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Top 5 Dancehall Riddim
We present to you with another TOP 5. We discussed our favorite Dancehall riddim and its impact on us growing up. This was maybe the hardest top 5 for us because there are so many great Dancehall riddims to choose from. Let's know what you think about our Top 5 riddim. #jamaicanstateofmind
Top 5 Dancehall Artist
We are back and with our first Top 5 episode. In this episode we discuss our Top 5 Favorite Dancehall Artists and why they are in our Top 5. Check out and let us know if it's solid or not or we still living in the past. Listen and enjoy.
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Dancehall music Mix (early 2000's)
This one is a bonus! Enjoy this mix while we work on some episodes. This is an early 2000's dancehall mix with some of my favorite riddims and artists.
The following riddims are included in the Mix in order;
Buy out Riddim, Chiney Gal Riddim, Energy Riddim, Hurricane Riddim, Headache 2 Riddim,
Heavy Metal Riddim, Kiki Riddim, Egyptian Riddim, and Mexican Riddim.
The Mix featuring the following artists; Sean Paul, Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Spragga Benz, Wayne wonder, TOK, Mr. Easy, Capleton, Elephant Man, Sizzla, Baby Cham, Mad Anju, Wayne Marchall, Buju Banton, Vybz Kartel, Assassin, and Many more.
I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO ANY OF THIS MUSIC! This is for entertainment purposes only.
On this episode, I was joined by Lori from the Current Tingz blog. We discussed several topics from the Shacarri incident that led to the Twitter beef between Jamaicans and African Americans. According to some Black Americans, being Jamaican, you can't be Black, so discussed this in dept. Lori also gave her view on the current music and why she is still a big fan of the old school, even though she is from the younger generation. Please listen and enjoy!
Reggae Music Forever
We were joined by a special guest Shawn from the Reggae Talk podcast and the Reggae Music Forever blog. We spoke about the current state of Dancehall on the evolution of the music. Shawn also gave us is taking on the current topic of Dancehall being blame for the violence in Jamaica. We got into how Reggae Music Forever came about, the current state of the Reggae Talk Podcast, and much more. Please and enjoy.
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Outside wi seh with OutdoorJamaican
We were joined by Eliha Perez, also known as OutdoorJamaican. Eliha is an outdoorsman, a survivalist, a camper, a hiker, a hunter, and a nature lover. We spoke about how he got into this way of life and some of his experiences while out in the wild traveling across the USA. It a very interesting listen, so enjoy it.
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As a podcaster and Jamaican as well I've been looking for a conversation that still makes me feel connected to my roots. The real conversation never pulls up.
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Hey Nick you have no idea how much I enjoy listening to your podcast. As a Jamaican living abroad I’m always trying to find that connection to home but with a perspective that spans the waters.
Keep up the good work man! Respect!
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