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Shenseea Represents A New Era In Dancehall

The aspiring "Pop" star is the product of a Dancehall devoid of most of its traditional tenons, which doesn't resonate with some hardcore fans.

Remembering Toots Hibbert

A tribute to the lead singer and co-founder of Toots and the Maytals.

VIBE Vixen’s Boss Talk Podcast: Meet Shenseea, The Boss Of All Trades

"I don't settle for mediocre, I try to do my best every single time."

Barbados: The History Is In The Root

On a first-time trip to Barbados, a group of journalists were ushered throughout the country’s main attractions, treated to more than delicious dishes, and attended the u…

Jamaican Artist Shenseea Signs With Interscope, Drops New Song With Tyga

"Many artists go to Jamaica to learn culture, Shenseea teaches it.” 

Meet Koffee, The Rising Jamaican Star Who Is Hot Like A Thermos

Back in 1962, a 17-year-old Jamaican singer/songwriter named Robert Marley recorded a song called “One Cup of Coffee” and went on to take reggae music around the world…