Tag: Jamaican culture

  • Reggae Without Lyrics

    “One good thing about music is when it hits you feel no pain”   Reggae is…. Indescribable. It is a musical language born from a people who had no voice, people who were the downtrodden of society and cast aside. In the history of Jamaica, you will find Reggae has a prominent part to play […]

  • Expression Wednesdays

    Hi Everyone 🙂 Since this is the week following Hero’s Day, I decided to show you a part of Jamaica’s culture; a music genre born here, Dancehall. The song for today is “Needle Eye” by Spice, this is a Gyal Chune, which simply means it’s a song (tune) made for the ladies to show off their dancing […]

  • Things we love about Jamaican Culture

    Hiya 🙂 I did a small survey, I asked people I’m friends with on facebook “What’s their favourite thing about Jamaican Culture?” and when I tallied the results, the food and the music were the most loved things, followed by our vibes and kindness/carefree attitude. Here’s what we love about our Jamaican Culture: