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Dre Skull lectures at the Kingston, Jamaica RBMA Info Session

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  Tuff Gong Studios played host to the Red Bull Music Academy Info Session in Kingston, Jamaica on Saturday, February 21, 2015.

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Reggae Industry: The Grammys Need You!

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Insiders say it’s up to the genre’s key players to get involved with the Academy and make a change

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ONE LOVE FESTIVAL 2015 MYKAL ROSE AND MORE!

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The 8th Annual One Love Festival – is the only celebration of Dub and Reggae Music as a Festival in United Kingdom – a coming together of Culture, Music and Roots, Dub, Foundation Ska and Reggae.

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Magnum Kings & Queens Season 8 Presents Castle Blue

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After watching Castle Red debut their talent on the live show premiere for Magnum Kings and Queens of Dancehall Season 8, it was now time for Castle Blue’s Top 14 princes and princesses to show their talent and win over the Jamaican and Trinibagonian audience.  

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Rebel Salute 2015: An Anthology Part Two

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Busy Signal and RC gave a short but lively set to start the second day. ‘Brighter Days’ the title track of the very popular riddim set the tone for their performance.

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Rebel Salute 2015: An Anthology Part One

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The first female to hit the stage was Jah 9 and she brought life to the stage with a well organized set, which was on point in all her songs.

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Bookman speaks on the revival

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The Reggae Revival maintains its uncanny feature to stimulate conversation. The truth of it is that some people will disagree with the idea and some people will agree.

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Randy Valentine’s Triumphant Return

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Leaving his home in Clarendon, Jamaica, and migrating to UK at a young age, Randy Valentine’s is a story of a long awaited and triumphant return to the island of his birth.