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Nei Lisboa

Keeping a minimal profile because the early 80’s, when he triggered sensation in his city (Porto Alegre, Rio Grande perform Sul) along with his iconoclastic display and debut album Pra Viajar no Cosmos Não Precisa Gasolina, Nei Lisboa despised the attraction of Brazil’s central artistic billboards symbolized with the cities …

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Elan

Reggae singer Elan Atias, who being a single performer goes on his initial name, was created in LA for an Israeli/Moroccan dad and Jewish Local American mom. After an archive executive informed Elan — who was simply not however 20 at that time — that he’d prefer to hear even …

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Jovine

The brainchild of singer and songwriter Valerio Jovine — though he received a whole lot of help from his brother, Massimo (most widely known as the bass-playing JPM in the band 99 Posse) — Jovine formed in Naples, Italy, in 1998. An individual of theirs, “Cambia la Storia,” was included …

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SOJA

SOJA are an eight-piece reggae group hailing from Arlington, Virginia. Created in 1997 by high-school close friends and music artists who frequently gigged around the region, the Soldiers produced their documented debut in 2000 using the SOJA EP. Their debut recording, Peace in a period of War, adopted in 2002 …

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William Baldé

William Baldé is a France reggae-pop vocalist/songwriter whose debut single one, “Rayon de Soleil,” was a chart-topping smash strike in summertime 2008. Delivered Mohamed Man William Baldé in Guinea, he started his recording profession in the group Yuba, which released the full-length record Everybody Nyani-Nyani (1996) on EMI. Approximately a …

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The Dynamics

The foundation from the Dynamics’ reggae music is profoundly indebted to ’60s/’70s deep soul and funk. Their preliminary appeal to golf club DJs, crate-diggers, and traditional reggae aficionados originated from their cover tunes, transforming indie rock and roll, disco, and North soul tracks into classic, analog-induced rocksteady and dub. From …

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Phenomden

Representing the Wiedikon district of Zürich and executing in Swiss German dialect, Phenomden was among the first Swiss reggae artists to achieve mainstream success. Blessed Dennis Furrer on July 18, 1980, in Adliswil, Switzerland, he produced his saving debut in 2004 using the one “Cha Nüt Defür.” Some more singles …

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Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad

In a few ways, Giant Panda Guerilla Dub Squad will be the live dub version from the Grateful Dead, blending traditional American folk and country with Jamaican reggae and dub rhythms, with a lot of improvisational jams and interludes, all while looking and sometimes sounding such as a bluegrass band. …

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Vavamuffin

A Polish reggae group that went from underground to everywhere using their album Inadibusu, the nine-piece Vavamuffin were formed in 2003 by lead vocalist Pablopavo. Their debut recording, Vabang!, got in 2005 using the dub remix LP Dubang! pursuing in 2006, after that in 2007 their recording Inadibusu climbed in …

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Mana

Acquiring the name Mana (a phrase that denotes respect, authority, or force and it is common to numerous Oceanic cultures) for his artistic identity, vocalist and songwriter Kaleilani Caceres lay out on the musical path that could lead to a lot more than just record sales. Hailing from Kapolei, Hawaii, …

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