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Vodu 155

Lionel and Regular Bernard was raised in Haiti influenced by voodoo and reggae, but moved to NEW YORK within the ’70s, bathing in that city’s ska, punk, funk and hip-hop designs and performing in a number of local rings: the Toasters, Second Stage, Unity. The brothers after that produced Vodu 155, welding hip-hop and funk to reggae and Haitian tribal rhythms on the self-titled 1995 debut for Isle Records.

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