No Music No Vote – Reactions to the Noise Abatement Act

The “No Music No Vote” campaign is one of the Jamaican entertainment industry’s responses to the Noise Abatement Act. The law, originally passed in 1997, recently became stricter. Now all events have to lock off by midnight on weeknights and 2 a.m. on the weekend.

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Topics Covered:
  • The far-reaching implications of the Noise Abatement Act.
  • Responses from key entertainment industry players.
  • Responses from various government officials.
  • Potential solutions and “silver linings”.
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Music Therapy

Jay Blessed, an award-winning Caribbean blogger, dope writer, phenomenal podcaster, and prominent mental health advocate is the special guest on this episode.

 

 
We list reggae artists who are creating music about self-awareness and showing maturity.  It’s unfortunate that this refreshing music often gets no attention. 
 
Jay lists her top 5 Reggae artists of all times and talks about her most memorable Reggae concert experience.  Also, she describes the important role that reggae has played in her life.  
 
We also talk about her podcast, “In My Head with Jay Blessed” and recent live podcast experience in New York.
 
Jay gives advice to those who are dealing with backlash from implementing boundaries to protect their mental health
 
Learn more about Jay Blessed.