A history of yardies who conquered the American charts, from Carl Douglas to OMI.
The history of hip-hop is deep with sounds borrowed from Jamaica.
A.K.A. the greatest R&B show in Jamaican history.
A last goodbye to some dearly departed legends.
U.K. drummer and vocalist Horseman (Hollie Cook) drops a full-length LP just in time for Halloween.
#MixtapeMondays pays tribute to one of reggae's golden voices while looking at today's sound via a current roster of dancehall's ruling class. Mixes from Deadly Dragon, Silent Addy and Soldia Sound
Six golden classics from the catalog of the late Jamaican vocalist of Paragons and "Police in Helicopter" fame.
Words by LargeUp Crew, Photo and Video by Jason Zucker— Sure, hip-hop has The Chronic, "I Got 5 On It," and Meth and Red's entire catalog, but when it comes to weed-smoking anthems, reggae is king. With ... Read More...
Words by Edward Seaga, Daddy Lion Chandell, Donald Clive Davidson and Roy Black— Whatever your views of Edward Seaga's politics, his contributions to Jamaica's dynamic music industry are indisputable. ... Read More...
Words by Jesse Serwer— For the last 12 plus years, Jamaican film and TV producer Maxine Walters—she's had her hand in most every major movie shot in JA over the last three decades, from The Mighty Quinn ... Read More...