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  1. IMG_20170821_043849 Gage gives up bleaching and moves to improve content - Dancehall artiste Gage has quit the bleaching of his skin. The deejay, known for songs like Throat and Kitty Kat, said he is more focused about fine-tuning his craft. “Mi just get up one day and decide to stop bleaching my skin because gold look better pon black,” Gage said. Until recently earlier this year, the entertainer was numbered among Continue Reading
  2. 1503043068711 G Maffiah making a comeback - Recording artiste G Maffiah was relatively popular on the local music scene over five years ago. However, after migrating to the UK, the deejay was unable to maintain a strong presence in the island while residing abroad. G Maffiah said all that is about to change. The deejay told us┬áhe was still pushing his music in places like New York, Continue Reading
  3. Ziggy, marley, fly,rasta, grammy,album ZIGGY Marley won Grammy. - ZIGGY Marley’s concept album, Fly Rasta, took home the Best Reggae Grammy at the Nokia Theatre in Los Angeles, yesterday. The 10-track album, released on April 15, got the nod over SOJA’s Amid the Noise; Sly & Robbie featuring Spicy Chocolate (The Reggae Power); Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry (Back on The Controls); Sean Paul (Full Frequency); and Shaggy (Out of Many, Continue Reading
  4. grammy-award 57th Grammy awards - 2015 Grammy nominees for best reggae album. Jamaican artists Ziggy Marley, Lee “Scratch” Perry, Sean Paul and Sly & Robbie, Spicy Chocolate were announced Friday as nominees for the Grammy award for best reggae album. The nominations demonstrate Jamaica’s supremacy in reggae, a style invented on the island in the 1960s. Ziggy Marley, son of legendary musician Bob Marley, was Continue Reading

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