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Jamaican Music

Courtney John Sounds Off on Rootstronic and Musical Evolution

Courtney John

"I make music for people who love music," says Courtney John speaking to the small gathering at the SO((u))L HQ in Stony Hill. The musician had been invited to the SO((u))L to talk about his recently released Courtney John Project.

Riding the Wave of the Reggae Revolution - Protoje

Protoje performing at Arts in the Park

With the release of his sophomore album The Eight Year Affair, Protoje has firmly cemented his space on the Reggae landscape.

Icons of Reggae Talk History and Evolution

(l-r) Bobby Digital, Bunny Lee, King Jammy and David Katz

Reggae historian David Katz played selector and interviewer as he led, three iconic and prolific producers of Jamaican music, Bunny Striker Lee, King Jammy and Bobby Digital, through a discussion about their careers, the evolution of the music and their thoughts on the contemporary music landsca

The Business of Music: New Behind the Music Tv Series Launched

Seretse Small, Executive Producer and host of The Business of Music

After a short delay inspired by Hurricane Sandy, musician, educator and businessman Seretse Small launched his new television show, The Business of Music at the studio of the Public Broadcasting Corporation Jamaica on Monday evening.

New Live Series Birthed at Wicky Wacky

One Drop Band performs at Wicky Wacky Routz

The wind coming off the Caribbean sea gusted through the grounds, while the sea frothed and foamed on the beach below. Wicky Wacky, a quaint sea-side venue in Bull Bay, St. Andrew, which evokes words like irie and ital, is alive with the sounds of Reggae and dub.