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What does host Freddie Campbell have in common with Clyde McKenzie? They are both graduates of StGC. Clyde owns best radio station in Jamaica and is also the manager for the hottest reggae star on the planet, Beenie Man. This episode of Ska Now and Then is about another Jamaican doing great things in music, in business and in life. Along with Clyde will be Martin Haughton, working quietly, out of the spotlight, but without whom a lot of things would not get done.
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