The Grammy Award's category for Best Reggae Album has long been a topic of contention for Reggae fans and enthusiasts. Some deem a Marley submission an automatic win among other conspiracy theories. The fact that the Reggae Grammy Award presentation is not televised is also a sore point among fans. Today Multi Grammy Award winning Producer and voting member of the Grammies Jason J-Vibe Farmer stops by to share some info on the process.
G Cole sits down for a great conversation with the soulful, blue eyed Reggae singer "Tenor Blue" to talk music and the Tenor Blue Experience. The California born, South Florida based Singer talks about his influences past and present, his spirituality, his brand new singles and the bright future ahead of him.
Pride, Penalty Kicks and Patriotism. Jamaica's Women's Soccer Team affectionately called "The Reggae Girlz" have made history by being the first Caribbean country to qualify for the world cup. They will be heading to the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup in France. Tonight we speak with one of the Stars from the team; Goalkeeper Nicole McClure. This episode features the new "Family Buss Riddim" by Unity Sound Worldwide.
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G Cole and guest host Hope talks to Grammy Award winning, Platinum Producer Jason Sterling about the business, the industry and his latest album "Cool Reggae".
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In the 90's, Dancehall Artist General Degree found success with the funny hit song "Granny", he would follow it up with hits like "Pianist", "Traffic Blocking" and more. New York bred, but Barbados born Singer Rayvon has given us hits such as "My Bad" and "Bashment Girl", but it was the colossal "Angel" with Reggae/Dancehall Superhero Shaggy from the Diamond selling album 'Hotshots" that propelled him to the biggest stages in the world. G Cole talks with Both artist along with rising...
Legacy means a lot in Reggae music, and being the son of a Legend and Grandson of a Reggae Icon can bring it's own set of burdens. G Cole talks to young Reggae Star Jemere Morgan, son of Morgan Heritage's Gramps Morgan about life, legacy, music and how he navigates these waters so easily. The answers seem to lie in just being himself. Look out for his upcoming album "Self Confidence"
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G Cole talks to Reggae Star Nesbeth. The "My Dream" Singer who despite his fair share of tragedy and having recently lost his wife, his sister and narrowly escaping near fatalities as a child in the inner city, continues to uplift us through his music. G Cole has an honest, candid, and inspiring conversation with Nesbeth and discuss his upcoming album "AMEN"
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One of 2018's most successful Reggae offerings is the album "Tropical House Cruises To Jamaica". It features some of Pop Music's biggest stars collaborating with Reggae and Dancehall's finest. The album is one of a few Reggae albums receiving Billboard success and is being considered a candidate for the Grammy Award for Best Reggae Album. G Cole speaks to one of the forces behind this album, Mr Sean Contractor Edwards about music, the business and "Tropical House Cruises To Jamaica"
There’s nothing like great conversation. With all that surrounds our community, our music and our culture, who else to have a conversation with than someone who’s been a part of culture and continues to contribute to the growth of the community and our diaspora, the one and only, Norman “Humble Lion” Lawrence.
Multi talented Reggae Superstar Mr Vegas is one of the Quintessential Reggae artists of the last two decades. The always relevant and always outspoken artist sits down with G Cole for an open, honest and hilarious conversation about life, growth, controversy and his highly anticipated new album Ism.
G Cole sits down with Jamaican and Caribbean film and theatre royalty. The cast of the hit play "56 East Avenue" stops by. Oliver Samuels, Volier Maffy Johnson, Audrey Dancehall Queen Reid and the multi talented Dennis Titus discuss the legacy that they've created and continue to create. From Dancehall Queen to Third World Cop to The Mighty Quinn to The Harder They Come to Oliver at Large to Clafi, just to name a few.
On this episode, G Cole has an in-depth conversation with one of Reggae's biggest Superstars "I-Octane" about the music, the business and the culture. I-Octane also talks to us about his new label "Conquer The Globe Productions"
Lime Tree Lane was one of the most popular Jamaican TV Shows and introduced us to a tremendous talent, "Mr Christopher Daley" who played Johnny, a character etched in the minds of Jamaicans forever. He's since co-starred in "One Love" with an upcoming Idris Alba and Ky-Mani Marley. His latest works include Kingston Paradise and Yardie, directed by Alba. He Launched "Comedy Buss" Jamaica's premier launch pad for local comedians and is the host of the very successful "The Comedy Bar". He had a...
G Cole talks to Photo-artist, Curator and accomplished Author (Pieces Of Jamaica). David I. Muir, who has been an integral part of events such as "Let There Be Reggae" and "Taste Of The Islands". At his upcoming event "Reggae Reel" he'll be displaying never before shown pieces encapsulating a long relationship with Reggae music, artists and live perfomance.
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One of the most important aspects of any business, brand or artist is their image. Public Relations is something the most successful ones invest in and the struggling ones often ignore. G Cole talks artists, image and PR with founder and CEO of Reggae Public Relations, Music Business and Public Relations Consultant Mr Ralston Barrett.
Jamaica's film history is robust with talented actors and actresses. G Cole sits for an entertaining and enlightening conversation with one of Jamaica's most acclaimed actors, Mr Paul Campbell who starred in the films; Shottas, Third World Cop, Dancehall Queen and many more. Listen in as they talk about the screen, the stage and the most entertaining of them all, real life.
Tune in for a candid, honest and fun conversation, as G Cole talks to Chef Jones about overcoming her cognitive disorder and learning disabilities, to earning a Masters Degree in Psychology. She's now a Psychosocial Rehabilitative Consultant, a renowned Chef and Culinary Educator, a regular on Channel 6 TV, and is sponsored by Grace Foods, Badia Spices, Sams Club and more. Inspiration can be so appetizing.
G Cole speaks with Ms Dania Beckford; CEO, Designer and Co-Owner of Broadtail Designs, a company that manufactures and sells fashionable swimwear and carnival wear for full figured women. A business she said was born not from the desire to get into retail, but from a need to find fashionable swimwear for herself as a full figured woman. Dania who is a huge fan of legendary Jamaican Writer, Poet and Folklorist, Mrs Louise Bennett, channels her inner Louise Bennett for a beautiful...
G Cole has a fun conversation with legendary Reggae Singer Glen Washington about life, music and his performance after the Mothers Day show in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, while listening to some of Glen's music.