It started as an impromptu, unrehearsed, dynamic live stage performance by Paul Wayne, Ragga Lox and the Sanghatone Band. The performance takes place at the famous Shrine in Harlem New York hosted by Natty Dreadz Promotionz. The moment was captured and then set to animation in Jamaica by Richard Paisley and Alwayne Harrison…a tribute to Sugar Minott and original authentic dancehall reggae music…..the video’s humorous narrative references many social issues still afflicting our society alongside Spliff Bull. An original creative spin on a great reggae classic …Enjoy!
Dancehall Reggae fans are wondering if the recent arrest of top deejay Alkaline was a publicity stunt orchestrated by his management team. Jamaican entertainers have become notorious for pulling the most ridiculous of stunts in […]
Jamaicans love their reggae and dancehall music. They should, reggae is great music, likewise her younger offspring dancehall. This little island has created such a huge musical genre that transcends all borders and boundaries. However, […]