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Reflection: Chicago Reggae Pioneer

Reflection: Chicago Reggae Pioneer

| February 23, 2012 | 0 Comments

Tzaddi Wadadah I Terrier is a Jamaican born who migrated to Chicago in the mid 1960’s. He can best be described as a very humble, charismatic and spiritual individual and it’s simply difficult not to like him. He is an icon within the Chicago reggae community and has contributed immensely to the musical and cultural […]

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Do Reggae artistes exploit Africa…?

Do Reggae artistes exploit Africa…?

| August 15, 2011 | 4 Comments

Though, there are many musical genres across the globe, the conscious vibration of reggae music cannot be challenged. The genre of reggae can be played in many places and enjoyed same way by most religious denominations, politicians, rich and the poor, most at time because of its content of positive lyrics that promotes unity, peace, […]

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