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Featured Artist: Janelle Phillips

01 January, 2016

Featured Artist: Janelle Phillips

Janelle Phillips coming to you from San Diego, California, was born and raised in the city Escondido; she is a blend of culture, a Cali Lady bringing forth conscious music. Beginning her musical journey, Janelle began writing lyrics and poetry in high school and taught herself how to play guitar. Throughout the next few years Janelle would jam at open mic nights and small performances, eventually recording and releasing her first EP ‘To Be Heard’ in 2013. With her first EP, Janelle became part of the reggae community which led her to the doors of Imperial Sound Recording Studio. In...

Featured Artist: Gonzo

01 January, 2016

Featured Artist: Gonzo

Ryan Gonzales aka Gonzo was born and raised in South Bay, Los Angeles, California. He first began singing when he was a child and at age fifteen, he started playing the guitar. Listening to motown, classic rock, oldies, salsa, r&b, and soul growing up, Gonzo’s music base was introduced by his father. “My father gave me a good music foundation as well as inspiration to become a music artist,” says Gonzo. As well as his father’s interest in the music scene, watching his friend’s band in high school perform is what inspired his to pursue a music career. The type...

Reggae, Racism and Joss Stone (A Realistic Review)

31 December, 2015

Reggae, Racism and Joss Stone (A Realistic Review)

The recent Billboard announcement of Joss Stone as top reggae artiste for 2015 brought out the worst in Jamaicans. We are a black nation; blacks run things yet blacks underachieve, despite 95 per cent enrolled in school, lots of opportunity via HEART, community college and the high school diploma equivalency. Many fail, but still feel entitled. The local media screams ‘outrage’ at Joss. She is the youngest person to sell more in 2015 than seven top Jamaican artistes combined. If you can’t beat her, cuss her. So, did colour help her? We know “white artistes are routinely outselling black artistes in...

Joss Stone Sold The Most Reggae Albums in 2015, Why?

23 December, 2015

Joss Stone Sold The Most Reggae Albums in 2015, Why?

Joss Stone was crowned Billboard’s Reggae Artist of the Year, highlighting the whiteness of pop consumer tastes. Music fans should take stock of their biases. Billboard announced Tuesday that British soul singer Joss Stone is their Reggae Artist of the Year, and the “accolade” sparked widespread scoffs and criticisms on social media. In a year when race, appropriation, and white privilege have been constant points of national conversation, one of the country’s biggest music media platforms continues to rub salt in the proverbial wound of the Black music-buying public. As black commentators have only gotten more adamant in drawing attention to...

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