I really enjoyed speaking with Trinidad-born reggae producer, Cliff Manswell about his new project The Message on January 6, 2021.
More people in this world need to be doing what they really want to do. I think that would make the world a better place. We need passion in our jobs.Keznamdi
My interview with Keznamdi was scheduled for 30 minutes and we ended up going for almost an hour. I spoke him via Zoom on April 8th and we discussed his new album, Bloodline and many other topics.
I really enjoyed my interview on Tuesday, April 7th with Lutan Fyah.
It was a pleasure having Sean Austin on the show as we discussed his new album, 2020, Pt. 1. I really like his vision:
We haffi unite, if we ah go build reggae music inna Austin and have a good coalition we haffi unite and and start look out for each other and set a standard for each other so we can grow because we’re not just here to entertain. We’re here to grow too you know? And when I say grow—I mean grow professionally, grow financially, and grow as a community, but we haffi unite. Nuttin’ can happen unless we unite.Sean Austin
Hope you can join me on Tuesday, November 19, 2019 when my guests will be Dane Foltin from Lion Heights and Phillip McFarlane from Irie Yute Records.
My guest on Tuesday, October 8, 2019 was Greg Moreno from The Contrabandits.