This track was created on August 17, 2015 to celebrate the life of Marcus Garvey. It might soon appear on a larger project looking at who owns National Heroes in Jamaica
5 years ago I imagined and sounded out the OGUN GARVEY series. I can only remember wanting to represent a figure that was a combination of Marcus Garvey and Ogun the Yoruba Orisha . OGUN GARVEY would be an African experiencing life with a deep awareness of memory and responsibility to Africa.
My mother taught me about the importance of sound as a part of our knowing, memory and experience of life.
Every Friday night i host the Electro magnetic radiation on Zanj Radio. For two hours i experiment and explore djing and sound art.
Trinidadian born writer and blogger Soyini Forde shares her review of Nothing Matters by DJ Afifa.
Small people one day will get big. And those that they call minorities are most of the people that you see.
Jamaica continues to suffer at the hands of it's political system .
In Jamaica despite dancehall and a vibrant party scene inequality and injustice on the island is rising. This reality gives rise to the "activist".
Jamaica seems to be unaware and unprepared to respond to the threats of global food fraud. The food security of it's citizens are being compromised with lack of transparency on food safety testing procedures.
Some women are in abusive relationships with their mothers.