News — African music
Black musicians have been riding high this year. Rapper Kendrick Lamar's fourth album 'Damn.' wowed all of us and got critical acclaim. Reigning pop queen Rihanna didn't even release an album this year, but still managed to slay, with fan favourite 'Love On The Brain' reaching the number five spot six months after it was released - and without a video!
We know Kendrick and RiRi and our other faves are still going to blaze ahead, but here at Grass-fields we want to share with you some people who popped up this year and are set to slay in 2018.
Ever wonder why Jamaica is a place where cool vibes flow and everything seems to be easy breezy? A place where a kaleidoscope of Caribbean cultures co-exist and inspiring music globally. Is it any wonder that some of the greatest Hip hop, Reggae, Pop and dance music hits have originated in the Jamaica and the Caribbean? Most definitely not! Let’s take a look at some of the musical treasures that Jamaican has given the world.
So here is "The Greatest Caribbean and Jamaican Music Hits" so far!
At Grass Fields, we want to explore new African entrepreneurs and artists, which we hope will show a different side to the beauty and the entertainment industries. After all, you never know who’s going to be the next big thing!
Kemi is a unique music artist born and raised in East London. Kemi has had some very unique experiences that brought her to music. She told Grass Fields all about it.
“I am only 24 years old and I have chosen a career that defines me.
I first realised that I could sing in church. I never really believed that singing would become my overwhelming passion.
I am from a Nigerian family. I was raised knowing the importance of education...