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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"
Interview: Ray Darwin
By Angus Taylor on 21 Sep 2011
"I love art as a form of therapy"
Interview: Mark Wonder
By Angus Taylor on 11 Sep 2011
"Reggae Sumfest. I call it "Some Reggae Fest". How can you have a reggae festival being headlined by...
Interview: Hanouneh
By Erik Magni on 05 Sep 2011
"Many Jamaicans are very aware of their own Gaza/Gully conflict, and they became interested when I...
Interview: Lee Perry
By Doug Heselgrave on 01 Sep 2011
"Don't want to talk to the devil, me want to talk to God. So you got to put the demon away, so you...
Interview: Alpha Blondy
By Valentin Zill on 26 Aug 2011
"Not all Africa is a battlefield"
Interview: David Rodigan
By Angus Taylor on 25 Aug 2011
"When I first broadcast in Jamaica I realized the true power of radio"
Interview: Tiwony
By Franck Blanquin on 23 Aug 2011
"We are dynamic. I make music with passion. I'm not subject to the calculations of record companies"...
Interview: Mafia and Fluxy
By Angus Taylor on 17 Aug 2011
"Beres Hammond calls us Harmony House UK!"
Interview: Queen Omega
By Erik Magni on 09 Aug 2011
"My upcoming album shows places where I haven't been before"
Interview: Perfect (2011)
By Angus Taylor on 07 Aug 2011
"We are injecting that one drop medicine into the veins of the people"
Interview: Phillip Fraser
By Angus Taylor on 26 Jul 2011
"In those times artists weren't getting no money. That was why the music was so good"

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