D-Flame @ Reggaejam 2014, Video, Photos

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  • Thursday, 28 August 2014 15:46
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D-Flame and the House of Riddim Band, what a combination. D-Flame is a German based is a Hip Hop and Reggae musician. Having begun his career in the late 80's has released numerous amounts of albums to date, ranging variations of what one would say is between Hip Hop and Dancehall.

D-Flame has worked with artist like  Seeed, Samy Deluxe, Jan Delay, Denyo 77, Xavier Naidoo, Afrob, Tone and J-Luv, D-Flame is also one of the members of the Brothers Keepers.

I simply liked the way the flow of words came from D-flame. His deep voice and even though its not as simple understanding all the lyrics in a foreign language I still felt his flow. When performing a few dancehall songs I realized how the crowd responded and even more so my own response. I enjoyed his performance. As for House of Riddim an Austrian based band, Jamming with D-flame, they really rocked. Besides performing with D-Flame they performed with a few other artist as well, probably a clear indication of the passion of reggae these guys have and they certainly know how to play dem tunes.

In a whole both of these performance were great, both the band and artist synchronized, giving of all a performance to remember.

Written by: Lauren,  Photographs: Yeke,  Videos: Yeke






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Lauren, a professional communications expert from South Africa, loves to learn new languages and cultures. She is always willing to share her expertise on the African culture and lifestyles. Through her social interactions with others, she decided her own social projects in her homeland to launch Africa.

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