Why Buju Banton’s Supreme Collab Really & Truly Matters

Why Buju Banton’s Supreme Collab Really & Truly Matters

Much More Than a T-Shirt

This past Sunday, Supreme shared a very special video with its 12.9 million IG followers. The clip features Buju Banton toasting over King Tubby’s dub version of the classic “Love I Can Feel” riddim. Capturing a spontaneous moment of celebration, the video was shot just after the legendary reggae artist wrapped up a Supreme photo shoot at his Gargamel Music headquarters in Kingston, Jamaica. The voice you hear in the background throwing out ad-libs—“Oh Gosh!” … “Really & truly!”—is my own. Something magical happened in that moment, as it often does on this magical island. Right place, right people, right time. Video & Full Story After The Jump…

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4/20 Vibes with Eesah

4/20 Vibes with Eesah

Eesah Talks About How Marijuana Influences His Creativity

On 4/20 we interview Eesah, whose singles are starting to take off at an exponential rate on social media. He writes music about love, inspiration and reality and merges music genres as a former musical engineer. The artist talks about how marijuana helps him to get in touch with his spiritual, inner self to channel his creativity. Video & Interview After The Jump…

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Xana Romeo Talks About Her Debut Album “Wake Up” and Finding Her Own Way

Xana Romeo Talks About Her Debut Album "Wake  Up" and Finding Her Own Way

A Reggae Legend’s Daughter Creating Conscious Reverberations

Forty years ago Maxwell Livingston Smith, better known as Max Romeo, released his classic album War Inna Babylon on Island Records. The album featured classic hits like “Chase The Devil”  (which would later be sampled by Kanye West for Jay Z’s song “Lucifer”). This song sent fans into a frenzy with its balance of  spiritual and conscious lyrics over the Lee “Scratch” Perry–produced riddim. Max Romeo “put on his iron shirt” and chased the Devil out of Earth with his lyrical prowess—and he’s still making music to this day. Now, four decades later, it should come as no surprise that his daughter is stepping forward along a similar  path. Azana Makeeda Smith, aka Xana Romeo, brings a unique feminine fierceness with her incendiary lyrics. She has a great vocal range and her enunciation is clear and precise, adding to the palpable power of her music. With her  debut album, Wake Up releasing today, we linked with Xana Romeo, CEO of Charmax Music to discuss her debut album. Interview After The Jump…

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Mother’s Day Special Event: Reggae Bowl

Mother's Day Special Event: Reggae Bowl

A Thoughtful Event for Mothers and The Community At Large

 The “Reggae Bowl” is a food and music event that will be held at the Ital Kitchen in Brooklyn, New York, this Mother’s Day—Sunday, May 8, 2016.  This celebration of Mothers will promote a healthy lifestyle through its various components; serving up sweet reggae music, fashion and vital, ital cuisine.  More After The Jump

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Rihanna’s Fashion Forward Design

Rihanna's Fashion Forward Design

Music and Fashion Icon Creates An Original Style For Puma

As Puma’s Global Brand Ambassador and Puma’s Women’s Creative Director, Rihanna designed and customized variations of Classic Puma Sneakers. Her Suede and Platform Creeper sold out instantaneously and the sneaker brand saw a 40% rise in overall sales. In 2016, Rihanna took her creative direction to the next level, designing an original shoe for Puma, “The Trainer by Fenty.” Upclose Look At This Sleek Shoe After The Jump Read more »

Nah Pop No Style—I’m Strictly Lit

Nah Pop No Style—I'm Strictly Lit

ReshmaB Chains’ Brand New Collection Isn’t Just For The Herbalists

As the new collection rolls out for ReshmaB Chains you already know the Reggae Girl About Town has something in store for all the ganja girls. But her unisex street style accessories are more than just chronic. The exciting new designs include four-finger rings and layered colors. Since the launch of the brand in 2014 the pieces have expanded from chains to ear rings and body chains. This summer, following a successful show at Caribbean Fashion Week, British Designer Reshma B announced that she was working on something completely different.  Photos After The Jump…
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ReshmaB Chains Make Runway Debut at Caribbean Fashion Week 2015

ReshmaB Chains Make Runway Debut at Caribbean Fashion Week  2015

The Reggae Girl About Town Flexes Her Design Skills

Reshma B, the UK-based music journalist, showed off her design skills at Caribbean Fashion Week in Kingston, Jamaica. ReshmaB Chains—recently included on Mass Appeal‘s round-up of New Streetwear Brands Who Are Killing it Right Now—made their runway debut at CFW’s Friday kick off. Pulse top model Oraine Barrett walked the runway, while three-time Vogue cover girl Jeneil Williams was spotted wearing a pair of ReshmaB earrings in the front row. Designer Reshma B capped the night by taking to the catwalk rocking a bright orange Day-Glo “Wah Gwan” chain, flashing her trademark peace sign, and snapping shots of the experience with a selfie stick. Article Continues After the Jump; Photo Gallery Above… Read more »

Popcaan Pop-Up Shop Poppin’ Off in Kingston

Popcaan Pop-Up Shop Poppin' Off in Kingston

The Unruly Boss Links With Reshma B Chains and We Are Massiv At Base Kingston

Nuff things a gwan in Kingston this week. Tuesday night is Ghetto Splash at Waterhouse Mini Stadium, with an all-star lineup that gets heavier by the day. This weekend it’s all about Live From Kingston featuring Protoje, Kabaka Pyramid, and No-Maddz But the exclusive jump-off is going down on Thursday December 18th, when We Are Massiv joins forces with Reshma B Chains to host a Popcaan pop-up shop at Base Kingston in Kingston, Jamaica—Upper Manor Park Plaza, Shop #11 to be exact. You may have seen Reshma B Chains’ new Look Book, which just premiered on The Fader. [Check the gallery above to get a flavor for the new “stoner chic” designs.]’ The RGATxPopcaan TR8 and TR8NESS chains, as seen on @PopcaanMusic’s personal Instagram, will be officially available for the first time in Jamaica. The night will feature a live performance by Popcaan as well as legendary DJ Skrillex passing through to rep his OWSLA line. In short, the ting Tun Up! Video After The Jump… Read more »

RGAT x Popcaan Chain Collab

RGAT x Popcaan Chain Collab

Reshma B and Papi Connect To Swag You Out

The ReggaeGirlAboutTown teams up with Popcaan to create an official collab for Reshma B Chains. Inspired by the Unruly Boss’s signature slang, “TR8,” the chains come in three configurations, with small and large iterations of the TR8 chain, and a lengthier TR8NESS chain that features Drizzy Drake’s favorite new slang term.   Video and Detals After The Jump… Read more »

WATCH THIS: Major Lazer feat RDX & Moska – Lose Yourself (Behind The Scenes)

WATCH THIS: Major Lazer feat RDX & Moska - Lose Yourself (Behind The Scenes)

Take A Behind The Scenes Look At The New Major Lazer Video “Lose Yourself”

Diplo steps behind the lens to direct the new Major Lazer video for “Lose Yourself” featuring RDX and Moska in Jamaica with the Karmaloop Media crew. It’s a family affair with the ML dancers, Walshy, Jillionaire and…a goat. Or two. Take a quick vacation to the world’s most loved island with your favorite artists, beautiful ladies and more beautiful ladies twerking on a golf cart. Video After The Jump… Read more »

I-Octane Launches Streetwear Line

I-Octane Launches Streetwear Line

Top Dancehall Artist Expands His Brand

Just in time for fashion week, I-Octane has dropped a new streetwear line during fashion week. The dancehall Rasta has teamed up with Silver Factory Merchandising to launch his first collection, designed by Odyssy Dublin and Available online at The line includes clothing, mugs, ashtrays, and even a custom skateboard. Here’s a peep at some of the gear from the collection. Click Through The Gallery Above

Supreme Collaborates with Wackie’s

Supreme Collaborates with Wackie's

Downtown NYC Fashionistas Big Up The Bronx’s Original Reggae Label

Supreme Clothing is the ultimate in downtown NY hipter chic. In the past they’ve collaborated with the likes of BAPE and Clarks to keep you laced in the freshest gear on the streets. Supreme has announced an exciting new collabo with Wackies, the legendary Bronx Reggae label. As their announcement puts it: “Founded in the 1970s by Lloyd “BullWackie” Barnes on White Plains Road in the Bronx, Wackie’s is considered by many to be the first significant Reggae studio and label in the United States. As a Kingston youth, Lloyd Barnes was entranced by the sound systems of Duke Reid and Coxsone Dodd. In 1967 he left Jamaica and came via England to New York, where he created his own sound system called Bullwackie’s Disco and would play at dances all around New York City.”  The collection features T-shirts, snapbacks and tank tops in multiple color festooned with images of Sugar Minott, Horace Andy, and of course the famous Wackies lion. They’re now for sale online and in-store so get em while they last! Click on the cap above to see the full collection and the tunes that inspired it…