Babylon System - The Hammer
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Babylon System – The Hammer

When Reggae singers talk about “Babylon System” it is a non-specific dig at the Western superpowers who oppress others by way of neo-colonialism, economic warfare, guns/drugs flooding “urban” neighborhoods and the creation of ghettos. The […]

Opinion

Music Today: Fake Artists Are Making Real Money

As the music INDUSTRY moves further and further away from…. music, an interesting trend has emerged on the steaming services. According to an article on MusicBusinessWorldwide.com┬ánot only are fake artists emerging at an increasing rate; […]

History

The Disco / Reggae 1st Wave

Disco is the quintessential Dance music. In its early days the comparison to Reggae was virtually indistinguishable to the untrained ear. This entry touches on that affiliation. Cymande – Bra (1972) Before the name was […]

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Koffee – Burning

Get used to Koffee being covered extensively on this site. The teenaged Reggae phenom kicked in the doors of the music industry with a sharp, quick-witted delivery (which she credited in part to Chicago Reggae […]

Opinion

Nature of The Demon

Demons are compound thoughts. Natural fear folded over onto itself becomes anxiety. Natural anger becomes rage. Caution becomes paranoia. Desire becomes obsession. That’s why demons are so difficult to recognize. They masquerade as normal emotions, […]