In episode five host Codine Williams goes shopping to up her game and fit in with the girls of the dancehall. [Thanks Keysha] Oh dear… Hahahahahahahahahaha. Struggling host Codine went on a shopping trip with two dancehall groupies and still failed to “fit in”. Also I don’t quite understand why Codine thinks these ladies are “channelling Lady Gaga and Nicki Minaj”. The colourful wigs, make up and outfits are nothing new in Jamaica. She should already know this.
Oh dear…. Why does he have the swastika symbol tattooed in the palm of his hand??? Noisey Jamaica episodes so far just leave me cringing in parts. The team behind these episodes (including the Jamaican born narrator) are clueless. Episode 1 Episode 2
I don’t know how I feel about this web documentary series that is supposed to be about Dancehall culture and is co-executive produced by Snoop Dogg aka ‘Snoop Lion’ 😦 In episode 1 the narrator reveals that she was born and raised in Jamaica but you don’t sense any real connection there. She sounds like a stranger who is just discovering Jamaica and it’s music scene for the first time. Episode 2 just makes me cringe for a number of reasons. The world does not need to see ridiculous groupies hanging around rehearsal studios and a young […]
Host Codine Williams visits ‘Gaza City’ in Portmore, Jamaica the home of “troubled” Dancehall artist Vybz Kartel. Here she meets his crew and get’s people’s perspectives on the controversial and clearly disturbed Kartel. This web series is executive produced by Snoop Lion (Snoop Dogg). *HUGE SIGH* Lord help us. What exactly is Kartel the “WORLD BOSS” of? Skin bleaching creams worldwide? Why are these young Jamaicans throwing up gang signs and dressing like they are members from the Los Angeles Bloods gang? US gang culture has spread across the world like cancer.