Below is a response to Dane Lewis, Article Published on Sunday February 22, 2015, in the Jamaica Gleaner.

Once Again the director of JFLAG has decided to speak on behalf of a group of individuals who don’t necessarily share the same sentiments. The continuous extending of an olive branch to the Reggae & Dancehall Industry has gotten old and isn’t effective. Read the rest of this entry »

We have a ‘black problem’

Posted: February 5, 2015 in Articles

Recently, Joe Pinsker, assistant editor of The Atlantic, wrote an article about the financial consequences of saying ‘Black,’ vs ‘African American’. According to Pinkster, 100 years ago, ‘coloured’ was the typical way of referring to Americans of African descent. Then 20 years later, it was purposefully dropped to make way for ‘Negro’. Then by the late 1960s, that term was overtaken by ‘black’. And then, in 1988, Jesse Jackson, United States civil rights activist, declared that ‘African American’ was the term to embrace. That one was chosen because it echoed the labels of groups, such as ‘Italian Americans’ and ‘Irish Americans’, that had already been freed of widespread discrimination. Read the rest of this entry »

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Elephant Man Releases “Can You Do It” For Producer Studio Vibes.

New York, USA (Shuzzr PR): Dubbed the Energy God, Elephant Man, is already in high gear for 2015. The internationally acclaimed artiste has once again teamed up with Record Label, Studio Vibes Entertainment, to release another hit single. The single titled “Can You Do It” produced by Studio Vibes has already been receiving huge airplay throughout the States and across the Caribbean. Read the rest of this entry »

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New York, USA – A product of the United Kingdom and newly residing in New York ,Recording Artiste Symba Daninjah has just signed a record deal with Famous Records, Florida, USA.

This deal was struck not long after Symba released his most recent video “Go Down.” For this video, Symba decided to take his viewers/fans on an exotic visual trip. He flew from England to the Caribbean to film the exceptional music video. It has simplistic beauty, while it transports the western viewers mentally to the Caribbean. Read the rest of this entry »

kranium

The following is an excerpt from the Journal of Shuzzr- Dancehall Review 2015.

It’s no secret that the world has lost confidence in Reggae & Dancehall music. In 2014, Dancehall gave the go ahead to an emerging voice, Kranium, who got his break into the music industry with the single “Nobody has to know”. The artiste track got huge traction internationally, and also garnered top recognition on the prestigious Billboard charts and others across the world. Read the rest of this entry »