line up for the ILuvLive 5th birthday bash at Sound.Launched in London in June 2004, ILuvLive...

The man with the Midas touch

Mr. Midas is all set to cause a heat wave on the dance floor this summer with his self-titled track, Midas.The 26-year-old, south...

Mavado “So Special” Tour 2009

MAVADO " SO SPECIAL " TOUR 2009 begins in May10/05: LONDON / UK / Stratford Rex 11/05: TOULOUSE / FRANCE / Le Ramier 12/05: PARIS /...

Reggae legend Sizzla kalonji

Born Miguel Collins and raised in the ghetto community of August Town, St Mary, Jamaica to Rastafarian parents, the now 33-year-old man better known...

Gyptian – Back with I can feel your Pain

Following Gyptian’s almost instant success with hit tracks including Serious Times and Beautiful Lady, the reggae star is set to surpass the high standards...

Morgan Heritage – Mission in progress

One of the biggest reggae acts in the world are back with their new album Mission In Progress. MC Mojo explains…With an amazing legacy...

Tarrus Riley – She’s Royal

Following She’s Royal, his number one Jamaican single, Tarrus takes on the UKWhile in London recording for his new album, Tarrus Riley took time...

Etana – The strength of a woman

Singer-songwriter Etana is the new face on the reggae music scene. The 24-year-old’s style is a mixture of African and reggae rhythms with a...

Young & Ambitious – YolanDa Brown Q&A

Not many people can claim to have ‘found their voice’ through a saxophone, but for YolanDa Brown every note she plays is a reflection...

Taj Weekes – Interview

If someone says ‘reggae’ you may respond with ‘Jamaica’, ‘Gyptian’ or you might get up and show off the latest dance craze from a...

Dancehall Moves

‘Worldwide people love our dancing because we create or our things, we don’tfollow style, we create style’, says DJ/singer Sacha in the dance-u-mentary It’s All...

Assassin – Gully Sit’n

I am on the telephone with the calm and collected dancehall heavyweight Jeffery Campbell, better known to most as Assassin. He is chilling in...

Wayne Wonder – Putting his heart and soul into the music

Since his break in 2003, this reggae prince has taken the music to new heights. With his seductive lyrics and honey laced vocals he...

Richie Spice

The rise and rise of reggae music within the last few years on a larger scale can only be a positive thing. Its conscious...