Well, if you were lucky enough to be in Miami last week, then you soaked up the good vibes at Miami Carnival, and we’re jealous. Lucky for us, there were plenty of mixtapes circulating the culture to keep us in the feeling.
Tuff Like Iron. An empress known for her commitment to spreading a message of power, higher awareness and truth. An indisputable artist in every way, Tuff Like Iron's strength perseveres through her music. Underneath her outer demeanor of courage, lies a genuine passion to create music that not only answers questions, but also creates the ones that will free the mind. Her lyrics are a meditation for all truth seekers. Check out our exclusive interview with Tuff Like Iron here on KingstonToLA.com.
Most recently, upcoming Jamaican artiste Yaksta released a stunning visual interpretation of his ska influenced single "Boogie Woogie." The video is a mirror of Yaksta's colorful, new age Jamaican vibration. KingstonToLA recently caught up with Yaksta to learn more about his background, and promising music journey. Watch here on KingstonToLA.com
It’s a stretch, but you can connect the dots and see your way to wondering if it’ll happen? And if it did, it would be one of the bigger things reggae could experience in LA. Lonzo Ball has his own fan base to be concerned with, and it includes kids, one would imagine the two would opt for some fairly tame tunes. Click the link to read more.
In.Digg.Nation Collective's first lady Sevana comes in white hot with her new single "Sometime Love." Recorded in London with a team of producers and musical collaborators led by BBC DJ/personality Seani B, the single is Sevana's soulful bluesy rendition hearkening back to the likes of Otis Redding and Percy Sledge. A "summer bop" single for sure!
Happy Air Max Day ladies and gentlemen! The annual sneakerhead holiday has turned into a fashion show in recent years, as sneakers have become an essential part of every fresh look. So, check out our coverage of Nike's Air Gallery, here in the City of Angels.
As a new style writer to a Caribbean/Jamaican blog, I have realized there is so much to learn about Jamaica. The amazing music, the delicious food, and not to mention the beautiful beaches, but what about style? It's a large part of the Jamaican diaspora and is a driving force behind the island vibes. We take pride in providing information about the latest Caribbean inspired fashion and hair trends..