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REGGAE’S CHANGING FACE – White Bands Rule Charts – Video


Canadian reggae fusion band ‘Magic’ has hit gold with their debut single “Rude” from their debut studio album ‘Don’t Kill the Magic.’


By News Americas Now Contributor

News Americas, NEW YORK, NY, Fri. July 18, 2014: Reggae, the musical genre first developed in Jamaica in the late 1960s, is back on the Hot 100 chart but the group singing the ‘irie’ vibe is hardly black or Jamaican.

Actually, the singers of the song that has jumped to #1 on the Hot 100, dislodging “Fancy” byIggy Azalea featuring Charli XCX, are White Canadians. That’s right. You read right!
Canadian reggae fusion band ‘Magic’ has hit gold with their debut single “Rude” from their debut studio album ‘Don’t Kill the Magic.’   Continue reading

Bob Marley – Jamaica Tribute Concert Live Reggae 1999 – video

Bob Marley – Jamaica Tribute Concert Live Reggae 1999 – 19 tunes

Published on May 9, 2012  – 

1. Turn the Lights Down Low–Lauryn Hill
2. Waiting in Vain–Chrissie Hynde
3. Jammin’–Chrissie Hynde & Jimmy Cliff
4. No More Trouble–Erykah Badu
5. No Woman No Cry–Erykah Badu & Jimmy Cliff
6. Who the Cap Fit–Queen Latifah
7. War–Darius Rucker
8. Three Little Birds–Tracy Chapman
9. Rasta Man Chant–Busta Rhymes & Julian Marley
10. Kinky Reggae–Chris Robinson & Damian Marley Continue reading

Big launch for St Lucia Jazz 2012

Big launch for St Lucia Jazz 2012

imageThis year’s performing acts will include multiple Grammy winner, Lionel Richie, 5 time Grammy winning artiste Ziggy Marley (pictured here), African trumpeter Hugh Masekela, pop and hip-hop Melanie Fiona and gospel king Kirk Franklin.

CASTRIES, St Lucia, Wednesday February 1, 2012 – All systems are go for this year’s St Lucia Jazz festival which is expected to kick off from April 30 to May 13.

Now into its 21st year, this year’s festival will encompass 14 days of performances by 50 artistes drawn from St Lucia, the regional and international circles. It will kick off with opening acts from Trinidadian power couple Fay Ann Lyons & Bunji Garland. The opening will also feature dancehall wonder Busy Signal and Saint Lucian singing sensation Teddyson John.
Read more: http://www.caribbean360.com/

— Post #1086

“Jamaica In My Head” Flash Mob in Union Square, NYC

“Jamaica In My Head” Flash Mob in Union Square

10 May 2011

The Jamaica Tourist Board and Flash Mob America teamed up to give New Yorkers a taste of sun, sand and sea at the Jamaica Reggae Flash Mob in Union Square, NYC on May 9.

Featuring an exclusive dance remix of Ziggy Marley’s “Jamaica In My Head” the flash mob commemorated Marley Week and the 30th Anniversary of the passing of Jamaica’s music legend Bob Marley.

Over 200 reggae enthusiasts performed to a choreographed routine, which included Jamaican sprinter Usain Bolt’s signature “Bolt to the World” dance move. The crowd also witnessed surprise appearances by notable Jamaicans, including Devon Harris, a member of the first Jamaican bobsled team, which inspired the movie Cool Runnings, members of the Jamaican national women‟s basketball team, Jamaican chess master Maurice Ashley, among others, who walked down a Jamaica-branded runway.

The event took place in New York City’s Union Square on the south side at 14th Street.

(Submitted by Godfrey Meertens)
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