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Reggae Artist News (149)

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Rita Marley To Be Honored

Legendary Jamaican reggae heroine Rita Marley, wife of the legend himself Bob Marley, will be in Malawi from Saturday to receive an African Diaspora honour. ”Yes, we are all excited about it, Rita Marley will be in Malawi this Saturday,” said Alvin Singh of the African Communications Agency (ACA) who…
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Mojo Morgan Hospitalized

Mojo Morgan of International Reggae Band "Morgan Heritage" has been hospitalized. On Wednesday night the artist fell critically ill while in studio mixing for the new Morgan Heritage album at the Circle House in Miami, Florida. At this time no further information is available, but an official statement will soon…
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Government Honors Peter Tosh

Twenty-five years after his murder, Jamaica’s government on Monday honored the contributions of firebrand reggae musician and songwriter Peter Tosh, one of the Caribbean island’s musical giants. Tosh’s daughter Niambe, an educator from Boston, Massachusetts, received the posthumous “order of merit” - the country’s third highest honor - on behalf…
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Who's Responsible? Our Dead Reggae Legends

I love reggae music, especially songs by Bob Marley, Peter Tosh and Lucky Dube and count myself as a reggae fan. It was in the morning of Friday October 19, 2007. I was going to work on board our staff bus when I heard the news over the radio that…
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Anthony B Released From Hospital

On Wednesday, October 10th at approximately 5:00 p.m. EST, International Reggae Artist Anthony B, was released from the hospital and is currently resting. “Thanks to all my fans who said a prayer for the I and send a word of blessings to rest up” said Anthony B, after being released…
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Buju Banton Counting Down 5 More Years

Early in 2009, legendary reggae performer Buju Banton stood behind a microphone at his Gargamel Studio in Kingston, Jamaica, and belted out what now seems to be a frighteningly prophetic tune: "Innocent." "Jah knows I'm innocent. Jah knows I'm innocent," the track opens, the 39-year-old artist's gravelly sing-song style stretching…
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