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21 September 1942 – 17 February 2021 Ewart Beckford (OD Order of Distinction) known by the stage name U-Roy. He is a Jamaican vocalist, and pioneer of toasting which contributed to the development of DanceHall Reggae in Jamaica, and Rap Music in the United States. Both genres originated through the 70’s and 80’s with Daddy […]

212 Page Hardcover, with 220 photos and illustrations. North American Release Date: March 17, 2021.First printing: 2,000 copies. Audio companion package to be released on VP Records in Summer of 2021.BOOK INFO AND PRE-SALE LINK: https://www.vpreggae.com/miss-pat-my-reggae-music-journey-book/ The book, decades in the making, will be of interest to music fans (especially Reggae, Soca and Calypso) as [...]

Bob Wine who is a Ugandan opposition leader representing Kyadondo East constituency in the 10th @Parliament_UG in Uganda is in need of the worlds support right now! As we prepare for transition of power in America thousands of miles away in Africa Bobi Wine is fighting for a similar war in Uganda. From CNN: Ugandan […]

Last year Rebel Salute was one of the shows to make it through before Covid-19 restrictions shutdown the world. This year patrons are not so fortunate as the Rebel Salute team will be only offering a virtual experience this year. Whatever they are putting out this year I will be tuning in along with plenty […]

Out of respect for our ancestors who went through a lot of hell we must preserve one of the most cultural expressions to survive the times! It’s one of the pieces of our journey as a people that surely needs to be more highlighted from our culture. There should be plenty more Saxons, and Valley […]

“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 […]

Jamaica’s most anticipated stage show at one time was Sting. Two of the most historic clashes in history happened at Sting. Ninja Man once upon a time battled Shabba Ranks lyrically on the Sting stage. Bounty Killer then met Beenie Man on stage to settle the score at Sting. Sting, has been referred to as […]

Year to year one of the most intriguing events is the Grammy awards. Everyone highly anticipates who will be nominated and who actually takes home the trophy. This years has been nothing short of what we expect from the Grammy selections. There’s always mixed emotions as to who made the nominations, and who didn’t get […]