Another talented morgan. Laza Morgan son to 90′s reggae star Denroy Morgan who came to fame from his hit single “Anything For You” . Laza is now ready to show the world that he himself is also a chip off the old block, i say he passed what do you think viewers im reddy dont… buss di yoot. GET THEM LAZA.
With all the trial and the hardship that the Jamaican populous face everyday good still strive in the eyes of defeat. There is always a way out of poverty and garrison lifestyle due to the fact that we are a proud nation that is a force to be reckoned with due to our style and swagger… everyone wants to be Jamaican and affiliate with Jamaicans.
All we have is our music and people, no oil, goal or silver. To be an entertainer at this present time is one of the best investment of time and Read more
With that being said its only fare for me to give reasonable clarification. First lets star with the definition of dancehall from the point of view of a dancehall offspring, dancehall is pure raw spiritual freedom expressed through the arts- Music and Dance.
A Dance For Grace tells the story of a group of teenagers from Marthasville, Georgia – who decide to enter a national dance contest, hoping to use the prize money to fund a life saving operation for one of their town’s most beloved citizens – a woman named Grace.
Their quest leads them to their Jamaican born dance teacher – a former drug dealer named Ricky Myers – who teaches them a reggae/dancehall routine for the contest. To experience the culture and learn the dance firsthand, the group travels to the birthplace of reggae, Jamaica.
But as the contest draws closer, the competition gets fierce and the stakes get even higher! Personal demons must be conquered.
And then the dance is on- to save Grace!
Set to the pulsating beats of Jamaican dancehall, A Dance for Grace is an exciting, uplifting, fast moving tale of courage, redemption, community and the will to succeed against all odds!!
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What a perfect day to shoot Ceresia’s music video on the beach. It felt like we were in jamaica, nice location, beautiful weather and to top it off the Black Blingaz crew passing through to represent Str8 fram Yaad and making there cameo appearance in Ceresia’s music video for her new remix single “Hold You” from Gyptian.
Str8 Fram Yaad “Pink” also had the honor of choreographing a sexy routine for Ceresia and her dancers. It was nothing but vibes on the set. The Blingaz crew defiantly brought the island favor to the video.
“Az bad az tingz b” lol unno do ah good job today pon di set. Big up Pink, Migz, Marlon, John and Chris. ”
Make sure you look out for Ceresia’s new video “Hold You”, and download her music on
Musical Yoot : Pass the Dutchie. This track is taking it back for me, and i know you know what am talking about. I could remember in my early day not being able to sing aloud pass the dutchie being totally innocent not knowing one of the sub meaning of the song was dutchie as in smoking dutch.
A lot of Jamaicans still debate as to what is really going on in this song are they talking about the original jamaican dutchie pot that is used to cook the dumplin and banana or is it the dutch that is used to smoke weed. Well, let me give you my analogy. Based on the context in which the term dutchie is used it is most definitely a smoking reference, as to what is being smoked do your own judgment.
A dutchie pot is a big pot so to have a dutchie pot being passed around (in one direction) to the left don’t seem to make any sense now does it? even more so a reference is made in the song saying “it ago bun” now you tell me… listen to my reasoning seen -if the dutchie pot was to be passed around, not being on the stove anymore how would this pot of food get burnt? think about it.
When you say but its kids that did the song! i look at it from a liberating point of view that screams free the mind of the yoots.
A peek into the lives of real hardcore Jamaicans in a segment we call street side salon.
What allot a people do not know about the yaad culture, is the simplicity that comes along with the entire package of a being Jamaican. Its nice to have live the posh life and have what others want but then you become distracted. In life everything comes with a cost, a cost thats never paid willingly.
“Simplicity we use to survive many find it difficult because their ignorant to life” the words of sizzla summarize to overall mentality of the Jamaican populous.
To be Jamaican is to be cool calm and collective, productive in all shape and forms of your life. The saying “if you can make it here you can make it anywhere” in my opinion was originated from a tourist after being dumb-struck by the joy and happiness that resonates off the overall attitude of the Jamaican people.
So as Bob said “We Jamming Str8 Fram Yaad”
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