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Live Chat: Reggae Stars ERROL BONNICK,JHAYTEA and The Queen Rayven Amani

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JHAYTEA born and raised in a small town by the name of FLOWERS BAY on the ISLAND OF ROATAN IN THE CENTRAL CARRIBEAN. History has been told that Roatan is THE ISLAND OF THE AFRO ANGLO ANTILLEANS. ROATAN ISLAND is and ex British island that is now governor by Honduras. Grown up in Flowers Bay on the island of Roatan music was all ways part of the ROATANEANS culture, at the age of 8 years old I began singing in church. I was introduce to LOVERS ROCK and DANCEHALL music in Flowers Bay in the early 90s

Rayven has displayed her flair on the run way and was a poster girl for Volk Wagon (VW) motor vehicle in the 1990’s.Rayven Amani, who lists Garnet Silk, Sade & India Arie as some of her influences. This local adult contemporary vocalist from Montego Bay was restricted by her parents from watching television or listening radio because their strong religious belief had them think that such things are instrument of the devil used to influence persons to do wrong.
At present the raving song bird is in the studio working with producers Shady of Shady Music and Bash of Survival House Records

Jamaican born Errol Bonnick started his musical journey in Kingston at tender age of 17, inspired by his brother Trevor Bonnick, former lead vocalist for the group Blood Fire Posse. Errol was then introduced to the great Browne brothers; a family of musicians, song writers and producers " Mr. Glen Browne " Who quickly noticed Errol's talent and signed him up as lead vocalist for his group called...K.R.U.{Knowledge, Respect & Unity}. The group consisted of talented musicians such as Robert Dubwise Browne, now guitarist for famous artists like Shaggy and reggae group Morgan Heritage; and Richard Shams Browne, now one of Jamaican's top producers.

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