Straight back from South Africa Gentleman made his way to the Keep It Real Jam in the rural South of Germany, to be a guest at Wha’ Gwaan Munchy?!?. In an in-depth interview he reveals his experiences and challenges as part of the tv show Sing Meinen Song, what releases to expect from him throughout the year, and who will join him on his final MTV Unplugged Tour in December. Just wrapping up his Europe tour is Assassin aka Agent Sasco, that we share live impressions of, while the Reggaeville Easter Special is yet to come. Protoje gives us a little teaser for it. And of course, new albums are out by artists such as Talisman, the Kingston All-Stars and iLLBiLLY HiTEC.
Even after seven years the readers of Riddim magazine voted Reggaeville as their favorite website. The entire team is extremely happy about the recognition, appreciation and loyalty! We will do our very best to serve our fellow Reggae fans continuously, for another seven and hopefully even more years.
Because she wanted her message of peace, unity and acceptance to reach more people than the congregation, Jamaican singer Kristine Alicia moved from Gosepl to Reggae music. Now she just released her first Roots record, produced by Rory Stone Love, and spoke to me about her works and philosophies for my article in the recent issue 88 of Riddim magazine. As Bunny Wailer is approaching his 70th earthstrong he is building the bridge between music and spirituality and told David Katz about his past as well as his future plans. And cover artist Samory-I reasoned with Ellen Köhlings and Pete Lilly about the release of his upcoming debut and the faith, that made him become the vocalist he is today. All these and many more intriguing stories and articles our now out to get at your news stand or faster and more convenient with a subscription of Riddim.
After Steffi Dance and I turned the High Power Radio hosts Sensay and Theo into ladies men and women whisperer, the two sound men can’t just live without our support again. Titten, Thesen, Temperamente (Tits, Theses, Temperaments) is bursting with girl power and now a regular on the monthly radio show. We deal with everything that is relevant to modern Dancehall Queens – while the kings are invited to listen carefully, too.