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Showing posts with label Jamaica. Show all posts
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Monday, April 4, 2022

[Sneak Peak][New Music Video] Skaii D Limit Phenomenal

Sneak Peak

BY B.O.S.S. Radio and Southside Boss Connection

Skaii D Limit New Music Video Tune In Below

Skaii D Limit, has been blessing B.O.S.S. Radio with new content as she is possibly be the hardest working Reggae Artist in Dancehall. Filled with Ambition and Driven by Purpose, she continues to top previous projects as if she was just getting started. After this sneak peak checkout her interviews with Mr. E below. But, without further ado, from her newest project Phenomenal:

See More Videos Here.

Sunday, October 17, 2021

[Live Interview] Roya reggae artist tells us why Believing in yourself matters

 Roya Live on B.O.S.S. Radio

Starting as a youth, singing was a fundamental right that Roya exercise with no prejudice. Built into the key cornerstones of her DNA, the natural talent she possesses has propelled her into a journey of music and influence. And, even though she was faced with challenges, she continued to believe in herself.

From a youth, Roya was known to have an exceptional voice and talent that would lead her to sucess and with the help of her family particularly her older brother, she began to make waves. We love the way she talks about believing in one self. Listen below to hear how she did it and learn who the next to multitalented artist will be on the scene.


Tuesday, July 13, 2021

[Live Interview] I-Octane World Renowned Reggae Artists

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 me is to high... no ones expectation of anyone should never be high," he responded. "You like multiple colors, you like multiple artists, Yes I am one of your favorite artists, but you like artist that do dancehall music and do x rated music culture music Pop music Soul Music gospel music. so, if you like multiple things why do you... expect me to be one dimensional?"

You definitely need to tune in below to hear the whole interview on B.O.S.S. Radio

Monday, July 12, 2021

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

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...

Thursday, May 13, 2021

Aaron Silk on B.O.S.S. Radio

Aaron The Rod

Recording Reggae artist Aaron Silk - Floyd Smith aka “Aaron Silk” was born on January 10, in a humble community called Downs in Manchester. A graduate of Holmwood Technical High School, Aaron majored in Electrical Engineering but music was always his first love.

“Music is the rod and we are Moses, Music is the voice of his brother Aaron” Prophecies of Garnet Silk.

Aaron blessed us here at B.O.S.S. Radio with Positive Vybez as he sat down with Mr. E and discussed... pretty much a better world full of uplifting energy and peace of mind. We also discussed his up and coming EP in the works so, tune in below to get the details on when and where you can find this treasure of musical talent. 




Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Mr. Flava Stars on the Strip Showcase

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.

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

[Reggae] UNESCO: "...the music continues to act as a voice for all."

Reggae Music Makes it to the 

Global Culture Heritage List 

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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 changed, and the music continues to act as a voice for all." (source: UNESCO)

Check Out How The Whole UN Celebrates to Bob Marley's ONE LOVE 

With this being said, what does this say about Hip Hop? The core values are not represented anymore. As, Hip Hop used to be the art, now there are just a handful of artists who embody the core values. Save J. Cole and Kendrick Lamar, and now hopefully Meek Mill, not to many artists are socially aware on their album. Not like Public Enemy, Tupac, Fugees, and more that are even more qualified than the ones I mentioned. Is it safe to say that Hip Hop will never achieve this great reward as Reggae has received?

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