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General Reggae News (141)

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Sly and Robbie Help Upcoming Artiste

Following the recent announcement of a Grammy nomination for Best Reggae Album, prominent Jamaican producers, Sly Dunbar and Robbie Shakespeare are mixing their creative juices once more to help prop up a promising new Reggae act. Sly and Robbie have produced a large catalogue of hits and one of their…
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Marley's Documentary Is Nominated For NAACP Award

Marley, the highly-acclaimed documentary recapping the life and music of Reggae icon, Bob Marley, has secured another nomination for a major international award. The documentary, directed by British filmmaker, Kevin Macdonald recently copped a nomination for next year’s National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) Image Awards. 
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Vet DJ Resigns because of Reggae Marginalization

A British DJ renowned for his knowledge of reggae has resigned from a leading commercial radio station in protest over what he called its "continued marginalisation" of the genre. David Rodigan said he was leaving Kiss FM after 22 years "with great sadness" after being moved to a midnight slot.…
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Reggae Bands Are Disappearing

French reggae band Dub Inc was recently in India as part of the India Music Week. The eight-member group played in Mumbai, New Delhi and Bengaluru. Formed in 1997, the group also has a documentary to their name — The Rude Boy Story (directed by Kamir Meridja) that captures the…
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Reggae Golden Jubilee

As expansive as the title is, “Reggae Golden Jubilee” does not do justice for just how culturally rich this new box set it is. Spread over four CDs, with an accompanying 64-page booklet rife with photos and commentary, the lavish set is the equivalent of a college course on the…
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Book On Reggae's Golden Age

LAST Thursday, Professor Mike Alleyne of Middle Tennessee State University launched his first book, The Encyclopedia of Reggae: The Golden Age of Roots Reggae at the University of the West Indies’ Mona campus. The England-born professor said the book — which has a foreword by drummer Sly Dunbar — was…
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