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Luciano Featured Artist

Jepther McClymont OD (born 20 October 1964), better known as Luciano, is a Jamaican second-generation roots reggae artist. Born in Davyton, Manchester Parish, and raised as the seventh of nine children in a strict Adventist family, Luciano began recording in 1992, with his first single "Ebony & Ivory" (on which he was credited as 'Stepper John') on the Aquarius Record label, followed by a split album with DJ Presley (now credited as 'Luciana') for producer Sky High.[1] His first releases as Luciano included the hit single "Give My Love a Try", produced at Castro Brown's New Name Studio, followed by others produced by Brown, Freddie McGregor, Blacka Dread, and Sly and Robbie, including the 1993 no. 1 UK reggae hit "Shake It Up Tonight".

Luciano performing at the 2016 Palm Beach Jerk and Caribbean Culture Festival. West Palm Beach, Florida.......

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George Nooks

George Nooks, a.k.a. Prince Mohamed, Prince Mohammed, or George Knooks (born c.1958 in Kingston, Jamaica) is a reggae singer who initially found fame as a deejay.

Nooks started his musical career in the youth choir at his church, and moved on to perform at school concerts and talent shows. After first recording professionally in 1974, Nooks first found success performing under the name Prince Mohamed, as a deejay on discomix tracks for producer Joe Gibbs, notably on Dennis Brown's 1978 hit "Money in my Pocket", and "How Could I Leave", as well as "Light Up Your Spliff" for producer Prince Tony Robinson.[1] He moved on to work with other producers such as Alvin Ranglin and Bunny Riley. His first album, a joint effort with General Echo, People Are You Ready, was released on the United Artists subsidiary Ballistic in 1978......

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Gyptian

Windel Beneto Edwards (born 25 October 1983), better known by his stage name Gyptian, is a Jamaican reggae singer. He often appears with roots reggae songs within the reggae subgenre dancehall.

Born to a Seventh-day Adventist mother Pauline McCaulsky and Rastafarian father, Edwards received his musical calling at the age of seven, when he began singing in the church. He grew up in a small community in Rural St. Andrew, Jamaica called King Weston District. Recognizing his talent, his parents introduced him to Mr. Wong, a record producer from Portmore, St. Catherine. "I did not take it seriously," said Edwards "My family members have always been carrying me to Portmore to see him, but I usually disappear. One day, they dropped me off at his studio and left me and it all began there.....

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Tinga Stewart

Tinga Stewart (born Neville Stewart, c.1955, Kingston, Jamaica) is a reggae singer. Stewart won the Festival Song Contest three times, twice as a singer and once as a songwriter. Stewart's career began in the late 1960s, his first single being 1969's "She's Gone", with Ernest Wilson of The Clarendonians. He worked with producer Derrick Harriott in the early 1970s, with releases such as "Hear That Train", and performed on the PNP bandwagon in 1971, in support of Michael Manley's election campaign.[1] He sang with The Wildcats, Byron Lee & the Dragonaires, and The Boris Gardiner Happenning, then went solo and had a local hit in 1973 with "Funny Feeling", and won the 1974 Festival Song Contest with Ernie Smith's "Play de Music"......

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Chi Ching Ching

Once in a while Dancehall is revitalised with new life, its audience embraces that talent and out of it a new genre of entertainment is born Chi ching ching Born Radion Tashaman Beckford on 19th September 1982 in St Mary, Jamaica to Herbert Beckford and Kathleen Edie, Chi Ching Ching was raised by his father in New Kingston, where he also attended school. As an Adolescent he was not too popular with the ladies, "I was very lanky and poor,

Girls were interested in the boys who had money and wore expensive clothes and bag''. He found his escapism through music and his solace in dancing, at the end of the school day he would enjoy nothing more than to go home, put on the radio and dance.......

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Fabian The Truth

Fabian Marley (born 27 July 1968 in Kingston, Jamaica) claimed that Bob Marley is his father,[1][3] but this was later disproven through DNA analysis.

At the age of 12 Fabian and his mother relocated to Eastern Kingston, Jamaica. His first encounter with the music was with the Rainbow Band. While playing with the band he began working with The Skatalites. He garnered his style of music the orthodox way from mentors, Johnny Moore, Roland Alphanso, and other members from the band. After mastering the harmonica he then acquired piano skills and then later learned how to play the guitar......

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Major Brandish

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