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Sinopse

We talk about different cultures, society, politics and various other topics all from the prospective of a Jamaican living in America.

Episódios

  • Is Dancehall Music on life support?

    21/03/2022 Duração: 01h36min

    In this episode, we were joined by Eric from Esenshalmusic to discuss our views on the state of the dancehall culture. We talked about the new sound in dancehall and the impact, if there's any around the world. Esenshal also discusses his first project, the "Demands Riddim," now on all major streaming platforms and more. Please listen and enjoy. Go follow Esenshal Music on IGhttps://www.instagram.com/esenshal/https://www.instagram.com/esenshalmusic/Follow us https://www.instagram.com/esenshalmusic/https://twitter.com/JAstateofmind

  • Go date a Jamaican!

    06/03/2022 Duração: 01h01min

    With a title like "Go date a Jamaican," go listen objectively and have fun. We talked about dating, relationships, and much more. IG: @jamaicanstateofmindpod Twitter: @JAstateofmind

  • Joe Rogan the big Distraction

    21/02/2022 Duração: 44min

    We are back with our first episode of the year. We discussed cancel culture, freedom of speech, and our views on the Joe Rogan podcast in this episode. We went to politics and why we have to be objective, and much more. https://www.instagram.com/jamaicanstateofmindpod/https://twitter.com/JAstateofmind

  • Top 5 Dancehall Riddim

    20/12/2021 Duração: 54min

    We present to you with another TOP 5. We discussed our favorite Dancehall riddim and its impact on us growing up. This was maybe the hardest top 5 for us because there are so many great Dancehall riddims to choose from. Let's know what you think about our Top 5 riddim. #jamaicanstateofmindhttps://www.instagram.com/jamaicanstateofmindpod/https://twitter.com/JAstateofmind

  • Top 5 Dancehall Artist

    24/11/2021 Duração: 53min

    We are back and with our first Top 5 episode. In this episode we discuss our Top 5 Favorite Dancehall Artists and why they are in our Top 5. Check out and let us know if it's solid or not or we still living in the past. Listen and enjoy. Please remember to like, subscribe, follow and comment. https://www.instagram.com/jamaicanstateofmindpod/https://www.instagram.com/nicobel_jsm/https://www.instagram.com/carter_jsm/

  • Bring back Vybz Dancehall Mix (early 2000's)

    14/09/2021 Duração: 01h01min

    This one is a bonus! Enjoy this mix while we work on some episodes. This is an early 2000's dancehall mix with some of my favorite riddims and artists...The following riddims are included in the Mix in order; Buy out Riddim, Chiney Gal Riddim, Energy Riddim, Hurricane Riddim, Headache 2 Riddim, Heavy Metal Riddim, Kiki Riddim, Egyptian Riddim, and Mexican Riddim. ..The Mix featuring the following artists; Sean Paul, Beenie Man, Bounty Killer, Spragga Benz, Wayne wonder, TOK, Mr. Easy, Capleton, Elephant Man, Sizzla, Baby Cham, Mad Anju, Wayne Marchall, Buju Banton, Vybz Kartel, Assassin, and Many more. .I DO NOT OWN THE RIGHTS TO ANY OF THIS MUSIC! This is for entertainment purposes only.

  • Current Tingz

    30/07/2021 Duração: 01h31min

    On this episode, I was joined by Lori from the Current Tingz blog. We discussed several topics from the Shacarri incident that led to the Twitter beef between Jamaicans and African Americans. According to some Black Americans, being Jamaican, you can't be Black, so discussed this in dept. Lori also gave her view on the current music and why she is still a big fan of the old school, even though she is from the younger generation. Please listen and enjoy!https://www.instagram.com/currenttingz/https://www.instagram.com/_allaboutlori/Follow ushttps://www.instagram.com/jamaicanstateofmindpod/https://twitter.com/JAstateofmind

  • Reggae Music Forever

    21/06/2021 Duração: 01h17min

    We were joined by a special guest Shawn from the Reggae Talk podcast and the Reggae Music Forever blog. We spoke about the current state of Dancehall on the evolution of the music. Shawn also gave us is taking on the current topic of Dancehall being blame for the violence in Jamaica. We got into how Reggae Music Forever came about, the current state of the Reggae Talk Podcast, and much more. Please and enjoy. https://www.instagram.com/reggaemusicforever/?hl=enhttps://www.instagram.com/reggaetalk/?hl=enCheck out our website.http://jamaicanstateofmind.com/Follow us;https://www.instagram.com/jamaicanstateofmindpod/?hl=enhttps://twitter.com/JAstateofmindNick and Carter;https://www.instagram.com/carter_jsm/?hl=enhttps://www.instagram.com/nicobel_jsm/?hl=en

  • Outside wi seh with OutdoorJamaican

    01/06/2021 Duração: 47min

    We were joined by Eliha Perez, also known as OutdoorJamaican. Eliha is an outdoorsman, a survivalist, a camper, a hiker, a hunter, and a nature lover. We spoke about how he got into this way of life and some of his experiences while out in the wild traveling across the USA. It a very interesting listen, so enjoy it.Check out Eliha Instagram belowhttps://www.instagram.com/outdoorjamaican/ Follow us onhttps://www.instagram.com/jamaicanstateofmindpod/https://twitter.com/JAstateofmindhttps://www.facebook.com/jamaicanstateofmind

  • Badman Culture (Music vs Crime)

    17/05/2021 Duração: 01h07min

    We are back with a new season. I know it was a long wait, but it worth it.In this episode, we discussed the question that comes up so often "is dancehall to be blamed for the violence in Jamaica?" We spoke about our experiences growing up in Jamaica, and the effect music has on the culture. Freedom of speech was part of our discussion as well, along with politics and more. Please listen and enjoy. http://jamaicanstateofmind.com/IG: @jamaicanstateofmindpod

  • 2020 Dash Weh Dat

    31/12/2020 Duração: 01h23min

    In this episode, we shared our thoughts on 2020. We spoke about the pandemic, vaccine, election, some personal experiences, and much more. Thank you all for the support, and we have much for you next year. 2020 was a roller coaster, a rough ride, but we went through it, and we here so wi good fi next year! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!http://jamaicanstateofmind.com/

  • Reggae Lover pt2 with Kahlil & Agard

    25/10/2020 Duração: 34min

    This is part two of a two-part episode. In this episode, we continued our discussion with Kahlil and Agard, the Reggae Lover podcast hosts. In part two and the final of this episode, We spoke about America's current political state with all the protests and the upcoming election; we shared our views on it all. We discussed injustice in the political system and more, so please listen and enjoy it. https://reggaelover.com/https://www.instagram.com/reggaeloverpodcast/http://jamaicanstateofmind.com/https://www.instagram.com/jamaicanstateofmindpod/

  • Reggae Lover pt.1 with Kahlil & Agard

    18/10/2020 Duração: 01h08min

    This is part one of a two-part episode. In this episode, we were joined by Kahlil and Agard, the hosts of the Reggae Lover podcast. In part one of this episode, we discussed various topics in the dancehall/reggae world. We spoke about the media bias with Buju, the changing of the reggae/dancehall culture, and the music's business. There was a lot to discuss and unpacked on this episode, so please listen and enjoy it. https://reggaelover.com/https://www.instagram.com/reggaeloverpodcast/http://jamaicanstateofmind.com/https://www.instagram.com/jamaicanstateofmindpod/

  • Ricardo Alliman: A Jamaican International pro Basketball player

    06/10/2020 Duração: 01h23min

    In this episode, we joined by Ricardo Alliman, a pro basketball player who has represented Jamaica national team on several occasions and currently playing professionally in Europe. Ricardo spoke about his basketball journey, started at Calabar High to college basketball in the USA, then playing on the international stage. We also discussed how he adapted to cultural change and how he got fluent in french. Ricardo talked about life after basketball, and much more. Please listen and enjoy it. Please visit Jamaicanstateofmind.com for links and Merch.Ricardo Alliman IG: https://www.instagram.com/ricardoalliman/https://www.instagram.com/jamaicanstateofmindpod/

  • Kulcha Shock with Charm

    22/09/2020 Duração: 01h14min

    In this episode, we were joined Charm, another Jamaican podcaster and host of the Kulcha Shock podcast. We got to know Charm and what her podcast is about and also discussed her world-traveling experiences. Charm discussed her Jamaican American experiences and the changes she had to adapt to living here in America. We got into talking about some of her podcast episodes, especially "Dating a Jamaican Man," and how that went and much more. Please listen and enjoy it. IG: https://www.instagram.com/kulchashockwithcharm/Podcast: https://www.buzzsprout.com/649060Please visit Jamaicanstateofmind.com

  • Jamaica Election results are in, NOW what?

    08/09/2020 Duração: 01h19min

    In this episode, our friend Dane @fineantsa from London made a second appearance on the podcast. We discussed the leading up to and the result of the Jamaica Election. We spoke the dancehall influence on the election, the dubplate playing by the politicians, and our views on the re-election of Prime Minister Andrew Holness. Dane and I spoke a little about our experience growing up in Jamaica during Election time. We also discussed some of the problems Jamaica is facing and some solutions as well, especially with the younger demographic. Please Listen and enjoy, and don't forget to like, share, subscribe, and comment. Visit: Jamaicanstateofmind.com for all the new Merch and links to our social media.

  • Yute and yutes (Growing up in JA)

    12/08/2020 Duração: 01h10min

    I want to thank everyone who went out and support the merch, we appreciate it. In this episode, Carter and I spoke a little about our experience growing up in Jamaica. Although Carter and I both were born and raised in Jamaica, we both got different upbringing, and we go into that as well about our time in high school, #Calabar. Carter spoke about getting robbed and the navigation he had to go through. A lot of exciting stories in this one, so listen and enjoy it. ..Please visit Jamaicanstateofmind.com for all our social media links and also to get some Merch.

  • The Jamaican American Experience. Ft. Lori from CurrenttingZ

    30/06/2020 Duração: 01h28min

    We are back from our little break, and a lot of is going on, so we here to discuss it. In this episode were we Joined by a special guest Lori from https://www.instagram.com/currenttingz/, a Caribbean/American blog site. We discuss some of the unrest going on here in America and spoke about some of our experiences living here as well. We talked a lot about various issues in the black community and our views on some resolutions. I know this one is long, but I know you will enjoy it. Feedback is always welcome, so feel free to send us an email at [email protected] or hit us up on social media all links are on http://jamaicanstateofmind.com/. We got some Merch as well, click the below or visit our website.https://teespring.com/stores/jamaican-state-of-mind.

  • A Talk Mi a Talk

    06/05/2020 Duração: 39min

    In this episode, I went solo and shared my thoughts on how people should be objective in the information they consume online, especially when it comes to the Coronavirus. Talked about confirmation bias when it comes to conspiracies out there about Coronavirus. I also took the time to shout out and read some of the reviews we got so far about the podcast. We will be taking a break after this episode and be back in mid-June. Thank you all for the continued support of the podcast. Feedback is always welcome, and you can reach us at [email protected], IG: @jamaicanstateofminpod, FB: @Jamaicanstateofmind, and Tw: @JAstateofmind.

  • Who run di house pt 2 Ft Valincia (a woman perspective)

    21/04/2020 Duração: 01h03min

    In this episode, we were joined by a long time friend Valincia and also the first female to bless the podcast. This episode was a follow-up on the original "who runs di house (should a woman be submissive to her man?)" but with a female perspective requested by you guys. We spoke about the role a woman should play in a relationship, and Valincia gave her perspective on the matter and, among other things. Please listen and enjoy, and feedback is always welcome.

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