Commoy posted a video.





Recently I saw the movie Rockers. I had heard a great deal about it so I finally decided after years of procrastination to purchase the 25th anniversary edition. I was impressed by the line-up, some of the biggest name in the reggae business, most of them legends; before they were legends. After the movie, my first thought was, could this be replicated today? Who would be in it? How could it be done? I am still pondering these questions.

The movie had several unforgettable scenes, but by far, my favorite is “Rockers takeover,” in which Dirty Harry and Horsemouth hijacked the soul playing club. (Check it out on YouTube, search “rockers takeover.)
Also unforgettable is the ending, maybe it is because I grew cynical but I did not expect that ending. It was perfect.
It is a simple movie which made me long for better days. If you haven’t seen it, please try to.


Reggae Lives On!

With all the negativity in the industry I am proud and overjoyed to know that there are still musicians out there who are uplifting our culture. Ever since the birth of Dancehall reggae as somewhat drifted to the back seat in our community and culturally. However, the continual rise of Reggae is an encouragement that a lot of people are conscious and are fascinated.
Over the last few years the young talents who are making a positive stance are not one hit wonders, they have proven themselves over and over and shows they are willing to keep the torch blazing. The veterans of Reggae are also embracing this trend and continue to lead. Although it is easy to get side tracked by the hype and popularity, their faith keeps them grounded.

Music is the rod and we are Moses