B.O.S.S. Radio Presents Pow Lenn Live Southside Bosses was honored to host Pow Lenn, Reggae Artist from the Islands. He Chops it up with Mr. E about his Inspiration for his son Wata Gwaan (Whats Going On?) He talks of his friend going thru trying times, his background with Reggae, his on going negotiations with Hostel Records and the UN Cultural Heritage list, "It's good, but people who really listen to reggae don't really dwell on that. They still have to feed their face." Bringing it back full circle to the core of Reggae: The struggle and how to love life. So tune in now and here Wata Gwaan , What's going on?
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Stars of the Strip Music Showcase Mr. Flava is set to turn up on the stage. Along with a myriad of other guests, Mr. Flava has been invited to bring some of the best reggae music the island of Jamaica has been proud to conceive. He has been on the scene for a hot minute so this doesn't come as a surprise to Jamaican Reggae fans, and has been honestly yearned for on the underground circuit. Mr. Flava was recently a guest on B.O.S.S. Radio and the listeners responded by making his the number one episode on Reggae Hour. Make sure you are there to See this great performance.
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Reggae Music Makes it to the Global Culture Heritage List Bob Marley would be so proud of the child he helped raise, Reggae. UNESCO, on November 29th 2018, included Reggae Music of Jamaica on the Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity. Olivia Grange, Jamaica's Minister of Culture, Gender and Entertainment applied earlier this year and she has been victorious. What Exactly does this mean? Well, that's above our expertise so we will let the Website Reggaeville explain but one thing I do know is that with the new inclusion, Reggae music will be protected by the UN on the grounds of "Its contribution to international discourse on issues of injustice, resistance, love and humanity underscores the dynamics of the element as being at once cerebral, socio-political, sensual and spiritual. The basic social functions of the music – as a vehicle for social commentary, a cathartic practice, and a means of praising God – have not chan