The 5th annual staging of the Welcome To Jamrock Reggae Cruise was as epic as you could hope for.
A set of spooky reggae selections for Halloween.
Photos from Night One of the 2015 Welcome to Jamrock Reggae Cruise
The history of hip-hop is deep with sounds borrowed from Jamaica.
Miami, Cuba, Jamaica, Toronto and Brooklyn meet on a hip-hop posse cut with global appeal.
Kevin Lyttle shares the story behind the biggest soca crossover tune of the last decade in an oral history of "Turn Me On."
Filmed at Killamanjaro Sound's studio in Jamaica, the Nuh Fraid medley video matches the riddim's old-school vibe from Suku’s mesh marina to Mr. Vegas’ gigantic rope chain to the use of a vinyl dubplate.
Words by Jesse Serwer— It seems like everyone in reggae and dancehall is going back to basics. You could say Mr. Vegas helped kick off this trend back in early 2012 when he released Sweet Jamaica, an alb... Read More...
Words by Jesse Serwer— Sure, we love our culture tunes and badman tunes but, as any sound man (or gyal) knows, the most lighter-worthy, forward-inducing reggae/dancehall tunes are those that blur the lin... Read More...