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Live Chat: Reggae Stars Advoket , Khalilah ,Lindsay Donald

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 8pm Jamaican photographer, Lindsay Donald immigrate London in 1962, got his first job at Kodak where he developed a love of photography. In 1975, Lindsay  went to Africa traveled across the Sahara Desert, teaching in Ghana and photograph the FESTAC festival in Nigeria. He was detained in Nigria because of his friendship with Fela Ransome Kuti. Lindsay and Bob Marley build a solid friendship, Rita and was the first to photograph "The Melody Makers". Lindsay also photograph  Michael Jackson, Muhammad Ali and Stevie Wonder. Lindsay has made a successful career as a  photographer he spent the past five years researching for his book, PORTRAIT OF A LEGEND AND OTHER FOLKS, due 2012

9pm ADVOKET Jamaican born, Charles Gangasingh, aka Advoket  was inspired by  Michigan and Smiley, Eeka Mouse, Tyrone Taylor and the legendary Sagittarius band. Advoket pursued a law degree but kept his passion for music, writing and impromptu sessions. As a legal advocate he represents Shabba Ranks, Beenie Man Sanchez, Snow and Rik Rok. His ” first single “Baby Come My Way”  in 2009, with Kris Kelly.His second single “Beat of My Soul” produced by underground production Duo of Willy n Slim. Advoket  had a #1hit this year  with Kenyan Artiste QRITIQAL “Bubble”  

10pm Jamaican bron Khalilah upcoming release  "Zion's Lullaby" I am ready to have every listener hear my story.  I decided to finish my master's of education in college while working in a homeless shelter.  My album "Zion's Lullaby" is more than music. It is my experiences, my struggles, my joys, and my hopes for the world. The album features Turbulence, Lutan Fyah & productions from Carl James (Purpose), House of Riddim, Fifth Element Records & Dean Fraser

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