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Flippa Mafia Eating Well In Prison Here Is A Photo Of Him Behind Bars

Flippa Mafia is eating well in prison. Flippa Mafia, also known as Flippa Moggela, is currently serving 25 years in prison for drug trafficking. We obtained the first photo of Flippa taken during one of his recent family visits. You can see that the dancehall deejay put on a few extra pounds and now fans […]

DancehallReggae.com down

  A couple years ago, Irie FM bought the website dancehallreggae.com, a site often referred to as DHR. DHR one of the few black owned reggae resources carried the flag for the culture from sound system to roots and culture if the site is no more it marks a sad sad day in our history […]

Shabba Ranks Releases Anti-violence Song ft. Stephen Marley, Beenie Man, Sizzla, Bounty Killer & I Octane

So now in 2017 after thousands of murders in Jamaica, some of the artists responsible for influencing a whole nation’s attitude to guns and violence have come together to make an anti-violence song, but is it too little too late after 30 years of “mi gun mi gun mi gun”  “kill people kill people” from Shabba, Bounty, […]


How much time on cassette you hear people give thanks and praise to Jah Rastafari !! People who are not sporting dreadlocks or Rasta but still give thanks and praise you know why ? Cause there would be no reggae music without Rasta without the Dreadlocks man dem. Rasta is the foundation for this music […]

Bounty Killer and Skatta Burrell At War Over “God”

Bounty Killer and Skatta Burrell are at war because one is God-fearing and one is an atheist. Bounty Killer has been in the headlines since last week for his onslaught on Mavado and Alkaline, but now the dancehall legend is in the media for believing in God. Yes you heard that correct, Bounty and Skatta Burrell, […]

Skully From Luton’s Sovereign Sound Talks Sound Systems

Throughout June Seani B will be saluting sound systems, one of the pillars of reggae and dancehall. Kicking us off are Luton’s Sovereign Sound Luton UK: Skully, of Luton’s Sovereign Sound, cut his way into the music industry long before the rise of social media – and says the likes of YouTube have made it […]

The Internet Is in Agreement. Jamaica Won Best Opening Ceremony Entrance

The Jamaican Winter Olympic delegation may be (understandably) small, but in the eyes of viewers it sure is mighty. The athletes from the island nation made a huge first impression upon their entrance at the Opening Ceremony in PyeongChang this year, with onlookers quickly naming them as gold-medal-status thanks to their energetic coordinated dancing, in which they turned the […]

Vybz Kartel Latest Prison Photos Asking If Kartel really In Jail

Dancehall fans don’t really believe that Vybz Kartel is behind bars for one reason. Vybz Kartel released some new photos of himself from prison that left some of his fans shook and concerned about his health. Some fans are also of the view that the pictures were not taken in prison mostly because of the background and how […]

Cops Cut Capleton’s Show

It wasn’t the welcome that dancehall star Capleton expected in Kingston. But his show on Saturday, A St Mary Mi Come From Come A Town, at the National Arena was brought to a halt by law enforcement after it went past the 2:00 am cut-off time. “I just have to big up all of the […]

Dub Fi Dub – The Most Special Specials

Dub Fi Dub – The Most Special Specials The most important dubplates from the most experienced clashers This article was first published by Red Bull and re-teefed and upgraded by soundclashcloud.com Dubs are the ammunition used to fight for domination in the clash. Every clash fan has a favorite dub, and every sound has dubs […]

Ninja Man found guilty … ‘Don Gorgon’ convicted of murder

Entertainer Ninja Man has been convicted of murder. The entertainer, whose given name is Desmond Ballentine, was found guilty of murder by a seven-member jury in the Home Circuit Court in downtown Kingston just minutes ago. STAR sources say the entertainer left the courtroom smiling after the verdict. The entertainer’s son, Janeil, and another man, […]

The Struggle Continues..

30 years after Mighty Crown took to the sound system culture stage backed by Irish and Chin Yard Beat from Yokohama Japan defeat’s Jamaica’s own Bass Odessey in the Grande Finale of the Boom All Star Clash tournament in Jamaica and judging by the headline in the Jamaica Star newspaper some in Jamaica are not […]

Sound Sculptors a dive into the underworld of sound system building in London

TEXT & PHOTOS: SEB CARAYOL Secrets, legends, and rumors often abound in the world of sound system building. Seb Carayol travelled to London in the late 2000s for a series of interviews with both legends and newcomers who keep the dances sounding nice. Under his durag, reminiscent of an American rapper, Steppa Dan cuts an […]

Buju Banton Evidence unsealed by DEA (undercover video Buju testing coke)

Banton and Johnson never settled on a plan that first week, and they parted ways agreeing to stay in touch. Over the next five months, however, their communications stalled. Recorded phone calls from the time, since released by authorities, indicate that while Johnson repeatedly reached out to Banton, asking to meet or otherwise catch up, […]

New York’s 15 Biggest Dancehall Tunes

In the New York City of the 1980s and 90s, you knew the hottest Hip Hop and Dancehall tunes by what was blasting out of the Honda Accords, the Pathfinders and Jeeps that passed by. This was known as the Jeep Charts in weekly Tip Sheets that were handed out to A&R scouts, industry insiders, […]

Birmingham UK charity worker murdered in his new Jamaican dream home

Body of stabbed Delroy Walker, 63, was found at his beach-front home in Rio Nuevo Resort A BIRMINGHAM charity fundraiser has been murdered on the sunshine island where he hoped to start a new life. Delroy Walker’s body was found at the beach-front home in Rio Nuevo Resort, Jamaica, that he had purchased only weeks […]

The Day the Music Died in Kingston

Pioneering reggae drummer Carlton “Santa” Davis has worked with notable acts like Bob Marley & The Wailers, Jimmy Cliff, Black Uhuru, Burning Spear, Big Youth, The Aggrovators, Soul Syndicate and Roots Radics, among others. He currently plays with Ziggy Marley. The story that follows, chronicling one of the darkest moments in music history, is in Davis’ own words […]

Has DanceHall Lost Its Sting.

Think about it – at the same time Sting announces it’s not happening this year, Kingston is prepped for Major Lazer’s 5th Annual EDM/Dancehall/Crossover event  – what does that tell you? – the irony is that, in a year when Dancehall beats underpinned many major hits abroad, at home Dancehall continues its’ implosion. Banal lyrics […]

Police hunt grinning man filmed “Daggering” female police officer at Notting Hill Carnival

  Man pinned officer between his arms and the railing behind her in west London Footage shows she struggles to move her arms to keep her hat steady Dancer gyrates and thrusts his body against hers, causing some on social media to claim the video, which the Met are investigating, is proof of ‘sexual assault’ Police […]

Int’l Reggae Day 2018 Marks Music’s Movements

On July 1, International Reggae Day (IRD) will be observed globally, this time around being the special half-century celebration of reggae as a genre of Jamaican popular music. Tracing the movement from rocksteady to reggae, Andrea Davis of Jamaica Arts Holdings, which puts on IRD, told The Gleaner that with recordings such as Toots and the Maytals’ Do […]

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