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Live Chat:Reggae Stars Ragga Lox -Kazam Davis- Junie Ranks

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8-9pm est Rohan “Ragga Lox” Robinson was born in Jamaica. His debut release came in 1995. The second album “Steppa Inna Babylon”, was recently released in 2010, and has so far hit the number two position on the NY Reggae Album Charts, whiles the single “on the corner”, went all the way to the number one slot on the singles chart. The album features guest artist, Richie Spice, Lutan Fyah, Mikey General and Ethiopian singer Jah Lude Rtist4Rtist Ent.  Contact Rohan Call: 914-299-0282 or http://raggalox.com

9-9:30pm est Girma Jahleel Davis aka “Kazam”, started writing his feelings in books and on scraps of paper at an early eage. On his 21st birthday, Kazam was given an acoustic guitar by his father.  He later joined a band called “Jah Children” that included Micah “Shemaiah” Abrahams as the lead singer, Joel “Jahwara” Ellis, dub poet and Kazam the lead guitarist.

9:30-11pm est: After recording her first single “Counteraction” for Techniques on the stalag riddim, Junie Ranks  had many hit singles like “Gimmie Di Buddy”, “ Cry Fe Me Boops”, “Big and Ready” and “Dibby Dibby Man”.She quickly became a local sensation while dee-jaying on ET Sound System and on Technique Disco where she initially got her first big break and quickly became was one of the top female dee-jays then.

Junie has recorded for some of the top producers in the business such as King Jammys, Steelie, Bunny Lee, Patrick Roberts, Black Scorpio and the late King Tubbys. Recently she went back into the studio with Brooklyn based reggae singer, songwriter and producer Ed Robinson at E2 Recordings, Inc., a/k/a E2 Studios to record her new song titled "Bring Back The Love".