Dancehall Renaissance

If you haven't noticed the new era in Raggae/Dancehall please run to the store and ask for the latest reggae/dancehall collection. 2004 saw the rise of acts such as Natty King, Bascom X, the return of Richie Spice, Chuck Fenda changed persona and other major stars going acoustics. It a mellow form, very soothing.
Jamaican reggae artist Beenie man is to make a live return in London after a gay pressure group dropped its protest over allegedly homophobic lyrics.
Reggae star Sizzla has been released by police in Jamaica following his arrest in connection with alleged involvement in gun-running and violence.


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"Reggae. The word conjures images of Jamaica, Rastafarianism, Bob Marley and the Wailers, Beenie Man, Sly and Robbie. The music has influenced a wide range of genres — everything from jam bands to hip hop to ska.
Sean Paul, Wayne Wonder and an assortment of other artists have made dancehall — a variant
of danceable reggae that includes a DJ rap — a current popular phenomenon. They have older reggae to thank for bringing reggae into the music scene"

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