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Last Wednesday's 3rd Annual UTech Jamaica/Joan Duncan Memorial Lecture at the University of Technology, Jamaica (UTech) was titled Mining Gold! How do we Monetise Jamaica's Music Success? The title suggested that the wealth has already been proven to exist and the problem is cashing in on a large scale for…
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Alborosie Releases New Reggae Album

Sicilian-born reggae vocalist, producer and multi-instrumentalist Alborosie has a new album titled Freedom and Fyah. Alborosie has spent over a decade living in Jamaica. He presents revolutionary songs with deep, heavy roots rhythms that have become his trademark.Alborosie has produced a series of bestselling albums since his 2008 debut Soul…
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The Illustrator Behind 'Scentist Wins The World Cup'

Forget the fact that Jamaica failed to qualify for the 1982 FIFA World Cup in Spain, on the cover of the 1982 album Scientist Wins the World Cup, they give the England national team a royal flogging.In front of a packed stadium, with Scientist’s Jamaica team already leading 6-1, one…
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Jamaica Reggae SumFest Only Local Acts

Organizers of the annual Reggae Sumfest have announced that there will be no overseas acts on this year’s lineup. But the big question among regular patrons is can local acts alone do it. Reggae Sumfest usually bills one or two international big name artist for the event. In the past…
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