To commemorate the 35th anniversary of Bob Marley and The Wailer’s Legend album, Island Records and the Marley family have decided to release a visual update for “Satisfy My Soul,” which was originally featured on the 1984 album.
With 28 million worldwide sales, Legend remains the best selling reggae album of all time and will be rereleased on vinyl on June 14.
There’s a thin line between troll and budding new rapper on social media.
Videos of Los Angeles-based rapper Blueface rapping offbeat have been making their rounds and for quite a while, I avoided actually listening to his music. I watched a clip of his video for “Thotiana” featuring YG, I didn’t hate it and after watching him on the Breakfast Club, I now understand the allure of his charm.
As noted in the interview, Blueface hasn’t been rapping for very long and like many other newcomers, he never really took rapping seriously. Among the wave of DIY rappers, he’s still developing as an artist and if nothing else, he has charisma.
After causing quite a stir with speculation that she may have bleached her skin, a common occurrence in Jamaican culture, dancehall artist Spice recently appeared on the Breakfast Club.
During the interview, Spice explained the meaning behind her buzz worthy video for “Black Hypocrisy.” In the video and other photos posted on social media, the “So Mi Like It” singer appeared in whiteface while addressing colorism in the black community in Jamaica and abroad. She also broke down some patois sayings and discussed her stint on Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta.