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Poems of Politics and Pum-Pum: Seh Sup'm August Edition

Skygrass brought Seh Sup'm: Poetry and Live Music to a mellow close

The August edition of Seh Sup’m Poetry and Live Music peppered Redbones the Blues Cafe with live and recorded music as well as diverse poetry that ranged from politics to pum-pum. 

Blues, Poetry and Reggae Combine Seh Sup'm

Wayne McGregor & M'Bala close August rendition of Seh Sup'm live music & poetry

The August rendition of Seh Sup’m, the Kingston based live music and poetry event, started off with a small audience and big intentions as the live music and poetry event did battle with the mega parties and the need for sun, sea and such that littered Jamaica’s entertainment landscape during th

Reggae Rubs Dub at Seh Sup'm

Oku Onuora

Seh Sup’m the Kingston on the Edge edition was a well-balanced offering of music and poetry, providing a decent evening’s fare filled with solid performances. It was a night of reggae and reggae infused poetry epitomized by the night’s final performers Oku Onuora and Kabaka Pyramid.

Seh Sup'm Makes a Favourable 'Return'

Mario Evon brings Seh Sup'm: The Return to a close

When we walked into Redbones The Blues Cafe, Ann-Margaret Lim was finishing up her reading.

Seh Sup'm Live Event Returns

Seh Sup'm

The live music and poetry event Seh Sup’m is getting ready to make a return to the entertainment scene. Produced by Root Cause, the monthly series will be relaunched at its new home, Red Bones the Blues Cafe, Argyle Road, Kingston on May 4, 2013.

Mel Cooke Get's Ready to "Seh Sup'm

Melville Cooke reading at the launch of Seh Sup'm: Live From Kingston

Poet and journalist Melville Cooke staged a successful launch of his second anthology of poems, a live album titled Seh Sup’m: Live From Kingston. To do so, he teamed up with the Poetry Society of Jamaica as the featured poet of their first fellowship of the year.