Kayla kush | free listening on soundcloud
He was younger than me. Before I wrote my first article for Rootfire, they asked for my thoughts on the reggae scene. Some of them even performed live in the studio.
Even though I was a poor college grad, I scrapped all my money together and bought a ticket to the show and a plane ticket to Denver. I had to keep seeing and hearing more of this music. But after some epiphanies, I realized I didn't have anything to say.
I even got to interview Slightly Stoopid! After telling them, I wanted to know if my akyla were right or wrong. He loved music and would ask me to write down reggae recommendations. But all I listened to in my dorm room was reggae What brought you to state? I was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, where I grew up loving music, theater, and dance.
About dj kayla kush
Right now I have a monthly gig at Nattspil on King Street. It reminded me of when I loved theater as a.
I wanted to get the hell out of kayls hometown as soon as possible. I brought these reggae vibes with me from Santa Cruz to Madison and I now had them forever.
It was a total dream come true, and I actually had been hoping that they would ask me to them one day. There was a reggae radio show during the timeslot before mine at the station. Things really went kuh circle and U DUB became a force bigger than myself.
Being a radio host and DJ is a big part of my life, but an equally important part of my life is my career in marketing. But my boundaries of what was reasonable had been expanded.
State member highlight – dj kayla kush
I started noticing something I named Reggae Fate in my life. I was accepted into the program and moved to Madison in I want to be part of it.
The force from the tree transcends time as we currently understand it. My heart longed for Santa Cruz but I wanted to finish my bachelor's degree as soon as possible. One of my roommates and good friends kept a constant spin of Barrington Levy, Eek-a-Mouse, and Slightly Stoopid lush blast.
I really missed having reggae around me and noticed no one else was hosting a reggae show on my station. What motivates you? I found that my favorite kussh reggae bands kush all part of a network called Rootfire. I have since won it three other times, and am in the finals this year. It was the perfect play on words for Dub on the UW station.
I started meeting the most amazing people, having the most kayla and mind-blowing experiences following the music around the country, and getting introduced to the greatest bands to do interviews and hang out.
About — dj kayla kush
Connect on InstagramFacebookand Twitterto stay in touch with Kayla and get the latest news! Take a read below!
I was honored to be able to interview Clinton Fearon of the Gladiators a couple years back. It was wonderful to realize this and it made me know I was on track.
Ganja Plant, Toots Hibbert, and Rebelution. I knew that would be the name of my reggae radio show.
State member highlight - dj kayla kush - state
I first saw Slightly Stoopid at the Catalyst Club in and was blown away. But Rootfire told me that there is no way I could be wrong, because I am someone they consider a tastemaker in the national reggae scene. I thought: if my life could end at any moment, I really wanted to live it. I even started getting paid, and started to learn so much.
In effect, so many great ideas are generated and connections are made. I wanted to go places and see things, especially the music I love the most. I moved back to Wisconsin and into the Riverwest neighborhood of Milwaukee while planning my next move.