The history of Rastafarianism part I

Rastafari has roots in the prophecies of Marcus Garvey, who is considered a Rastafari prophet. In the 1920's, Garvey started the black nationalist movement...

The origins of Jamaican Patois

Jamaican Patois, or Patwa, is an English-based creole language, called Jamaican Creole by linguists, that have West African influences. It is spoken by the...

Documentary “Cowspiracy”

"Cowspiracy: The Sustainability Secret" is a documentary released in 2014 that explores the impact of animal agriculture on the environment and investigates the policies...

Do you know which song was the first reggae track to be released?

The first popular reggae song ever recorded and released is "Do the Reggay" from Toots and the Maytals. Released in 1968, the single introduced...

Curious facts about reggae – Part 2

Eric Clapton Reggae reached mainstream white audiences in 1974, when British artist Eric Clapton recorded a cover of "I Shot the Sheriff", from The Wailers....

Curious facts about reggae – Part 1

Rege-Rege It's a very controversial theme, but it's believed that the word 'reggae' comes from the Jamaican slang term 'rege-rege', which means 'ragged' or 'raggedy',...

Skip Marley creates Billboard history with single “Slow Down”

Skip Marley's single "Slow Down" reached number one on the Billboard Adult R&B chart and at Mediabase Urban AC, making him the first Jamaican...


Guava is a fruit with great nutritional value and medicinal properties, due to its content in vitamin C, A and B, and can be...


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