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The Waterhouse Reggae Dynasty will be paying a musical Reggaespect to Wayne "Sleng Teng" Smith.
His 1985 recording of "(Under Me) Sleng Teng", is generally regarded as the beginning of ragga style reggae. The rhythm was created on a Casio MT-40 and is based on the riff from Eddie Cochran's "Somethin' Else". Although there are a number of conflicting stories about how it was first found, the commonly accepted view is that Wayne Smith and Noel Davy discovered it. It is a pattern found in the Casio MT-40.
Joint the Waterhouse Reggae Dynasty "LIVE" from NEW ORLEANS with Iron Lion Reggae Promoter Ras Lee in reasoing about the musical vibration.
New Orleans has always been a significant center for music, showcasing its intertwined European, Latin American, and African cultures. New Orleans' unique musical heritage was born in its pre-American and early American days from a unique blending of European instruments with African rhythms. Now it's time for the Reggae rhythms.
New Orleans presents its 4th IRON LION REGGAE FESTIVAL 2013.
Waterhouse Reggae Dynasty live with Sista Dee & Mightyful13.
Sister Dee is the catalyst for this much needed format. Having been on the reggae scene for the last thirty-six years, she brings a wealth of musical knowledge to the table. Sister Dee was a former lead singer with the Lemon Gospel Chorus and has also sung with some of the biggest names in gospel such as the late James Cleveland, Elma Hendrics, Donald Vail, and a host of others. After raising her family and at the insistence of her son, she has now started to singing again. She is the owner and operator of Rockers Corner Radio which aims to play conscious and uplifting music to inspire. Featuring upcoming conscious reggae artist.
Come hear of the New Orleans plus-perience I have learn during my stay in the French Villa and the Iron Lion Reggae Festival. The Kush Indian in Treme and their origin.
Varity is the spice of life. Come into the WRD for your tunical treat and the upliftement of the mind.
We are living in an era where the advocacy of Equal Rights to one sexual orientation is @ the forefront of all tabloid. Isn't it right to say, they can leave Ras Tafari Community alone to have their rights to praise Haile Selassie I and practice without prejudice or discrimination, as like all other Faith or Sect in society?
BESCENTA live from Jamaica
This artiste is the epitome of what the roots of reggae music is all about. Armed with a barrage of strong and prolific songs this youth is as refreshing as the rivers running through the cool St Andrew hills where he hails from. Born Bryden Bescenta Wilkins, Bescenta is a product of the above rocks district in the St Andrew Hills, birthplace of another reggae great Nadine Sutherland. This youth has the ability to create very socially conscious songs that immediately relate to the mainstream. He is a voice for the oppressed with soul soothing melodies that are as haunting as they are unforgettable. Bescenta is a one in a million artiste and a youth that will rightfully take his place in the dancehall with other great acts who preceeded him. Ambition never ends with the first hit song. The pursuit of excellence is the driving force behind reggae artiste Bescenta, who is a rare combination of intensity, quiet confidence and humility. He is a man who has the courage of his convictions, and who is sticking steadfastly to his mission of universal peace and love in the world. Born Bryden Bescenta Craig Wilkins on April 12, 1975, he grew up in the Salisbury Plain area, close to Stony Hill in St. Andrew. He attended A
Nadine Queen...A true, beautiful and talented Empress…, as most people who've heard the strength in her voice, would say, she's a force to bereckoned with.At age 7 she became fascinated with music and began experimenting with singing.Even then it was evident that this "little lady" had a huge voice, and with her mother’s encouragement she was inspired to forever chase her dreams.Being from a rural part of Jamaica Nadine found it a bitchallenging at first, to break into the music scene but, anyone who knows Nadine Queen, will tell you "Nadine is ambitious hardworking and persistent." With these qualities, it was no surprise that Nadine received her Big Break singing with the ALGORYTHMNS and DECISION BAND.They went on to perform on numerous and Multiple events such as the famed PORTLAND JERK FESTIVAL, PORTLAND BUSU FESTIVAL and FI WI SINTINGwith over 40,000 people in attendance. She has also performed at various hotels and Official music industry events. One such event was he PENTHOUSE MEMORIAL Show for the late singer "GARNET SILK."Nadine Queen has shared the stage with some of today’s legendary artist such as Marcia Griffiths, Richie Stephens, Luciano, John Holt, Third World, Twiggy, Yellow man,Mr. Vegas, Bounty Killer, Beenie Man, Lady Saw, Christopher Martin, Dr. Love and many more top of the line entertainers. Being of greattalent Nadine has something to say, and of course a message to share with the world.Singing for many years Nadine was yet to be recognized as an artiste of massive talent but, In 2012 following a dream, Nadine Queen went on to do a cover of ADELE'S chart topper "SOMEONE LIKE YOU." The song went to the no.6 position on the N.Y. TOP 30 Charts and is still being played on radio worldwide.
This artiste is adored by the females and highly respected by the men. The music of Hezron can be described as enchanting, mesmerizing, soothing, yet militant and hard hitting. His ability to simultaneously charm, captivate and motivate his fans, has most definitely cemented the fact that he is a rare and exceptional talent.
Hezron Clarke was born and raised during his earlier years in the District of Moy Hall District, St. James, Jamaica, before migrating to the U.S.A. Whilst in Jamaica; Hezron developed his talent, being an ardent member of his church choir. His musical gift was evident to his family and friends who facilitated its development however possible. After his migration, Hezron continued to expand on the dexterity of his vocals by naturally transitioning into singing R & B, but was not entirely satisfied within that genre, as his calling was deeply embedded in the rich Reggae music of his homeland. As such, he was compelled to return to Jamaica to fulfill his true calling of being an outstanding Reggae artiste.
FEBRUARY is the month of many greats. We will be paying tribute to the Legendary and King Of Reggae,Robert "Bob" Nesta Marley in songs. Tune into the vibration.
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