As the dancehall and reggae scene is constantly changing in jamaica and all over the world , we have been hearing great dub mix tapes from sound systems such as yaadcore , major lazer and walshy fire and now mighty crown brings one of the most anticipated mixtapes for this year . The collaboration between the far east rulaz and suns of dub boasts pre-released songs from suns of dub,mighty crown dub plates and remixs. This mix tape features artists such as chronixx , jesse royal , midnight ,prince ala and much much more. Mighty Crown co-founders Masta Simon and Sami couldn’t have been happier when Suns of Dub head honchos Addis Pablo and Ras Jammy approached them about doing a mix. “I couldn’t have thought of a more innovative group of people to create this mixtape with…there was a natural flow,” says Masta Simon, who describes the effort as “all about dubs, roots and reggae.” Mighty Crown’s management team Irish and Chin adds, “This is a really good look for Mighty Crown. This project inevitably allows Mighty Crown to further exhibit their passion for Reggae music and culture, while aligning their brand with a dynamic music industry collaborator, Suns of Dub.”
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The National Institute of Culture and History through its Institute of Creative Arts (ICA) announces the launch of its annual “Women in Art Exhibit”.
Each year in March in accordance with the celebration of a month long activity to celebrate the women of Belize, the Institute of Creative Arts puts together a one of a kind showcase. This year the exhibit will celebrate the work of twenty (20) women.
It features art pieces, mostly paintings ranging from abstract to realism and includes a few surprises, all being creatively displayed by curator Rachael Heusner.
The exhibit opens on Wednesday March 12th and will be open to the public until the end of March, 2015. A special feature of the opening will be a performance showcase starting at 6:00 p.m.
The exhibit will be housed at the Belisle Art Gallery inside the Bliss Centre on Southern Foreshore.
All are invited to drop in at the Bliss during normal working hours to view the works of our ‘Women in Art’
For further information please contact 227-2110 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
National Institute of Culture and History