Marlon Asher On Being A Reggae Pioneer and Musical Brand Builder

  Video by Walter Drayton of Walter Drayton Photography Mr Marlon Asher is a soca and reggae artiste from the islands of Trinidad and Tobago. He is nicknamed ‘Ganja Farmer’…

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Pressure Creates Diamonds With His Reggae Music & Caribbean Events

A reggae artiste from the island of St. Thomas in the U.S. Virgin Islands , Pressure has been on a very focused mission of spreading music and culture throughout the Caribbean diaspora. What is unique about Pressure Buss Pipe is that he has carved out a niche within his chosen genre of music and owns that space by staying laser focused on developing his skills.  He continues to stay true to roots and culture no matter what is trendy at the time. Pressure is also passionate about giving back to his country. He has sought out ways to diversify his brand, but is fully aware that he is unable to execute all of these ideas by himself. He engaged a larger team of trusted friends to execute on some of his ideas such as his Culture Fridays event. (Marketing Tip).

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MAJAH HYPE Masters the Business of Caribbean Comedy

There is a shrewd twinkle in his eye that can be easily overlooked as you laugh at the many jokes coming out of his mouth.  But, make no mistake- Majah…

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TARRUS RILEY; Why This Reggae Ambassador Earns A Badge of Distinction

Videography: Brian Houchen || Photography: Bronson Blair || Written By: Marissa Williams  He connects. He inspires. He entertains. He has enthralled audiences around the globe with electrifying performances. With each  production,…

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Ambassador 5 ||Cynthia Blandford spills secrets on building an African & Caribbean trade dynasty

The historical ties between the Caribbean region and the continent of Africa are undeniable. And no-one knows this better than Ms. Cynthia Blandford. As the Honorary Consul General to Liberia in Georgia…

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Anson Gonzalez-Did this Poetic Pioneer change the course of Caribbean history?

By Marissa Williams (View interview below) ‘Poetry was part of the awakening of the Caribbean people….it was a rejection of the English domination.’ These powerful words by Caribbean poet, Michael…

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