Bob Marley’s two eldest sons Ziggy and Stephen Marley star in John Varvatos’ sleek black-and-white Spring/Summer 2015 campaign.
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The Baltimore Center Stage will soon premiere their very own Bob Marley musical focused on the reggae icon’s life between 1975 and the tail-end of 1977.
“Unruly Boss” Popcaan covers FADER’s June/July 2014 Summer Music issue, where he speaks on his debut album, ‘Where We Come From.’
Major Lazer has dropped a new Diplo-directed video for “Lose Yourself” in 4k resolution (for whoever the hell can stream that), and the only thing that makes any sense is the four girls dancing in tiny matching outfits.
Shakira’s official music video for “Can’t Remember to Forget You,” featuring Rihanna may make you forget there’s even a song playing.
Instead of giving fans the expected seductive first collaboration, Shakira and Rihanna’s new single “Can’t Remember To Forget You” combines rock, reggae and heartbreak.
Damian “Jr Gong” Marley has premiered an explosive, first-time collaboration with fellow reggae star Sean Paul titled, “Riot.”
Kanye West’s controversial, chart-topping ‘Yeezus’ finds itself influenced by hardcore Jamaican dancehall mixed in with acid house, electro and industrial grind beats.
Snoop Lion and Miley Cyrus come together for a reggae-influenced “Ashtrays and Heartbreaks.”
Snoop Lion (Snoop Dogg) is all about the peace and non-violence on his new single, “No Guns Allowed,” which features Drake and Snoop’s daughter, Cori B.
Popcaan links up with Jamaican motorcycle crew, Crazy Bikerz, for his Dre Skull-produced “So We Do It” official video, filmed on location in Kingston.
Inspired by the late ’70s/early ’80s, Bruno Mars has released the official video for “Locked Out of Heaven.”
Diplo teams back up with photographer Shane McCauley for a new zine series entitled ‘Blow Your Head.’ Each volume of Blow Your Head explores a different country and musical genre. The first, Dancehall, takes us to Jamaica — Trenchtown to be exact — where they document the most cutting-edge music and dance with candid photographs.
NYC-based moombahton innovators Sazon Booya have been on a steady road to overdue recognition. From being featured in NY Lottery’s Cash Blast commercial, to a recent interview with Jay-Z’s Life + Times, the duo is propelling the genre into mainstream light.
Check out photos from the launch of Toronto’s Scotiabank Caribbean Carnival. As North America’s largest festival taking place now through August 5th, Toronto Carnival is a visual and auditory explosion of colorful exhibitions and pulsating rhythms of calypso, soca, reggae, hip-hop, chutney, steel pan and brass.
Dancehall producer Dre Skull has just dropped his latest riddim Kling Klang as a 6-track EP today on Mixpak! Recorded in Kingston, Jamaica earlier this year, Dre reconnected with heavyweights Beenie Man and Popcaan for Kling Klang, both of whom just hopped on his ‘Loudspeaker Riddum.’
Proving that hip-hop needs to seriously step its game up, Nas has released “The Don,” the newest track from his tenth studio album ‘Life Is Good.’
Melanie Fiona’s “4 AM” just got club approved with a hot new remix featuring dancehall veteran Sean Paul, produced by hitmaker Rico Love. We’re still patiently awaiting Melanie’s new album ‘The MF Life,’ now pushed to May 5th, 2012.
Must Have: ‘128 Beats Per Minute: Diplo’s Visual Guide to Music, Culture, and Everything in Between’
Diplo, world-renowned DJ, producer and cultural influencer, will soon release his first literary project entitled ‘128 Beats Per Minute: Diplo’s Visual Guide to Music, Culture, and Everything in Between.’ The book captures the DJ’s experiences over the course of seven years with photography by Shane Mccauley.
Leading the way in the UK bashment explosion with big big hits like his Summer smash “Call Mi A Yardie,” Stylo G recently stopped by UK’s Rinse FM.