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Strictly Roots

There are various bands all over the world who’ve encroached for the sound of Jamaica. The outdated adage a white guy cannot enjoy the blues can be similarly quoted in regards to reggae. The Blue Riddim music group from the united states and Zound Program from Japan both performed at different Reggae Sunsplash displays, and even though both were amusing, they lacked a geniune experience for the music. For the western world coastline of America, an viewers for reggae was burgeoning, motivated by expatriate Jamaican Tony Moses. Firmly Roots surfaced from SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA and highlighted a blended line-up including reps from Jamaica to provide the group even more credibility. The music group embraced Rastafari and received an award for an area concert through the Sonoma State Sherrif’s Section. In 1998 the group’s bass participant and vocalist Ras Jacob released for the JAM label his debut single record, Breaking The Obstacles. Having used several Jamaica’s finest music artists/DJs including, Josey Wales, Supercat, Lifestyle as well as the Mighty Diamond jewelry, Jacob sensed sufficiently qualified to perform elevated notoriety. The record was documented at a number of studios in Jamaica, Washington and SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA as well as the Scientist provided the completed task its final combine.

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