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Live Chat:Ghettoman,Titus Kingly T Whittle,Esther Anderson

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Ghettoman and the Believers bring you a great mix of African and Caribic traditional roots and conscious reggae music with positive and authentic vibes. His message focuses on the social and the political injustice, racial and tribal prejudice and discrimination among Black people, White, Indians or Colors. He is calling the world to embrace peace and harmony among themselves, living in love with each other. In the year 1997 his fans called him “Jah anointed messenger” due to his contributions towards the development of the spiritual growth of the youths in the society. www.ghettomanlive.com

 

Kingly T a Jamaican singer/songwriter/guitarist know as " Kingly T' in the music world. My mission is to promote positive vibes through words sound and power. Although   my natural feel is roots reggae, I am not limited by the musical boundaries as I incorporate influences of lovers’  rock, world beat and R&B into my style. Keeping it positive always.

BOB MARLEY: THE MAKING OF A LEGEND: Esther Anderson & Gian Godoy are the film makers.The footage  shot in the early seventies and lost for more than thirty years,  Anderson's film takes us on a journey to Jamaica  56  Hope Road, Kingston,and portrayed the young Bob Marley before he was famous.

 Anderson, an actress. in early 1960s British television   shows, including Dixon of Dock Green and The Avengers.  played in movies like Henry Levin’s Genghis Khan for  Columbia Pictures, Robert  Freeman’s The Touchables for Twentieth  Century Fox, Ted  Kotcheff’s Two Gentlemen  Sharing, Jerry Lewis’s One More Time for United Artists, and Sidney Poitier’s A Warm December for First Artists. In this latter film, her role of an  African princess  won her a  NAACP Image Award for Best   Actress in 1973 

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