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Chronixx Debut In The USA

Chronixx Debut In The USA

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Reggae On The River

Reggae On The River

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Reeves-Reed Arboretum Brings Live Reggae

Reeves-Reed Arboretum Brings Live R…

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Let's Talk About Our Taste In Reggae Music

Let's Talk About Our Taste In Regga…

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Rastafarianism Officially Recognized As a Religion in Prision

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Rastafarian inmates are b...

UB40's Secret To Success

UB40's Secret To Success

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Roger Lewis Inspired By Stevie Wonder

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The Natti Love Joys Brings Reggae To Alabama

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Kafinal Honor Desmond Dekker

Kafinal Honor Desmond Dekker

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Chronixx Hits The Top Spot On The Reggae Billboards

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Rastafarianism Officially Recognized As a Religion in Prision

Rastafarian inmates are being handed Bob Marley CDs, drums and shakers after their religion was officially recognised by prison chiefs. New rules mean Rastafarianism is an approved religion alongside Christianity, Islam and other major faiths. The pack has been created to ensure Rastafarian prisoners can pray together in a ‘fulsome…
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Reggae State Of Mind

WHAT'S on your iPod? For music fans in Honolulu, Hawaii, the choice of sound is reggae. According to TIME Magazine, that is the finding of global news site Vocativ which did a survey of what music lovers were listening to across the United States. The results were compiled for a…
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Fighting Water Crisis In Africa With Reggae

Inadequate access to clean drinking water is a dilemma that impacts more than 780 million people globally, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And Sub-Saharan Africa is among the areas most affected by water scarcity; 300 million people in Sub-Saharan Africa lack access to clean water, according…
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Reggae Month Activities Moving To New Venue

THE curtains came down on the Reggae Month's celebration yesterday. However, plans are already in place for next year's staging. Charles Campbell, Jamaica Reggae Industry Association's (JaRIA) executive director and vice-chair, said a venue change is in order. "We will be moving to Ranny Williams Entertainment Complex for the next…
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Grammy Winning Singer Lorde Hates Reggae

Reggae music is, for the most part, loved universally as one of the best and most celebrated genres. Grammy-winning singer, Lorde is not one of those lovers apparently.The 17-year-old, New Zealand-born singer, who rose to international prominence with her hit single, Royals, was highly critical of Reggae music during a…
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Reggae Music On Blue Mountain

While many of the top acts at the recently concluded Blue Mountain Music Festival provided pleasing performances on a chilly Saturday night, the likes of Chronixx, Kabaka Pyramid, Raging Fyah, Third World and Tanya Stephens were a cut above the rest.Chronixx was the penultimate act to perform at the event…
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