Etana

Once in a great while, the world is afforded with a powerful, soulful and unique voice of the people. The ever-so-talented songstress Etana “The Strong One” has emerged as this entity, representing one of Reggae music’s newest faces. Boasting a flawless soul-soaked voice, in just a few years, she has captivated and inspired legions of die hard fans. In addition to wooing listeners with her rich honey-laced vocals, Etana also proudly dons the hat of songwriter. The singer has boldly struck a chord with the masses, winning the hearts of people one song at a time. Her craft of developing

Eloquent

R.I.P Eloquent. It is not the norm to meet a Reggae/Dancehall artiste today who quickly credits God for being their motivator. But maybe this is just the tip of the iceberg as to why a singjay simply known as, Eloquent is not your typical artiste. “God motivates me. Sometimes when I’m on the streets, a song will just pop up in my head and I know it’s God,” comments a calm-spirited but confident Eloquent. “I want to make positive music that uplifts the world.” Signed to Yellow Moon Records, owned and operated by Irie FM’s DJ Sunshine, Eloquent is already

Eljai

Eljai was born Lloyd Carlton McFarlane Jr. in Belize City, Belize. Soon after, his family moved to the countryside where most of his early years were spent. He has always been known for his humble and kind ways, joyous laughter and his spiritual enlightening conversations. At the age of five, his family moved back to Belize City where he attended the Ebenezer Primary School Here he met new friends and discovered his hidden musical talent. Soon Eljai was singing at school rallies and contests. His talent developed rapidly and he was encouraged by his friends and family to pursue his

Eek-A-Mouse

Eek-A-Mouse (born Ripton Joseph Hylton, November 19, 1957, Kingston, Jamaica) is a Jamaican reggae musician. He is one of the early artists to be described as a “singjay”. Eek-A-Mouse began his music career when he was in college, releasing two roots reggae singles under his own name, which were produced by his mathematics tutor, Mr. Dehaney. These early works were influenced by the music of Pablo Moses.He then went on to work for various sound systems over the next few years and also released a few more singles. He adopted the stage name “Eek-A-Mouse” in 1979, taking the name of

Dubtonic Kru

The founding members of Dubtonic Kru are Deleon “Jubba” White and Strickland “Stone” Stone, a dynamic Drum & Bass duo who, over the years have contributed to the development of modern roots reggae. Imagine heavy baselines, one drops, psychedelic guitar riffs, echoing keyboards, popping percussion and conscious lyrics. Now imagine roots reggae, imagine dub, rock… Put them all together and you get a new breed of Jamaican music called DubTonic Kru Like their style of music, Dubtonic is a mixture of two words “DUB”, relating to the heavy drum and bass aspect of reggae music and “TONIC”, referring to medicine.

Dub Judah

Dub Judah was born in South London and grew up in East London, UK, born in 1960. Dub Judah is a very well respected vocalist, musician, live performer and producer who has released his own top roots music on his Dub Jockey label. He also works producing singing and playing with other established artists such as Norman Grant of the Twinkle Brothers with whom he sometimes tours on a worldwide scale. He does occasionally perform live shows with his own band and is continually working in his own studio and different studios, where he is in great demand as a

Duane Stephenson Biography

Duane Stephenson

VP Records introduces singer/songwriter Duane Stephenson, former lead singer of To-Isis. The Kingston native and August Town raised culture sensation enters the roots realm with blissful poignant vocals and carefully crafted melodies on his debut album From August Town, produced by the legendary Dean Frasier. Stephenson beautifully portrays of love, culture and spirituality throughout his first release. In his title track, “August Town,” Stephenson pleas and give thanks to Jah’s guidance during his rocky journey as a youth growing up in August Town. “Cottage In Negril” is a cleverly done cover of Tyrone Taylor’s lover’s rock hit in the 80s.

DJ Pauze aka Gav Pauze

DJ Pauze otherwise known as Gav Pauze started playing Jungle/Drum & Bass in 1995, playing clubs in England and Scotland. He studied music at Clarendon College (Midlands) in 1998 where he became a qualified audio engineer. His passion and drive for music was clear and the works progressed to playing Reggae on the radio featuring strictly positive, uplifting Reggae Roots and Dub with the “Unique Reggae Mix Show” based in London, UK in 2006. The popularity of the radio show grew and started featuring on stations in the USA from 2007, Germany & Philippines in 2010, Portugal in 2011, Bermuda

Denno

Denno, born Denrick Alando Pinnock was born in Halse Hall Clarendon on April 28. Denno’s exposure to music came at an early age while hanging out with his father who owns a popular sound system name Killer Vicious, and as such was exposed to a variety of music across all genres. At age 8 he was given the mike at a local stage show where he proceeded to “mash up the place” with his energetic rendition of “Good Nutrition & Education.” Singer/Songwriter Denno is currently sign to Master One Production, where he has previously worked with Earth Production Promotional label.

Dennis Brown

Dennis Brown, born Dennis Emmanuel Brown (February 1, 1957 – July 1, 1999) was a Jamaican reggae singer. During his prolific career, which began in the late 1960s when he was aged eleven, he recorded more than 75 albums and was one of the major stars of lovers rock, a sub-genre of reggae. Bob Marley cited Brown as his favourite singer, dubbing him “The Crown Prince of Reggae”, and Brown would prove hugely influential on future generations of reggae singers. Early life and career Dennis Brown was born on 1 February 1957 at Jubilee Hospital in Kingston, Jamaica. His father

Etana

Once in a great while, the world is afforded with a powerful, soulful and unique voice of the people. The ever-so-talented songstress Etana “The Strong One” has emerged as this entity, representing one of Reggae music’s newest faces. Boasting a flawless soul-soaked voice, in just a few years, she has captivated and inspired legions of die hard fans. In addition to wooing listeners with her rich honey-laced vocals, Etana also proudly dons the hat of songwriter. The singer has boldly struck a chord with the masses, winning the hearts of people one song at a time. Her craft of developing

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Eloquent

R.I.P Eloquent. It is not the norm to meet a Reggae/Dancehall artiste today who quickly credits God for being their motivator. But maybe this is just the tip of the iceberg as to why a singjay simply known as, Eloquent is not your typical artiste. “God motivates me. Sometimes when I’m on the streets, a song will just pop up in my head and I know it’s God,” comments a calm-spirited but confident Eloquent. “I want to make positive music that uplifts the world.” Signed to Yellow Moon Records, owned and operated by Irie FM’s DJ Sunshine, Eloquent is already

Read More »

Eljai

Eljai was born Lloyd Carlton McFarlane Jr. in Belize City, Belize. Soon after, his family moved to the countryside where most of his early years were spent. He has always been known for his humble and kind ways, joyous laughter and his spiritual enlightening conversations. At the age of five, his family moved back to Belize City where he attended the Ebenezer Primary School Here he met new friends and discovered his hidden musical talent. Soon Eljai was singing at school rallies and contests. His talent developed rapidly and he was encouraged by his friends and family to pursue his

Read More »

Eek-A-Mouse

Eek-A-Mouse (born Ripton Joseph Hylton, November 19, 1957, Kingston, Jamaica) is a Jamaican reggae musician. He is one of the early artists to be described as a “singjay”. Eek-A-Mouse began his music career when he was in college, releasing two roots reggae singles under his own name, which were produced by his mathematics tutor, Mr. Dehaney. These early works were influenced by the music of Pablo Moses.He then went on to work for various sound systems over the next few years and also released a few more singles. He adopted the stage name “Eek-A-Mouse” in 1979, taking the name of

Read More »

Dubtonic Kru

The founding members of Dubtonic Kru are Deleon “Jubba” White and Strickland “Stone” Stone, a dynamic Drum & Bass duo who, over the years have contributed to the development of modern roots reggae. Imagine heavy baselines, one drops, psychedelic guitar riffs, echoing keyboards, popping percussion and conscious lyrics. Now imagine roots reggae, imagine dub, rock… Put them all together and you get a new breed of Jamaican music called DubTonic Kru Like their style of music, Dubtonic is a mixture of two words “DUB”, relating to the heavy drum and bass aspect of reggae music and “TONIC”, referring to medicine.

Read More »

Dub Judah

Dub Judah was born in South London and grew up in East London, UK, born in 1960. Dub Judah is a very well respected vocalist, musician, live performer and producer who has released his own top roots music on his Dub Jockey label. He also works producing singing and playing with other established artists such as Norman Grant of the Twinkle Brothers with whom he sometimes tours on a worldwide scale. He does occasionally perform live shows with his own band and is continually working in his own studio and different studios, where he is in great demand as a

Read More »
Duane Stephenson Biography

Duane Stephenson

VP Records introduces singer/songwriter Duane Stephenson, former lead singer of To-Isis. The Kingston native and August Town raised culture sensation enters the roots realm with blissful poignant vocals and carefully crafted melodies on his debut album From August Town, produced by the legendary Dean Frasier. Stephenson beautifully portrays of love, culture and spirituality throughout his first release. In his title track, “August Town,” Stephenson pleas and give thanks to Jah’s guidance during his rocky journey as a youth growing up in August Town. “Cottage In Negril” is a cleverly done cover of Tyrone Taylor’s lover’s rock hit in the 80s.

Read More »

DJ Pauze aka Gav Pauze

DJ Pauze otherwise known as Gav Pauze started playing Jungle/Drum & Bass in 1995, playing clubs in England and Scotland. He studied music at Clarendon College (Midlands) in 1998 where he became a qualified audio engineer. His passion and drive for music was clear and the works progressed to playing Reggae on the radio featuring strictly positive, uplifting Reggae Roots and Dub with the “Unique Reggae Mix Show” based in London, UK in 2006. The popularity of the radio show grew and started featuring on stations in the USA from 2007, Germany & Philippines in 2010, Portugal in 2011, Bermuda

Read More »

Denno

Denno, born Denrick Alando Pinnock was born in Halse Hall Clarendon on April 28. Denno’s exposure to music came at an early age while hanging out with his father who owns a popular sound system name Killer Vicious, and as such was exposed to a variety of music across all genres. At age 8 he was given the mike at a local stage show where he proceeded to “mash up the place” with his energetic rendition of “Good Nutrition & Education.” Singer/Songwriter Denno is currently sign to Master One Production, where he has previously worked with Earth Production Promotional label.

Read More »

Dennis Brown

Dennis Brown, born Dennis Emmanuel Brown (February 1, 1957 – July 1, 1999) was a Jamaican reggae singer. During his prolific career, which began in the late 1960s when he was aged eleven, he recorded more than 75 albums and was one of the major stars of lovers rock, a sub-genre of reggae. Bob Marley cited Brown as his favourite singer, dubbing him “The Crown Prince of Reggae”, and Brown would prove hugely influential on future generations of reggae singers. Early life and career Dennis Brown was born on 1 February 1957 at Jubilee Hospital in Kingston, Jamaica. His father

Read More »

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