Submitted by disoundsoflife on Thu, 09/12/2019 - 01:38

NIDS is a controversial identification scheme that will be implemented in Jamaica in the coming years. Every Jamaican citizen must be a part of NIDS.

As the years go by and NIDS becomes more infused into the daily experience of the ordinary Jamaica citizen, it will evolve into a component which Jamaicans will need for just about anything. This recording gives an example of Jerome, trying to use his NIDS to get to work on a hot morning in Kingston on Wednesday March 8th 2034.

Why doesn't anything matter anymore?

Submitted by disoundsoflife on Thu, 09/12/2019 - 00:53


Nothing matters is the latest nu-music release from dj afifa. Nothing matters is the name of a poem and a collection of haikus, poems and writings published by dj afifa earlier this year.

Live performances remind us of being human.

Submitted by disoundsoflife on Mon, 08/17/2020 - 18:19

Jean Binta Breeze

This is a hard time to be alive. We are surrounded by death and the casualties of COVID-19, humans are being forced to isolate to survive the virus.

Revisiting Live performances can remind us of that warm feeling we used to get from being together. Here is a live feature from Jamaica;"Jean Binta Breeze performs live at the Poetry Society of Jamaica". 

What does it mean to live in a Christian Country?

Submitted by disoundsoflife on Sat, 03/21/2020 - 15:43

Gordon House Jamaica

Almighty God is a project by dj afifa it features 5 recitals of the Jamaican Parliamentary Prayer. The Prayer is recited at every sitting of the House of Parliament. This is a tradition that Jamaica has taken from Britain. The practice started in Britain in 1558.