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  2. Prezident Brown, born Fitz Albert Cotterell, has been called, "one of the most interesting cultural dee-jays since U Roy". Emphasizing positive…

  3. As a youth Joseph Israel found substantial comfort in the music of Bob Marley & other reggae greats. Joseph spent his teenage years studying…

  4. The Man from the Eastern parish of St. Thomas dubbed Natty King. Kevin Christopher Roberts, aka Natty King is best known for hits such as…

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  6. Ikahba (Ariel Peterson) is the latest roots talent to emerge from the Afrikan Roots Lab stable. He has some really soothing vocals (that sound…

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  8. Prince Hammer was born Beris (sic) Simpson in Kingston, Jamaica, at the Kingston Jubilee Hospital. He grew up in the south part of Kingston. He…

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  10. Singer/songwriter Earl "Zero" Johnson played a crucial role in the roots age, releasing powerful cultural numbers whose dramatic lyrics were often…

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  12. 70's Dj Toaster from Jamaica

  13. One of the upcoming artists in the new roots style is Taffari. Born as Boris Anthony Silvera in the district Bagnol Spring in the Parish of St.…

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  15. Uwe Banton is from Lage/Lippe near Bielefeld. In 1981 he travelled to Jamaica for the first time. He was 15 then and he obtained first hand…

  16. The Nazarenes are an Ethiopian roots reggae duo consisting of brothers Medhane Tewolde and Noah Isac Tewolde, both of whom are skilled singers,…

  17. Since his debut at the International Reggae Day concert in 1995, Jah Mali has steadily built a catalogue and following indicative on long term…

  18. Born in Jamaica, but grew up in England. Signed by Front Line Records and debuted in 1976 with 'I Sus'.

  19. Yahadanai is truly an artist on the verge. His amazing vocal skills and poetic songwriting are beginning to seep into the ears and minds of reggae…

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