The ROOTIKAL crew are saluting 50 years of Jamaican record label Studio One with live PAs from WINSTON FRANCIS and DENNIS ALCAPONE.
BBC Newsnight's Stephen Smith has been finding out about Jamaican music's love affair with Clarks shoes.
In this six minute video Smith interviews “reggae legend” DENNIS ALCAPONE who explains how the shoe has become the must-have brand for Jamaica's reggae artists.
British producer PRINCE FATTY has dropped his third full-length album, Prince Fatty Versus the Drunken Gambler, available now.
The 10-track concept album includes both originals and covers, mixing “hip hop fantasy and reggae reality”.
The UK’s Rhythm Festivals 2012 has been cancelled after a whole series of glitches and the domino effect put a stop to the show going ahead.
The full line-up for the Respect Jamaica 50 Festival in London - celebrating the 50th anniversary of Jamaica’s independence from the UK - can now be revealed.
North Greenwich’s IndigO2 venue will play host to the 12-day event with some of the most iconic reggae artists appearing together on stage.
The confirmed line-up is as follows:
Jamaican singer FREDDIE MCGREGOR will headline the One Love Festival that takes place on 10-12 August at Hop Farm in Kent.
The initial acts, including DAWN PENN, DENNIS ALCAPONE and HOLLIE COOK, plus a brand new location have been revealed for the fifth One Love Festival in the UK.
A strong selection of reggae artists and bands are among the first acts to be confirmed for next summer's Rhythm Festivals.
Some of the early announced acts include: