Power Source: The Message of Hip Hop & Reggae

Pioneers of reggae and hip hop participate in a National Geographic sponsored symposium


Damian Marley after the National Geographic Symposium

after the National Geographic Symposium - Photo By Molly Ruland of One Love Massive



Each generation has cultural icons that connect with the public – indeed a select few are able to indulge the intellectual ambitions and spirit of an entire nation. It is even more rare that a family of musical talent can accomplish such a feat. Such is the case of the Marleys. Recently, a few of the family came to D.C to share their thoughts on the future of Reggae and Hip Hop.

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3 Responses

  1. Lori Stewart says:

    Great article!

  2. RJ says:

    Nice write-up of the music summit meeting held in Washington, DC. I love that hiphop and reggae were involved on a obviously serious topic . Its funny you won’t hear this kind of event on mainstream media so I was suprised that MTV or anyone from the mainstream was involved on it.

  3. Excellent article, thank you for publishing this.

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