The way you fly (Jangan Nangis) (Mystic Pulse Remix)
A hypnotic synth pattern drags you into the song while Salam’s vocal fades in from the background. A steady kick combined with deep sub bass and sharp high hats make you move.
It Is Good To Be King: An Oral History of Moses Davis Part 2
Part 2 of BACKAYARD’s extensive interview with The King of the Dancehall Beenie Man
Copeland Rules Part 1
Generally, we at BACKAYARD have placed most of our collective focus on the entertainers on the stage while somewhat neglecting the people who work, with far less fanfare, assiduously behind the scenes to make sure that all the artiste/s needs are taken care of on the road. However for this issue, we sought out probably the most accomplished Tour Coordinator, Tour Manager, Road Manager and Personal Manager Jamaican music has ever seen, Mr. Copeland Forbes
New West Summit Nov 20-21 San Francisco, CA
On November 20 and 21, 2015, the New West Summit http://www.newwestsummit.com/ will take place in downtown San Francisco at the Parc 55 hotel. The conference is the first of its kind to bring together business, technology, and media for the legal cannabis market to take a serious look at what’s going on now and what’s coming up.
It Is Good To Be King: An Oral History of Moses Davis Part 1
Life has been good to Moses Davis. Since he was a pre-teen, Moses has been known within the dancehall music genre as “Beenie Man”, a playful moniker given to him in definite reference to the maturity and confidence it took for someone so young to perform in front of an audience filled with people more twice his age.