“Gaining Access” with guest Odessa Chambers, a publicist and television producer based in Kingston. She is the creator of O-Access Jamaica and host of the podcast “Reasonings with Odessa.” Episode 174 (Season 5, Ep. 2)
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Koffee to perform SuperBowl Weekend
Buju Banton on Bad Boys Forever soundtrack
Kahlil Wonda: Mortimer’s EP ‘Fight the Fight,’ and Single, “Lightning.”
AGARD: Salaam Remi, Buccaneer, and Red Rat, “No Normal Lover.”
It was a thrilling night for clash fans and one of great surprise, as juggling contender Sky Juice of Metromedia won the sound industry’s most coveted competition, World Clash R.E.S.E.T.
This iconic victory marks the first time a juggling sound won World Clash. Clash fans turned out in the droves to experience the excitement and energy of World Clash R.E.S.E.T., which was filled with historical moments, performances and music selections.
Following Metromedia’s consistency was King Addies, who was fresh off the heels of defeating World Champions Bass Odyssey. King Addies delivered a stellar performance through out the clash, earning a spot in the “tune-fi-tune” [final round] against Metromedia.
Skyjuice of Metromedia with the World Clash R.E.S.E.T 2013 Trophy
All sounds brought experience, charisma and undeniable entertainment to the World Clash stage! Now you get to re-live the world’s renowned competition completely free.
Mighty Crown leveled the crossover crowd with hit after hit. On more than one occasion, Mighty Crown brought the ram crossover crowd to a roar. Crown’s entire set went over well, but it was the moment that Sami T performed the Harlem Shake that the revelers went into a true frenzy!
Mighty Crown has officially scored with their 28 date “Driving Force Tour.” The overall tour has been a hit, with fanfare and feedback increasing after each performance. The “Driving Force Tour” has struck a chord with promoters and fans alike as requests for new dates have been pouring in.
As a matter of fact, two new dates have just been added to the tour: April 4 (Legend Nightclub, Washington, DC) & April 14 (The legendary SOBs, New York, New York). Stay tuned for everything Mighty Crown & “DRIVING FORCE.” See the full schedule here: http://www.irishandchin.com.
Courtney Melody’s Modern Girl (1989) is heralded as one of the best dancehall albums ever recorded in Jamaica. Listen to the mix of Melody’s hits plus a segment of modern one-drop reggae powered by Highlanda as featured live on the Reggae Vault Classics show.