4 episodes

DJ and radio announcer Jesse I presents a series of raw and unedited interviews with some of the biggest names and most interesting personalities in reggae and dancehall history, spanning the last three decades.

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DJ and radio announcer Jesse I presents a series of raw and unedited interviews with some of the biggest names and most interesting personalities in reggae and dancehall history, spanning the last three decades.

    004 - Seanizzle (2018)

    004 - Seanizzle (2018)

    An interview with Jamaican dancehall producer Sean "Seanizzle" Reid. Recorded in Kingston, Jamaica, July 2018. Topics include his start in production, early riddim releases, the amazing story of the Rum and Red Bull riddim, handling industry pressure, the business side of production, the transition from selling music on vinyl to digital downloads and streaming, artists he particularly enjoys working with, changes in the sound and styles in dancehall music, and other influences.

    • 28 min
    003 - Lucky Dube (2000)

    003 - Lucky Dube (2000)

    An interview with one of the true legends of African reggae music, the late Lucky Dube. Recorded in March 2000 ahead of his Australian tour.

    • 23 min
    002 - Big Youth (2003)

    002 - Big Youth (2003)

    An interview with original Rasta deejay Big Youth, recorded in Kingston, Jamaica, in 2003.

    • 55 min
    001 - Cornel Campbell (2003)

    001 - Cornel Campbell (2003)

    An interview with veteran reggae singer Cornel Campbell, recorded in Kingston, Jamaica, in 2003.

    • 40 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
10 Ratings

10 Ratings

Dane Sinclair ,

For any deep reggae lover tune in

It’s hard to find in depth and personal interviews in Australia with deep rooted Reggae and Jamaican legends, this was really cool to hear.
Jesse i is becoming the Australian Roger Steffens 🤘🏼✌🏼
Keep it all coming mate, thanks for keeping it alive.

Lilli48 ,

Love it

I've enjoyed Jesse's interviews on PBS for many years, and I'm looking forward to revisiting some of those, as well as hearing new ones.

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