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  1. Ali Campbell has one of the UK’s most distinctive and recognisable voices.

    As lead singer with the world-renowned group UB40, Ali Campbell has sold…

  2. Maxi Priest (born Max Alfred Elliott on June 10, 1961) is a reggae singer from England.

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    Of Jamaican descent, and the second youngest of…

  3. Chaka Demus & Pliers are Jamaicans John Taylor (Chaka Demus) and Everton Bonner (Pliers) active together since 1992: one of the most successful…

  4. The reggae group Inner Circle was formed in 1968 by the brothers Ian and Roger Lewis in Jamaica. At first they covered soul and R&B hits from…

  5. Eddy Grant (b. 1948) is a Guyanan musician.

    Born Edmond Montague Grant on the 5th March 1948 in Plaisance, Guyana, he emigrated with parents to…

  6. Aswad ("Black" in Arabic) are a long-lasting British reggae group, noted for adding strong R&B, soul, and soca influences to the reggae sound.…

  7. Jimmy Cliff OM (> Jamaican Order of Merit) born as James Chambers (1 April 1948, St. Catherine, Jamaica) is a Jamaican reggae musician. He is best…

  8. Big Mountain are an American Reggae and Pop music act from San Diego, California, established in 1991. The band had a major hit in 1994 with a cover…

  9. Lucky Dube (born August 3, 1964, died October 18, 2007) was a reggae musician from Johannesburg, South Africa. He was named Lucky because when…

  10. Gregory Isaacs (born on 15 July 1951 in Fletchers Land, Kingston, Jamaica and died on 25 October 2010 in London) was a Reggae singer and…

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