Mit ‘Alborosie’ getaggte Beiträge

Just found this article about a Panel Discussion entitled “Escaping Roots of Extending Consciousness” that happend two days ago at the Liberty Hall in Downtown Kingston via

Last night at Liberty Hall in downtown Kingston there was a panel discussion entitled “Escaping Roots of Extending Consciousness”. The panelists were Terry Lynn, a Jamaican artist who has found inspiration in European electronic music, as well as Alborosie and Gentleman, European artists who have found inspiration in Jamaican music. Carolyn Cooper moderated the discussion, which had been organized by the folks behind the upcoming documentary Journey to Jah(it’s a film about the aforementioned Europeans and their connection to Jamaica).

The conversation was pretty interesting, with all three artists describing how they got their respective starts in music and how they feel that they’ve found their right outlet/niche. Terry Lynn spoke eloquently about the struggle for women in reggae and dancehall–she acknowledged a desire to talk about sex and relationships, but questioned why that has to be the main focus of a woman’s lyrics. After all, she said, women head up the first institutions of the world–families–so women have a fair bit of insight on everything from finance to fairness.

Head over to Soundclash to read the whole story.

Amazing Remix to Amy Winehouse‘ Hit Half Time with an additional Puppa Albo Verse.

Californian Reggae Artist Jah Sun is finally about to drop his long awaited debut album Battle the Dragon this spring!

The album is produced by Special Delivery Music from France and will also feature productions from the Far East Band and Dynasty Records.

DJ Child of Project Groundation did a Preview Mix of the Album Tunes which you can check via Youtube.

Sounds good!

10min. Clip of Alborosies Live Show in Luxembourg at the Kulturfabrik yesterday evening.

Big up Tinoselecta for uploading it.


Ojt, from the mighty Treva Massive Sound outta Trier, just sended the Download-Links to the recording of the Live Show, which he recorded with a mic from the audience. [25 min | 49 MB | VBR 259 kbps] [51 min | 104 MB | VBR 270 kbps] [1 h 17 min | 154 MB | VBR 268 kbps]

Dellé, one of the three Seeed Frontmen, just covered the old Frankie goes to Hollywood Hit „The Power of Love“ on the Hooded Claw Riddim, which was produced by cologne-based musician Guido Craveiro.

And because the Riddim is really great, it got voiced by Alborosie, Luciano, Louie Culture, Gyptian and Doctah Chando too.

Please check the Megamix!

Hooded Claw Megamix

EDIT: Here is the Video for Power of Love