Latest issue of Rice & Peas zine is now available

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Playlists for the Dance Issue can be watched and/or listened to on:

Spotify - Rice & Peas Dance Edition

Youtube - Rice & Peas Dance Edition

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Playlists for the Dance Issue can be watched and/or listened to on:

Spotify - Rice & Peas Dance Edition

Youtube - Rice & Peas Dance Edition

This issues Soundtrack is brought to you by the letters D-A-N-C-E

A compilation of Rice & Peas favorite tunes that have been inspired by or have inspired dances &  choreographers. Starting back in the day with Admiral Bailey’s Della Move and taking you through a musical dance journey that will deliver you in 2013.
Della Move – Admiral Bailey
Bogle Dance – Buju Banton
Butterfly – Admiral Bailey
Tatie - Snagga Puss
Dancehall Queeen - Beenie Man & Chavelle Franklin
Just Gimmi di Light - Sean Paul
Pon di River Pon di Bank – Elephant Man
Row Like A Boat – Beenie Man
Signal Di Plane – Elephant Man
Like Glue - Sean Paul
Dance Get Sweet – Red Rat
Dude - Beenie Man feat. Ms Thing
Wacky Dip – Voicemail, Ding Dong
Chakka Dance – Beenie Man
Dutty Wine – Tony Matterhorn
Raging Bull – Mr Vegas feat. Overmarz
Stukie – QQ
Tek Weh Yu Self – Mr Vegas
Willie Bounce – Elephant Man
Hoola Hoop – Macka Diamond
Hot Like We - Cecile
Gully Creepa – Elephant Man
Nuh Linga – Elephant Man
Star Bwoy - Movado
Skip To Ma Lou - QQ
Movements – RDX
Turn Your Swag Up – RDX
Swag Diggy - Mr Lexx
Cow Foot - Macka Diamond
Dip Again – Elephant Man feat. Ding Dong
Now Yu See Mi , Now Yu Don’t - Overmarz
Hot Patty Wine - Spice
Haffi Come Back - Cherine
Dash Wata - Eliphant Man
Bruk It Down – Mr Vegas
Champion Bubbler - Tifa
Pretty Wine - Khago
Party Tun Up - Mr Vegas
Crocodile – Elephant Man, Ding Ding
Gyal Sidung - Konshens Ft. Darrio

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This one promises to be an exciting issue with Q&A’s from two very inspiring ladies…


First up is Latonya Style dancer/choreographer an amazing lady who has choreographed dancehall videos, created fresh new moves and taken a positive dancehall message across the globe with her tours of Europe, Asia and North America. While doing this she has also found the time to start the new DanceJa Skool in Kingston and exciting venture that offers dancehall fitness, professional choreography by some of Ja’s top talent and dance instruction and support to aspiring stars. Style is spearheading a new dancehall culture in Ja with a positive message and a mind to developing dancehall dance styles to further the cultural development and tourism on the island.

Second is the driving force behind the hottest brand bridging the hiphop & dancehall worlds today Butch Diva. Tiffany Rhodes has been using spandex to her full advantage creating fresh designs that flatter female figures of all shapes and sizes with her unique and skillful tailoring. Rhodes who has been inspired by dancehall culture is herself an inspiration. She continues to take the Butch Diva brand from strength to strength with each new year.

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Playlists for the Dance Issue can be watched and/or listened to on:

Spotify - Rice & Peas Dance Edition

Youtube - Rice & Peas Dance Edition

This issues Soundtrack is brought to you by the letters D-A-N-C-E

A compilation of Rice & Peas favorite tunes that have been inspired by or have inspired dances &  choreographers. Starting back in the day with Admiral Bailey’s Della Move and taking you through a musical dance journey that will deliver you in 2013.

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New Issue of Rice & Peas is cooking as we speak. The next issue is the dance issue and boasts an exclusive interview with dancer/choreographer Latonya Style who speaks a bit about her inspiration and her involvement with getting the DanceJa Skool up and running.

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When I was little I had a crazy strain of tropical flu that had me out cold for three days, I wasn’t able to eat and could barely keep liquids down. I remember having the most vivid dreams about devouring table after table covered with dishes of rice & peas, chicken and plantain. I was aparently chanting “rice and peas, chicken and plantain” in my delarium too. I can still to this day think of nithing nicer than a good Jamaican box lunch of rice & peas, chicken and plantain.

Vol 2 of Rice & Peas has a number of variations on rice and peas recipes shared by a wide selection of Ja men. They also share a bit on their thoughts about the changing role of Ja men in the kitchen.

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Can’t wait til October when the ‘Clarks in Jamaica’ book drops. This is a must have for any Ja music fan. The book by Al Fingers is an image rich tour through that navigates Ja artists’ love affair with the shoe brand that comes out of the quaker town of Froom.

In the mean time read a bit more about it here:

http://www.thefader.com/2012/04/25/jamaicas-love-affair-with-clarks/

Source: thefader.com

Roots Underground - Rain

The video for Rain by Roots Underground featuring Sherieta Lewis, directed by Ja talent Hannah ‘Barefoot Brownin’ Newland and Krystle ‘Karee’ Brown

Source: rootzunderground.com

Rice & Peas Vol 2: The Independence Issue

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Rice & Peas Vol 2: The Independence Issue is now available

Rice & Peas is a quarterly zine on Jamaican life and style, specifically focusing on music and art. This little zine packs a massive punch boasting a full colour cover printed on semi gloss card with non smudge black and white printed pages on the inside and great feeling high quality paper that will keep you turning those pages.

The second Volume of Rice & Peas - The Independence issue, takes you through a brief history of the the Festival Song Competition, held every year at Independence time. We also talk to Jamaican men about their ideas on their role in the kitchen and ask them to share their recipes for Rice & Peas a Jamaican staple dish. It also includes regular features such as: Read Watch Listen - your guide to Jamaican and Caribbean film, music and books; Dance Style - an illustrated how to on the latest dancehall and soca moves and Soundtrack - your guide to good listening. Also included is film review of Marley: A Difinitive Story by Jamaican blogger Sarah Harris-Ottey who attended the star studded Jamaican primier of the film at Emancipation Park.

With special thanks to the Jamaica50 Team at www.jamaica50.com



Contents:

Jamaica 50 Celebrations - Jamaica at 50: A Nation on a Mission
Festival Song Competition
Film Review - Marley: A Difinitive Story
Mi Love Yu Like Cook Food
Dance Style - Butterfly
Sountrack
Read Watch Listen
Contributors

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Rice & Peas Vol 2 - The Independence Issue goes to print on Monday and will be available for your reading pleasure soon, stay tuned!!

Taster of what’s to come in next issue of Rice & Peas