“Wheel And Come Again”  by a scribe called Gibsy Rhodes

You’ll find him on Youtube, Soundcloud, Twitter, Talawa, Versionist, Facebook, iTunes et al. He’s been on the BBC (Rhythms Of The World TV Programme, and Andy Kershaw live radio sessions). He’s graced many a radio station both land and net based and he even used to have his own TV show on SIGMA TV in the mid-1990’s.

His dub poetry has appeared on many underground artists creations (attempted full discography below) not only on dub music but hip hop, acid funk and world music. He’s toured various countries from South Africa, Japan, UK, Greece, USA, Ireland, France, Portugal as a MC, DJ and Dub Poet.

He is also an Assistant Professor at The University of Nicosia, where he teaches Media and Communications and has lectured at conferences throughout the world. Currently he  DJ’s exclusively on Lockdown Radio UK  every Wednesday from  Nicosia Cyprus where he selects his favorite Reggae and Dub music from past and present both underground and above ground. He’s a writer and has edited a  book called ‘Art And Social Justice – The Media Connection” – recently published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing


“The main thing that keeps me motivated is the live situation. No matter what happens to how we buy or get the music for free, there will always be the need, the fulfillment in audiences to see, hear and feel music as a live performance. And musicians themselves, will always get that equal buzz factor, doing it in front of audiences, and making a communicative connection – no matter the content, style or sounds. Some people will do it for fame, some for love, and some for peace, but at the end of the day, many of these people will feel that need to carry on and perform.” Haji Mike.



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