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Michigan & Smiley

Papa Michigan (given birth to Anthony Fairclough) and General Smiley (given birth to Erroll Bennett) were one of the primary dual-toasters within the Jamaican picture. From the past due ’70s while still in college, the funny duo (Smiley got his name because he hardly ever smiles) scored instantly with “Rub a Dub Style” and “Fine in the Dance,” two ubiquitous music over the dancehall circuit. “One Appreciate Jam Down” became a favorite anthem, and 1982’s “Illnesses” set up them as main stars, especially on the annual Sunsplash celebrations. They split up in the past due ’80s, although periodic tries at reunions have already been made recently.

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