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Welcome to the JAHMIN Posts of the week. We have some really great content on ReggaeSteem these days and we would like to send a BIG Thank You to the entire community. We appreciate your effort.
Each week, we choose posts that we really feel stood out and had exceptional quality. In no particular order, here are the JAHMIN posts of the week.
JAHMIN posts of the week October 28-November 3rd
@justinparke sheds some light into the definition of Ital food and livity in this well written blog. He also uses some Reggae songs strategically to get his point across.
@mariluna gives us some Ghostly history from the island of Jamaica just in time for Halloween. Learn about the The Rose Hall Estate and Annie Palmer in this blog about one of the greatest ghost stories in the Caribbean.
@datametric gave us a wonderful poem in true patois style, but hey this is not a poem. This is everyday levity. A lot of motivation to be gained from this one.
@super-irie's series is always a wonderful experience as he takes us with him down memory lane on his visits to Negril, Jamaica. In part 10, he talks about his experience with a crafts man by the name of Robert Woolery. The serendipitous experiences reminds us of the flow of life.
@josevas217 continues his marvelous series focusing on the women in Reggae. In this installment he features the Queen, Rita Marley. A very informative post, a must read for Reggae lovers.
@olasamuel gives a cool review about Koffee's song rapture as well as a dive into the young star's history.
@bahagia-arbi brings us a brand new Vybz Kartel single with thoughtful insight and lyrics to go with it. He really sets a good standard for song reviews that many should take a look at.
@sammiegold breaks down this Burning Spear classic brilliantly so we can all learn a lesson or two. Great choice of a song to review. One with a powerful message.
REVIEW OF I NEED YOU BY JAHMIEL by @sammiegold
@sammiegold has been on a roll, not one but two review posts in this week's JAHMIN Review. He breaks down this modern day love song as well as giving us some history on Jahmeil. Well done.