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Third World is one of the most accomplished Reggae bands in history. G Cole sits down with the Legend, Mr Richard Bassie Daley of Third World for a sweet conversation about life, family and music. They also speak about life and music after the passing of Third World’s lead singer, Mr Bunny Rugs, and how […]

When a group of Jamaican Nationals living in the US decided to share their resources with people in need living in Jamaica, The Funnel Project was born. The Funnel project is an initiative put together by a group of friends, to lend support and aid to people in need living in Jamaica. The concept of […]

Lately, and on quite a few occasions, artists that once referred to themselves as gospel artists have been trying to shake the title. Some would prefer their work to be called inspirational, others would prefer it be genre free. G Cole tries to find out why and asks, is it expansion or departure? On this […]

There’s definitely a renaissance taking place within the Reggae music fraternity in Jamaica and G Cole talks to one of the budding young stars of this Reggae renaissance Ms Lila Ik’e. A young, fresh, funky and extremely talented Lila Ik’e, who is signed to Reggae Superstar Protoje’s label, In Digg Nation Collective, talks to G […]

Just as we have artists that are prolific with bringing you the hits, there are prolific songwriters, songwriters that have crafted some of your favorites hits. In this episode G Cole speaks to legendary Reggae hitmaker Hopeton Lindo. His catalogue of hits that he’s written, or co-written includes songs for artist such as; Cocoa Tea, […]

G Cole sits down with New York Life Financial Services Professional Marcus Moon, for the first of many financial conversations. This time to discuss retirement, and retirement planning. With his parent, and the parents of his friends and colleagues slowly approaching the age of retirement, the question looms, are many of our seniors staying in […]

 The deep mental, physical, emotional and psychological damage that sexual abuse causes, can be long and traumatic to get over. Often times people never get over it at all. G Cole talks in depth with, Author Teacher, and Poet, Ms Syndia A Payne, about her journey to not only healing from the abuse she […]

G Cole shares a passionate view of his native land, from the beautiful beaches to the garrisons, from tourism to politics, and paints a picture using songs written about Jamaica. Come along for the ride, because the good far outweighs the bad, and if you’re buckled in, then don’t worry, you’ll end up right where […]

G Cole sits down to listen to the album “Good Vibrations” by his favorite artist Dennis Brown. As he goes over the album song by song, an album he owns on vinyl, he talks about the man “Dennis Brown” himself, and why the legendary Reggae artiste is such an influence on him. As he walks […]

Issues relating to, and resulting from mental health are becoming increasingly popular, yet it remains an undercurrent in conversations, especially in the Caribbean, or the black community. In this episode of Homegrown with G Cole, we sit down to discuss more about this very important subject, with licensed mental health professional Ms. Candice Forrest.  

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