Podcast: Cuss Cuss Riddim Mix – Reggae Lover Bonus

A specially crafted mix of 45’s and dubs on the Cuss Cuss riddim.

Cuss Cuss Riddim Mix - Reggae Lover Podcast

In episode 219, Kahlil Wonda listed Cuss Cuss as one of his all-time top 5 riddims. Inspiration along with listener requests have manifested in this mix for the true fans. Starting with the original Lloyd Robinson cut produced by Harry J and regarded as an original Studio One version. This mix spans all the decades since.

Unity Sound Worldwide (Revisited)

Unity Sound Worldwide owner and selector CrossFire links up to share his excitement for new reggae and dancehall releases. PODCAST EPISODE SUMMARY During this conversation we touched on: The debut of the Family Buss Riddim produced by Unity Sound Worldwide. Unity online mixes and mix CDs (old and new). Who are the current Unity Sound Worldwide members? […]
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Kabaka Pyramid Immaculate Interview

Reggae star Kabaka Pyramid drops by to talk about his new mixtape, “Immaculate,” challenges of the year 2020, his mission and motivation in music, and much more.

Buzzworthy

  • Discussing the MOBO and GRAMMY Awards reggae nominations.
  • Steve McQueen’s Small Axe movie series on Amazon Prime.

Tastemaker

  • “Immaculate” mixtape by Federation Sound featuring Kabaka.
  • Kristine Alicia’s […]

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Sound Clash Culture in 2020 and Beyond

A discussion on Sound clash culture in 2020.

Listen for analysis of what’s been going on with sound clash culture in 2020 and predictions of where we see things going in the future based on key indicators like dubplate cutting, the lack of youth in the arena, and more.

Sound Clash Culture in 2020 - Reggae Lover Podcast.
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This is for others who share a passion for sound clash and listeners who have the slightest curiosity. Read on for a collection of sound clash culture-related resources and links in one place.

Among the themes discussed on this sound clash culture in 2020 episode:

  • Which sounds are in the top, heavyweight tier globally?
  • Why are European and Japanese sounds not joining the online dub showcases and clashes?
  • How was the golden era of sound clash and reggae music financed?
  • Is sound clash culture bordering on extinction?
  • The expensive hobby of cutting dub plates and its economic implications.

For the full show notes including Buzzworthy, The Tastemaker segment, plus Sound Clash Resources and links, visit ReggaeLover.com