Many Rivers to Cross Music Festival makes a stand for Music, Arts and Justice

The Caribbean diaspora is not immune to the series of injustices that have been plaguing the black community in the United States. Within recent times, there has been a plethora…

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Xyclone-How Yuh Bad So? || New Caribbean Music Alert

Its a dance-hall song infused with catchy rhythms from around the Caribbean and by extension the globe. Its a song flexible enough to destroy a dance-hall party while holding its own…

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Calypso Rose achieves what no Trinbagonian artiste has ever done before

Story courtesy CNC3 Calypso Rose, 76, has become the first international gold album artiste coming from Trinidad and Tobago. An album goes gold when it is sold more than 50,000…

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The Commerce Behind the Culture of Bahamas Junkanoo Carnival

Documentary produced by Africa Allah of DiRadioCast Before you see the masqueraders parading  the streets in their beautiful costumes, Before you see them drinking premium alcohol from the best bars and…

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Bazodee The Movie: The Good, The Bad & The Missed Opportunities

By DJ JEL Some may call it a Bollywood movie, but that’s not exactly the best way to describe it. It’s not a Bollywood movie, but rather a Cariwood movie;…

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Is Cultural Appropriation Thievery or A Come Up for Caribbean Music?

By Bronson Blair Being a “Yankee” (person born in the states) who has never been out of the country, I will admit that I have been ignorant to a mass…

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