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Jo Mersa Marley – Burn It Down ft. Yohan Marley [Song]

May 16, 2016 by


Jo Mersa Marley, Bob Marley’s grandson and Stephen Marley’s son, carries the torch for this generation on “Burn It Down,” his first single for 2016  featuring vocals from his brother Yohan Marley. The single, produced by Jo, his father Stephen Marley and Llamar ” Riff Raff” Brown. From the South Carolina church burning and Trayvon Martin’s murder in the United States to the […]

#DaHipLife Ep. 11 – Episode [Editorial]

August 10, 2015 by


Dancehall: it seems to be a preferred genre for youth pretty much everywhere. Especially with the blurred lines of today’s genre definition, it has become increasingly difficult to find an international club song that has no Dancehall elements.   Episode is one of Ghana’s up and coming talents that is looking to make a mark on the […]

Reggae, Hip Hop, and Black Nationalism

March 11, 2010 by


The following is a paper I wrote for a class I’m taking on rhetoric and music. It’s very different from most of what you’ve seen on Da What in terms of content, length, and especially style. I decided to share it with you all anyways. It will give you a little bit of a history […]