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The Author Profile: Mr. Marlon continues to be a contributing writer/blogger for UK's Colourful Times (under the alias "Dj Pelau"). He's an ex-music columnist for The Beat Magazine's Musical Murder (under the alias "Mr. Marlon") for 10 years (1997-2007); a previous staff writer for HipHopSite.Com (1996-2006); a music reviews regular as part of the BPM team; and was the music editor for Unleashed Magazine (2005-2007). He's also been a music consultant for 2 specialty channels at DMX Music Inc. for 10 years (1998-2008) for their Custom Sean John Channel and the Reggae Channel. Many of his stories, reviews and features have been published when he used to be a regular contributing writer for Rolling Stone, Source, Vibe, URB, Upscale, Rappages, ATM, Jahworks.org, Earplug, and HipHopDX.com. As a resident DJ at The Standard Hotel "Rooftop Bar & Pool" Downtown Los Angeles for 3 years (2005-2008), he's also produced and co-supervised some unique themed-compilations for Petrol Records and continues to DJ throughout LA privately, for music festivals, special events or outside of LA, wherever his immaculate taste in music requires him to travel.

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CD Review: Jah Cure, Ghetto Life

Jah Cure, “Ghetto Life” [VP Records] When you have producer Beres Hammond and musicians like the Roots Radics, Gumption Band, and Firehouse Crew behind a voice like Jah Cure’s, it isn’t difficult to imagine how the Rockers style of the post-millennium just got richer, sweeter and more potent than that of the 1970s. If you’re […]

CD Review: Ras Shiloh, From Rasta to You

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Rocky Dawuni and Stevie Wonder in L.A.

JahWorks.org is a web-based project dedicated to portray Caribbean and African-based music and culture with accuracy and integrity, while upholding the values of truth, equality, justice, honesty, and tolerance.

DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid Vs Twilight Circus Dub Sound System

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Mr. Marlon continues to be a contributing writer/blogger for UK's Colourful Times (under the alias "Dj Pelau"). He's an ex-music columnist for The Beat Magazine's Musical Murder (under the alias "Mr. Marlon") for 10 years (1997-2007); a previous staff writer for HipHopSite.Com (1996-2006); a music reviews regular as part of the BPM team; and was the music editor for Unleashed Magazine (2005-2007). He's also been a music consultant for 2 specialty channels at DMX Music Inc. for 10 years (1998-2008) for their Custom Sean John Channel and the Reggae Channel. Many of his stories, reviews and features have been published when he used to be a regular contributing writer for Rolling Stone, Source, Vibe, URB, Upscale, Rappages, ATM, Jahworks.org, Earplug, and HipHopDX.com. As a resident DJ at The Standard Hotel "Rooftop Bar & Pool" Downtown Los Angeles for 3 years (2005-2008), he's also produced and co-supervised some unique themed-compilations for Petrol Records and continues to DJ throughout LA privately, for music festivals, special events or outside of LA, wherever his immaculate taste in music requires him to travel.

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