The first of three performances over consecutive nights. Gail Thompson
Sister Netifa & Parminder
To find out more about Sista Culcha and the rise of female toasting you can read ‘Cut ‘n’ Mix: Culture, Identity and Caribbean music by Dick Hebdige, Publisher: Routledge. She has/had her own female sound system, called ‘Culcha Possee’ therefore challenging the traditional all male dominant scene.
Billed as ‘An Evening of Reggae – Rapping and Poets!’ Culcha Posse was a female led sound system set up by Sista Culcha, that featured female ‘toasting’ chatting pon a mic. To read more information you can read in ‘Cut ‘n’ Mix : Culture , Identity and Caribbean Music’ by Dick ...