Posts tagged "Dubwise"

Fari Di Future Live At Reggae Bowl in New York City

Fari Di Future Live At Reggae Bowl in New York City

This Evening’s Reggae Bowl Expected to Serve Up  Savory Selections  

 One of the most highly anticipated events for this weekend, will take place at Le Cordon Bleu trained Chef, Michael Gordon’s restaurant, Ital Kitchen in Crown Heights, Brooklyn.  Gordon is preparing an all inclusive brunch with options such as “Red Steppa Veggie Steak,” “Tumeric Stew,” “Carrot Ginger Soup”, “Kale Quinoa Salad” and more. Co-organizer and visionary for this event, International Selector, Yaadcore will stir up a musical mix  to create a Reggae Aroma that represents 12 Yaad and his global production Dubwise  in all aspects. Newest reggae sensation, vocalist, Fari di Future will deliver a live acoustic performance with lead guitarist Josh David Barrett of Judah Tribe, to satisfy the soul. More 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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WATCH THIS: Samory-I “African Daughter” Official Music Video

WATCH THIS: Samory-I "African Daughter" Official Music Video

A Song With An Afrikan Standard of Beauty

A Rasta Man was one of the first persons to question why  I  “relax the kinks” in my hair. I was at a lost for words and then I said ” Well to make it look smooth and groomed.” He broke into unbridled laughter and while I was happy to bring someone so much joy, the question lingered on my mind.  Then I realized I had no idea what my natural hair even looked like because I received my first “perm” at 9, and from there it was a six week ritual of “touching up” the roots. I was told that my hair was “too much, ” “too thick” and “difficult to manage.” Throughout the years, I added “color processing” and then “weaves'” became normal for me. More After The Jump Read more »

Reasoning With Rassi Hardknocks About “Legal,” A Reggae Song for the Movement

Reasoning With Rassi Hardknocks About "Legal," A Reggae Song for the Movement

In Comes A Brand New Marijuana Anthem for 2016

The stink of Marijuana vapors is creating a cloud cover that commands our attention. For the first time since the 1913 Ganja Law, which was strictly enforced by the island’s government, the citizens of Jamaica now have the opportunity to use recreational marijuana. Whether one smokes or not, the whole concept of legalizing the infamous green leaf  highlights the mainstreaming of the Marijuana Movement.  Audio & Interview After The Jump Read more »

Yaadcore in New York City for Ethiopian Christmas

Yaadcore in New York City for Ethiopian Christmas

Yaadcore Back In New York City By Popular Demand

Receiving world-wide acclaim in the reggae and the general music community, Rory Cha aka Yaadcore was invited by three different venues to have a musical  Ethiopian Christmas in New York City.

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Diplo: Dub Cutter, Goat Gutter

Eight Riddimentary Questions For The Evil Genius Behind Major Lazer

Before last year’s Major Lazer movement rewrote the rules, the chances of hot-stepping into a Kingston nightclub like Fiction and hearing a set of “electronica” was pretty much zero. Read more »