Interview with Warrior King: “Music heals people and I’m the healer. This is my Artist’s duty”

Gege Vibes TV features International Reggae Artist Warrior King.
 We spoke about his latest releases: “African love”, featuring the Ghanaian artist MzVee, which is a nice tribute to Garnett Silk and is produced by Crawba Genius (Jamaica); “One perfect love”, about the universal love of the Almighty God and produced by Red Gold Green Label (Italy).

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‘Live n Livin’/ Zoom Interview with Sean Paul: “I want this album to be about unity in the dancehall community”

We had the chance once again to interview the worldwide top celebrity Sean Paul, one of the most famous singers out of Jamaica. He released his album “Live n Livin” last March 2021 produced by his own label Dutty Rock Productions. This album achieved an excellent overall response all over the world and was especially appreciated by reggae and dancehall lovers. The epic album has 16 tracks featuring many Jamaican veteran artists as well as those from the new school: Buju Banton, Bugle, Ward 21, Sotto Bless, Busy Signal, Mutabaruka, Stonebwoy, Masicka, Govana, Intence and many more.

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“Self-Fulfillment” is the new motivational song by The Carey James (Prod. Morelove Music)

Today is out the new single “Self-Fulfilment” from the Jamaican reggae singer The Carey James. He’s a multi-faceted recording Artist, song writer, musician and producer based in Kingston, Jamaica. Armed with a plethora of lyrics, talent and the attitude to excel, he aims to give listeners an euphoric feeling each time they hear his music.

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Answele releases his first official EP “In Control” (Prod. by Young Pow x Ghetto Youths International)

Answele shows the World his skills with the release of his first official EP “In Control”. Of course we have the Grammy Winning Producer Young Pow at the production. He followed Answele’s career from his first steps in the musical business. We had the pleasure to find out about this young and gifted singer in 2017. Then we had the opportunity to work in association with Young Pow to bring him on tour in Europe in 2018 as I-Octane open act Artist traveling in Countries as Italy, Germany, France, Austria, Sweden and Switzerland.

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Why Giving Us A Bouquet of Flowers Won’t Change Anything

To my fellow male readers,

I know I may seem like a real buzzkill (after all I’m such a mean person for questioning the patriarchal system that secures your position of privilege in our everyday society), but I feel the need to write about the hypocrisy of men occasionally celebrating the International Women’s Day. I’d like to say that I’m sorry for possibly hurting your fragile masculinity, but the truth is that I really don’t give a damn.

In fact, you should know that celebrating women for just one day per year does not make you a true gentleman, but a cunthead. (And yes, stop using the word dick all the time. A little spoiler for you: we women are also equipped with a fully working reproductive organ, oh my God what a blasphemy I’ve just said! So why any word evoking our vagina is still considered a taboo? It’s just human nature, isn’t it?)

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Worldwide reggae community lost Bunny Wailer/ The memories of the music industry’s exponents

Bunny Wailer, last member alive of the historical musical group ‘The Wailers’ is dead few days ago in Kingston. The lost of the beloved singer is so hard to accept for the whole reggae community around the Globe. It seems as an era is ending up now… But we know his legacy will live eternally.

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