Christopher Ellis – The Calm Before the Storm
Mar04
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Christopher Ellis Launches Here We Are Tour in London
Feb20

Christopher Ellis Launches Here We Are Tour in London

This weekend, Christopher Ellis is set to launch the Here We Are tour here in London with an epic show at Camden’s Jazz Cafe. On the night he will perform a series of tracks from his own growing catalogue, alongside our favourites from his late father Alton Ellis. Although the Ghetto Youths signed artist does enjoy stepping outside of the box when it comes to some of his music, an evening of sweet reggae music and enjoyment is...

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A Souled Out Trip For Jhene in London
Feb11

A Souled Out Trip For Jhene in London

Ingesting the beauty of the present moment, Jhene performed to the best crowd on the tour as she delivered a trip to remember. Monday night’s sold out show at the 02 Shepherds Bush Empire concluded the London leg of Jhene Aiko’s Trip tour, as she brought life to her most recent album and short film, with an impressive all female line-up featuring Avonlea and IAMDDB.  Having not performed in the city for a while, Jhene laid down...

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An Epic Weekend at Barbados Hennessy Artistry 2016
Nov30

An Epic Weekend at Barbados Hennessy Artistry 2016

Towards the end of 2016, I travelled to Barbados to experience one of the island’s most anticipated events of the year – the Barbados Hennessy Artistry. This annual event celebrates Caribbean music and culture, consistently featuring the very best Reggae, Dancehall, and RnB artists from across the Caribbean and USA. In previous years, the show has seen performances from the likes of Jah Cure, Popcaan, and Keyshia Cole, and...

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A Day At The Championships, Wimbledon 2017
Jul22
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I-Wayne & Dexta Daps Bring The Heat to Meltdown Festival
Jun30

I-Wayne & Dexta Daps Bring The Heat to Meltdown Festival

Bringing the sounds of Reggae and Dancehall all the way from Jamaica to M.I.A.’s Meltdown Festival, I-Wayne and Dexta Daps took to the stage in the world famous Royal Festival Hall on Thursday 15th June 2017. With the a clear contrast between I-Wayne’s conscious Rastafarian messages, and Dexta Daps being one of Dancehall’s most controversial artists of the moment owing to his sexually explicit short film Intro, it was great to see...

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