In one of my latest post I already announced that the 59th Annual Grammy Awards nominees have been released (New Reggae Instrumentals for January 2017). The Award ceremony was held on February 17, 2017 in Los Angeles @ Staples Center. The Grammy is an honor awarded by The Recording Academy to recognize outstanding achievements in the mainly English-language music industry.
The Grammy award for Best Reggae Album was instituted into the awards in 1985. In that year Black Uhuru walked away with the award for their work on the album titled “Anthem”. Since then more artists and acts followed like; Jimmy Cliff, Steel Pulse, Peter Tosh, Bunny Wailer, Shabba Ranks, Inner Circle, Shaggy and more.
But the one with the most Grammy Awards is 8-time award winner Ziggy Marley (Born David Nesta “Ziggy” Marley, son of reggae icon Bob Marley)…..
Yes, here we are again. This week another cool interview with Syrix from IrieVibrations straight outta Vienna!
Did u see & read all the previous interviews with awesome producers and labels?
- Interview with Oliver Schrader, Silly Walks Discotheque;
- Interview with Morry DaBaron, Oneness Records;
- Interview with Sam Gilly, House of Riddim;
Interview with Syrix from IrieVibrations
After doing a great interview series with Silly Walks Discotheque and Oneness Records in my previous blog articles, time for another interview with House of Riddim!
I had the chance to talk to Sam Gilly from House of Riddim, we talked about their riddims, the amazing artists line-up, their goals for 2015 and question about reggae and dancehall in general.
Last week I had the chance to interview Moritz Korff from Oneness Records.
After a great interview i did previously with Silly Walks Discotheque, here is my second interview with Oneness Records.
I talked to Morry about their riddims, the awesome artists they work with, their goals for 2015 and other questions about reggae and dancehall in general.
Last week i had the chance to talk to Oliver Schrader from Silly Walks Discotheque.
I talked to Oliver about their brand new release, called the “Ram Jam Riddim” and asked him some other questions about Reggae and Dancehall in general, their goals for 2015 and how they manage to work with such great Reggae artists.
A small introduction on Silly Walks Discotheque.
Who is Silly Walks Discotheque and where are they from?