So, you might have noticed that the last two articles have not been in Swedish…
I started Reggaemani in March 2009 and 15 months later, I can look back on more than 200 columns, interviews, reviews and general news stories.
During these months, and especially recently, I have received comments that Reggaemani should be in English. I replied that of course it is a good idea, but that it requires a great deal if you do not have English as your native language or consider yourself to be significantly good at English.
But after some random thoughts, I believe that more content in English would be useful. Reggaemani has since the inception been dedicated to international artists, producers and record companies, so as to write in English would be quite natural.
Having said that, much of the material on Reggaemani will from now on be in English. I’ll see how long it’ll last, but hopefully for some time.
I do not have any idea of how good my English is, but I hope I at least will make myself understood. So please have patience with me if I use the wrong words or if my sentence patterns are weird. This is not blog about languange, it’s a blog to spread the music I love to as many people as possible.
The journey ahead will be exciting. Coming up is an interview with NiyoRah, a review of his album and an article on mashups, where I talked with Max Tannone and Al Fingers. But of course there are much, much more. Stay tuned!