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Kingston Be Wise: Three Reggae Artists Share Their View of the City

Protoje, Sevana and Sheldon Shepherd share their views on Kingston

Depending on your view, Jamaica’s capital city, Kingston is either a place to avoid or to be celebrated. Three of Kingston’s reggae artists were asked to speak on the topic, ‘What Does Kingson Mean to Me’, at the recently concluded Imagine Kingston conference. The panel chaired by Dr.

Nomaddz New Album Roars to Life at Countryside

Nomaddz launches Sly and Robbie Presents Nomaddz

“They have moved from just being dub poets,” says Debbie Bissoon, host of the album launch for Sly and Robbie Presents Nomaddz, at the Countryside Club in Kingston.

The Hills Get Ready To Skank with Blue Mountain Music Festival

Blue Mountain Music Festival offers music and adventure

Jamaica’s Blue Mountains will shed some of its leisurely pace and skank to reggae rhythms when the inaugural Blue Mountain Music Festival gets under way, February 23 - 24, 2014, at the Holywell Park.

Nomaddz' Breadfruit is Fun But Not Well Roasted

Nomaddz at the Theatre Place - Breadfruit is the New Bread, Baby

Nomaddz is a dynamic, musical/performance group who commendably try to get beyond the ordinary with their performances. As they croon in ‘Mountain Lion’ they are cocky, but endearingly so, and their repertoire lends itself to the dramatic.

Nomaddz Breaks 'Breadfruit" With New Theatrical Production

Nomaddz

The performance group Nomaddz is returning to their theatrical roots with the staging of their upcoming production Breadfruit is the New Bread, Baby. The show, which they have christened a “dubical” is slated to hit the stage in May and should be running throughout the month.

Nomaddz Gets Dubwise at UWI

Nomaddz at the Neville Hall Lecture Theatre, UWI

In the third in a series of Reggae Talks staged by the Department of Literatures in English, UWI, Mona, Nomaddz took over the lectern at the Neville Hall Lecture Theatre.

Music Poetry and More at Redbones Highlight KBF 13

Christopher John Farley

The Kingston Book Festival unleashed its eclectic side with one of its culminating events at Redbones the Blues Cafe last Friday (March 8, 2013).

Blands Blaze at Arts in the Park

Shaggy introduces 7yr-old Xylophone at Arts in the Park

If there had been doubt about the existence of a growing pool of young talented musicians and singers, the idea was laid to rest when the Ministry of Tourism presented Arts in the Park, hosted by Shaggy, at Hope Gardens on Sunday, February 24, 2013.

Global Reggae Launched

Prof Carolyn Cooper (left) and DJ Afifa (right)

A sprinkling of rain drifted down as Ras Michael and the Sons of Negus delivered their invocation for the launch of Global Reggae, edited by Professor Carolyn Cooper.

Music and Musings at 'Grounation' with Nomaddz and Di Blueprint

Nomaddz at Grounation 2013

The musical skills of Nomaddz and Di Blueprint Band combined with the theoretical ground of Joshua Chamberlain and Dr. Clinton Hutton second week of Grounation 2013.

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