Posts tagged "Live"

FLASHBACK FRIDAY: Eek-A-Mouse “Ganja Smuggling (live)”

Let’s Start Your 4/20 Weekend Off Right.eek


As the day winds down some of you are probably already thinking about your 420 shenanigans. Let us indulge you a bit with this 1982 classic “Ganga Smuggling” from the original “Sing-Jay” himself Eek-A-Mouse’s debut album “Wa Do Dem.” Eek-A-Mouse regales us with tales of living in the ghetto and how trafficking the herbs earned him some fresh new jewelry and a young lady on his arm. Roll Up One And Hit The Jump… Read more »

Cham Brings Out Bounty Killer And Together They Tear Down The Place

Peeeeople Dead…

You can’t beat the raw excitement of two champion DJs passing the mic back and forth—unless of course it’s a sneak attack. And that’s just what happened on a recent Thursday night party at the University of West Indies in Kingston. The crowd was amped just to see Cham, but when the Warlord stepped out on stage unannounced, the whole thing went to “Another Level.” Video After The Jump…
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REVIEW: Major Lazer Live At Terminal 5 NYC

You Have Never Seen A Lazer Show Like This

The veteran of the secret Zombie War of 1984 hopped on his rocket powered skateboard and descended upon the unsuspecting inhabitants of New York City and made the spacious Terminal 5 his headquarters before the Frankenstorm’s arrival. Read more »

Final Reggae Sumfest 2012 Lineup

Shabba Ranks, Junior Gong, Beenie Man, Lady Saw, R. Kelly, Trey Songz, Bunny Wailer, U Roy, and More… 

After months of waiting and anticipating, the 20th anniversary edition of “The Greatest Reggae Show on Earth” is all set to kick off in Montego Bay tomorrow night. Check out the full lineup and promo videos after the jump… Read more »

HEAR THIS: Live From The Turntable Club

Dennis Brown, Delroy Wilson & Big Youth With The Soul Syndicate In 1974

What we’re about to do right now is go back. Waaay back. The year is 1974. The place, Kingston Jamaica’s fabulous Turntable Club. Chinna Smith and the Soul Syndicate band are rocking live on the bandstand with King Tubby’s and Errol T on the mix and Niney the Observer in the building. Man like D.Brown, Delroy Wilson, and Big Youth round the microphone stand—alongside the big bad hornsman Mr. Alexander Portious doing the best Gregory Isaacs cover version ever. Are you ready for some real live reggae music? Read more »

HEAR THIS: Beres Hammond “Giving Thanks”

Why Not Make Every Day Thanksgiving Day?

“Gotta take time out to say much respect to the Father,” Beres remarks on this live cut from his double-disc retrospective Can’t Stop A Man. “Because without Him we couldn’t have made it here tonight. Wanna say thank you Father. Thank you, yes. Thank you from the bottom of my heart…”

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