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General Reggae News (164)

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Echo Minott: No More Good Reggae In Jamaica

Veteran dancehall/reggae artiste Echo Minott says most of Jamaica's contemporary artistes are unlikely to do well in Europe, because the content of their recordings do not meet European tastes. Speaking to The Gleaner, in an interview following his performance on Night Two of Rebel Salute, held at the Grizzly's Plantation…
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Mr. Vegas Foundation Raise Over $250,000

Great support was received from the artiste community and the general public as Mr Vegas initiated his first ever Charity Food Drive to benefit the Children of the Mustard Seed Communities. Over $250,000 worth of non-perishable food items and beverages were collected in the Mr Vegas Foundation led food drive…
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Legalize It?

Despite Jamaican reggae's pro-cannabis stance over the past six decades, the plant remains illegal in the music's birthplace. Jamaica's reggae artists are unrivaled in their vociferous championing of marijuana usage and persistent rallying for its legalization. A primary tenet of the island's indigenous Rastafarian way of life, which is inextricably…
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Baby Bob Marley

Myles Kingston Sadler may have been born long after the time of Bob Marley, but the toddler is already proving to be one of the reggae legend's biggest fans. The 2-year-old's parents are of Jamaican, Cuban and Haitian descent and say the little boy loves reggae music. Videos posted to…
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I Was Supposed To Be Born Jamaican

Ashanti was in Jamaica last weekend hosting a party at Fiction nightclub and ringing in the new year with Shaggy at his house in Kingston. The R&B diva seems like she had a great time on the island so we might see some more of her in Jamaica soon. Speaking…
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Local Reggae Continues To Be Outsold

Billboard findings show Jamaica losing grip on genre to overseas markets LAST year was a tough one for local reggae at least, according to Billboard magazine findings. In June, the internationally acclaimed chart revealed that United States (US) reggae acts were outselling their Jamaican counterparts. By September, more Billboard research…
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