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Reggae Month Celebrations Underway

The ninth staging of the annual Reggae Month celebrations got under way today with a church service at the Praise City International Centre in Trench Town. The Jamaica Reggae Industry Association (JaRIA) has announced that the theme for this year's celebrations is Reggae Mekyah, which serves to highlight the country…
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Reggae Month 2016

As the beginning of Reggae Month 2016 edges closer, the Ministry of Tourism and Entertainment has announced that it has thrown its support behind all activities planned for the month of February. A representative of the Ministry of Tourism and Entertainment informed The Sunday Gleaner that the official launch of…
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The UK's Underground Reggae Sound System Scene

In 1973, the Notting Hill Carnival invited reggae sound systems to take part in its annual street party. For many in England, it was their first encounter with these custom-made set-ups, which migrated to Britain from the Caribbean in the 1940s. Created by rival soundmen and their crews, sound systems…
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2015's Top Ten Reggae Albums

From a new live album from a late legend to new LPs from long-running reggae stalwarts, here are Rob Kenner's editorial picks for year's 10 best reggae albums. 1) Bob Marley, Easy Skankin' in Boston '78 To mark the 70th anniversary of Bob Marley's birth, the artist's estate has blessed…
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Reggae, Racism and Joss Stone (A Realistic Review)

The recent Billboard announcement of Joss Stone as top reggae artiste for 2015 brought out the worst in Jamaicans. We are a black nation; blacks run things yet blacks underachieve, despite 95 per cent enrolled in school, lots of opportunity via HEART, community college and the high school diploma equivalency.…
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Lovers Rock Bar in Bedford-Stuyvesant

A great new neighborhood bar slides in seamlessly, filling a hole without unraveling the local fabric. Lovers Rock, a mellow reggae-themed bar that opened in Bedford-Stuyvesant over the summer, is this rare kind of place. On a Saturday in December, a Japanese D.J. spun tunes to visitors with au courant…
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