Yvonne Curtis, The Jamaican Queen of Reggae/Soca

by Jerade James Jr

Posted on 04 June 2020


Yvonne Curtis, The Jamaican Queen of Reggae/Soca

Question 1 - When did Yvonne Curtis first discover she had a voice and how did she use it?


I started signing in church at an early age in St Anne’s, Jamaica. When I came to England it went on the back burner for a few years then I entered a talent contest and came t ...

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USA's Cage or Kill Black Policing Policy

by Millicent Henry

Posted on 02 June 2020


USA's Cage or Kill Black Policing Policy

It beggar’s belief, America your still fresh with grief, over Amaud Arberys publicized murder by 2 ex cops and a friend who took a video of him being chased down with a truck for “jogging being Black” - 23rd February 2020, Glynn County, Georgia. That 4 Missouri Police officers d ...

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Junior Giscombe - A Global British Hit Maker...

by Mark Anthony

Posted on 21 January 2020


Junior Giscombe - A Global British Hit Maker...

Since the dawn of time Norman Washington "Junior" Giscombe has been at the forefront of British black music during the 80's. His most popular global hit 'Mama Used To Say' shook the UK charts causing the rumble to be heard worldwide. Junior has never stopped and we join him for an interview to as ...

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