Jah Mason Interview

Short Biography: My name is Andrae Corey Johnson performing as Jah Mason aka Fyah Mason aka Farmer Man.
 I was born in Green Prospect, Manchester, Jamaica. Vegetarian place (farming district planting vegetables), I used to go to church with my mother until I came to realise my own faith which is Rastafari’s faith. Gav Pauze: When did you first start singing? Jah Mason: I started singing from a young age. As I mentioned, I grew up going to church with my mother and my biological family. Singing is something embedded. Most artists will say this, the whole genetics of singing is within

Read More »

Clay Interview

Short Biography: My name is Clayton Morrison and my artist name is Clay. I was born in Kingston, Jamaica but currently reside in London. I am 33 years old and have been into music from a very young age. I taught myself to play the piano by ear at the age of 9. I self taught to grade 4 when my mother decided to send me to piano class. I started in the music industry as a producer and signed to Jay Z’s Roc Nation. Gav Pauze: When did you first start singing? Clay: I first started singing around age 10

Read More »

Dada Yute Interview

Short Biography: I was born in Brazil São Paulo city in 1986,  I grew up with a young Rastafarian community, the first Bobo Shanti in Brazil straight out a Bobo Hill and have been recording with big artists like Sizzla, U Roy, Derajah, Suga Roy and Crystal, Perfect Giddimani and more. I performed on Rebel Salute in 2006 with Lions Of Israel band from Brazil, when I came out the band and started to work solo, I also did shows in México, Chile, Venezuela, and some countries in Europe like Germany, France, Austria, Scotland, England, Spain and Portugal and all

Read More »

Dan Giovanni Interview

Short Biography: Versatility, creativity, modern vocal sound fused with old school style, Royell Walker known as Dan Giovanni (borne in Jamaica, December 29,1990)  is one of reggae’s newest recording artist. A love and passion for music, he is also a studio engineer, producer. Resident of the sunshine city Portmore, Royell has always had great desires to become a professional musician. He displayed these attributes from early days in High School. Dan has gone through a musical transition from being a rapper, dancehall artist and now a positive cultural messenger which led to his new love of Old School and the new

Read More »

Tydal Interview

Short Biography: Born in rural St Mary, Jamaica September 1982, my musically Journey has been decorated and guided through the faith of Rastafari. This has been very evident in most recent singles and interviews. I’m quite rooted to my upbringing, thus treasuring my tradition and rich culture. I’m always willing share to the younger generation and persons interested to know my journey so I sometimes incorporate in my music. Gav Pauze: When did you first start singing? Tydal: I started singing in High School, beating dest and clashing with Beenie Man and Bounty Killer songs in the early 90s. I

Read More »

King Mas Interview

Short Biography: I was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts. I have a sister who was born before me and a brother that was born after me. We are all involved in music in some capacity like our father and the majority of our extended family members. I’m 28 years of age as I scribe these thoughts. I don’t deal with any “faith” per se but I practice traditional Afrikan spirituality. Gav Pauze: What Is Your Name & Performance Name? King MAS: My name is King MAS. Most of my childhood friends and family members refer to me as “Lee”

Read More »

Marla Brown Interview

Short Biography: I am a UK born and raised creative, professional dancer, trained athlete and now embarking on a new musical journey – singer/songwriter. A past ambassador in the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic games, a UK dance champion with dance company Unity UK and noted dancer for sporting giant Adidas in and around London/Europe. Love is my faith and I am truly humbled and blessed that I have the platform to express such in my chosen creative forms. I am a strong believer in faith, love and unity and aim to communicate this to the masses in my most

Read More »

Perfect Giddimani Interview

Short Biography: Greg Rose (born 26th March 1980), better known by his stage name Perfect Giddimani, Mr. Perfect or simply Perfect is a Jamaican reggae singer. Who has gained worldwide recognition for his reggae hit “Hand Cart Bwoy” which entered the Jamaican charts in 2004. The third child in a family of four children, Perfect grew up in Bamboo, in the parish of St. Ann, Jamaica. He cut his first tune as Little Ninja, before settling on his current stage name. Attending York Castle High School he then relocated to Kingston. The first song that highlighted his name was “Lock

Read More »

Ammoye Interview

Short Biography: I Was born and raised in Halse Hall, Clarendon Jamaica on September 4th. After my mother migrated to Toronto Canada when I was 6yrs old. My grandparents became my guardians until my Grand Mother passed away when I was 16yrs. I then migrated two yrs later after I graduated from high school (Clarendon College) to Toronto, Canada to live with my mother. Raised by strict Christian grandparents in Jamaica, I was brought up in the Church. I grew up singing in the church choir where I fell In love with music and singing. I was also shy but

Read More »

Young King aka Teflon Interview

Short Biography: Young King, aka Teflon is a Rastafarian Dancehall and Reggae music artist from the Jamaican parish St Mary. The parish is known for producing great artists and contributors to the genre. I and I presents a powerful musical talent, voice and message of Jah, love and respect globally. I name Teflon came from I and I friends because I was unstoppable both in mind and spirit. Whereas anything I and I put I mind to I will not stop until I achieved it. I put a meaning for Teflon which meant “Teach Each Forever Love Over Nations”. However,

Read More »

Jah Mason Interview

Short Biography: My name is Andrae Corey Johnson performing as Jah Mason aka Fyah Mason aka Farmer Man.
 I was born in Green Prospect, Manchester, Jamaica. Vegetarian place (farming district planting vegetables), I used to go to church with my mother until I came to realise my own faith which is Rastafari’s faith. Gav Pauze: When did you first start singing? Jah Mason: I started singing from a young age. As I mentioned, I grew up going to church with my mother and my biological family. Singing is something embedded. Most artists will say this, the whole genetics of singing is within

Read More »

Clay Interview

Short Biography: My name is Clayton Morrison and my artist name is Clay. I was born in Kingston, Jamaica but currently reside in London. I am 33 years old and have been into music from a very young age. I taught myself to play the piano by ear at the age of 9. I self taught to grade 4 when my mother decided to send me to piano class. I started in the music industry as a producer and signed to Jay Z’s Roc Nation. Gav Pauze: When did you first start singing? Clay: I first started singing around age 10

Read More »

Dada Yute Interview

Short Biography: I was born in Brazil São Paulo city in 1986,  I grew up with a young Rastafarian community, the first Bobo Shanti in Brazil straight out a Bobo Hill and have been recording with big artists like Sizzla, U Roy, Derajah, Suga Roy and Crystal, Perfect Giddimani and more. I performed on Rebel Salute in 2006 with Lions Of Israel band from Brazil, when I came out the band and started to work solo, I also did shows in México, Chile, Venezuela, and some countries in Europe like Germany, France, Austria, Scotland, England, Spain and Portugal and all

Read More »

Dan Giovanni Interview

Short Biography: Versatility, creativity, modern vocal sound fused with old school style, Royell Walker known as Dan Giovanni (borne in Jamaica, December 29,1990)  is one of reggae’s newest recording artist. A love and passion for music, he is also a studio engineer, producer. Resident of the sunshine city Portmore, Royell has always had great desires to become a professional musician. He displayed these attributes from early days in High School. Dan has gone through a musical transition from being a rapper, dancehall artist and now a positive cultural messenger which led to his new love of Old School and the new

Read More »

Tydal Interview

Short Biography: Born in rural St Mary, Jamaica September 1982, my musically Journey has been decorated and guided through the faith of Rastafari. This has been very evident in most recent singles and interviews. I’m quite rooted to my upbringing, thus treasuring my tradition and rich culture. I’m always willing share to the younger generation and persons interested to know my journey so I sometimes incorporate in my music. Gav Pauze: When did you first start singing? Tydal: I started singing in High School, beating dest and clashing with Beenie Man and Bounty Killer songs in the early 90s. I

Read More »

King Mas Interview

Short Biography: I was born and raised in Boston, Massachusetts. I have a sister who was born before me and a brother that was born after me. We are all involved in music in some capacity like our father and the majority of our extended family members. I’m 28 years of age as I scribe these thoughts. I don’t deal with any “faith” per se but I practice traditional Afrikan spirituality. Gav Pauze: What Is Your Name & Performance Name? King MAS: My name is King MAS. Most of my childhood friends and family members refer to me as “Lee”

Read More »

Marla Brown Interview

Short Biography: I am a UK born and raised creative, professional dancer, trained athlete and now embarking on a new musical journey – singer/songwriter. A past ambassador in the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic games, a UK dance champion with dance company Unity UK and noted dancer for sporting giant Adidas in and around London/Europe. Love is my faith and I am truly humbled and blessed that I have the platform to express such in my chosen creative forms. I am a strong believer in faith, love and unity and aim to communicate this to the masses in my most

Read More »

Perfect Giddimani Interview

Short Biography: Greg Rose (born 26th March 1980), better known by his stage name Perfect Giddimani, Mr. Perfect or simply Perfect is a Jamaican reggae singer. Who has gained worldwide recognition for his reggae hit “Hand Cart Bwoy” which entered the Jamaican charts in 2004. The third child in a family of four children, Perfect grew up in Bamboo, in the parish of St. Ann, Jamaica. He cut his first tune as Little Ninja, before settling on his current stage name. Attending York Castle High School he then relocated to Kingston. The first song that highlighted his name was “Lock

Read More »

Ammoye Interview

Short Biography: I Was born and raised in Halse Hall, Clarendon Jamaica on September 4th. After my mother migrated to Toronto Canada when I was 6yrs old. My grandparents became my guardians until my Grand Mother passed away when I was 16yrs. I then migrated two yrs later after I graduated from high school (Clarendon College) to Toronto, Canada to live with my mother. Raised by strict Christian grandparents in Jamaica, I was brought up in the Church. I grew up singing in the church choir where I fell In love with music and singing. I was also shy but

Read More »

Young King aka Teflon Interview

Short Biography: Young King, aka Teflon is a Rastafarian Dancehall and Reggae music artist from the Jamaican parish St Mary. The parish is known for producing great artists and contributors to the genre. I and I presents a powerful musical talent, voice and message of Jah, love and respect globally. I name Teflon came from I and I friends because I was unstoppable both in mind and spirit. Whereas anything I and I put I mind to I will not stop until I achieved it. I put a meaning for Teflon which meant “Teach Each Forever Love Over Nations”. However,

Read More »

This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website.