Roger Steffens on Bob Marley: One Love Movie
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1w ago
Roger Steffens on Bob Marley: One Love Movie and Reggae's US$2 Million Archives. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/worldmusicviews/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/worldmusicviews/support ..read more
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Colin Gayle Co-Founder and CEO of Africa Creative Agency
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by WMV Media
1M ago
Colin Gayle is the manager of Grammy Winning South African star Tyla. He is a Jamaican who found success in the music business working with acts like Kenny Lattimore, Jazzy Jeff, Jill Scott 50 Cent and more. Colin Gayle has over 25 years in the business and is a Co-Founder and CEO of Africa Creative Agency. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/worldmusicviews/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/worldmusicviews/support ..read more
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Musical Youth Still Passing The Dutchie 42 Years Later
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4M ago
In 1982, Grammy nominated reggae band Musical Youth achieved global success with their hit “Pass The Dutchie,” a song based on The Mighty Diamonds’ “Pass The Kouchie.” Three decades later, members Dennis Seaton, Michael Grant, Kelvin Grant, Frederick Waite Junior (Junior Waite), and a representative of Patrick Waite’s estate initiated legal proceedings in 2004 against their lawyers according to court documents obtained by WMV. This, after losing a previous dispute stemming from a 1984 agreement outlining the division of royalties between the owners of the copyright in ..read more
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RZA AS BOBBY DIGITAL 25TH ANNIVERSARY SPECIAL
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5M ago
RZA’s debut studio album, "Bobby Digital in Stereo," was executive produced by music mogul turned hotelier Jon Baker. Released on his Gee Street label 25 years go on November 24, 1998. It’s a superhero experimental concept album based on a story featuring RZA rhyming as an alter-ego named ‘Bobby Digital’: The name that had be cleared by the Jamaican dancehall and reggae producer most famous for making the "Dem Bow" beat that started Reggaeton. "Bobby Digital in Stereo" is certified Gold on February 5, 1999, by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for selling 500,000 units ..read more
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‘Year-End’ Reggae Charts
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5M ago
Bob Marley Tops Billboard’s 2023 ‘Year-End’ Reggae Charts—For Fourth Year In A Row. Read more on worldmusicviews.com --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/worldmusicviews/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/worldmusicviews/support ..read more
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Forensic Musicologist Brian McBrearty Discuss Steely & Clevie Copyright Lawsuit Against Reggaeton Genre
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by WMV Media
7M ago
Forensic Musicologist Brian McBrearty says he believes the copyright lawsuit filed by Steely and Clevie against the reggaeton community is silly and has no basis. The riddim making duo submitted a copyright documents for the 1990s dancehall hit song “Dem Bow” by Shabba Ranks in a Los Angeles Court, but Brian, speaking exclusively with WMV says that will not be enough to stake claim over and entire genre even if the riddim is similar to "Dem Bow" genre songs. A California judges set to decide if the case will go to jury on Thursday September 22 based on eviden ..read more
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Julian Marley
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7M ago
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Afrofuture Promoter Abdul Karim Abdullah Says Jamaican Artists Should Expand Their Audience beyond Reggae
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11M ago
From World Music Views: His name is Abdul Karim Abdullah, founder and CEO of Afrofuture, a festival and company which had to change its name from ‘Afrochella’ due to a copyright infringement lawsuit filed by the organizers of the more popular Coachella Festival which grossed more than $100 million this year . After a successful five year run as the “Coachella of Africa” Adbul and his team had to discontinue the the use of the name. The late 30s African music boss insist painstakingly that ‘Afrochella’ had nothing to do with Coachella and says “we wanted to sp ..read more
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Paul Issa On Michael Bolton, Tarrus Riley and Ky-Mani Marley Concert
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by WMV Media
1y ago
The Issa Trust Foundation puts on a concert every year in aid of charities at the Couples Resort. Paul Issa talks with JR Watkis about the state of reggae, his upbringing in Jamaica and the work of the Trust. Watch full interview on YouTube.com/worldmusicviews worldmusicviews.com Follow @worldmusicviews on social media Follow : @issatrustfoundation on social media. © 2018-2023 World Music Views® All Rights Reserved --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/worldmusicviews/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/worldmusicviews/support ..read more
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Michael Goldwasser Talks Jewish Relationship With Reggae
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by WMV Media
1y ago
Reggae and dancehall is lacking leadership and unity according to multi-instrumentalist Michael Goldwasser. Speaking exclusively with WMV the co-founder of New York based record label Easy Star said a lot of the issues in the genres could be straighten out if there was a focus on the bigger picture and a united voice. “Me being from the outside and dealing with a lot of Jamaican artist and the people in the Jamaican industry, and I hope no one feels no way about this; me being and outsider critiquing but I do see a certain lack of unity in the Jamaican music community,” Michael said ..read more
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