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Quick update... I'm still abaat

So, yeah, hi. Haven't posted here in a while and for that I apologise. To keep up with my nonsense, follow me on Twitter @MarvinSparks. If you don't wanna follow me, you can silent stalk me. I'm alright with that. Failing that, check Soul Culture. Anyway, lemme update you on all the posts I've done over there. Click the names you wanna see.

Damian Marley – ‘Set Up Shop’ | Music Video

Morgan Heritage – “The Return” | New Music

Mr. Vegas – “Bruck It Down” | Music Video

Popcaan – ‘Party Shot’ (Major Lazer remix) | Free Download

Chino – “Rich 2Moro” | Music Video

Stephen Marley f/ Wale x The Cast of Fela – “Made In Africa” | Music Video

Elephant Man f/ Lady Saw – ‘Siddung’ | Music Video

No Doubt debuts webisode series, previews ‘Push & Shove’ f/ Busy Signal (prod. by Major Lazer) [Video]

I-Octane – ‘L.O.V.E. Y.O.U.’ | Music Video

Lea-Anna – ‘Clear Di Way’ | New Music

Jah Sun f/ Peetah Morgan – ‘Heart Like A Lion’ | Music Video

Romain Virgo live dub session at BoomStation [Video]

David Rodigan wins Gold Award at Sony Radio Academy Awards | Music News

Gyptian f/ Hollow Point – “Til A Mawning” | Music Video -

J Boog : Get Familiar 

Beenie Man insists: “I respect each and every human being, regardless of sexual preference” [Video]

Dre Skull – ‘Loudspeaker Riddim’ | New Music Preview

Reggae star Busy Signal arrested on extradition warrant | Music News

Romain Virgo – ‘The System’ | Album Review

Respect Jamaica 50 Festival celebrates for 12 nights in London | UK Events

Sweet Jamaica: Mr Vegas performs “Alive and Well” x “Can’t Stop Now” in New York [Video]

Vybz Kartel – “Back To Life” | New Music - Audio

Sean Paul – “Find It” [Bassline Riddim] | New Music Shaggy x Beenie Man rock the Ranch Entertainment launch party in NYC [Video] - Video

Busy Signal f/ Damian Marley – “Kingston Town (Remix)” | New Music - Audio

From Sunday 17th June I aim to blog every day for 50 days.Stay tuned

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