The Rhythm In Our Blood
Debbie Reifer and Simon Pipe team up with a happy-go-lucky track called “Rhythm In My Blood”. But the luck doesn’t stop there, their premier duet is also the theme song of the annual Caribbean Music Summit, a conference all about the business of music.
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Vive La Crossfit Revolution!
So you want to boost your confidence, feel stronger, move faster, with more coordination, power and extra sexiness? And you want it quicker than riding the elliptical at a conventional gym? Then you need to join the fitness revolution that is Crossfit!
Life With Livvi Franc
Singer/songwriter Livvi Franc is that chick. She has jet setted to the UK and been a top shot in LA - but strip her of the spotlight and you’ll see a Bajan fuh real. Here the Queen’s College alum shares the story behind 'What Now', insights into the best parts of being a Bajan, her favourite Bajanism and the real way to tell which corncurls are the cheesiest.
BalconyTV: Music With A View
BalconyTV Barbados is on a high. The local franchise for a global web series that focuses the spotlight on indie artists, BalconyTV has also specially featured major names like Foxes, Mumford and Sons and Ed Sheeran. The Barbados channel was started in October, with demo videos shot in early October 2013 and submitted to the global brand for approval.
BalconyTV Barbados was welcomed to the international family with the debut episode released on October 24th, and the rest is history.
Adaeze: The DaeDreamer
Adaeze has an energizing sound that is all the way hype and all the way reflective. She’s an intellect who attended Harrison College, a United World College in Norway and The University of Florida.
Fresh off of an impressive performance at Honey Jazz, her acoustic jam on BalconyTV for the song 'Daedream' put her at one of the highest watched videos in the Barbados series. She is the new generation of musicians whose words are weapons and whose songs will make you stand up and take note.
Opening The [Jason] Chase Vault
You may be familiar with the dubious tale of the Chase Vault, the haunted family tomb situated at Christ Church parish church. Legend says that every time the heavily sealed burial chamber is reopened to lay another family member to rest, the coffins have rearranged themselves, as though the dead are turning in their graves.
Big Red’s Pursuit Of Happiness
Big Red the DJ is an action man. Born Etienne Fraser and baptised in the fyah of singing, songwriting and producing soca music, his music pumps in triple digit bpms and is best enjoyed at major decibels.
Simon Pipe’s Debut Album Aids The Poor
Simon Pipe is a Bajan pop-reggae artist swimming upstream in what he calls “an industry that can swallow you whole in a second.” Preferring to employ his creative freedom unhindered as an independent artist, Pipe released his much anticipated debut studio album “Ya Probably Shouldn’ta” in March. His first order of business? To dedicate proceeds from digital sales for the month of April to the Barbados Vagrants and Homeless Society (BVHS).
Salt Pt. 2: Batman The Performer By Night
When dusk falls, the mask goes on, the dark knight rises to his turntables and dominates the dancehall as the trim and neatly buttoned Salt transitions fluidly into Batman, an entertainer of formidable proportions.
Salt Pt.1: Dark Knight With A Day Job
Salt the radio announcer is Bruce Wayne. He rises as early as 12 am to write the headline news, spends about ten hours a day costumed as the Advertising Manager in his cool SLAM FM cave and drinks tea to get through a pressing schedule.