Oct 21, 2014
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LargeUp Interview: Talking “Pum” with Pomme is French For Apple


Words By Marcha M. Johnson
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Toppa Top 10: Ten Classically Caribbean Ice Cream Flavors


Words by Jesse Serwer/Photos by Martei Korley

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Throwback Thursdays: Philip Michael Thomas’ “Living The Book Of My Life”

Words by Desmond Alfonso
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Jah!… Rastafari! Words you’ve surely heard countless times before but words you would hardly expect to hear at the start of an album by one of ’80s TV’s preeminent pretty boys. Yet these are the very first things uttered on “Living The Book of My Life,” the first track on Philip Michael Thomas’ debut solo LP by the same name.

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Marlon James’ “A Brief History of Seven Killings” Is The Most Anticipated Jamaican Novel Ever

Words by Jesse Serwer

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Marlon James’ A Brief History of Seven Killings (Riverhead Books) won’t be released until tomorrow, but already it’s drawn more attention than almost any Jamaica-set novel since Ian Fleming was putting James Bond to paper. James’ third novel has been dubbed “The Great Jamaican Novel” by The Fader, and was recently the subject of one of the most glowing, enthusiastic New York Times reviews we’ve ever seen. (“It’s like a Tarantino remake of The Harder They Come but with a soundtrack by Bob Marley and a script by Oliver Stone and William Faulkner,” wrote reviewer Michiko Kakutani. “It’s epic in every sense of that word.”) It seems everyone we know with an interest in recent Jamaican history is already reading it.

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Blacka’s World: Creating the #FollowThruChallenge

Words by Blacka Di Danca

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Fans of dancehall know Ricardo “Mundo” Gordon– aka Mundo Ravers– as a leader of the influential dance crew Ravers Clavers, and the creator of such dances as “Sassa Step” and “Follow Thru.” After years of going to battle for dancehall, Mundo is now fighting a critical war of his own, having been diagonsed with Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis (FSGS), a disease that attacks the kidney’s filtering system, causing serious scarring.

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Mixtape Mondays: Black Chiney, Walshy Fire, Andre Airplane

Words by Deejay Theory

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Strictly energy this week at #MixtapeMondays to get you nice and fired for the road — even if it’s just the road to the office. Soca, moombahton and an extra large portion of excluisve remixes set the trend from Miami to NYC and back.

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