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UniqueVibez Presenters

We have the best and well versatile team of presenters here at UniqueVibez.
Be sure to check them out.

Andy H

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Andy H

Dee Lite

Growing up in the 70’s and 80’s, Bedford didn’t have such a thing as ‘pirate radio’ so many of my musical influences were learnt from my ‘big sista’ and other family members!!!

My sista, being a soul head taught me everything I need to know about disco, funk, soul and even down to Lovers Rock!!! These are the musical genres that I love, appreciate and also play when I’m out Djing. I also love reggae revival, studio one and roots music which I learnt to appreciate thanks to my elder cousins.

I’ve always had a passion for music from small as like many others, used to record songs from the radio on dem TDK D90 tapes and even before that time, used the little cassette record (ya know the one with the big old red button on it? lol), held it up to the ‘gram’ and recorded music that way!! LOL Yep, I went there. I’d do anything to have the tunes I loved. Out of all my family and friends, I know I was one of the first people to buy CD’s and my first one was by Keith Sweat – Make it Last Forever album which was ‘rinsed’ as I loved it that much. Any spare money I had was spent on CD’s. Friends used to ‘borrow’ them and not always returned (I know who you are lol) but built up a massive collection which now reside in my loft. It took me a number of weeks to convert them all to mp3 but was worth it.

As well as playing out at social events and dances, I have been an online radio DJ for 6 years

“If music be the food of love, play on” – William Shakespeare – Twelfth Night

Dee Lite

Deejay Deejay

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Deejay Deejay

DJ Baz

I didn’t really get into my music until around age 13 then when the bug finally bit me, I started playing every bit of vinyl in the yard. I then found interest in my big brother and musical teacher, DJ Pascoe’s, sound system the great Stereo HI-FI attending whatever house parties and family gathering I could. My early passion was for reggae, and I soon started collecting JA and UK sound tapes, the likes of Saxon, Java Nuclear Power, Coxsone and of course, straight out of Stonebridge Volcano Hi-Power….

In my early 20s I started to expand my musical horizons and began my many years as resident DJ at club and bars in Covent Garden, Fulham and Chelsea delivering mainstream Disco, Soul, pop, house, rock, and everything in between.

I went on to form my mobile DJ company providing the sounds for corporate events and weddings with a similar mainstream music brief.

I have now reached a point that I would really like to explore the great reggae and soul music that I was purchasing from my late teens but never really played out with.

On ‘The Sunday Session’ show you will hear all the back in the day classic jams, you will know and love and be compelled to sing along with.

DJ Baz

DJ Katt

I grew up listening to reggae music so of course reggae music is my first LOVE.

Listening to sound tapes from J.A to UK sound systems. I was also involved in a sound from south and west London. I later found love in hip hop/soul/funk/jazz etc excluding pop lol which lead me to become an all rounder in music.

I started buying music from vinyl to cd`s and been collecting for the past decades. I had so much love for hip hop n rnb that i started playing in wine bars and private parties and a few clubs.

After all dat I came back to reggae of course as it`s my first love and decided to do radio, Confident as i am, my first show i was sweating buckets LOOL n sooo nervous but after the first hour, come in like i been doing this for years lol.

Radio has taken me on tour with Lovella Ellis in grenada 2014 and worked with NEREUS JOSEPH, STARKEY BANTON, have also met many Great artist such as yelowman ,brigadier jerry, likkle twicth,daddy u roy, freddie mcgregor,queen ifrica sanchez frankie paul and many more.My Journey continues.

Blessed love

DJ KATT

DJ Katt

DJ Reds

DJ Reds AKA Bobreds
My musical journey started way back in the 70’s via my parents. Mum used to play reggae music in the house (Gregory Isaacs, Dennis Brown, Bob Marley & the Wailers, Burning Spear) and when my brother (MaddFly) and I used to link our father I would hear soul music from him. Our father is a drummer and a singer/songwriter himself so it’s fair to say it was inevitable that I would follow the same path.

I have always had music around me and started buying soul music in the early 1980’s. By my mid teens I was playing in a sound “Primetime” from NW London doing house parties and it was around this time I started rapping, recording and did a few performances. By the very early 90’s I started singing/songwriting and co-founded a group called “Keynote”.

By now, I had crafted my skills in songwriting, rapping, singing and recording, even had my music played on KissFM and ChoiceFM both as a rapper and a singer. However, due to family commitments I decided to leave this and focus on being a father.

Fast forward to about 5 years ago my brother (MaddFly) decided to start the internet radio venture. He tried on several occasions to get me involved but I was focused on my working career, until one weekend he fooled me and got me to do a show (06/01/19) which I totally loved!!

He always had faith in my abilities and knew that once I started playing again, I’d fall in love with music like before but also be a good addition to Uniquevibez.

So here we are, music flowing through my soul and to you the listener, doing what I was destined to do which is to be enjoying playing and presenting a musical escape/sanctuary.

DJ Reds

DJ Swaby

Information to follow.

DJ Swaby

DJ Teddy

I have always been influence by music even from birth growing up watching my father play out regularly.

Reggae being my first love of music I began to build my collection in the early 2000s.

I then began to get into Dancehall/Bashment music later then into Soca as well as always being in touch with my background of Seychelles & Ghana .

I have a real love for music with real rhythmic instrumentals that’s hits you musically.

My Show “Reggae Meets Dancehall Old Meets New” will include new flavours like this mixing it with lots of genres including Afrobeats, Zouk , Sega, Soca, RnB , Garage & More.

Fun Facts: Out going, Video Editing, Designer, Marvel Fan, Loves Peanut Punch

DJ Teddy

Lady B

I wanted to be a radio presenter from when I was a child. When it came time to go to university, I told my parents I wanted to be a radio presenter, but they said ‘that’s not a job for decent girls’. In those days you did what you were told, so I went to work in the IT industry.

In 2018 I got the opportunity to present Afrobeats shows in Slam radio and gain invaluable experience. Though I am fairly new in the game, I am learning and loving every minute of it.

Lady B

DJ Samm

Sam Kaseba aka djSamm

I’ve been around music all my life

With Mum, Dad & Sisters heavily involved in the church choir, we had no choice but to appropriate music.

This love for music spread right through the Kaseba household with my brothers all deep into music, singing & dancing.

A day never went by without the sounds of the times both past & present ringing through the house.

Back then I took my musical knowledge for granted as you do when surrounded by tunes. It was only when I moved from London to Birmingham as an adult over 20 years ago, that the penny dropped that i was born to do this. I started collecting the music i grew up with, my dad’s Jazz, Blues, classical, my mum’s Gospel & Congolese influence, my sister’s Soul, my brother’s Funk, Rare Grooves, Roots & Rocksteady.

Hence the birth of djSamm Radio Presenter, DJ & Promoter with Sunshine Entertainment.

DJ Samm

Gen’ral Irie

Gen’ral began selecting music for his mom’s house parties at the age of 10, and ever since he has always wanted to be the one playing the tunes rather than being in the listening audience.

Reggae became the music that would dominate his life after the release of the Bob Marley Exodus album when he was 12 years old. Too young to get into dances, he realised if he became a box boy he could get entry to a dance before the gateman was set up. From being a box boy, after studying and imitating the mic men around the sound, he soon forged a career as an MC with a reputation for chatting reality lyrics with a wicked sense of humour, a humour that still permeates his radio presenting.

He went on to build his own sound system with some friends, Music Incorporated, and that relationship would continue for 28 years. When pirate radio in the UK became prevalent, Gen’ral had his first taste of radio presenting on Jive Fm, and fast became one of the most popular presenters on the station. Internet radio has given Gen’ral the ability to broadcast to the world and he has listeners in Australia, New Zealand, Russia, Israel and Gambia, as well as the more traditional bases for Reggae like Europe, the Caribbean and the United States.

Equally adept performing live or on the radio, Gen’ral is truly humble about the secret of his success – “I just play music that I like to hear myself and I don’t follow a hype, if the tune sounds good, it doesn’t matter who sings it, I will play it. My job is purely as a vessel for the truly talented singers, songwriters, producers and players of instruments to get their music across to the world”

Gen'ral Irie

Grandfather Bruno

I’m representing The Burnin Sound System here on uniquevibez.com which was established around 1982 by myself and the local legendary sound operator “Bush” (RIP).

Based in rural South West UK we soon established ourselves on the underground circuit playing a variety weird and wonderful venues and parties including the super blag to get our sound into the rain drenched 1985 Glastonbury festival and playing all weekend putting the old school diesel generator under sever pressure when dropping some big bad bass lines.

Since those early days I went on to help establish a local Pirate radio station (Shockwave Radio) where I ran regular shows playing the best reggae tunes of the time unit the DTI came a knocking.

Between the sound system and the radio my love of music has not diminished and I am grateful for uniqevibez for giving me the opportunity of sharing the good tunes with you all, It’s a good fun show, so why not log in and enjoy.

Grandfather Bruno

Grandfather Bruno

Groovemeister

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Groovemeister

HT Lady

I am HTLady and I am delighted to be joining uniquevibez.com and recovering my role as a Presenter. I took a break from playing for another internet radio station back in 2011 so it is great to have the chance to flex my musical muscles again.

The music I play, and I love is Jazz, Rare Groove, Neo Soul and Mellow tunes. If your desire is to chill and kick back, then you are welcome to join me.

I am not the sort of presenter that you can find on all the social media channels, but that’s just part of my mystique. The way to get to know my Groove, my stories and my loves, is to come and join me for my show.
Just as a tease though, here are some important facts about me…

I love art, dance and music with big vocals, I don’t talk all the time – the music tells the story

I won’t tell you easily what HT stands for…………….

I look forward to hanging with you Musically………….come on, let’s relax and chill.

HT Lady

Madd Fly

I first began to show interest in music at the age of 10 in my Mum’s front room. I used to play her 7″ and 12″ records (vinyl) by various artists: Dennis Brown, Gregory Isaacs, Burning Spear, Al Green, Randy Crawford to name a few, when I came home from school whilst she was at work but I always got caught for leaving the amplifier on.

My interest in music continued to develop when I met up with Steppaside Productions, this subsequently led me to picking up the microphone chatting lyrics alongside various singers and MC’s: PT Lickshot, Tubby T, Stally, Ments, Froggy, Governor Tiggy to name a few.

However chatting lyrics was not my strength, so I continued to pursue my dreams and took my musical talent to the turntables thus enabled me to enter and win a in house 45 Sound clash called “Badman sound clash” which I won 3 years consecutively in a row (2001-2003)..

I got my first break into the music world by liaising with various sound systems, Dj’s and playing at various venues. Over the years I got bored of the same old monotonous routine, also the music scene was changing and moving in a direction that did not suit my musical beliefs.

Having been away from the music scene publicly for a while, I still play at private parties and keeping myself musically active. I decided to return to the music world via the internet (radio land), and to date I am still here presenting good quality music to the world.

Madd Fly

Martin Wynter

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Martin Wynter

Mister Wilson

As a kid growing up in the 80’s, we always had the radio on in our home and listened to everything from RnB to Hiphop, Jazz, Soul, Blues, Motown, Reggae, Ska, Dancehall, Country & Western and even Rockabilly. The genre didn’t matter really, as long as it sounded good it was played at high volume.

I dipped a foot into one of the most expensive hobbies to date at the age of 13 and bought my very first record “CHAKA DEMIS & PLIERS” “Tease Me” album and have never looked back!

Friends & family gatherings, house parties & clubs, it didn’t matter and to this day, I can’t find a better buzz then playing out & rocking crowds!

I’m a strong believer in “The right song in the morning will set you up for your day, but also calm you down and ease the pain if needed!”
In the great words of Robert ‘Nesta’ Marley “One good thing about music, when it hits you, you feel no pain!”

Mister Wilson

Science

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Science

Selector Briscoe

My first memories of Music would be helping my Dad make cardboard sleeves for his records, Mum worked at a record pressing factory in the early 80’s, she used to bring nuff records home for Dad (sleeveless of course).

When I was about 7 years old Mum took me to work with her and they let me keep as many records as I could carry home. Not long after that I got my first record player and this is what started me on my musical journey.
Dad used to take me out to reggae dances with him when I was young and I would watch the soundman string up the sound and instantly I knew this was something that I wanted to do when I got older.

I started to build my own speakers and I eventually built a small sound system that I would use for friends & families parties and eventually I worked as a mobile DJ doing lots of commercial music.

Due to family commitments I took a very long break from all musical ventures, over the past year I have come back to continue my journey in music.

I’ve started building my own sound system again which I’ve called Audio Revival Sounds. Started making my own speakers and building back my rig. I’ve also starting DJing again. I‘ve also started my own monthly reggae event, bringing the passion back into my life. I’m a multi genre DJ but Reggae is my passion.

Selector Briscoe

Selector Briscoe

Skidney Irie

I started on the soundsystem circuit early 80s still in school, paper round money would buy my records. I had a love for music especially Roots from a young age growing up amongst older siblings where music was very much the order of the day.

When the soundsystem stopped playing around late 90s I would always still collect music but for personal use so I was very greatful when the opportunity came up to play my favourite style of Reggae on the radio.

“Roots and Culture” It means a lot to me it’s my upbringing, my culture, education and feeling the message the music it has is felt around the world

Roots music to the world and beyond Skidney Irie’s show is deep in the Roots and culture and I have been a selector on many sound system circuits since mid 80’s.

Skidney Irie

Zigedub

ZigeDub is the name and real authentic reggae music is the game, to know the game you have to know the rules and to know the rules you need to be educated.

I started my musical education back when I was a kid collecting tapes and 45’s and rolling with sound systems around my endz, first tune I purchased on vinyl was Ranking Dread’s Fattie Boom Boom in 1981 and I have not looked back. I have followed the sound system culture and the reggae scene for so long it sometimes frightens me hahahaha.

I have moved around from country to country and have experienced different cultures thus the “Man from Foreign” tag, I’m presently back in the United Kingdom (Land Of My Birth) and feeling the vibes to the max.

I have always considered myself a facilitator of reggae music working behind the scenes in production and development of new acts and spreading the gospel of real authentic reggae music.

Broadcasting LIVE from the UK via uniquevibez.com syndicated to Vibes FM 106 in Gambia also Trend FM 100.9 Asaba, Nigeria and now English Connection Media we bring you the best in reggae music

Remember if your mind believes it reality will conceive it….Bless Up!!

www.zigedub.com

Zigedub

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