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What Would You Do Podcast

What Would You Do Podcast
Find out how you would react in these wacked out and totally REAL scenarios

[Reggae Interview] Skaii D Limit Warrior for Women's Rights

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  Warrior for Women's Rights Outstanding Reggae Artist, Artistic beyond comparison, Female Activist.  Skaii D limit has taken purpose to her life that brings not only joy to our ears, but also awareness to the dramatic experiences some, if not most, women go through. "It is a very real topic, where I Live. I Live in Jamaica and alot of women have been killed by men... I feel like something needs to be done about it..." the Reggae singer announces. Starting at a young age, her music career blossomed into a Jamaican sensation. Releasing her first single this year, "No Love" took the reggae scene like a storm. So, her upcoming projects are highly anticipated.  Tune in below to hear her story and lets protect our women. https://www.instagram.com/skaiidlimit/  https://www.facebook.com/SkaiiDLimit/                                          

[Live Interview] I-Octane World Renowned Reggae Artists

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I-Octane Live on B.O.S.S. Radio Moods, the recent global release from I-Octane hit the ground running. It  debut at number two on the sales-driven US Current Reggae Albums Chart within a day of its release. So you know we had to get this reggae star on the air with us.  This is the fourth Top 10 entry for I-Octane. His previous efforts are 2012's  Crying to The Nation  and 2014's  My Journey  peaked at numbers six and eight, respectively. His 2018's  Love And Life  went as high as number three.  Listening to I-Octane, you can hear the experiences that he sings about are real life events. his new album Moods proves to be a personal album. 100% female oriented, this is the first time he has done a project of this magnitude. "I never came across this way... so this is one of my favorite," the reggae artist sounded with. We also had to ask him about the critics thoughts on the language of the album: "Those people do not believe in growth... there expectation for

[Live Interview] Jah Kooks Live on B.O.S.S. Radio

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Jah Kooks Live Jah Kooks is a Jamaican musician and performer. He was born on December 21, 1987 as Kenrick Graham and we here at B.O.S.S. Radio were blessed to have him join us by telephone to talk about his music, career, and life. He also tells us the story on how his name was created (very dual personality.) We discussed growing up in Portland Cottage Clarendon, Being inspired first by his school teachers to never give up, to performing in front of a plethora of fans. He broke down the meaning behind is chart topping record "Still A Hold It" and told us about more music in the making. The recording single “Still a hold it” was recorded and released in 2018, Produced by House Of Payne Empire Inc. Recently the song was revamped and has been playing on many radio stations Worldwide giving him a household name in the music industry. So, tune in turn up and zone out as we bring to you Mr. Jah Kooks... https://www.facebook.com/kenrich.graham http://www.houseofpayneempire.com/ ht

Don Dada South Africa's Rising Reggae Star

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Don Dada on B.O.S.S. Radio   Nesta Gibbons   aka  DON DADA was born for music. Named after the legendary Robert "Bob" Nesta Marley after his mother promised the legendary singer that she will name a child after him. It is eerie to think that he has followed a path seemed laid out for Don Dada by the infamous Bob Marley. Tune in below to here about his journey to becoming one of the top Reggae Artists to hit the scene in decades.   This track is a musical medicine offering to the people of Azania. An offering for the ones who were forced to exile at a young age due the brutal inhumane system of apartheid. For the exiled who couldn’t return home for decades. For the exiled who never got a chance to return home. For the mother’s and families who waited year after year for their loved ones.   This track is for the children who chose freedom over fear and liberation over oppression. This musical medicine is for the young people of today to know their history, honor their Ancesto