Here are a number of important Reggae News Updates that I found online.
Nigeria’s reggae icon, Ras Kimono is dead.
Gospel reggae artist inspired by Dad
This Father’s Day will probably feel a little different for Raymond “Whopper Benz” Symonds. The gospel reggae artist lost his father, Raymond Symonds Sr, in April.
6 African artists who are big Reggae
As the saying goes, music (good music of course) is food for the soul. Reggae music is arguably one of the most popular music genres in the world. Originating from the Caribbean island of Jamaica in the 1960s, the genre became massively popular thanks to legendary singer and songwriter Bob Marley.
African reggae musicians are also paying their deuce in the industry. While at it, they also proudly flaunt their motherland anywhere they find themselves. To celebrate their legacies and immense contributions, Face2Face Africa highlights these 6 African reggae artists who are known internationally.
Read more here: http://bit.ly/2JK8cEn
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Here are a number of interesting news stories we found world wide in regards to Reggae Music.
Juno Nominee & Canadian Reggae Legend Jay Douglas Releases New Album Lovers Paradise (Best of).
Toronto's own Juno nominated reggae master and soulful singer Jay Douglas has officially released his new album "Lovers Paradise" via Slammin Media. The album is a best of collection of Jay Douglas' classic tracks, as well as some unreleased material that fans have been clamoring for.
Read more here: http://www.prweb.com/releases/2018/05/prweb15502160.htm
Eight-Time Grammy® Ziggy Marley Partners with the Oral Cancer Foundation.
Read more here: https://prn.to/2kcCtwd
Reggae star Tippa Irie to headline Caribbean festival in Doncaster.
Read more here: http://bit.ly/2rZ6JPE
Make this a magnificent Monday unless you live in New Zealand where it is already Tuesday, Boom!
Written by Mitch Santell
Producer / Co-founder
On behalf of everyone here @BigReggaeMix, we wanted to share our profound sadness with the passing of Reggae Legend Frankie Paul.
We first learned of the news here at Big Reggae Mix earlier today.
Often called the "Stevie Wonder" of Reggae, Frankie died from complications of needing dialysis.
Our friends at Jam One Media Reported the following:
Veteran Jamaican singer Frankie Paul has passed away.
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