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Iyah Ingi

Yilmie Williams or Iya Ingi, as he is more popularly known by his fans, hails from the community of Mona Common, St. Andrew Jamaica. It was there he got his first taste of the true Reggae and African music that now captivates and plays such an important role in his life. Iya credits his “Afro-Centric” […]

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Grip Wrench

Grip Wrench is a veteran singer and song writer from Western Jamaica who has shown much talent over the years. After these long years of toiling to make a chart hit, he is even more resolved today in getting his elusive dream of becoming a headline singer someday soon. Continued perseverance has shown that his […]

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Hempress Sativa

The instant she steps unto a stage, she commands the attention and respect of the audience, with an uncanny ability to keep all listening as they absorb her every word, every rhyme. Kerida Johnson known as Hempress Sativa was born to Rastafarian parents Doris-Ray Johnson and legendary Jamaican Selector /Musician Albert ‘Ilawi Malawi’ Johnson of the […]

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Fannah

FANNAH’S AUTOBIOGRAPHY My name is Dennis Hopwood otherwise call Fannah once name Tawrus, my genre of music is Reggae Dancehall. I am from Spanish Town, St Catherine Jamaica W.I. When I just started doing music in the year 1995 the feedback was great, my songs were very inspirational to people. I have been on shows […]

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General Jah Mikey

Hailing from Kingston, Jamaica, General Jah Mikey, born Michael Mitchell, has manifested the title, “Lyrical Ambassador” from over two decades of musical experience and vocal talent. Jah Mikey’s alluring sonorous tone and melodic style have expanded his capacity, and he is gifted with more than just Rasta appeal. In addition to his lyrical and rich […]

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Bigga Haitian

Bigga Haitian is known as the first Haitian singer to break into the Jamaican reggae scene, tearing down national and cultural walls and paving the way for the next generation of Haitian artists.

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K’Coneil

K’Coneil is a Native of Montego Bay Jamaica where he grew up in the small town of Granville. He developed a love of music at the very tender age of 4 when he began to sing in church as most singers do. At the age of 16 he migrated to the United States on a soccer […]

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