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Celebrity Link : Featuring 15 of jamaica's Reggae Music Child prodigy
Dennis Brown was born in Kingston, Jamaica in 1957. Hailed as a child prodigy
Alaine – Many older Jamaicans will remember Alaine as the little girl with the angelic voice from the popular 1990s Victoria Mutual Building Society ad, but she had actually made her debut a few years earlier in the movie Clara’s Heart, starring Whoopi Goldberg and Kathleen Quinlan
Jimmy Cliff – Singer, musician, actor and all-around global superstar Jimmy Cliff began his illustrious career while in high school by entering a number of local talent contests. By the time he was 14, Cliff had released several hit singles
Beenie Man - ”Me a chat microphone from about ’79 – from Lee’s Unlimited an’ all Volcano time.” Beenie Man, as Moses Davis is more widely known, is a childhood nickname gained because of his slight stature. Back in his early days, he could hardly be seen behind the amplifiers on the sound system stage, but Beenie Man was certainly a star in the making
Nadine Sutherland – Eleven-year-old Sutherland burst unto the scene in 1979, besting Yellowman and Paul Blake (who later became the leader of the Bloodfire Posse) in the first Tastee Talent Contest.
Junior Tucker – Leslie ‘Junior’ Tucker was born in Trench Town. The child prodigy, who came from a family of singers, was even nicknamed the Jamaican Michael Jackson because of his extraordinary talent
Ziggy Marley and the Melody Makers - David ‘Ziggy’ Marley, eldest of the Marley offspring, doesn’t consider himself a child star, although his career began in 1979, when the 11-year-old, along with siblings Cedella
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