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Interview: Eazydread
By Norman Darwen on 29 Jun 2012
"Coming from The Seychelles, you just have to love reggae music"
Interview: Robbie Shakespeare
By Angus Taylor on 26 Jun 2012
"Sly was playing the drums just like how I would always tell other drummers to play"
Nico D, Reggaeing from the Cold
By Odile Meylan on 24 Jun 2012
"It's like a second home to me. I love Jamaica and Jamaica loves me"
Interview: Duane Stephenson
By Sista Irie on 21 Jun 2012
"I'd rather be a citizen of the world than a citizen of just August Town. The names and the places...
Interview: Mutabaruka
By Ras Morgan on 17 Jun 2012
"Rastafari started out as a resistance against imperialism and colonialism"
Interview: Perfect (2012)
By Angus Taylor on 13 Jun 2012
"If I was approached by Sly & Robbie to make an album I would do it"
Interview: Groundation
By Erik Magni on 06 Jun 2012
"Through education comes knowledge and through knowledge comes change"
Interview: Sly Dunbar (Part 2 - New projects)
By Angus Taylor on 02 Jun 2012
"When I see the red light I go for it. I take chances"
Interview: Brother Culture
By Gerard McMahon on 24 May 2012
"Bob Marley. He's the only artist as far as I'm concerned"
Interview: Sly Dunbar (Part 1 - Memories)
By Angus Taylor on 24 May 2012
"The steppers drumming really started with Phil Chalender at Studio 1"
Interview: Hard Breaka
By Aude-Emilie Dorion on 22 May 2012
"Gambian society is hard to live in but I believe I can pass through with my music"
Interview: Peter Hunnigale
By Angus Taylor on 17 May 2012
"Steve Jobs' name is ironic. People LOST jobs because of what he thought was an innovative idea"
Interview: Jesse Royal
By Marc Marino on 13 May 2012
"Musicians are the driving force. We have to keep the live music alive"
I-Wayne Reveals his Top Tunes
By Arig Idris on 12 May 2012
"Revolution from Dennis Brown is definitely a inspiring song, especially in this last days"
Interview: Christopher Ellis
By Angus Taylor on 10 May 2012
"I want to be myself and bring something to my dad's legacy"

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