The second editon of Noisey Jamaica is a look into the revolutionary new young reggae movement led by charismatic artists like Chronixx and Jesse Royal. Presented by Major Lazer’s Walshy Fire and also featuring controversial new dancehall artists like Alkaline, Noisey Jamaica travels from downtown to the beaches to report on one of the most exciting periods in Jamaica’s rich musical history, including a look at the influence of Vybz Kartel, currently incarcerated for murder.
The early days of Public Enemy are examined by Russell Simmons and Rick Rubin in the new video clip, the third in a series examining the early days of Def Jam. With the aid of Elliott Wilson, the pair talk about Chuck D’s time with Spectrum City, the formation of the concept of Public Enemy, and the incendiary nature of their thought-provoking lyrics.
Coming THIS FALL 2014 on SLAMjamz distributed by SPITdigital ..EASY MO BEE …And You Don’t Stop INSTRUMENTAL Album
This is a song dedicated to one of my best friends Earl. I love and miss him so much my heart hurts. He passed today.
I sat down wit Rock of Heltah Skeltah to get his take on touring with The Bootcamp Clik, being away from family and whats the deal with the mask.