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FAQ: Why aren't you blogging anymore

A: Well, I think I set a standard of blogging a lot at some parts last year. Reason being I had a lot more time back then. Some stuff in the open, some you won't know and nah I'm not telling you - near future. I'm also contributing material SoulCulture. As I said to someone yesterday, I should post it on both sites, mine and theirs.

So guess what I'm gonna do today?

Post everything I've posted on there up 'til this point :oD

Buju Banton: Not an Easy Road documents outside court reaction to guilty verdict [Video]

Beenie Man & Future Fambo ft Busta Rhymes – “Rum & Redbull (Remix)” | New Music

American Idol contestant Naima Adedapo does dancehall “Umbrella” [Video]

Busta Rhymes, Shaggy & Sean Paul headline One Love festival, July 31 | London Events

Mavado brings Drake onstage at BritJam 2011, Jamaica [Video]

Smiley Culture press conference held in Brixton following police raid death [Video]

K Koke feat. Abel Miller – “Nobody But Us” | New Music Video

Gappy Ranks – “I Was There” (Tribute to Japan) | New Music

One Love reggae festival hits London, August 19 – 21 | Summer Festival Info

Ty on Smiley Culture’s impact: “He’s the reason you can rap in an English accent on TV today”

Mavado ft. Chipmunk x Sneakbo – “Star Boy” (Remix) | New Music

Star Boy Remix feat Chipmunk and Sneakbo by AllianceJamaica

Nas x Damian Marley’s Distant Relatives tour hits London Hammersmith Apollo [Video] | Live Music

A near sold-out crowd were entertained by Damian Marley featuring and NaS at the London leg of Distant Relatives tour last night in Wembley Arena. Many dubbed last year’s show at Hammersmith Apollo “Concert of the Year”, so this one had a lot to live up to. Needless to say (but I’ll say it anyway), it didn’t disappoint – watch footage from the night below. Click here

Chris Rock talks new play, US foreign policy & Justin Bieber w/ David Letterman | TV Catch-Up

Click any (all) of dem links there to see what-a-gwaan.

On a separate note - C-minor (get it?!), check out this tune Love Bass by Cleo Sol


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