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General Reggae News (162)

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Will Reggae Survive

REGGAE MUSIC may be experiencing negative fallout on the United Kingdom charts and on mainstream radio stations, but it seems the only people not bothered by the social exclusions are reggae stars.Having previously spoken to veteran musicians Maxi Priest and Freddie McGregor, who both affirmed the notion that reggae music…
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Snoop Lion Leaves Reggae Behind

The name Clavin Cordozar Broadus Junior is not popular. The 41-year-old Broadus made his name, or rather, his moniker, Snoop Dogg, by being one of the best rappers of all time. Not long ago, he turned to reggae and Rastafari, did an album and, most controversially, ditched the name that…
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Peter Tosh's Son Still In Jail

A YouTube video presented by lawyers for the youngest son of reggae great Peter Tosh failed to convince a judge in Hackensack to lower their client’s bail in connection with 65½ pounds of pot that Mahwah police said they found in the trunk of his car on Father’s Day weekend.The…
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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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