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Irie Mag interviews Med Dred

IRIE MAG interviews Med Dred
Irie (I-rie\I'-ree) is a word in Jamaican Patois that means "alright". The term can be used to mean powerful or pleasing, excellent, highest or simply the state of feeling great. It is commonly used by members of the Rastafari movement. Dub (Duhb) is the art of making a remix, especially a reggae song, in which the lyrics are all all partially removed and the focus is placed on the drub track and the bass.  

Irie Dub (I-rie/I'-ree Duhb) is a new section in the Irie Mag free online magazine dedicated to Roots Dub Reggae, which is presented by Dubophonic and Versionist. In this issue, IRIE sits down with producer, riddim maker and dub artist, Med Dred outta Cyprus to reason about his love and respect for Dub Reggae. The nine paged interview is accompanied by some full page photos and many tunes by Med Dred and other artists, all together 18, for your personal listening pleasure!

You can read the inerview online or read/download the latest Irie Mag issue including the 18 free Irie Trax or just subscribe to get the magazine every month free in your email inbox and never miss an issue!

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