Kingston, JA

“My city is truly one of the most hospitable places I’ve ever been because we love people in Jamaica even if we don’t love ourselves sometimes. We also have a passion for dancing and a love for music that’s on a much deeper level than a lot of other places where people will like music, songs or a particular artist. However, in Jamaica, music is literally life, so to experience Jamaica is to fall in love with her!” — Jesse Royal

photo credit: Loïc Cas

Curated by: Jesse Royal

city guide:
Kingston, JA
Wickie Wackie Music Festival
Our Wickie Wackie events have always been the first of its kind in the Jamaican roots/rock/reggae scene and as always, will contribute to the growth of local music community. We are also strongly believe in the environmental consciousness and the development of ecotourism in St. Thomas, Jamaica.
Wickie Wackie Beach, St. Andrew Parish, Jamaica
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Rockers International Records
"It is one of the only record shops left in the world (not just Kingston) that has some really process records." - Jesse Royal
135 Orange St, Kingston, Jamaica
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Trench Town Culture Yard
An authentic museum where Bob Marley grew, learned to play guitar, and shows the history of Trench town.
6 & 8 1st St, Kingston, Jamaica
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Marley Coffee
Bob Marley always said he would return to farming one day. With Marley Coffee, Bob's son Rohan fulfills the dream. "When I occasionally drink coffee, my order is Lively Up brew by Marley Coffee. Their farm is in Kingston." — Jesse Royal
Hope Road, Kingston, St. Andrew Parish, Jamaica
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East Japanese
"I love Japanese food because it’s clean and healthy and to the point... It gives you the opportunity to appreciate the individual flavors. My order is a salmon tempura with avocados. It’s not on the menu so they make it specially for me." - Jesse Royal
67 Constant Spring Rd, Kingston, Jamaica
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