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Pioneering Observer: Niney Talks Dennis Brown, Joe Gibbs and Jo Jo Hoo Kim

Winston ‘Niney the Observer’ Holness is one of the reggae industry’s founding fathers and an unsung hero of Jamaican music. As an artist, he is best known for his 1971 roots anthem Blood and Fire , but his production and … Continue reading

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The £100m Reggae Robbery: Part 3

Below is the final installment of a three-part report, originally published in New Nation newspaper in 2004, exposing how record companies and so-called ‘collection societies’ deprived reggae artists of millions of pounds in publishing and royalty revenues. Read part one … Continue reading

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The £100m Reggae Robbery: Part 2

Below is the second of a three-part report, originally published in New Nation newspaper in 2004, exposing how record companies and so-called ‘collection societies’ deprived reggae artists of millions of pounds in publishing and royalty revenues. Read part one here: … Continue reading

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The £100m Reggae Robbery

Below is the first of a three-part report, originally published in New Nation newspaper in 2004, exposing how record companies and so-called ‘collection societies’ deprived reggae artists of millions of pounds in publishing and royalty revenues.

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Top 10 Dark and Scary Dancehall Songs

Below is our list of the 10 most gothic dancehall songs. Enjoy, but avoid reading this after midnight, especially if you are easily frightened or live alone…

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Tommy Lee is a Dancehall Goth, But He’s Not the First

Vybz Kartel’s young protégé, Tommy Lee Sparta, is best described as dancehall’s answer to Marilyn Manson. With only a handful of singles to his credit, Lee’s blasphemous music has elevated him to the forefront of Jamaica’s dancehall scene over the … Continue reading

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