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Fined For Playing Reggae Too Loud

Loud singing and noisy music from the home of Michael Dobbyn drove his neighbours to the brink of depression, a court heard. The 27-year-old would invite his friends round and play reggae music at his flat on Ribblesdale Court in Chilwell. But his neighbours complained to the council that they…
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Belittling Gays With Reggae Music

The Jamaican singer says artists who incited violence against gay people often did it to win cheers from their audience. OUTSPOKEN: Queen Ifrica REGGAE STAR Queen Ifrica says that Jamaican artists who delivered anti-gay sentiments on stage did so to get applause from the crowd. The Lioness On The Rise…
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Jamaicans Angry Fly Rasta Won Grammy

The Grammy Awards is over and, as expected, it didn't end without its fair share of controversy, such as Kanye West's continued craziness and musicians winning awards when they should not have. One such musician is Ziggy Marley, the son of the King of Reggae, Bob Marley. Now, I'm not…
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Reggae Music Rising

Singer Tony Anthony has been a fixture on the Canadian reggae scene for over 20 years. He is an elder statesman in a market that lacks sustained careers. The St Catherine-born Anthony has lived in Toronto since 1992. He has earned a Juno Award (the Canadian Grammy) nomination and won…
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Bob Marley's Landrover Revived

The Series III 109in ‘rastaration’ is part of the 70th anniversary celebration of the legendary singer’s birth. After thirty years gathering dust in Jamaica, Marley’s Series III 109in truck cab had become somewhat weather beaten, and required a full chassis-up rebuild to get it back on the road. The work…
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