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PAUL ELLIOTT, INTERNATIONAL REGGAE ARTIST.BRING CULTURE MUSIC TO THE WORLD. Jamaican born Paul Elliott's expressive vocals and growing catalogue of reality songs make him a natural successor to seventies' reggae greats such as Marley, Tosh, and Burning Spear .. artists whose music has lasting relevance, is grounded in the Rastafarian tradition, and speaks to people of all nationalities. Paul's debut album, Save Me Oh Jah, containing hits like Import Corruption and Seek Jah Blessing. A second album, Meaning Of Life, arrived in 2001, and was again mainly self-produced. Songs like True Love, Psychological Warfare, and How Does It Feel demonstrated how his music had broadened in scope, whilst remaining true to its roots reggae foundations. This same compelling mix of soulful vocals, powerful messages, and authentic rhythms can be heard on his latest album, 21st Century, comprised of 15 original songs, and co-starring Richie Spice, Daddy Rings, and Mango Seed. Paul Elliott: Stronger Productions P. O. Box 1144 Stony Hill Kingston 9, Jamaica W.I, Telephone: 876-395-0033 US: 6093102440 Email: email@example.com
I-Cient-cy Mau is a prolific artist that will leave you pondering after hearing the lyrics to his songs. Soon to be one of Jamaica's reggea ambassadors, and developed his skill using his everyday struggles and the strong influences from Bob Marley and the Wailers. Growing up in Trench Town the catalyst for Reggae music, I-cient-cy Mau has inherited that unique sound founded by his predecessors. His debut Album "When Words Take Life" has a roots rock sound, mix with a combination of strong vocal 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 CANN FLOLOW NONE A DEM" pack a solid one two punch, that will, have t he world wanting more.
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