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South African Reggae

This text provides an overview of reggae music in South Africa, tracing its historical roots to its role in South African politics during apartheid, as well as its current state. Origins Reggae first penetrated South Africa in the 1970s. As early as 1977, Kori Moraba released the album Sotho Reggae…
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Featured Artist: Janelle Phillips

Janelle Phillips coming to you from San Diego, California, was born and raised in the city Escondido; she is a blend of culture, a Cali Lady bringing forth conscious music. Beginning her musical journey, Janelle began writing lyrics and poetry in high school and taught herself how to play guitar.…
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Featured Artist: Gonzo

Ryan Gonzales aka Gonzo was born and raised in South Bay, Los Angeles, California. He first began singing when he was a child and at age fifteen, he started playing the guitar. Listening to motown, classic rock, oldies, salsa, r&b, and soul growing up, Gonzo’s music base was introduced by…
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Joss Stone Sold The Most Reggae Albums in 2015, Why?

Joss Stone was crowned Billboard’s Reggae Artist of the Year, highlighting the whiteness of pop consumer tastes. Music fans should take stock of their biases. Billboard announced Tuesday that British soul singer Joss Stone is their Reggae Artist of the Year, and the “accolade” sparked widespread scoffs and criticisms on…
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Peter Broggs Dies At 64

PETER Broggs, a roots singer whose 1982 album Rastafari Liveth! helped launch RAS Records, has died. The French website, unitedreggae.com, reported that he died from complications of a stroke on December 19. He was 64 years-old. Born Henry James in Hanover, Broggs began recording in the 1970s. Late that decade,…
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Worm Standing On His Own As Reggae Man

BASS player Delroy 'Worm' Nevin was leader of Blaze, resident band at the Disco Inferno nightclub in Montego Bay in 1992, when he first met Beenie Man, then one of the hottest dancehall acts. The self-proclaimed 'Doctor' was in the house for a show and Blaze backed him. "Wi didn't…
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