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Alpha Blondy Coming To Jerusalem

Rastaman Alpha Blondy will be bringing his personal ethos of love, hope and peace to the capital as he headlines the Zion Reggae Fest in Sacher Park. With album and song titles like Jerusalem, Elohim, "Yitzhak Rabin" and Masada, it’s clear that African reggae artist Alpha Blondy has got Israel…
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Maxi Priest: I Just Keep Going

When Maxi Priest sits down and crosses his legs, his dreadlocks drape and curl around his body, hanging over one ankle and the edge of his chair. Though the singer was born and raised in England, they are a tangible reminder of his Jamaican heritage. He’s combined the two to…
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Lee Scratch New Album

Grammy-winning reggae icon Lee "Scratch" Perry has some unfinished business that has just been completed. The renowned dub and reggae pioneer will release his next album, entitled Master Piece on September 11, 2012. The album will contain a few tracks that were initially released in 2010. See Of Sound, the…
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Andrew Tosh Eye To I

Marvin Gaye may have protested more elegantly, but “What a Gwaan,” the first single off Tosh’s fifth album, has conviction born of lineage. It’s an anthem that is as applicable to the plight of Trench Town as it is to the Greek financial crisis — a forceful, defining chant that…
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How To Emancipate Yourself From Mental Slavery

Reggae icon Bob Marley, in his highly acclaimed Redemption Song, exhorted listeners: "Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery, none but ourselves can free our minds."Most fans attribute the saying to him. Only a relative few are aware that Marley was quoting from a 1937 speech given by pan-African visionary Marcus Mosiah…
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Reggae Comes To Korea

Newly formed reggae duo Skull and Haha released their first mini album YA MAN on July 30. The duo celebrated their album release with a showcase at the KT Olleh Square in Gwanghwamun on the same day, where they performed some of their new songs, including Waikiki Brothers and Busan…
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