[Podcast] Lila Ike – Where I’m Coming From

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Rising reggae star Lila Iké is our special guest for the 150th episode of Reggae Lover.

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Often highlighted on this platform for being part of the resurgence of conscious, organic music in Jamaica, it was a pleasure to discuss the state of the culture with Lila. The talented Manchester native shared her story with us in an amazing interview.

During the interview we touched on:

  • Lila’s new single “Where I’m Coming From”
  • Childhood and the Influence of her mom
  • Musical inspiration
  • Move to Kingston and linkage with Protoje
  • Learning the business of music
  • Working with Protoje
  • Love of sound system culture and creating dubplates.
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Why does Black America hate reggae?

Nick from the Jamaican State of Mind podcast joins the Reggae Lover crew once again to discuss the topic: Why does Black America hate reggae?

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We analyze different aspects of culture, education, travel, and politics in an attempt to come up with answers.
 
White America had somewhat embraced reggae music by the time Bob Marley’s “Legend” album dropped. Black America as a whole never really joined the movement.
 
We also discuss the reasons why we care about this in the first place. It is a very real conversation from the heart, and worth a listen.