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Tips for Brasil's

Brasil’s Nite Club has been on the map of the Philadelphia Salsa Community for quite some time now.  I’ve been teaching Wednesday night Salsa class before all the dancing starts for over 6 years and would like to offer some tips/trivia to make dancing at Brasil’s on Wednesday night more pleasurable ... 

20 Questions with Alicia "The Duchess" Awai


Alicia "The Duchess" Awai is one of few female DJ's to have stood the test of time and satisfied the critical ear of the crowds. 1. Your greatest joy? Realising my potential as a DJ ...

21 Questions with Fireball


Fireball talks about his soca star experience, piracy and his greatest fear. 1. How do you feel about your International success? I feel great knowing that it is something that I came up with. They journey has just begun and ...

One on One with Pablo Moses


Born in 1953, in the rural Manchester part of Jamaica as ‘Pableto Henry’, veteran artist Pablo Moses is best known for his phenomenal burst onto the reggae scene in 1975 with the controversial song: ‘ I MAN A GRASSHOPPER’, from his debut album: ‘REVOLUTIONARY DREAM’. Over the years, Pablo Moses has released a great number of records, among which we can count big hits as such as: ‘WE SHOULD BE IN ANGOLA‘ or ‘GIVE I FE I NAME’ also from his debut album. But we can also name a few other albums like: ‘PAVE THE WAY’ (1981), ‘IN THE FUTURE’ (1983), ‘TENSION’ (1985) or ‘LIVE TO LOVE’ (1988). Pablo’s lyrics are message lyrics based on experiences in his personal life often mixed with innovative and...

One on One with Admiral T


Born on March 29, 1981 on the island of Guadeloupe, Christy Campbell aka ‘Admiral T’ has promptly become a significant figure in the contemporary reggae/dancehall scene. His two consecutive albums: ‘MOZAIC KREYOL [Creole Mosaic]‘ (2003) and ‘TOUCHER L’HORIZON [Touch The Sky]‘ (2006) have both been greeted with general acclaim in the Greater Antilles as well as in the Western Countries and more precisely in France, where TriniJungleJuice met the artist on the occasion of his European tour...

One on One with Alpheus


Born and raised in London, England, Jamaican reggae artist Alpheus developped a strong passion for singing after seeing Sam Cooke perform on television.With such musical influences as Dennis Brown, Michael Gordon and Thriller U, he finally became active in the London reggae scene in the late 80’s. Later Alpheus migrated to the United States where his career literally took off : he released a first album entitled ”Quality Time” in association with the legendary Studio One and collaborated with artists like Michael Rose, Everton Blender, Sugar Minott and Richie Spice.”Everything for a reason” is his second album produced by the french label Special Delivery: "it’s everyday vibes. Everyday statement." Trini Jungle Juice went backstage to meet the artist on tour in France...

12 Questions with Alex Jordan


Alex Jordan is 1Xtra BBC's first lady of Soca Music - literally! The UK station has never had a lady at the helm before, and Alex could not be more ready for the challenge. Barbados born Alex was a child model as well as being a keen athlete before music became her focus. As a junior she ...
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