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LATEST UPDATE FROM RUPERT

Thanks to victor at DCR97.4FM for continuing to play some of my past classic shows and keeping my presence on the radio on both DCR97.4fm and Global linkz Radio U.S.A
Soon After I left Dunoon to live and work in Glasgow I was contacted by HECTORRR of Studio One at Sunny Govan Radio and invited to join his Radio programme.
SUNNY G REGGAE SHOW (SGRS) TUESDAY 9pm – 11pm . This is without a doubt one of Scotland Biggest Reggae shows with a selection of nothing but the best in Reggae and Bass Culture music with monthly studio guests and the often spontaneous International Artist(s) passing through Studio One at Sunny G. HQ.
Past guests include UB40, Sugar Minott (R.I.P) Tony Tuff, Cornell Campbell, Third World, Errol Dunkley, Raging Fyah and many local champions….
You can expect something fresh and different every week. New tunes, new riddims and many old classics.
I will keep you posted as I will be back on the airwaves on 2016 and looking forward to interviewing artists who come to Glasgow and going to a gig or two
A big up goes to all those who have taken the time to hear my shows over the last few years and all the artists I have linked up with and had the honour of playing their music , Also Big up Victor at Dcr97.4fm and Empress of Global linkz radio
Hopefully you all will hear me soon !
Bless up
Dj rupert

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MEANWHILE  HERE ON DCR97.4FM —RUPERT  UPDATE 

As many of you will know Rupert is at present is in the middle of relocating to the City of Glasgow where he has now started a new career.

His music will of course continue and he is at present working hard with like-minded music lovers to launch an exciting new radio station.Urban Music Box and the famous Reggae Reggae Source will become an important part of it’s programme schedule.

Whilst this is work in progress Rupert will be unable to do these programmes live from DCR97.4 as he has done for the last five years. As soon as Rupert is in a position to restart his Radio Programmes we will be sure to let you know
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DJ RUPERTS  RE- INTRO AFTER MIDNITE –FIRST PROGRAMME SUNDAY 14th SEPTEMBER 1.00AM -LISTEN OUT FOR AFTER MIDNITE RE-PLAYS

Many DJ’s have featured on DJ Rupert’s weekly programmes and many of them on DJ Rupert’s Face off, many of them of them still very active on radio stations across the world.

In these occasional programmes Rupert reintroduces us to some of these Dj’s who are still making an impact on the music scene, you may well remember some of them.

Why not contact them and tell them what you think they will certainly welcome the feed back and don’t forget to tell them you heard them on DJ Ruperts Re-Intro DCR97.4FM.

 

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BEST RADIO PERSONALITY & BEST COMMUNITY RADIO STATION NOMINATION 

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Congratulations to DJ Rupert Tackie for his Best Radio Personality nomination in the forthcoming Dancehall Industry Awards also a big thanks to Rupert for his Reggae Reggae, Source DJ Mr D and Empres Skortcher and all at our American Sister station Globel links Radio who’s links have led to our nomination for Best Community Radio award

You can vote for DJ Rupert & Dunoon Community Radio

BEST RADIO PERSONALITY – Just vote Dj Rupert

http://www.dancehallindustryawards.com/best-radio-personality.html

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BEST COMMUNITY RADIO STATIONVote Dunoon Community Radio

http://www.dancehallindustryawards.com/best-community-radio.html

THE URBAN MUSIC BOX &  REGGAE REGGAE SOURCE

with DJ RUPERT

 

 

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THE URBAN MUSIC BOX

Past Classics to the chart sounds of tomorrow. Rupert’s world of R&B and Hip Hop spiced with more than a little African music can be heard every Sunday evening 8.00pm -10.00pm.  This highly acclaimed programme has recently been taken to another level as Rupert raised the bar and introduced the now very popular DJ FaceOff which has DJs from around the World applying to take part. We have heard a DJ from Italy competing against America’s finest and DJs from Africa competing against the best European DJs.

In the second half of Rupert’s  R&B MIX we can listen to the Afro Hour with heavy hits out of Africa. This unique insight to the music of Africa is sourced from many African Listeners and DJs who have helped make this feature an essential Part of Sundays  THE URBAN MUSIC BOX with DJ RUPERT

Keep updated with what is happening in Rupert’s world by visiting his Facebook page.  Rupert  would very much like to hear from you with request or dedications  or just a shout out you and would be happy to receive your text on 07751236995

If you fancy your chances in Rupert’s Face Off Spot why not send him some of your mixes - here are the simple rules

1 Each DJ should send at least 3 mixes and these must all be clean for radio airplay.
2 On winning the faceoff the winners have a max of 3 faceoffs.
3 Any DJs that lose can re-enter but will not be put into the dj pool again until a minimum of one month has passed and they will be advised if any additional mixes are needed
4 One vote will be taken per number texting in
5 Each mix will have a max of 5 mins (don’t worry if it’s just over, we can allow for that )
6 Any mixes must be sent via soundcloud or by joining www.afrijamz.com and entering your mixes in there,  contact email address is accraunited@gmx.com

all votes can made by texting the number 07751236995 or 004451236995 outwith the u.k and also on my facebook page for the show.

RUPERT CELEBRATES 50 YEARS OF JAMAICAN MUSIC –REGGAE MUSIC

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 BEST RADIO PERSONALITY & BEST COMMUNITY RADIO STATION NOMINATION 

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And for all those who have only recently discovered Rupert may we inform you in case you may have missed it –that Rupert returns  weekly with surely one of the finest Raggae Programmes on radio “Ruperts Reggae Reggae Source” with the ever popular Jamaican Dancehall Tracks  -   The only Genuine Raggae Chart -The Jamaican Reggae Chart. Every Wednesday 10.00pm-Midnight  DCR 97.4FM

SNOOP DOGG UPDATE

Snoop Dogg has change species, and musical direction (you could argue that he’s not rapped for years but for arguments sake lets just say he has), as he has taken up the new mantra of SNOOP LION, to go with his new reggae direction.

From his ‘Deep Cover’ beginnings as a young sidekick with Dr Dre, Snoop’s career has seen him star on two of the 90′s greatest hip-hop albums (Dre’s The Chronic and Snoop’s own Doggystyle) and, more recently, work alongside Katy Perry and Big Time Rush.

With Reincarnated, Snoop looks to reclaim the more revered moments of his career like what he saw in the 90′s, hopefully putting his shameless turns on a number of pop tracks over the past few years behind him.

This new reggae direction has thankfully helped Snoop put another few things behind him, as the enlightenment of Rastafarianism, (yes he’s changed faith too) and the music it helps him create, has helped him leave behind his bad boy, gangster image.

Gone are tracks like ‘Murder Was The Case’ and ‘Serial Killa’ and instead Snoop is singing songs like ‘No Guns Allowed.’

Recorded in Jamaica, with the blessing of Bob Marley’s family given to him, Reincarnated, will be released thorugh Snoop’s own Doggystyle label later this year. The first single from the album, ‘La La La’, is out now.

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AWARD NOMINATIONS BEGIN

As pointed out by Victor on the LLLVLBS this week the time is shortly upon us for award nominations.

Because of the diversity of programmes on Dunoon Community Radio and the world wide listeners several organisations some of them from abroad have asked us to inform our listeners of their awards and the opportunities for Dunoon Community listeners to vote for nominees or even for some awards to suggest nominees.

We shall be bringing to your attention through DCR97.4fm presenters information about these awards.

Dj Rupert who has contributions to his programmes from radio stations and DJs from around the world would like you to have this update from DCR97.4fm contributor Empress Skortcher from Global Linkz Radio whose motto says it all “Live Locally – Link Globally”
Nomination for the “AIIRS AWARD 2012″ have already been announced.

AIRM has now  officially opened the voting poll for you to cast your vote for your GLOBAL LINKZ RADIO.  Please share the link with all GLR supporters and encourage them to vote as well.

Empress Skorcher Thanks  you and hopes  to meet listeners from across the world  at the awards ceremony in NY on Feb 28th #TEAMGLR

Vote Global Linkz Radio for AIIRS Award 2012

Learn more about the Association of Independent Reggae Music Org. AIRM Facebook

See all the nominations for Best Indie Reggae Artist of the Year 2012 and Best Reggae/Ska Band of the Year 2012
Tickets to the Event can be purchase at

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Here are again some useful links in case you have missed them  Official Global Linkz Radio Website
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  1. Reggae Robin Riddim Mix hosted by Ninja Crown (Mighty Crown)

    Tracklist:
    01. Glen Washington – Beat of My Heart
    02. Delly Ranks – Hold the Faith
    03. Perfect Giddimani – Be Wise (Solomon Says)
    04. Natural Black – Who’s Gonna Take the Blame
    05. Fyakin – Jean
    06. Young Shanty – Same Lane
    07. Da Real Storm – Alone

    Download this mix https://soundcloud.com/reggaeville/reggae-robin-riddim-mix-upsetta-records-2016

  2. FREE Mixtape from one of Jamaicas top mixtape deejays Who Hosted Reggae Reggae Source along with Deejay Rupert and Mr d https://soundcloud.com/dj_junky/djjunky-reggae-vibes-culture-vol3-mixtape-2k16

  3. Salute to Victor and all DCR team and listeners
    I can now heard on regular on http://www.sunnyg.com/ Tuesday nights on the world famous Sunny G reggae show with DJ Hector from 9pm till 11pm UK time

    Back in the day Vitor took out time to Post on the webpage an album from one of the up and coming reggae artists ,he goes by the name of Keron Salmon, known by his fans as Kabaka Pyramid, is an ever-evolving artist that has numerous ways of expressing his creativity. The ability to watch and learn from others around him has made him into somewhat of a Jack-of-all-trades. You can find him at Bebble Rock Studios, in his hometown Kingston, Jamaica, writing lyrics, producing tracks, engineering/recording himself or other artists, mixing songs, editing video/photos, or even learning to play the guitar!
    the album victor posted was Rebel Music back in 2011 since then Kabaka has done a world tour and produced ,wrote and co-wrote tunes with Damian Marley ,Chronixx and Protoje ,he in the main has been grow his own team of artists at Bebble Rock Studios
    The 1st of which is Koro Fyah another new wave reggae artist new wave is the old to the new sound of reggae , and just as we are giving you his Debut free of Charge
    Check it

    Debut project of reggae artist “Koro Fyah” released for © Bebble Rock Music 2016
    Bebble Rock Music
    Executive Producers:- Shane Dixon, Keron Salmon, Duane McDonald, Abishai Hoilett
    Free DOWNLOAD
    https://soundcloud.com/korofyah/sets/rough-diamond-ep

  4. Dj Rupert says:

    Produced by Fitzroy Francis and Empress Skortcher of Global Linkz Radio
    You heard it 1st on DCRs Reggae Reggae source and Ever Blazing Friday via Global linkz radio

    Today marks the third year anniversary of the release of the “Operator2013 Rhythm Velocity”, a tribute to the late great Delory Wilson and living legend “Bunny Striker Lee” OD. All songs were mixed by another late great Phillip Smart.
    It’s still available digital worldwide via Vpal Dist on the Mightyful13 Records label.

    DL right here https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/rhythm-velocity/id650375226

    Hear it here
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7yKz6UHvojw

  5. Dj Rupert says:

    https://soundcloud.com/…/major-lazer-light-it-up-feat-nyla-… Download it
    DJ FACEOFF Finalist Major Lazer and Fuse ODG

    Dj Sammy has a Prince tribute lined up for his show today which kick off at 6pm today only on DCR

  6. Dj Rupert says:

    U-Roy

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    Active1960s – 2000s
    Born September 21, 1942 in Jones Town, Jamaica
    Genre
    Reggae
    Styles
    DJ/Toasting
    Dub
    Contemporary Reggae
    Rocksteady
    Roots Reggae
    Also Known As
    Ewart Beckford
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    U-Roy The legend Coming to Glasgow soon and will be live on Sunday Govan Reggae show with Dj Hector and Dj Rupert

    He will also be Doing a gig in Glasgow with Hector and also a Gig in Edinburgh

    We will Keep you posted on when you Tune into Sunday govan Reggae show Tunesdays 9pm – 11pm

    http://www.sunnyg.com/
    The man who invented the modern DJ rap style by toasting on King Tubby’s sound system during the late ’60s

    Known as the Originator, U-Roy wasn’t the first DJ, nor even the first to cut a record, but he was the first to shake the nation and he originated a style so distinctly unique that he single-handedly changed his homeland’s music scene forever. Born Ewart Beckford in Jones Town, Jamaica, in 1942, he received his famous moniker from a young family member unable to correctly pronounce Ewart and the nickname stuck.

    U-Roy’s rise to fame was slow, and took almost a decade. He began back in 1961, DJing at the Doctor Dickie’s Dynamite sound system. Eventually, he moved onto the Sir Mike the Musical Thunderstorm outfit, and then in 1968 to the Sir George the Atomic sound system. The DJ was then lured away by Coxsone Dodd; however, soon tiring of playing second fiddle to longtime veteran King Stitt, he returned to Sir George. Around this same time, he met up with another royal figure, King Tubby, then working as a disc cutter at Duke Reid’s studio. The mechanic was just beginning his musical experiments that eventually led him to develop dub, and at the moment he was giving his proto-dub experimental discs to a handful of his favorite DJs. The following year, King Tubby launched his own Hi-Fi sound system and brought in U-Roy as his top DJ. By then, the DJ had established himself as one of the premier talents of the sound system scene. Producer Keith Hudson was the first to recognize the possibilities and took U-Roy into the studio in late 1969 to cut the song “Dynamic Fashion Way.” However, the tape lay in the studio while the producer went off on a trip to the U.S. and the DJ went off to try his luck elsewhere. Lee Perry paired U-Roy with Peter Tosh and recorded “Selassie,” a version of Ras Michael & the Sons of Negus’ “Ethiopian National Anthem.” The single was originally credited to the Reggae Boys and on its subsequent reissue, under the title “(Earth’s) Rightful Ruler,” it was then credited to Peter Tosh and Hugh Roy, a spelling the DJ would adhere to for the next several years. U-Roy cut one more single with Perry (“O.K. Corral”) then moved on to Keith Hudson, for whom he recorded “Dynamic Fashion Way,” and Bunny Lee, with whom he cut “King of the Road.” He next linked with producer Lloyd Daley for two singles, “Scandal” and “Sound of the Wise,” which like their predecessors,created a stir amongst the grassroots sound system crowds, but barely registered beyond them.

    Version of WisdomJohn Holt would change all that. One night early in 1970, he attended a sound system party and caught U-Roy DJing. The singer was blown away, not least of all because the chatterer was exhorting the enthusiastic crowd over Holt’s own hit “Wear You to the Ball.” The next day the singer went around to see Duke Reid and adamantly stated that the producer must record the DJ. Reid was convinced and U-Roy was promptly put into the studio to cut two songs, over classic Treasure Isle singles, of course. The first release, “Wake the Town,” did exactly that and an aroused Jamaica swiftly sent the single to the top of the charts. That song was a version of Alton Ellis’ “Girl I’ve Got a Date”; the next, “Rule the Nation,” was cut over the Techniques’ “Love Is Not a Gamble,” and that single was as prophetic as the first. It, too, slammed up the chart, as did its follow-up, “Wear You to the Ball.” For a month and a half, all three singles boldly stood astride the top three spots in the Jamaican charts. U-Roy went on to cut another 29 songs with Reid, all versions of Treasure Isle’s most beloved singles. The Frontline label’s 1970 compilation Version of Wisdom bundled up much of the DJ’s classic work for Reid, bringing together two previous albums: Versions Galore, initially released by Trojan in 1971, and Frontline’s own 1979 compilation With Words of Wisdom. The British Attack label also sports a slew of this material on 1974′s U-Roy, while Trojan’s Ace From Out of Space grabs up 30 of them. The definitive collection comes from France’s Esoldun label and Super Boss boasts all the classic cuts the DJ recorded for Reid. “Versions galore, you can hear them by the score,” U-Roy exclaimed on “Versions Galore,” and indeed you could.
    With a Flick of My Musical Wrist Every producer in town was now vying to record DJs, pillaging through their back catalogs for appropriate rhythms. In U-Roy’s wake came a flood of young hopefuls, Dennis Alcapone, I- Roy, Big Youth, Scotty, Lizzy, U-Roy Junior, and many, many others. Many of these early progenitors of the DJ scene, U-Roy included, can by found on the Trojan label compilation With a Flick of My Musical Wrist. U-Roy himself would never again place three singles at the top of the chart, but he continued to have smash hits and made his way happily around the studios. He recorded a number of notable songs for producer Alvin Ranglin, including “Way Down South” (a version of Billy Dyce’s hit “Take Warning”) and “Nana Banana.” Working with Glen Brown, he cut “Number One in the World” over the much-versioned “Dirty Harry” rhythm, while also recording intriguing offerings for Niney Holness and Lloyd Daley.
    In 1975, U-Roy teamed up once again with Bunny Lee, cutting a number of songs with the producer. In 1983, the Vista Sounds label released remixes of these cuts as DJ Masterpieces, which also boasts tracks by other DJs, U-Roy amongst them, recorded for the producer. Now the reigning hero of the Jamaican DJ scene, U-Roy would come to international attention via a totally unexpected source. The American soul-lite duo Hall & Oates surprisingly enough recorded a cover of the DJ’s hit “Soldering” on their eponymous album. This prompted the Virgin label to sign him and, paired with producer Prince Tony Robinson, U-Roy recorded his debut album (Dread Inna Babylon), backed by the Skin, Flesh & Bones Band. The following year’s Natty Rebel, again with Robinson at the helm, found the DJ now backed by the rootsy rhythms of Lloyd Parks and Sly Dunbar, and accompanied by a pair of singers.

    Rasta AmbassadorU-Roy was now reaching the peak of his power. His toasts were utterly relaxed and conversational, yet always in perfect synchronicity with the rhythms. The DJ had now gained a significant following in the U.K., as well, and in August 1976, visited Britain for the first time. He performed at the London Lyceum, backed by the always excellent Revolutionaries, and the 1978 Live EP was drawn from this phenomenal show. Back in Jamaica, U-Roy began recording his new album, Rasta Ambassador, filling the studio with musicians and singers, 15 strong in all. The Gladiators provided particularly sonorous backing vocals, while the band, led by the rhythm team of Sly & Robbie, created a deep roots sound appropriate to the album’s title and accentuated by Robinson’s deeply dubby production.
    Jah Son of Africa Somehow, U-Roy found time in his busy schedule to launch his own sound system, Stur-Gav, that year. He also continued to run his own labels, Del-Ma and Mego-Ann, which the DJ had set up a few years back. 1978 brought a new album, Jah Son of Africa, arguably U- Roy’s best. Again, a deeply rootsy outing; with a superb supporting cast (this time the Gladiators were joined by Ken Boothe), the album showcased the DJ at his cultural height. It was to be his final album for Virgin. In 1991, the label released the Natty Rebel — Extra Version album, which pulled tracks from both Natty Rebel and Jah Son of Africa, and also included the Live EP. A limited edition three-CD box set Three From the Frontline appeared this same year, and bundled together Version of Wisdom, Rasta Ambassador, and Natty Rebel — Extra Version.
    In the runup to the 1980 election, Stur-Gav fell victim to the violence that swept Jamaica and the sound system was destroyed. Undeterred, U-Roy relaunched it the following year and brought in new DJs, including up and coming stars Josey Wales and Charlie Chaplin. U-Roy would collaborate with the former for the entertaining Teacher Meets the Student, whose tracks date from around this period. But perhaps the DJ was taking on too much between his sound system, labels, and live appearances, for his next album, Love Is Not a Gamble showed a sharp decline in standards. U-Roy seemed to recognize this and subsequently his recorded output slowed to a trickle of singles. He did, however, continue to perform live and on-stage, and his power remained undiminished.

    In 1982, he appeared at Reggae Sunsplash for the first time and a song from his powerful set can be heard on the Best of Festival — Day One compilation. In 1983, the DJ was behind the superb King Stur-Gav Hi Fi Lee Unlimited album, a live session recorded at his own sound system that featured a clutch of crucial DJs from Dillinger to the young Beenie Man, his two favorite protégés Charlie Chaplin and Josey Wales, as well as U-Roy himself. The follow-up, King Stur-Gav Sounds Live at Clarendon J.A., amazingly doesn’t feature U-Roy at all, except in the capacity of selector. The next year brought the excellent “Hustling” single, cut for producer Gussie Clarke, “Get Ready” recorded for Ossie Thomas, and a return engagement at Reggae Sunsplash that year, with a second appearance in 1985.

    True Born African Silence then followed for two years; then as if to make up for lost time, in 1987 U-Roy jumped back into recording with a vengeance. He teamed up with Tappa Zukie for the Line Up and Come album, a stunning return to form that cruelly gained little notice. He also released Music Addict, overseen by Prince Jazzbo, that same year. However, halfway through that latter album, the DJ seems to run out of steam. Afterwards, U-Roy once again lapsed into a lengthy silence, at least in the studio; he found his voice for Reggae Sunsplash the next summer, though, and kept it well exercised for another appearance in 1990. The following year found him back in London, on-stage at London’s Hammersmith Palais. But during all this time, the DJ continued steering clear of the recording studio. It was U.K. producer Mad Professor who coaxed him back in during 1991 for the True Born African album. Since then, U-Roy has continued recording under the Professor’s aegis. Smile Awhile appeared in 1993 and featured a number of guest stars, including Yabby You, Aisha, Sandra Cross, and lovers rock heroine Susan Cadogan. Incidentally, the album’s title was inspired by a line from the DJ’s old hit “Flashing My Whip” (“smile awhile and give your face a rest”). Also in 1993, the DJ guested on Nolan Irie’s album Work So Hard. In 1996, U-Roy joined Cadogan for a remake of her classic hit “Hurt So Good,” which the DJ had previously versioned on Smile Awhile. U-Roy also released his own new album that year (Babylon Kingdom Must Fall). Four more years passed before its follow-up hit the shops. Serious Matter found the DJ toasting over an album’s worth of classic songs, accompanied by a host of veteran vocalists, Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaacs, and Horace Andy amongst them.

  7. Thanks to victor the boss playing some of my classic shows in the past ive still been heard on DCR and Global linkz Radio U.S.A
    Soon After i left Dunoon for Glasgow i Got a message from HECTORRR of Studio One at Sunny Govan Radio and he has asked me to join his show
    SUNNY G REGGAE SHOW (SGRS) TUESDAY 9pm – 11pm . This is without a doubt one of Scotland Biggest Reggae shows with a selection of nothing but the best in Reggae and Bass Culture music with monthly studio guests and the often spontaneous International Artist(s) passing through Studio One at Sunny G. HQ.

    Past guests include UB40, Sugar Minott (R.I.P) Tony Tuff, Cornell Campbell, Third World, Errol Dunkley, Raging Fyah and many local champions….
    Expect something fresh and different every week. New tunes, new riddims and many old classics
    I will keep you posted as i will be back on the airwaves on 2016 , in looking forward to interview with artists who come to glasgow and going to a gig or two
    A big up goes to all those who have taken the time to hear my shows and all the artists i have linked up with and had the honour of playing their music , Also Big up victor the boss of Dcr and Empress of Global linkz radio

    Hopefully you all will hear me soon !
    Bless up
    Dj rupert
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  8. Fuse ODG says:

    I would like to thank Dj Rupert for being the 1st anywhere in the world to play my music on radio 4 years ago i also hear my music was playing on US Airwaves on global linkz radio and my tune with sean paul Dangerous love was made a spin of the week.

    Thanks to people like Dj Rupert ,Empres, Mr d and Victor

    i have won my 3rd Mobo award for Best African Act

    MOBO awards 2015 winners list: Grime artists come up top as Stormzy and Krept and Konan win big

    The awards ceremony featured performances from nominees Rita Ora, FKA Twigs Fuse odg and Cee-Lo Green

    Grime was the big winner at this year’s Mobo awards, with Stormzy taking home Best Male Act and Best Grime Artist while Skepta won Best Song for his hit “Shutdown”.

    Also winning big was duo Krept and Konan who won Best Hip-Hop Act and best album for The Long Way Home. Elsewhere, ‘Godfather of Grime’ Wiley won a Paving The Way award, as did Sir Lenny Henry. In total, there were 27 nominations for grime artists.

    The awards show took place at Leeds Arena, with guests including Great British Bake Off winner Nadiya Hussain, Robert Pattinson and Idris Elba.

    Winners list in full

    Best hip-hop act: Krept and Konan

    Best newcomer: Section Boyz

    Best African act: Fuse ODG

    Best female act: Ella Eyre

    Best male act: Stormzy

    Best song: Skepta – Shutdown

    Best grime act: Stormzy

    Best album: Krept and Konan – The Long Way Home

    Best video: FKA twigs – Pendulum

    Best reggae act: Popcaan

    Best jazz: Binker and Moses

    Best R&B/soul act: Shakka

    Best gospel act: Faith Child

    Best international album: Drake – If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late

    Mobo outstanding achievement award: CeeLo Green

    Paving the way: Wiley

    Paving the way: Sir Lenny Henry

    Best wishes to all Dunoon Community radio crew and listeners

  9. 2015 MOBO Awards Nominations List

    We are thrilled to unveil the shortlist for our 20th annual MOBO Awards – a superb combination featuring the very best artists across a broad range of MOBO categories. The winners are in your hands… voting opens Today (Oct 1)!

    MOBO Best Newcomer (In association with Virgin Trains)

    Bugzy Malone

    Section Boyz

    Nao

    Bonkaz

    Nick Brewer

    George The Poet

    J Hus

    Snakehips

    Sinead Harnett

    Yungen

    MOBO Best Video

    Stormzy “Know Me From” (Directed by Serious Black)

    FKA Twigs “Pendulum” (Directed by FKA Twigs & Paula Harrowing)

    FKA Twigs “Glass & Patron” (Directed by FKA Twigs)

    Rita Ora Feat. Chris Brown “Body On Me” (Directed Colin Tilley)

    Lethal Bizzle Feat. Diztortion “Fester Skank” (Directed by Ludovic and Zotto)

    MOBO Best Female Act

    FKA Twigs

    Little Simz

    Ella Eyre

    Lianne La Havas

    Jess Glynne

    MOBO Best Male Act

    Skepta

    Mark Ronson

    Krept and Konan

    Jme

    Stormzy

    MOBO Best Song (In association with First Direct)

    Mark Ronson Feat. Bruno Mars “Uptown Funk”

    Skepta “Shutdown”

    Tinie Tempah Feat. Jess Glynne “Not Letting Go”

    Jme Feat. Giggs “Man Don’t Care”

    Krept and Konan Feat. Jeremih “Freak Of The Week”

    MOBO Best Album

    Krept and Konan – The Long Way Home

    Jme – Integrity>

    Lianne La Havas – Blood

    Wiley – Snakes & Ladders

    Jamie XX – In Colour

    MOBO Best Grime Act (In association with BBC Radio 1Xtra)

    Bugzy Malone

    Jme

    Lethal Bizzle

    Skepta

    Stormzy

    MOBO Best R&B/Soul Act

    Kwabs

    Shakka

    Lianne La Havas

    Andreya Triana

    Joss Stone

    MOBO Best Hip Hop Act

    Akala

    Krept and Konan

    Little Simz

    Lady Leshurr

    Nines

    MOBO Best International Album

    Drake – If Youre Reading This Its Too Late

    J. Cole – 2014 Forest Hill Drive

    Kendrick Lamar – To Pimp A Butterfly

    Dr. Dre – Compton: A Soundtrack By Dr. Dre

    The Weeknd – Beauty Behind The Madness

    D’Angelo and The Vanguard – Black Messiah

    Jazmine Sullivan – Reality Show

    The Internet – Ego Death

    Tyrese – Black Rose

    A$AP Rocky – At.Long.Last.ASAP

    MOBO Best African Act

    Wizkid

    Fuse ODG

    Silvastone

    Davido

    Patoranking

    Moelogo

    Yemi Alade

    AKA

    Mista Silva

    Shatta Wale

    MOBO Best Reggae Act

    Stylo G

    Chronixx

    OMI

    Popcaan

    Protoje

    MOBO Best Jazz Act

    Binker and Moses

    Julia Biel

    Courtney Pine

    David Lyttle

    Polar Bear

    MOBO Best Gospel Act

    Chos3n

    Olaedo Ibe

    Leroy Johnson

    Ni-Cola

    Faith Child

    The 20th MOBO Awards ceremony will take place on Wednesday, November 4 at The First Direct Arena in Leeds.

    Vote now ! — http://voting.mobo.com/

  10. Dj Rupert says:

    Scottish Alternative Music Awards
    Voting is now open for 2015 SAMA AWARDS

    Friend of DCR DJ Yemster who has mixed for the urban music box show is up for BEST HIP HOP sponsored by Splitter Scotland

    To view the full list of nominees and vote log on at http://officialsama.co.uk/vote/NOW/

  11. TONIGHT RUPERT HANDS OVER TO EMPRESS SKORTCHER FOR A SPECIAL PROGRAMME says:

    TONIGHT RUPERT HANDS OVER TO EMPRESS SKORTCHER FOR A SPECIAL PROGRAMME
    WEDNESDAY 10PM -12 MIDNIGHT UK TIME AND 5PM – 7PM EST U.S.A TIME REGGAE REGGAE SOURCE SORRY FOLKS RUPERT CAN’T MAKE IT TONIGHT BUT HAS SUGGESTED A VERY SPECIAL SHOW WHICH HE DOESN’T EVEN FEATURE IN –FROM MARCH OF THIS YEAR –FROM GLOBAL LINK RADIO & FROM THAT EVER BLAZING WOMAN THE FABULOUS EMPRESS SKORTCHER WE PRESENT “OLDIES BUT GOODIES” — co-hosted by Empress Skortcher and Fitzroy Francis broadcasted on 16 March 2015 featured two dynamic guests. First was Ruler Brown, broadcaster, veteran producer, singer, songwriter, philanthropist, CEO and Founder of Peace And Love Academic Scholarship (PALAS). On 14 April 2015, Rula Brown released his 9th studio album, a 38 track double set CD titled Peace and Love. Second guest was veteran producer, singer, and songwriter, and CEO/Founder of Stronger Production Label, Paul Elliot who on 24 March 2015 released his 5th studio album titled Reggae Music Tun Up. This self produced album features 10 awesome tracks

  12. Dj Rupert says:

    Moods Of Empress Skortcher Vol. 2 – Free Up! Is Now Available.
    Listen/Download MP3/Share :http://empressskortcher.podomatic.com
    Gwan Hold A Medz!

    Tracklist

    Intro
    1. Third World – YimMasGan
    2. Kabaka Pyramid – Too Long
    3. Andrew Bees – Vatican
    4. Prophecy Izis- Bloody War
    5. Kristine Alicia – Freedom Fighters
    6. Ky-Mani Marley Feat. Damian Marley – Keepers Of The Light
    7. Tasha T – Meditation
    8. Morgan Heritage – Strictly Roots
    9. Paul Elliott – Real Thing
    10. Musical Sniper Feat. Dennis Brown – Go For It
    11. Asfa – Many Are Called
    12. Ky-Enie – Wings Of An Angel
    13. Rula Brown – Boink
    14. Iba Mahr – Conscious Awakening
    15. Junior Reid – Now Is the Time
    16. Barrington Levy – Liar
    17. Richie Spice – I Use The Herbs
    18. Jah9 – The Marijuana
    19. Jesse Royal – Gimme Likkle
    20. Jesse Royal – This Morning
    21. Bunny Brown – Outro

  13. Dj Rupert says:

    URBAN MUSIC BOX
    WITH DEEJAY RUPERT
    10PM Sundays
    All things urban
    RnB, Soul, Hip Hop, Soca Afrobeat Reggae and more
    2nd hour Reggae reggae source extra
    BLACK STAR SOUNDS SYSTEM CREW will be in the mix courtesy of Radio XYZ of Ghana

    http://tunein.com/radio/Dunoon-Community-Radio-974-s133815/
    or
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html

  14. Dj Rupert says:

    Wednesdays REGGAE REGGAE SOURCE
    DJ Rupert presents his programme live on DCR 97.4 FM Scotland & Global Linkz Radio u.s.a .. presenting the Top 5 Reggae and Dancehall tunes from the Top 25 Music Charts in Jamaica,
    This weeks 30 mins is a rewind back to very Genesis of the Reggae Reggae source show it was back in 2011 Dj Rupert co hosted the show with Mr d of the worldwide afrikan vybz crew as a salute to Mr d we will air the very first live audio of the afrikan vybz mix
    Also hear this weeks old school Classic track selected by one of our worldwide listeners. If you have an old school track you would like to hear on air in future shows email us at mail@dunooncommunityradio.org
    you can also hear this week’s
    riddim of the week!
    on DCR 10pm u.k time
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html
    and GLR 5pm eastern u.s time
    http://www.globallinkzradio.com/

    Give thanks to all the listeners and supporters.

  15. Message from Dj ritchie ruftone Edinburgh

    On the long drive home from 2015 UK DMC Finals @bpm ,I won the Uk supremacy and got joint 1st in the solo 6mins with JFB a 1st ever in 30 years of uk dmc history , so i will be in the dmc world finals 4th october in London representing the uk in both solo categories for the 4th year in a row …. Lets gooooooo

    https://www.facebook.com/ritchiehodge?fref=ts

    http://www.ritchieruftone.com/

  16. Deejay Yemster “The Versatile Vinyl Mix Master” from dundee is up for a hip hop scottish music award . a long time contributor to Urban music box Afro hour with mixes and Also Radio one xtra has been entertaining the people of scotland in urban clubs in Glasgow and Edinburgh also he has done mixtapes with new uk hip hop artists

    Congrats from Dcr to you Yem !

    Scottish Music awards

    Our 2015 nominations for BEST HIP HOP, in association with Splitter Scotland:

    MOG
    Deejay Yemster “The Versatile Vinyl Mix Master” &
    Hextacy
    Delighted Peoples
    Bigg Taj & Spee Six Nine
    The ill Collective
    Spring Break

    We’ll leave you with these for now. Remember to get your tickets to the main event via http://bit.ly/1NFHg2l

    To see the rest log on http://officialsama.tumblr.com/

    hear Yemsters mix aired on Radio one xtra https://soundcloud.com/deejay-yemster/live-broadcast-of-deejay

  17. Dj Rupert says:

    URBAN MUSIC BOX
    WITH DEEJAY RUPERT
    10PM Sundays
    All things urban
    RnB, Soul, Hip Hop, Soca Afrobeat Reggae and more
    In the 2nd Hour a Guest afromix this week is the return of DJ Deemaks from
    Toronto, Canada AFROBEAT THROWBACK in the mix
    http://tunein.com/radio/Dunoon-Community-Radio-974-s133815/
    or
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html

  18. Dj Rupert says:

    *Acoustic* Conscious Reggae Mix on air tonight

    Wednesdays REGGAE REGGAE SOURCE
    DJ Rupert presents his programme live on DCR 97.4 FM Scotland & Global Linkz Radio u.s.a .. presenting the Top 5 Reggae and Dancehall tunes from Richie B’s Top 25 Music Charts in Jamaica,
    The worldwide Trendsetterz-Sound crew brings us this weeks 30 mins mix its an *Acoustic* Conscious Reggae Mix
    Also hear this weeks old school Classic track selected by one of our worldwide listeners. If you have an old school track you would like to hear on air in future shows email us at mail@dunooncommunityradio.org
    you can also hear this week’s
    riddim of the week!
    on DCR 10pm u.k time
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html
    and GLR 5pm eastern u.s time
    http://www.globallinkzradio.com/
    big shout out to all dcr and glr crew

  19. Dj Rupert says:

    URBAN MUSIC BOX
    WITH DEEJAY RUPERT
    10PM Sundays
    All things urban
    RnB, Soul, Hip Hop, Soca Afrobeat Reggae and more
    In the 2nd Hour a Guest afromix this week is the return of DJ Neptizzle of
    London, Britain
    http://tunein.com/radio/Dunoon-Community-Radio-974-s133815/
    or
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html

  20. Dj Rupert says:

    Wednesdays REGGAE REGGAE SOURCE
    DJ Rupert presents his programme live on DCR 97.4 FM Scotland & Global Linkz Radio u.s.a .. presenting the Top 5 Reggae and Dancehall tunes from the Top 25 Music Charts in Jamaica,
    This weeks 30 mins is a rewind back to very Genesis of the Reggae Reggae source show it was back in 2011 Dj Rupert co hosted the show with Mr d of the worldwide afrikan vybz crew as a salute to Mr d we will air the very first live audio of the afrikan vybz mix
    Also hear this weeks old school Classic track selected by one of our worldwide listeners. If you have an old school track you would like to hear on air in future shows email us at mail@dunooncommunityradio.org
    you can also hear this week’s
    riddim of the week!
    on DCR 10pm u.k time
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html
    and GLR 5pm eastern u.s time
    http://www.globallinkzradio.com/

    Give thanks to all the listeners and supporters.

  21. Dj Rupert says:

    URBAN MUSIC BOX
    WITH DEEJAY RUPERT
    10PM Sundays
    All things urban
    RnB, Soul, Hip Hop, Soca Afrobeat Reggae and more
    In the 2nd Hour at many a request Scotlands own World Dj Champion
    Ritchie Ruftone recent exclusive mix for dcr we be replayed
    http://tunein.com/radio/Dunoon-Community-Radio-974-s133815/
    or
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html

  22. Dj Rupert says:

    Wednesdays REGGAE REGGAE SOURCE
    DJ Rupert presents his programme live on DCR 97.4 FM Scotland & Global Linkz Radio u.s.a .. presenting the Top 5 Reggae and Dancehall tunes from the Top 25 Music Charts in Jamaica,
    VENOM UNIT of Spanish Town, St. Catherine Jamaica presents this weeks 30 mins mix
    Also hear this weeks old school Classic track selected by one of our worldwide listeners. If you have an old school track you would like to hear on air in future shows email us at mail@dunooncommunityradio.org
    you can also hear this week’s
    riddim of the week!
    on DCR 10pm u.k time
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html
    and GLR 5pm eastern u.s time
    http://www.globallinkzradio.com/
    big shout out to all dcr and glr crew

  23. Dj Rupert says:

    URBAN MUSIC BOX
    WITH DEEJAY RUPERT
    10PM Sundays
    All things urban
    RnB, Soul, Hip Hop, Soca Afrobeat Reggae and more
    In the 2nd Hour a Guest afromix this week is from DJ Neptizzle of
    London, Britain
    http://tunein.com/radio/Dunoon-Community-Radio-974-s133815/
    or
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html

  24. An Artist Dcr listeners have been hearing from the very start from 4 years ago to now by way of mr d and his afrikan vybz mixes on reggae source he last week was the number no 1 single on the jamaican reggae chart – with well done

    Also he was live in inverview on DCR and GLR on Ever Blazing friday

    download his live interview
    http://empressskortcher.podomatic.com/entry/2015-08-08T12_29_15-07_00

  25. Download the show !

    The 1st of my two two musical guests on the Ever Blazing Friday Show was Musical Sniper aka Rappa Robert. Hear what happened with him and Tippa Lee, why his name change and what he is doing these days. Now a solo artist, Musical Sniper’s enlightening reasoning about his early beginning, and his current mission and his advice to fellow artists (veterans and new) is worth hearing! His story of self-reliance, resilience and uplifting songs left my heart, mind and soul wanting more. Our full recorded conversation can be found @ http://empressskortcher.podomatic.com/…/2015-08-22T20_09_09…
    Feel free to share/and download this copy.
    Thanks to all who tuned in to the live show on Friday. – EmpSk

  26. Dj Rupert says:

    Wednesdays REGGAE REGGAE SOURCE
    DJ Rupert presents his programme live on DCR 97.4 FM Scotland & Global Linkz Radio u.s.a .. presenting the Top 5 Reggae and Dancehall tunes from the Top 25 Music Charts in Jamaica,
    selector JAH of Boston, United States presents this weeks 30 mins mix
    Also hear this weeks old school Classic track selected by one of our worldwide listeners. If you have an old school track you would like to hear on air in future shows email us at mail@dunooncommunityradio.org
    you can also hear this week’s
    riddim of the week!
    on DCR 10pm u.k time
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html
    and GLR 5pm eastern u.s time
    http://www.globallinkzradio.com/
    big shout out to all dcr and glr crew

  27. DJ rupert says:

    JUSTICE SOUND, 1960s Reggae History, Ska. Ultimate Ska Reggae Roots Mix.
    https://soundcloud.com/justicesound/justice-sound-60s-reggae-history-ska-ultimate-reggae-roots-mix

  28. Dj Rupert says:

    URBAN MUSIC BOX
    WITH DEEJAY RUPERT
    10PM Sundays
    All things urban
    RnB, Soul, Hip Hop, Soca Afrobeat Reggae and more

    In the 2nd hour Is a Reggae Reggae source extra hour of Ska After the Mod Revival Weekender This is Mixed by the world champion sound that is Justice Sound of Jacksonville, United States

    http://tunein.com/radio/Dunoon-Community-Radio-974-s133815/
    or
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html

  29. Dj Rupert says:

    URBAN MUSIC BOX
    WITH DEEJAY RUPERT
    10PM Sundays
    All things urban
    RnB, Soul, Hip Hop, Soca Afrobeat Reggae and more

    In the 2nd hour its Afrobeat DJ Neptizzle of
    London, Britain in the mix

    http://tunein.com/radio/Dunoon-Community-Radio-974-s133815/
    or
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html

  30. Dj Rupert says:

    Wednesdays REGGAE REGGAE SOURCE
    DJ Rupert presents his programme live on DCR 97.4 FM Scotland & Global Linkz Radio u.s.a .. presenting the Top 5 Reggae and Dancehall tunes from the Top 25 Music Charts in Jamaica,
    DJ Vadim of EAST LONDON Brings us this weeks 30 mins mix in a old school style
    Also hear this weeks old school Classic track selected by one of our worldwide listeners. If you have an old school track you would like to hear on air in future shows email us at mail@dunooncommunityradio.org
    you can also hear this week’s
    riddim of the week!
    on DCR 10pm u.k time
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html
    and GLR 5pm eastern u.s time
    http://www.globallinkzradio.com/
    big shout out to all dcr and glr crew

  31. Dj Rupert says:

    URBAN MUSIC BOX
    WITH DEEJAY RUPERT
    10PM Sundays
    All things urban
    RnB, Soul, Hip Hop, Soca Afrobeat Reggae and more

    In the 2nd hour its Afrobeat v Soca

    Representing afrobeats in the mix Dj Cristian of Stockholm, Sweden
    Representing Socabeats HOSTED by Barrie Hype, MIXED by Crown Prince of trinidad

    http://tunein.com/radio/Dunoon-Community-Radio-974-s133815/
    or
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html

  32. Dj Rupert says:

    Wednesdays REGGAE REGGAE SOURCE
    DJ Rupert presents his programme live on DCR 97.4 FM Scotland & Global Linkz Radio u.s.a .. presenting the Top 5 Reggae and Dancehall tunes from the Top 25 Music Charts in Jamaica,
    Dj junky of Jamaica is back with another 30 mins mix
    Also hear this weeks old school Classic track selected by one of our worldwide listeners. If you have an old school track you would like to hear on air in future shows email us at mail@dunooncommunityradio.org
    you can also hear this week’s
    riddim of the week!
    on DCR 10pm u.k time
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html
    and GLR 5pm eastern u.s time
    http://www.globallinkzradio.com/
    big shout out to all dcr and glr crew

  33. Dj Rupert says:

    AFROHOUSE MIX WITH DJ MOBE OF ANGOLA
    As played on Sundays UMB Download it !
    https://soundcloud.com/dj_mo-be/afro-house-june-2015-mix-by-djmobe

  34. URBAN MUSIC BOX
    WITH DEEJAY RUPERT
    10PM Sundays
    All things urban
    RnB, Soul, Hip Hop, Soca Afrobeat Reggae and more
    In the 2nd hour its Afrohouse hour Mixed by Dj Mobe of Angola

    http://tunein.com/radio/Dunoon-Community-Radio-974-s133815/
    or
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html

  35. Wednesdays REGGAE REGGAE SOURCE
    DJ Rupert presents his programme live on DCR 97.4 FM Scotland & Global Linkz Radio u.s.a .. presenting the Top 5 Reggae and Dancehall tunes from the Top 25 Music Charts in Jamaica,
    In the 2nd hour we have 30 mins of ROBERT NESTA MARLEY
    Also hear this weeks old school Classic track selected by one of our worldwide listeners. If you have an old school track you would like to hear on air in future shows email us at mail@dunooncommunityradio.org
    you can also hear this week’s
    riddim of the week!
    on DCR 10pm u.k time
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html
    and GLR 5pm eastern u.s time
    http://www.globallinkzradio.com/
    big shout out to all dcr and glr crew

  36. Dj Rupert says:

    URBAN MUSIC BOX
    WITH DEEJAY RUPERT
    10PM Sundays
    All things urban
    RnB, Soul, Hip Hop, Soca Afrobeat Reggae and more
    In the 2nd Hour a Guest afromix this week is from DJ-Zain of Birmingham
    http://tunein.com/radio/Dunoon-Community-Radio-974-s133815/
    or
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html

  37. Dj Rupert says:

    URBAN MUSIC BOX
    WITH DEEJAY RUPERT
    10PM Sundays
    All things urban
    RnB, Soul, Hip Hop, Soca Afrobeat Reggae and more
    In the 2nd hour
    Dj Edu is back in mix with Afrobeats
    http://tunein.com/radio/Dunoon-Community-Radio-974-s133815/
    or
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html

  38. Dj Rupert says:

    Wednesdays REGGAE REGGAE SOURCE
    DJ Rupert presents his programme live on DCR 97.4 FM Scotland & Global Linkz Radio u.s.a .. presenting the Top 5 Reggae and Dancehall tunes from Richie B’s Top 25 Music Charts in Jamaica,
    In the 2nd hour we have 30 mins of Iba mahr in the mix by dancehall soldiers
    you can also hear this week’s
    riddim of the week!
    on DCR 10pm u.k time
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html
    and GLR 5pm eastern u.s time
    http://www.globallinkzradio.com/
    big shout out to all dcr and glr crew

  39. Dj Rupert says:

    URBAN MUSIC BOX
    WITH DEEJAY RUPERT
    10PM Sundays
    All things urban
    RnB, Soul, Hip Hop, Soca Afrobeat Reggae and more
    In the 2nd hour
    Kanye West Throwback Mix by Flipout of Vancouver, Canada
    http://tunein.com/radio/Dunoon-Community-Radio-974-s133815/
    or
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html

  40. Dj Rupert says:

    https://kabakapyramid.bandcamp.com/album/rebel-music-ep
    Free Downloads
    Just to remind you of an artist we brought you 1st on UK Radio in 2011 by way of Mr d of the bahamas and his now folklore Afrikan vybz mixes on reggae reggae source

    Kabaka Pyramid is a multi-talented artist and producer coming straight from the streets of Kingston, Jamaica with a unique musical style blending the lyricism of Hip hop, with the energy and melody of Reggae and Dancehall. He is based out of the Bebble Rock music camp and through his liquid and hypnotizing delivery spreads the positive messages of spirituality and conscious evolution.

    PROGRESS UPDATE : Kabaka Pyramid is now no 3 on the Jamaican Reggae singles chart with the Damian marley produced track Well Done
    and you guys get it for free !
    https://soundcloud.com/bebblerock/kabaka-pyramid-well-done

  41. Dj Rupert says:

    Wednesdays REGGAE REGGAE SOURCE
    DJ Rupert presents his programme live on DCR 97.4 FM Scotland & Global Linkz Radio u.s.a .. presenting the Top 5 Reggae and Dancehall tunes from theTop 25 Music Charts in Jamaica,
    In the 2nd hour DJ Chemikangelo of Veronella (VR) , Italy will be Blessing us with some crucial summer reggae
    Also hear this weeks old school Classic track selected by one of our worldwide listeners. If you have an old school track you would like to hear on air in future shows email us at mail@dunooncommunityradio.org
    you can also hear this week’s
    riddim of the week!
    on DCR 10pm u.k time
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html
    and GLR 5pm eastern u.s time
    http://www.globallinkzradio.com/
    big shout out to all dcr and glr crew

  42. Dj Rupert says:

    URBAN MUSIC BOX
    WITH DEEJAY RUPERT
    10PM Sundays
    All things urban
    RnB, Soul, Hip Hop, Soca Afrobeat Reggae and more
    In the 2nd hour we go Dancehall
    INFINITY UK/JA is in the mix
    http://tunein.com/radio/Dunoon-Community-Radio-974-s133815/
    or
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html

  43. Wednesdays REGGAE REGGAE SOURCE
    DJ Rupert presents his programme live on DCR 97.4 FM Scotland & Global Linkz Radio u.s.a .. presenting the Top 5 Reggae and Dancehall tunes from the Top 25 Music Charts in Jamaica,
    We have a local guest a certain Jim hogson of Dunoon who will be selecting his favourite old school reggae tracks in the 2nd hour of the show
    you can also hear this week’s
    riddim of the week!
    on DCR 10pm u.k time
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html
    and GLR 5pm eastern u.s time
    http://www.globallinkzradio.com/
    big shout out to all dcr and glr crew

  44. Round 7 DMC Online DJ Championship Results are in! Congratulations to Scotlands Ritchie Ruftone? who is the winner of Round 7 and is now in the Online Final. Round 8 has started but there is still time to submit your entry! Round 8 ends on Tuesday 30th June! Who will take the last place and compete in the Online Final with Redmist (Chile), Buraaaa (Japan), Beat Molester (USA), P-Nuts (UK), Vekked (Canada), Erick Jay (Brazil) and Ritchie Ruftone? http://www.dmcdjonline.com/results

    http://dmcdjonline.com/video.php?t=leaderboard&p=50

    His mix which has played a week ago on U.m.b is free to download
    https://soundcloud.com/rupert-adjan-tackie/old-school-hip-hop-mix-clean-ritchie-ruftone

  45. Dj Rupert says:

    Wednesdays REGGAE REGGAE SOURCE
    DJ Rupert presents his programme live on DCR 97.4 FM Scotland & Global Linkz Radio u.s.a .. presenting the Top 5 Reggae and Dancehall tunes from Richie B’s Top 25 Music Charts in Jamaica,
    Dj Junky of jamaica brings us this weeks 30 mins mix
    Also hear this weeks old school Classic track selected by one of our worldwide listeners. If you have an old school track you would like to hear on air in future shows email us at mail@dunooncommunityradio.org
    you can also hear this week’s
    riddim of the week!
    on DCR 10pm u.k time
    http://www.dunoon-observer.com/dunooncommunityradio.html
    and GLR 5pm eastern u.s time
    http://www.globallinkzradio.com/
    big shout out to all dcr and glr crew

  46. Scotlands own
    Ritchie Ruftone
    2014 IDA Technical World Dj Champion
    2013 DMC Battle For World Supremacy Champion
    5 x UK DMC Champion – 3 x UK IDA Champion
    He sent this to be played on My show Urban music box on Dunoon community radio
    Download it
    https://soundcloud.com/rupert-adjan-tackie/old-school-hip-hop-mix-clean-ritchie-ruftone

  47. Scotlands own
    Ritchie Ruftone
    2014 IDA Technical World Dj Champion
    2013 DMC Battle For World Supremacy Champion
    5 x UK DMC Champion – 3 x UK IDA Champion
    He sent this to be played on My show Urban music box on Dunoon community radio
    https://soundcloud.com/…/old-school-hip-hop-mix-clean-ritch… Download it !!!

  48. Scotlands own
    Ritchie Ruftone
    2014 IDA Technical World Dj Champion
    2013 DMC Battle For World Supremacy Champion
    5 x UK DMC Champion – 3 x UK IDA Champion
    He sent this to be played on My show Urban music box on Dunoon community radio
    https://soundcloud.com/…/old-school-hip-hop-mix-clean-ritch… Download it

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