While Jamaica continues to remain the epicenter of reggae and dancehall, Pressure is making a powerful case to direct our attention to other areas in the Caribbean as well.
Over the past 20 plus years, I've said this line to myself countless times. 1993 and the groups art direction is what inspired this. #TribeThursday
Featuring artwork from an assortment of Chapter 58 contributors—JEST, Charlie Roberts, GLABOE, Esperanza Rosas, Jimbo, and Bill Da Butcher—these pieces are truly one-of-a-kind FRANK SOSA collector’s alongside the book, so grab em’ while they’re still around.
By now you've surely seen our latest #FRANKSOSA project flooding all your social media feeds, and we're pleased to announce that we're just a few days away from the official drop.
Unless you're a Satanist or hate everything awesome, chances are you're as big a fan of Yung Lenox as we are. Since we interviewed the Magic Marker prodigy about a year ago, he's been doing very big things, getting recognition from the big dawgs and displaying his first solo show in LA back in May.
With a nice opening piano break (it was a staple in Afrika Bambaataa live sets during the '80s) that leads into another groove and then a rippling bass line, this song hits you with the 1-2-3 right off the bat.
Chronixx is deeply committed to Rastafari as not just a lifestyle, but as a social movement as well, and his global travels often bring him in touch with other activists who may not necessarily be Rasta but are also committed to fighting for racial justice and against white supremacy.