One of the founders of Reggae Vibes Radio, Mr. Marlon Folkes (DJ Marlon), takes us through his reggae journey sharing insights learned along the way.
Marlon built up a sound system called Nitty Phonic in St. Andrew, Jamaica in the late 80s.
Queens, New York became Nitty Phonic's home in the 90s where they played out weekly.
In October 2011 Reggae Vibes Radio set out to serve as a conduit for upcoming reggae artistes to showcase their skills and talents.
A few years later the record label Reggae Vibes Music launched to carry out a similar mission.
Listen for Marlon's discussion on the decline of quality in reggae today, and more.
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