As well Island Beats spoke backstage with ZJ Liquid who updated us that he was still playing good music on the radio in Jamaica and also pursuing his production endeavors.
We also interviewed with Young Royalty from the UK and the founder Cyrlene of the Britians Got Reggae who explained the initiative of Britians Got Reggae which is to keep reggae alive in the communities and also for the youth’s to expose their talent and keep connected to their roots.
The irony of meeting with Young Royalty is that before our meeting s that Island Beats spoke with Young Royalty through social networks.
We also spoke n depth with the Emitarians a musical group who also taught the massive how to use their vocals and harmonize an activity that was well received at the reggae university. We spoke with Fel who provided us with a lovely interview.
The final night of the Rototom Sunsplash was a bitter sweet vibe for the camp portion its like the last day of summer camp when you know that it may be a while before you see friends that you have made and bonds that were made during the time you spent together. Island Beats can definitely say that we really made lot’s of friends from near and far both in the media circle and outside of the media circle it was truly an experience like no other.