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Jah Cure Is Reggae Sumfest 2013 Final Act

Summerfest Productions, promoters of Reggae Sumfest, has confirmed Siccature Alcock - popularly known as Jah Cure, as the grand finale act on International Night 1, Friday, July 26. Executive producer of Reggae Sumfest, Johnny Gourzong, said choosing Jah Cure as a closing act was a no-brainer. "Jah Cure has the…
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Rich History For International Reggae Day

Jamaica's music will again be placed under the international microscope with the celebration of International Reggae Day, tomorrow. The idea to dedicate a day in recognition of Jamaica's reggae music was conceptualised by music administrator, Andrea Davis, following a speech by Winnie Mandela, ex-wife of former South African President Nelson…
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Reggae Around The World

AIMA Moses and Sol X-Ray are from different parts of the world but have the same vision -- to make reggae music. Moses, from Dominica, and Sol X-Ray, who is from the West African country Togo, recently recorded the song Beat Dem, produced by Jamaican Adrian Hanson. Moses explains how…
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Reggae Neglected By Ghana Music Awards

Controversial reggae musician, Blakk Rasta has bemoaned the blatant neglect of reggae music at the annual Ghana Music Awards.The artiste believes that the provision of only one category for the genre is demeaning, stressing reggae music deserves better.Speaking in an interview with Myjoyonline.com, Blakk Rasta, born Abubakar Ahmed, questioned, “How…
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David Rodigan's Guide To Reggae Longevity

Expand your fan base"I've been blown away with what's happened to me over the past three years. The two things that brought me to a younger audience were being sampled on the Breakage Feat Newham Generals single, Hard, and the other was being asked by the dubstep DJ Caspa to…
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International Reggae Day Is Going Virtual

International Reggae Day (IRD) is once again set for July 1. In a calendar year the highly publicised celebratory day falls after Reggae Month, to which February is dedicated. However, IRD founder, Andrea Davis of Jamaica Arts Holdings, said it cannot be overshadowed by Reggae Month, as IRD has its…
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