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The long reigning Queen of Dancehall Reggae Lady Saw has stated via her official social media outlet that she will be returning to the dancehall scene. Minister Marion Hall, more popularly referred to as Lady Saw, made the announcement on her official social media accounts on the weekend during her weekly live sermon. Minister Hall […]

2021 will mark the 32nd anniversary of the passing of legendary sound engineer King Tubby. Sound System Club Presents: Firehouse Crew and Friends Tribute to King Tubby 31 Years After His Death,’ Paul Scott, producer of the King Tubby show, is adamant that King Tubby’s greatness must not be forgotten. The event is scheduled to […]

Pioneering reggae singer and musician Albert Griffiths of roots band The Gladiators died December 16th, 2020. Griffiths, who had been ailing for some time, passed away on Wednesday morning at his home in St Elizabeth, Jamaica. Griffiths was two weeks shy of his 75th birthday on New Year’s Day 2021. “Albert stopped touring about 14 […]

(Naturalnews.com) Here are the top 7 supplements and superfoods for de-stressing while strengthening immune defenses during these tumultuously-political and germ-paranoid times. Are you ready to release bodily and mental tension? Are you in need of that now? Most of us are. What’s your first line of defense against parasites, bacteria, viruses, corrupt news and rude [...]

We always wanna bring forth information that may protect you in the fight against the wicked of the world. This feature is from the Aboriginal Medical Association that was formed by Dr Ali Muhammad to service the nationals of the Aboriginal Republic of North America. AMA was founded upon the need to address the specific […]

New York, New York | Since coming onto the scene with the honor and privilege to be musically mentored by the renowned Marley family, BLACK AM I has stood strong on his musical mantra and responsibility to preserve authentic reggae. The latter falls into place with his daily philosophy chanted on his discography such as […]

New York, NY (December 9, 2020) – Grammy winner, multiple Billboard Hot 100 chart topping artist and international reggae icon, Buju Banton won Best Reggae Act at this year’s annual MOBO Awards for his long-awaited album, “Upside Down 2020,” his first full-length studio album in a decade. The album was released this summer on June […]

“Black Black Black” and “Don’t fall for it” By KRS-One sends that strong message to the people that are being victimized here in America and around the world. Those facing the struggle can draw inspiration from this music to make a positive change in communities around the world! One of the albums that made me […]

Equal rights and justice can take on many different names depending on who is fighting for it. For the early 60’s it was the Civil Rights Movement. Speed it up to 2020 and we have Black Lives Matters. Regardless of what you call it, for the people who actually are affected it’s a way of […]

2020 has been a very challenging year for much of the world but for this young Jamaican artist Koffee it’s been huge deal! With all the accolades she added early to her career in 2019 no one could have predicted what she has achieved in 2020. Mastercard featured Koffee in a series of ads with […]