Million Stylez speaks out on his new single Inna Di Dancehall. More or less naked women can be seen in most of the trending music videos performing despicable acts, while the men overtly brag about killing each other. The stench of what is going on in Jamaica's dancehall has gotten so bad that even dancehall artists from other countries are talking about it. Hence the new release from Swedish producer Partillo and recording artist Million Stylez. Both men are sharing a much needed song titled "Inna Di Dancehall. And he did!
Inna Di Dancehall
Jamaica's Anti-Gay 'Murder Music' Carries Violent Message | Southern Poverty Law Center
The original 98 page book was nigh on impossible to find in recent years so this revised and expanded edition should more than satisfy demand. Quite simply this new edition, now pages long, comes highly recommended. All the original interviews are here, together with never before published interviews of other recording artists of the day. Most photographs are now in colour with revamped graphics, even owners of the first edition should investigate. We are very proud that Pekka included the reviews from our Volcano special from last year.
Book Report - Inna Di Dancehall
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Gay and lesbian activists in Jamaica and throughout the Western world have spent years trying to slow the spread of murder music. The going is tough: Banton, a four-time Grammy nominee who has collaborated with renowned Haitian singer Wyclef Jean and the punk band Rancid, is but first among equals in a genre deeply rooted in Jamaican culture, whose stars include celebrated musicians like Beenie Man, Capleton and Sizzla Kalonji. The Stop Murder Music campaign is an international movement with activists on nearly every continent who urge sponsors to pull funding from offending artists, pressure venues not to book them, and organize boycotts and protests when they perform.