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MARK SHINE was born in the United Kingdomto a Jamaican Father and British Mother. He represented Jamaicaon the local and international scene in various competitions, becoming bolder and more confident with each engagement.With influences including Lionel Richie, Azwad, Papa San, Maxi Priest, Steel Pulse, Lenny Kravitz, Michael Jackson and Santana; Formed from this feeling, Rocsta Society produced an array of hits such as “I’m a Butterfly”, “Die Fa My Muzik”, “Take me to Jamaica”, “One People” and the recently Tommy Trash remixed “Addicted”, compiled & promo only Sep. 2008 issue.
I-cient-cy Mau is a Jamaica’s reggae ambassadors, developed his skill using his everyday struggles and the strong influences from Bob Marley and the Wailers. I-cient-cy; growing up in TrenchTown the catalyst for Reggae music. His debut Album “When Words come to Life” has a roots rock sound, mix with a combination of strong vocals over melodic drum and bass. It is the true, ghetto experience, all blended in harmony. The first two single off the Album “WORKS TO DO, and STRUGGLE.Both singles has been #1 on the BESS FM Culture Chart, in Jamaica
SEEFARI's numerous independent recordings have received extensive radio airplay around the world, with heavy radio chart action and critical comparisons to Bob Marley, Dennis Brown, Lee "Scratch" Perry and Pablo Moses. SEEFARI has won numerous awards and his music has been featured on TV and in films.SEEFARI has headline festivals across the USAincluding four years headlining the Houston,Texas-based Bob Marley Festival Tour and an astonishing 24 years straight at Dayton Reggae Fest. SEEFARI has worked with many reggae legends including Toots & the Maytals, Wailers, Israel Vibration, Steel Pulse, The Congos, Pato Banton, Mikey Dread, Bushman, Yellowman, Sangie Davis and Beenieman
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