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Expression Wednesdays

Hi Everyone! Today we have “Kaught Up” by Kabaka Pyramid. This is the third single from his forthcoming debut album, Kontraband. No but… this song makes me want someone to sing to me though, or rap… I ain’t mind. Kabaka sings and also raps to […]

Expression Wednesdays

Hi Everyone! The new releases are coming too fast, I will not complain though, every week I have something new to share with you. Today I bring to you “Can’t Breathe” by Kabaka Pyramid. The wordsmith sings not only about the “mental pollution” that we […]

Expression Wednesdays

New music alert!!!! June has been such a great month, Protoje released his album, Royalty Free, which I spoke about last week. This week I bring to you Kabaka Pyramid’s mixtape by Major Lazer, Accurate; and Xana Romeo’s mixtape by Yaadcore, Mercy Please. Take your time, and enjoy.

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All three projects are available for download, free of cost. Oh! and remember July 1st is International Reggae Day.

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Ancient Future Live

Shell Band Stand of Hope Gardens | Kingston, Jamaica If you neva know that I love Protoje, you must be new to my blog lol. He’s one of my fave muses. So after I missed Dubwise Jamaica in December and nearly bawl, I not so […]

Stopping By

Hello Everyone 🙂 Still in the tax time struggles, I’m very busy but I’m stopping by to say hi 🙂 (and to boast a little.) Last night I went to Protoje’s launch of his 3rd album “Ancient Future”   Well I’m not here to tarry, […]

Live From Kingston

I’m happy to say last year I went to both shows of Protoje’s bi-annual concert, Live from Kingston. I went to the December show as celebration for my birthday 😀 so I’m gonna fling quite a bit of selfies in here, I was feeling myself 🙂

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The December edition of Live from Kingston was at the Shell Band stand in Hope Gardens. Once again we decided to be early  but this concert was well awaited so I didn’t mind being early 😀

When we arrived a good amount of people had already arrived, the stage wasn’t raised off the ground like I expected, so we just filled into the space in the semi-circle the crowd formed around the stage. To our enjoyment one of the first things the host said when she came on stage was to come closer to the stage, we’re to feel the sweat droplets of the performers lol, so we went as close to the stage as possible, i.e. pressed against the speakers at the front.  (more…)

Kelissa Live!

To find something to wear! I ran through my closet, in my head, trying to find the best pick. The scrolling stopped and my thoughts gathered, I got it! I had to be prepared for the freezing night air on Jack’s Hill a.k.a. Reggae Mountain. […]