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The Style & Vibes Podcast

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In this episode Jamaican singer/songwriter Sevana speaks to us about the release of her second EP, Be Somebody. Sevana effortlessly flows between her powerful vocals and bold Jamaican patois, blending traditional R&B/soul that influences her so
The Reggae Sumfest team did a great job putting together #ATasteofSumfest festival in just a few weeks, while most festivals are being canceled or going virtual for 2020, Sumfest is the only Caribbean festival to keep a presence this year. A Ta
In Style & Vibes podcast ep. 13 I discussed the idea of Cultural Currency, in this episode, I’m revisiting this idea as it’s importance is more relevant than ever. The impact of being quarantined from the COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way
In this episode we speak with Dancehall artist, Noah Powa. Formerly a selector/DJ we talk about his he transitioned and how the two careers compliment each other. With more and more music being release we talked about how he’s able to stand out
We’re celebrating our 2-year podcasting Anniversary. It’s a bittersweet anniversary as the Black people across the globe continue to protest the wrongful deaths of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and countless others due to police brutality and ra
DJ Kurt Riley is a DJ and Producer based in Jamaica and part of the monumental Verzuz with Beenie Man & Bounty Killer. In this episode we talk about how he started out in the music business and experiences with his father, product Winston Riley
Beenie Man and Bounty Killer put on a full on show for the #VerzuzTV representing Dancehall to the fullest in the first virtual live experience on the platform founded by Swizz Beatz and Timbaland. #BeenieManvsBountyKiller soundclash edition wa
Entrepreneur and fashion designer Princess Booker is the CEO of Nine Mile Clothing inspired by Princess’ grandmother Cedella Marley-Booker’s small home town in the hills of St. Ann, Jamaica. Nine Mile is where Bob Marley was born and laid to r
Dancehall would be nothing without dance. Jamaica’s dance scene has garnered much intrigue and just as much backlash as it has changed over the years. In this episode with Maria Hitchins, a dance advocate based in Jamaica and professional danc
It’s been an interesting last few weeks and while we’re all getting used to the new normal.  In this episode, I’m simply sharing what’s on my mind. Productivity, or lack thereof and of course all the random things on these internet streets! Che
We’re celebrating our 50th episode! Special thanks to all the listeners, it wouldn’t be possible without you.  In this episode we speak with beauty entrepreneur, Saraa Green about her new product the Braid Releaser. We discuss her journey in th
While we are all coping with the new normal of pandemic COVID-19. I’m on lockdown and sharing my thoughts on how I’m coping and sharing some observations from the week.  While many are working from home, there are many who aren’t able to. Thank
Interviewing Tifa about her song on The Silent Riddim Project (silent riddim) “Man ah Come Back” Rellee of A Team Music co-produced with Paul of Platinum Kids we such a great convo with Rellee and Tifa about Rellee’s journey as a producer of s
We’re talking Dancehall with artist Tifa! Tifa came up in Dancehall with Spell it Out and has had a number of hits including, Dash Out, Big Bumper, Crawny Gal, Jealous Over, with a solid foundation of lyrics, style and stage performance. The ea
In honor of Valentine’s day, we’re celebrating love in this episode. A semi-holiday that we really didn’t “celebrate” until our daughter came along. It’s not a big “to-do” in our household, but love definitely is. My hubby Kirk joins me as we s
This week I’m reasoning with fellow podcaster Odessa! She’s much more than a podcaster, she’s the founder of O-access Jamaica, a media platform sharing the best in Jamaican music and lifestyle. She has a number of years of experience in the ent
It’s the top of the year and I’m reflecting on a few trends of 2019 and making cultural predictions for 2020. There was so much happening in Caribbean music, fashion, travel and much more that I wanted to touch on my thoughts on what happened a
In this episode, we’re joined by Reggae singer, Naomi Cowan. The singer was recently in New York City and popped up at VP Records’ Strictly the Best 60th compilation celebration and I was able to catch up with her before she headed back to Jama
It’s that time of the year again! Style & Vibes’ annual holiday gift guide is one of our most popular features highlighting Caribbean brands. Caribbean Style Phyle has also done a Holiday It Guide and Syn and I wanted to highlight both of our
In this episode we speak with Virgin Island Reggae star Pressure! Pressure just released a new album Rebel with a Cause, an 18-track album and his seventh album Featuring appearances from reggae all-stars Sizzla, Protoje, Jah9, Kabaka Pyramid,
In this episode we’re talking to music marketing maven Chelsea Grant, she been in the music and entertainment industry for a few years now and recently joined Caribbean record label VP Records as a project manager working with album launches fo
In this episode I’m connecting with my ladies of Sip n Chat, an online radio program hosted Kerry, Jendayi, Jo Wheeler and myself, produced by Ronnie Tomlison. We’re dissecting impact of Noise Abatement Act being re-enforced on the the Dancehal
There so many aspects to the Reggae music industry! Sound system culture is at the cornerstone of the one of the most loved and influential musical genres globally. In this episode I connect with the crew from Reggae Lovers Podcast, Āgard and K
We’re giving you more style! In this episode Syn of Caribbean Style Phyle and I are talking about Caribbean designers at New York Fashion Week. Cushnie, by Carly Cushnie, Pyer Moss by Kerby Jean Raymond and Savage Fenty by Rihanna.   Stylin’ On
We’ve all heard the term “Gyallis” is a popular Danceahall slang for a man that is romantically involved with multiple women. Jamaican entertainment newspaper The Star put out an article about Gyallis culture being cancelled because more Dance
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