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Interview: CeCile
By Erik Magni on 21 Nov 2011
"I've experienced the hostility towards Jamaicans and I want to change the perception of me"
Interview: David Katz on Jimmy Cliff
By Angus Taylor on 19 Nov 2011
"He is one of the heavyweights of roots music"
Interview: Midnite
By Erik Magni on 16 Nov 2011
"It's always about word and sound. These things come together in music"
Interview: Frenchie
By Angus Taylor on 08 Nov 2011
"Unfortunately we're just in a receding business"
Interview: Leroy Sibbles
By Erik Magni on 29 Oct 2011
"Jackie Mittoo was at Studio One before me and he was my inspiration" 
Interview: Junior Murvin
By Angus Taylor on 20 Oct 2011
"I will always sing until my eyes are closed"
Interview: Franz Job
By Erik Magni on 16 Oct 2011
"We are carnival people. The music we play and listen to must be happy and danceable"
Interview: Queen Ifrica
By Erik Magni on 15 Oct 2011
"There are 1,000's of rasta women in Jamaica. They're the invisible visible"
Interview: Daweh Congo
By Angus Taylor on 09 Oct 2011
"The sooner we learn to be able to live together in harmony, it's going to be the better for world...
Interview: Johnny Clarke
By Erik Magni on 07 Oct 2011
"I've been surviving all these years and I'm still strong"
Interview: Solo Banton
By Angus Taylor on 06 Oct 2011
"There are no artists in the world that are as versatile as UK reggae artists"
Interview: Don Corleon, Pressure and Protoje
By Erik Magni on 02 Oct 2011
"We're all African people and have an African culture. We are all Caribbean people"
Interview: Taj Weekes
By Angus Taylor on 29 Sep 2011
"We only have this one world. There's no place to go to after we've destroyed this one"
Interview: The Revival of the Band and Live Music in Jamaica
By Erik Magni on 25 Sep 2011
"The music industry is a cycle. It's a new wave of what's happening now" - Jubba from Dubtonic Kru
Interview: Mr. Williamz
By Erik Magni on 23 Sep 2011
"Lots of youths sing in front of the mirror in the bathroom and then go straight to the studio"

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