Anyone who has been involved with sound system culture knows the name “Baby Face.”
These days he is known as Lion Face and is still deeply involved in Reggae and Dancehall. Lion Face gained notoriety as the notorious sound killing selector on Americas most popular sound system, King Addies” out of New York City. During his many years on King Addies, Lion Face’s creativity set trends that are still studied by many today.
Reggae music has touched the souls of many people all over the world, in a most positive way. In a way that constructively molds our thinking, our ways of doing things, our relationships and our beings.
World renown artist Sister Carol will be blessing up the stage at this year's Virginia Reggae Festival at Mill Point Park in Hampton, VA., May 25th. Affectionately referred to as "Mother Culture", Sister Carol was born in Jamaica and raised in Brooklyn where she began her musical career.
Allison " Lady Cham" Champagne was the host of the Caribbean Connection which aired on W.N.S.B @ Nofolk State (91.1FM) each Sunday afternoone. She was also Chief Editor of Westindian Times Magazine, a monthly publication.
On July 5th, 2013 an epic event took place at Montego’s Caribbean Restaurant on Newtown Road in Virginia Beach VA. A collective effort on behalf of Bigmill Productions and Virginia Reggae brought forth the hottest artists out of Portmore , Jamaica : I-Wayne.