Legendary Reggae singer Beres Hammond
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Last night Sean Paul took home the award for Best Reggae Artist at the Soul Train Music Awards.
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A voice you will recognize on the first note, Bunny Rugs (William Clarke), lead singer of the world renowned reggae band Third World passed away yesterday February 2. CaribShout salutes this amazing talent, unforgettable voice and a decent human being. Jamaica and Reggae has lost an Icon.
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THE United States Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from clothing companies claiming legal rights to sell shirts with the image of reggae icon Bob Marley.
According to The Associated Press on Monday, the Supreme Court let a lower court ruling stand that merchandisers used Marley's likeness to…Continue
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Hiphop superstar and reggae lover Wyclef Jean along with Shaggy (pictured above) will headline the third Ragamuffin Reggae Festival, which takes place again in New Zealand and Australia in January.
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The appeal of reggae, like soul music, is universal. Both genres have been embraced over the years by music lovers worldwide, especially Jamaicans at home and in the diaspora. New York-based Jammins Entertainment will present the Reggae Legends and Soul Legends Concert Series - billed as a celebration of nostalgia and enduring talent.
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WATER for Your Soul, the seventh album by British soul singer Joss Stone, has topped the Billboard Reggae Album Chart. The 14-track set was co-produced by Stone, Damian Marley, Steve Greenwell, Conner Reeves and Jonathan Shorten.
Stone met Marley when they were members of the group…Continue
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TORONTO, Canada -- Reggae music is striking a different note with the publication of a new novel by acclaimed Jamaican-born and Toronto-based author Horane Smith. His fifth novel Reggae Silver has been released. Bob Marley, Reggae’s most familiar face, has been credited for taking Jamaican music from the slums of west Kingston, to stages on all continents during the 1970s. Today, the music transcends many cultures, races, and ethnic groups.
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For a very long time the USA National Soccer team refused to play Jamaica in Washington DC. Washington DC is like a home game for Jamaica, the Second Office! Now they have no choice. The high-riding Reggae Boyz will tackle the hosts United States in the Gold Cup quarter finals on Sunday.…Continue
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GBurkeImages Photo - Gyptian at Club GenesisMIRAMAR - Reggae star Gyptian continues to sizzle this year as he now joins forces with the iconic Mary J. Blige. Gyptian will be breaking from his tour schedule to join the R&B queen on the England leg of her UK tour.
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American reggae band SOJA is confirmed for the 19th annual Jamaica Jazz & Blues Festival scheduled for the Trelawny Multi-Purpose Stadium in Falmouth from January 29-31.…Continue
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WITH just over a month to go before this year's staging of Reggae Sumfest, the organisers have named their first headliner in the American rapper Common.…Continue
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KINGSTON, Jamaica: Buju Banton, who is in the midst of fighting drug charges, and reggae legend Gregory Isaacs who succumbed to liver cancer recently, are included in a list of five nominees for the Best Reggae Album in this year’s Grammy awards. Buju’s 10-track album, ‘Before the Dawn’, which was released in September and debuted at number two on Billboard’s Reggae Albums chart while the singer was still in prison in Florida, has earned him a spot… Continue
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