In April 2013, we shot the very first episode of Wha’ Gwaan Munchy?!? with Kumar in Dortmund, Germany. The following years we produced shows in places like the snowy Austrian Alps or the blazing Florida heat. We have been invited to the homes of Alborosie and Inner Circle, and we were welcomed at the legendary 56 Hope Road in Kingston by Julian Marley. We filmed at festivals like Afrika Tage in Germany, Rebel Salute in Jamaica, and One Love Sound Fest in Poland. Twice we shot episodes on water: once in a boat on lake Fühlinger with the Jugglerz, and once on the Welcome To Jamrock Reggae Cruise in international waters somewhere between Miami and Montego Bay. We had not only singers but also musicians such as Notis, producers like Rory Stone Love, or comedians Twin of Twins as guests. Some of them like Marcia Griffiths and Christopher Martin joined the show unplanned just by randomly being on the scene, and Ganjaman transformed from camera man into interview guest in Jahcoustix’ episode. We never did a show with a sports personality but had ski hikers, swimmers, and surfers appearing in some. Our most frequent guest was Kabaka Pyramid, the most clicked one Popcaan, and the last thus far Koffee.
After a stunning and energetic performance at Summerjam Festival she joined Wha’ Gwaan Munchy?!? backstage to openly, jovial, and genuinely talk about her personality, the relationship with her mom, and the upcoming debut album. Besides more impressions from Summerjam like Popcaan’s live performance the 50th episode includes more news from Yellowman and his daughter K’reema, and of course we compliment another celebratee: Reggaeville is now 10 years old – on July 1, 2009 the website kicked off! Happy Anniversaries to all of us! Thank you for watching, clicking, reading, liking, sharing, supporting, and loving the music that unites us all!