Review: One Love In The Park With Sanchez and Friends
So it’s Valentine’s Day and you want to do something special with your love, what to do what to do? What about if you’re single and looking for love on Valentine’s Day, fret not. Let’s hope there is a One Love in the Park in your future and let’s hope Sanchez brings his friends!
Bob Marley: 5 Historical Moments At a Glance.
Bob Marley’s brief, but eventful lifetime was filled with many watershed and history making events. Here are 5 historical moments from his early career.
10 Things Bob Marley Would be Happy About
As I look at the reggae industry today, it’s hard not to hark back to reggae’s heyday, when Bob Marley ruled the airwaves with his positive conscious music. Here is my guess as to 10 things Bob Marley would be happy to know about Reggae if he were alive.
VIDEO: The Jamaican Dancehall Reggae Inspired Loctite Super Bowl 2015 Commercial is a hit with fans
Jamaica once again has influenced the world as the Jamaican Dancehall Reggae inspired Loctite Super Bowl 2015 commercial is a hit with fans. Check it out!!!
Conversation with Jamaican Singer, Kim Kelly
Miss. Kimberley Kelly is a Jamaican born artist who moved to Canada at the tender age of 13. She grew up in Brampton Ontario, where she spent the next 5 years honing her God given talent and developing her strong work ethic. During which time people often perceived her as singing more than she actually spoke.
5 Things You Did Not Know About Gem Myers
This week we caught up with Gem Myers as she prepares to perform at the One Love in the Park
in South Florida. Think you know everything about the Gem Myers ? Do you know what makes her the happiest in the day? Find the answer to this question and more as we ask Gem Myers five interesting questions.
Former Prime Minister PJ Patterson adds his voice to 2015 Rebel Salute at launch
Former Prime Minister Percival Patterson was keynote speaker at the recent December launch of 2015 Rebel Salute themed “Preservation of Reggae”.Even more passionate now than his tenure as prime minister, he was fully supportive of the Rebel Salute staging. He pinpointed that “Jamaicans have the most sophisticated taste for music”, and spoke of the power of music to create harmony. He then added that “Jamaica should be a mecca to the world” as he encouraged unity among members of the culture industry in order to achieve success.