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Dedicated to Reggae Lovers - Hosted by Kahlil Wonda and AGARD, Reggae Lover (@ReggaeLoverPodcast) pulls back the curtain on the issues, back-stories, and adventures of the global reggae music phenomena. This reggae podcast features discussions on the culture, economics, and all things relatable to reggae lovers. Highlanda Sound produces this Caribbean podcast with new episodes every Monday. Find Kahlil Wonda and AGARD on Social Media: Instagram: @KahlilWonda @AOAgard Twitter: @ReggaeLoverPod ...
 
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Best dancehall riddims of all time. For the first time ever both co-hosts present one unified Top 5 list. Fantastic discussion about a very debatable topic. Thank you for your patience in waiting for this delayed-release as the Reggae Lover team has juggled multiple projects this fall. The next episode will bring season 8 to a close. Big up to all …
 
Post-Covid Highlights, Verzuz, Clash updates, New music, and shout-outs. Dedicated to Reggae Lovers - Hosted by Kahlil Wonda and AGARD, Reggae Lover (@ReggaeLoverPodcast) pulls back the curtain on the issues, back-stories, and adventures of the global reggae music phenomena. This reggae podcast features discussions on the culture, economics, and al…
 
Jamaican State of Mind host, Nick, joins the team to discuss their opinions on the most underrated artists in Reggae and Dancehall. Mentioned in this episode: Agent Sasco (formerly Assassin), Tanya Stephens, Masicka, Cham (formerly Baby Cham), Frisko Kid, Agent Sasco (Assassin), Louie Culture, Sugar Minott, Roundhead, Mr. Lexx (formerly Lexxus), Me…
 
We all know by now that Pacific Reggae is a thing, but after his first trip to Hawaii, Kahlil Wonda gained a whole new perspective. Cloaked in reggae's nirvana, Pacific Reggae is an INCREDIBLE musical treat. The genre has grown tremendously in the last few years and shows NO signs of slowing down! Post a trip to Maui in Hawaii, Kahlil realized the …
 
The hardest part for any real Reggae Lover is choosing WHO deserves to be in the TOP FIVE. Hear Kahlil and AGARD’s list of the top five juggling selectors of all time and discover their secrets to success. But before they present their list, what do you think it should be? Should technical skill matter the most or the showmanship? How much influenc…
 
The pandemic has affected both reggae and dancehall artists in more ways than one - we either have people shelving their releases or see artists putting out as much as possible to see if they can make a hit. That is why, in this episode, we decided to talk to Diego Herrera, Music Curator and Programmer, about Staying Power in Reggae and Dancehall a…
 
Jamaicans have reached different parts of the world, generating a sensation with our music, and let me tell you what, Jamaicans get chart love. Singers like Sean Paul, Shaggy, Sean Kingston, Carl Douglas, and many others have put Jamaica's name rising above with their music. In 2015 an article published by the Billboard Hot 100 positioned these art…
 
Season 8 opens with an overdue Top 5 list from the Reggae Lover hosts - their Top 5 Dancehall Sound Systems of All Time. We discuss the criteria used in selecting these top reggae sounds aka DJ teams. These lists include juggling sounds, clash sounds, Jamaican-based sounds, "Foreign" sounds, foundation/rub-a-dub sounds, and all-purpose sound system…
 
A continuation of the historical episode in which we described the foundation of Highlanda Sound. This part of the conversation recaps our first gigs and the years that followed. In the late '90s, the three young lions that started Highlanda Sound vowed to become one of the most dangerous sound systems that played mostly 45s. They committed to lear…
 
Reggae Lover hosts, AGARD and Kahlil Wonda take time out to re-introduce themselves. They discuss who they are, where they come from, and how they got into the music industry. Part 1 of this "flashback" conversation. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/reggae-lover/exclusive-content Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Pr…
 
The first guest appearance by Nick, Jamaican State of Mind podcast host. The Reggae Lover crew reminisces about the most trendsetting decade, the 90s. But why do we love the 90s so much? Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/reggae-lover/exclusive-content Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redci…
 
A replay of a classic focusing on the Best Non-Jamaican Reggae Artists. This Reggae Lover Podcast Episode (118) highlights the global reggae phenomenon. R.I.P to Akae Beka. Listen to the full mix here. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/reggae-lover/exclusive-content Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out…
 
Kahlil Wonda and AGARD share their personal TOP 5 Albums of All Time. These selections are not limited to reggae. This is the final new episode of Reggae Lover season 7. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/reggae-lover/exclusive-content Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy…
 
We discuss the need for more Caribbean representation on film and television. Cultural content is winning right now and our culture has yet to be properly documented. The Caribbean region is known for reggae and soca but there is a bounty of cultural aspects that are yet to be exploited. We sight current and historical examples of how and why we ca…
 
Reactions to the Jamaican government blaming dancehall music for contributing to the current overwhelming violent crime spree. Dedicated to Reggae Lovers - Hosted by Kahlil Wonda and AGARD, Reggae Lover (@ReggaeLoverPodcast) pulls back the curtain on the issues, back-stories, and adventures of the global reggae music phenomena. This reggae podcast …
 
An in-depth conversation with Steve “Urchin” Wilson, a part of Sean Paul’s management for the past 18 + years. In the Exciting World of Dancehall with Steve Wilson, we discussed how Steve has been pushing the culture in nightlife and through his work in the recording industry. He shares how he got started in the business, and his thoughts on Jamaic…
 
Drew and Iron Voice break down the world of sound clash and how it influences dancehall as a whole. The Rumble Talk hosts offer fresh perspectives on many things sound clash and dancehall-related including: How they come up with topics and create the magic that is Rumble Talk. How to stay relevant during the pandemic. A healthy Reggae dancehall eco…
 
Part 1 of our exclusive interview with Drew and Iron Voice, hosts of Rumble Talk Thursdays. Rumble Talk is the hottest radio show on Sound Chat Radio and the most popular sound clash culture radio program ever. Drew reveals how he became synonymous with sound clash culture and landed his position at Irish & Chin's Promotions and Sound Chat Radio. M…
 
Macka B talks about his authentic reggae music journey which has soared due to his reggae and Veganism content. Macka B's Gentrification EP and Single are Available Now This Gentrification phenomenon is going on all over the world from Brixton to Brooklyn; Harlem to Toronto and Cape Town to Berlin. There is a new video for the title track, Gentrifi…
 
We talk to rising star I-Maa-Ra about his journey as an indie reggae artist in Jamaica. I-Maa-Ra is featured as a top indie reggae artist on the Reverbnation platform. Born Courtney Mark Anthony Stewart, in Roaring River, St Thomas, Jamaica, he started on his musical journey in the mid-1980s, toasting on Studio 4 Sound System in his hometown. After…
 
Music and Marriage podcast hosts, Amlak RedSquare and Nikki join the Reggae Lover crew for this episode. Music & Marriage is a podcast hosted by a dynamic and courageous couple, reggae recording artist Amlak Red Square, and his wife, Nikki Gordon. Making it in the music industry is hard enough. To do it while juggling a healthy marriage and family …
 
Reggae in Africa is alive and well with Rootspence and the Groovemakers blazing the fire from Mozambique. Rootspence joins us to give a first-hand account of the current reggae climate from Malawi to Mozambique. He breaks down some of the difficulties with reggae sprouting in former Portuguese colonies versus English-speaking areas of the continent…
 
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