TTIX Yellow Cab Karaoke is on a roll! Last week, host Calibe Thompson, and guest host Hugh “Chef Irie” Sinclair, took celebrity rider Julian Marley to History Fort Lauderdale and chatted about his new music and CBD-infused olive oil product.

L-R: Singer Anthony B, Chef Thia (Taste the Islands host), Calibe Thompson (Taste the Islands producer and TTIX Yellow Cab Karaoke host)

In this week’s episode, Calibe and guest host Chef Thia are joined by celebrity guest rider Anthony B. The Raid the Barn singer shares stories about his life growing up in Trelawny, Jamaica, and studio life, and teaches Thia some Jamaican slang.

The trio sings songs including King in My Castle, My Yes and My No, and Reggae Soul Sister.

Each week leading up to April’s Taste the Islands Experience weekend, tune in for another celebrity ridealong. Stay tuned for appearances by Mr Vegas, Spragga Benz, Nyanda and more!

The series is a promotional partnership between Fort Lauderdale’s premiere Caribbean food festival The Taste the Islands Experience, and Yellow Cab of Broward County. Learn more at www.ttiexperience.com.


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TTIX Yellow Cab Karaoke is on a roll! Last week, host Calibe Thompson, and guest host Hugh “Chef Irie” Sinclair, took celebrity rider Julian Marley to History Fort Lauderdale and chatted about his new music and CBD-infused olive oil product. In this week’s episode, Calibe and guest host Chef Thia...

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