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L3 Magazine December, 2013 Featuring Bobby Clarke

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Denyque | Nature | Jay Crazie | History Miami | Music Charts and More!

Creating an empire in media is not an easy feat unless your name is Mr. Bobby Clarke! CEO of Irie Jam Media Group, Mr. Clarke overseas Radio, special events such as Irie Jamboree and his newest division Signature 78 (where Fashion meets the Islands).

Juggling several hats is not easy, but our front cover feature does it well. Not only does he service a growing 3 million people of Caribbean decent via radio in the Tri-State area, he is advancing Caribbean culture to corporate America and a major step was holding Irie Jamboree 2013 at the Barclay’s Center in Brooklyn.

Bobby Clarke’s voice isn’t loud but his presence is! Read about his empire and how it was built in this fantastic interview!  

Tricia ‘ZJ Sparks’ Spence speaks to two movers and shakers in Jamaica. The first is Reggae singer Nature, and the second is beat maker and producer Jay Crazie. Both personalities speak candidly and openly on what it is to make the music they make from the perspective they make it from. Our UK correspondent, Portia Clarke asks a few questions of the sexy Dancehall siren, Denyque whose career is bubbling HOTTT like soup. 

Everything from the artists vocal style to her fashion taste is front and center for the world to read. For the number of lives he’s touched, and the changes he’s brought to the world, L3 Magazine pays tribute to Nelson Mandela. Editor in Chief Natasha Von Castle shares a few touching words about the world revolutionary in her editorial, and the L3 Design team accompanies that with a pictorial spread. 

Rounding out our last issue for 2013 is a look at History Miami as covered by Heike Dempster, a fantastic recipe for Rum Cake from Charlotte, Model of the month shot through the lens of Jerome Dupont (of Neu Era Photography), Music Charts (downloads and video), Music Review of the hottest riddims and albums as well as a travel profile on St. Kitts and Nevis.
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