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Bob Marley, took reggae music to new heights of availability throughout the world during the 1970s and early 1980s.

Photograph of Bob Marley, reggae and cultural icon in the Hippies idolized him and worshipped his views on reality.

“Tell you about Black Man supremacy!”– SizzlaAlmost every Trini of my generation went through a serious Sizzla phase it feels like. Mine, never quite left. For some people, that m…

Words of Divine: Sizzla, Identity and Black Supremacy

“Tell you about Black Man supremacy!”– SizzlaAlmost every Trini of my generation went through a serious Sizzla phase it feels like.

One of my favs :) #ras #sexiness --> REGGAE, RICHIE SPICE, http://jahwall.ek.la

One of my favs :) #ras #sexiness --> REGGAE, RICHIE SPICE, http://jahwall.ek.la

Dawn Penn is a Jamaican reggae singer. Her earliest recordings were composed/written by her around 1966 using session musicians. In 1967, she recorded rock-steady single You Don't Love Me, produced by Coxsone Dodd at Studio One. Other hits; Why did You Leave, Broke My Heart, I Let You Go Boy, To Sir With Love, Here Comes the Sun, By 1870 Penn left the music industry, moved to Virgin Islands, however facing racism there, she returned to Jamaica in 1987 and to music.  Her biggest single; You…

Dawn Penn is a Jamaican reggae singer. Her earliest recordings were…

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