The Reggae Revival is in need of proper documentation from within. This according to author Dutty Bookman, who used his personal blog to share his thoughts on local coverage of the movement over the past year. His opinion being a valid one, it is also a fact that a new generation of documenters have already begun to emerge. A few weeks ago, DSE released the first of a multi-part documentary called ‘Dis Revival Ting’ in which legendary producer Mikie Bennett speaks out in support of the Reggae Revival while dropping some crucial knowledge. The works of DSE’s Kush Asher and his team as well as other camera wielders like El Puru,
Sabriya Simon, Kush-I and Jik-Reuben hint at a strong year ahead for the visual artists of the Revival. Hopefully a similar cadre of writers will soon surface from within to fill the literary
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gaps lamented by Bookman. In the interim, we continue to rely on established media entities to steer the discourse productively. #ReggaeRevival