Reggae World Unity Concert
Downtown Miami’s aroma will be filled with a sweet cool breeze from the West Indies of Caribbean Delicacies and Reggae Music. The Reggae World Unity Festival offers up a jam-packed cavalcade of stars, a day of peace, love & unity and good old sound system vibes of when dance was nice on January 20th 2013 at Grand Central Park in Miami, Florida from 2pm – 11pm. Performing live: Beenie Man, Kymani Marley, Baby Cham, Half Pint, Mr. Vegas, Lady Saw, Elephant Man, Christopher Martin and more..
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Reggae World Unity on Jan. 20th in Downtown Miami is an event created for the unification of people through Reggae Culture | www.reggaeunity.com
Dancehall singjay Half Pint recorded some of the genre's early classics during the first half of the '80s. His appeal outside Jamaica was somewhat limited by his willingness to repeat simple musical ideas, but the best of his work was frequently brilliant....
Dancehall superstar balances lovers rock with a dose of humor. ~ Rovi
Since its inception, Jamaica's dancehall culture has been known for its extreme displays of masculinity, male sexual bravado, and gangsta braggadocio, all of which made female DJ Lady Saw's rise to superstardom all the more significant....
Clifford Smith got the nickname Mr. Vegas from his schoolmates who thought he high-kicked the soccer ball like a Vegas showgirl. The dancehall singjay (someone who combines his singing with rapping, or toasting) started by singing cover versions of popular Jamaican tunes with little success....
The boisterous DJ Elephant Man (aka Energy God) was born O'Neil Bryan in 1974. Overly large ears as a child earned him the nickname "Dumbo Elephant" from his classmates in the Seaview Gardens area of Kingston, Jamaica....
This popular Jamaican artist emerged in the 1990s, inspired by the dancehall music of the '80s. ~ Rovi
Born in 1962. Christopher Martin has performed in the band named 'Kid 'n Play'.
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