Walshy Fire: No Negative Vibes

Our special guest is Walshy Fire from Major Lazer. 

We enjoyed reasoning with someone that AGARD and I have known for decades. Before the podcasts, and before all the fame. If you’re not familiar with Walshy Fire I don’t know what rock you’ve been under. He has been everywhere in the world to deejay. 

Walshy Fire talked about the state of the culture. We commented on dancehall, reggae, and business. We talked about soundclash and life in general. We didn’t get into a lot of his background. If you want to check into his background, he’s done many interviews in the past. If you’re looking for that go check out this spot

During this conversation, we checked in and started shooting from the hip. The session was militant, and energetic, which is a good combination.

Walshy Fire Reasoning

  • How quarantine has changed life.
  • The soundtrack to the revolution.
  • Soundclash.com and the Quarantine Clash series.
  • Upcoming Major Lazer albums, artists, and mixtapes.
  • The “Customized Years” book.
  • The energy of nightlife versus day parties.
  • Influencers standing against destructive music.
  • The end of “niggering.”
  • Highlights for 2020 so far.

Buzzworthy, Tastemaker, and Soundclash Update

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FULL SHOW NOTES

Beenie Man vs. Bounty Killer

A complete break down of the epic Beenie Man vs. Bounty Killer IG Live event presented by @VerzuzTV.

 

Also, in this episode, our season finale:

  • The drama between Swiss Beats, Tony Matterhorn, and Majah Hype.
  • Reflections on the life and legacy of fallen reggae icon, record producer, and audio engineer, Bobby Digital.
  • What we’re listening to for Summer 2020.
  • Reasons for the absence of Spotify in Jamaica.
  • Quarantine Clash Semi-Finals

 

 

 

 

The Fans are the Real Winners

AGARD goes solo talking about the Soundclash.com Quarantine Clash tournament, Dexta Daps’ release from prison, Lila Ike’s upcoming EP, and more.

 

 

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The Producers

A talented group of Reggae producers has been spreading the culture worldwide without necessarily getting their due fanfare.  Many listeners may not know who is responsible for the songs and riddims they enjoy listening to. 

 

Some Jamaican hitmakers are even infiltrating other genres and collaborating with the biggest names in music.  We highlighted some producers who have shined with successful records but have remained behind the scenes.    

Buzzworthy:

  • Kool Herc appears at the Jamaica Music Conference.  Plans to open a museum in Kingston. 
  • Pharell Williams of the Neptunes in the studio working on music with Buju Banton.

Tastemaker:

Baby Come Take It – Anthony Malvo ft. Buju Banton

Soundclash Update:

  • King AP enters 1,2,3 Badda Dan clash tournament.
  • AGARD sounds off on King Addies vs. Stone Wall.

 

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Reggae is for the children

Research shows that children who listen to reggae and classical music are more likely to become open-minded.  We examine these findings.

 

Buzzworthy:

  • Bounty Killer gives a talk on avoiding domestic violence.
  • Koffee continues to garner media attention plus other industry trends. 

Tastemaker:

Soundclash Update:

  • NJ Cup Clash with Soul Supreme defeating King Shine.  The fallout from the clash. 
  • Will there be a Little Shabba v Jimmy Spliff?
  • Will we see Dynamq vs Notorious? 
  • NY Clash Sound Top 5, then and now. 
  • Atlanta Clash Sound Top 5. 
  • Soul Supreme vs Innocent (upcoming clash). 
  • Liv Sound back on the road.
  • Supreme Sound wins Put Up or Shut Up tournament in ATL.

Main Segment:

New Study finds Children Who Listen To Reggae Grow to be More Open-Minded as Adults.  Exposure to different genres during youth leads to a more diverse palette. Children who attend live music gigs early in life are more open to new activities and seek out live music events later on.  Why reggae is so great.  Sharing childhood experiences with music.

 

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