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With their career start in the Sound System era, these two artists have been groomed to understand the truances of the riddim, and deliver songs that match the music.
Fans from the mature and younger generation attended and enjoyed every moment. I remember when these songs came out like it was yesterday, and here I am an old woman still grooving! If artists are here, they got a great lesson tonight in delivering a good stage performance! For date inquiries, or to book your event contact https: Popcaan — Nah Idle 2.
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OMI — Seasons R. SteffyT Things are getting soooo hawt! Over the past few months I have become familiar with several Dancehall Queens d right now, and it is absolutely amazing to see what these young ladies can do. They are getting women moving an dence to try new moves. Music and bond us and yet we always find ways of destroying its true essence. If you can walk, you can dance.
When it comes to the runway … well … you know how that goes. Music is a must!
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Today, we are doing that! The Irie Jam team chose the now Super Star Kranium as one of their musical guests to entertain the 3, plus audience who know the fine detail of fashion.
On an average weekend, almost half a million customers choose Roosevelt Mall for their Fashion and household needs. When you look at international fashion or listen to mainstream music, there is no question about the influence we see on the runway which comes from our Caribbean culture. I believe being positive and never giving up on our dreams is how every woman should live her life Sequins in fashion is still a hot trend for the fall season and Linston has her finger on the pulse!
The designer has created glitz and glamour with style; creations that transcend from business casual to red carpet glamour. If you still think that sequins are only good for a night out, then Diane Linston, creative director of Style of Imagination Inc. The Styles of Imagination collection is carried by fifteen retail boutiques throughout the United States; and the brand offers two collections for the style conscious shopper. By never giving up on my dream to launch my fashion line, I now create fashion designs that are uplifting and sophisticated for the everyday woman.
For me being creative is healing. Rock a sequins or rhinestone top that is moderately price, and easily match it with a basic or classic bottom piece without over spending. The NGU collection also includes denim suites and separates that are stylish and sophisticated for women ages twenty-five through sixty years of age.
A sophisticated woman who wears NGU never gives up. And neither will those flirtatious guys. She has given the world music to alleviate stress while being the ultimate cheerleader; encouraging one and all to go for their goals. Put on those hiking boots…! Climb is a unique title. The album is called Climb, and it is speaking to an individual in the world who might find them selves to be down, and in need of strength.
This album helps them pick themselves up and move on. This is what we do with music.
Are you musically asking us to embrace wisdom? Through it all, our elders lived it. My Grandmother died at the age of 94, so she was around for all of us, and she managed to raise us to respect us, to live within our means, to not be careless and to love ourselves.
Some young people are not taught by their parents to respect their elders so there is a disconnect with the wisdom from the elders to the youth. Fans want to know; did the riddim come first then the lyrics, or the lyrics first then the riddim? It was the riddim that came first. When I was listening to the riddim, I noticed it had this country feeling; the way the bass line drops, the way the riddim drops, it gives you this orginal-ness; original feeling and vibe.
Some of these views really need to be heard. Lyrically and visually feel you have restored the Love between Man and Woman. This song also came from the riddim which flows differently. We do have Trueversations where we sit and talk and forget about the time.
This year you had another outstanding performance at Rebel Salute! What do you feel when you experience that? People fly in from all over the world; people drive from far, and when they come, they come in numbers. Whether they heard me from day one, or they have just learned about me, they have come for a reason and that reason is the music.
Now, in that place, it becomes a conversation between me and my fans. It is an escape for them. When people have that escape, it gives them courage to want to do more and to do better. You are everywhere at the same time. Is this heavy for you … being called on to that extent?
I am so humbled you really have no idea. At the end of the day, my Father is Derrick Morgan, living legend, greatest of them all. As you mention Aleppo and Black Loves Matter, recent acts in Jamaica has finally caught the attention of the masses.
This is not a new phenomenon. What we try to do is to be there like the church. The church might be empty, and the Pastor having sex with 15 year olds, but what the church represents is that God watches over everything that we do. There is a supreme being there who gives us the option to do the right or wrong things. We have a choice. We know that once it goes out, the people can act on it at some point. To balance this topic, we know that Jamaica is not all bad.
What are 3 great things about Jamaica?! The natural Love would be number one. The natural love of people — we love each other.
Two is our ability to unite and be supportive when we get the support. Three … we can survive off of nothing at all. We have that ability and have seen it for centuries and for generations.
It builds up the community. A car company can release a brand new car that no one knows about, and Jamaicans will put their vibes on it, and all of a sudden everyone in the world wants that car, even though they had never heard of that car before.
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We make something out of nothing and that is one of the greatest things about us as a people. If they invest in the people of Jamaica, we can become a hub … the hub … that the world has to come to.
We are a great people. Social media has become crucial for artists to connect with fans and for fans to connect with artists. Girl there is so much. That person is telling me something really positive. I was in Ft. Lauderdale the other day and I met a young lady in a mall who was selling items from L3 Magazine March, ft.
She looked across and saw me, and began to run towards me and cry. She listens to it every morning before she drives out. It inspires her to this day. My music has to be that answer or that comfort or that inspira tion. What general advice can you give our readers on Life, Love and Lyrics? On Life … the greatest gift given and received is life. We should be more humble, grateful, appreciative towards life. Love is so easy a word to use, but we need to love ourselves and our being first before we can love another.
We need to break that word down and really understand what it is, then apply it to friendship, romantically, professionally etc. Can we give that to ourselves or to others when that time comes? Love is what pulls us out of that place. It is needed and we must be connected to the true meaning. Lyrics are simply that. Those words are power.
On stage, she is this powerhouse of energy with an obvious passion for her Art which is music. Offstage she is a humble Sistar, Daughter, Mother — a Beautiful Soul who simply does what she needs to do to live a good, honest life whilst she continues to grow in the music industry.
Cassandra has an incredible story. Meet the woman behind the music…. Thank you for taking the time to share your thoughts with L3 Magazine.
As an outsider looking in, it seems as though you came to the industry as a tree, not as a seed who became a tree. Was music always in your background? From the age of 5 I was writing and singing songs in my bedroom.
By the age of 15 I was offered a 5 album record contract that was linked to Arista Records which my mother turned down. My confidence took a real battering after this and I stopped performing and hid in the studio. Far too much of our music has come to serve disturbed scoundrels of both genders with calculated positions that corrupt, manipulate and seed chaos.
Crude objectification of women is rationalized by academics who ought to know better. Yet, despite this chaotic milieu that threatens dominance, Queen Ifrica makes the conscious choice to forego the beguiling bling of the valley of the shadow of death.
She chooses her culture path that reinforces her values that are informed by self love and high self regard. All aspects of the new album, the lyrics, vocals, backing, sound quality, production are marked by exquisite taste and quality.
The lyrics, riddim, vocals combine to one drop the stinking irony that is Montego Bay, the full hundred. In the end, Montego Bay is a universal lamentation for justice. Coconut Shell is no ordinary herbalist anthem. It is a fresh and innovative Satta riddim that rocks herbalists and non-herbalists alike.
This is why the qualifier, Once the rules remain the same repeats and repeats for all who have ears to hear. The deceptively simple love tune, "Far Away" is a deceptively celebrates seduction and feminine guile that men find irresistible. The tenderness, yearning, enticing, implicit promise…. Notice that nothing is explicit yet everything is said.
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This is an area of research that academics could contribute something worthwhile. Help us understand whether these generational relationships are predictors for professionalism and conscious riddims. Maybe they are, maybe not.
The Kemar McGregor produced, worldwide hit, Daddy is not just a lament and revelation. It is a call to action against malevolence and the culture of silence that abets it.
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With this song, the girl-child has come to know that she is as sick as her deepest secret and so she is compelled to tell on you - Daddy I swear…and so she finds healing and becomes whole with this bawling out. The story teller knows the secret power of words to heal and to bring freedom. Solemn and sad Streets are Bloody reminds me of Simone and Makeba.
Thank you Queen Ifrica and your collaborators. Thank you especially Mr. Tony Rebel with all the honours.