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Jamaica Reggae Christmas - Congrats Tessanne Chin
Reggae Christmas music is very popular in Jamaica and most places where dancehall and Reggae music is loved.Most dancehall reggae artists have performed Christmas music.
Here is a list of Christmas music which you'll hear when Christmas time comes around.
Some of Reggae music's top christmas song artists are Johnny Osbourne & The Family Group, Brent Dowe, Alton Ellis, Dillinger, Brentford Harmonics, Bob Marley and the Wailer, Beres Hammond, Freddie McGregor among many others.
One of my favorite Reggae Christmas Music is "Santa Ketch Up inna Mango Tree"
What's your favorite reggae christmas song?. You can post them below.
Read more: http://www.dancehallreggaeworld.com/reggae-christmas-music.html#ixzz2oFWPNqVF
Just Some Great Music To Warm Your Hearts - Go Tessanne Chin!!
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Pre Celebration Show For Tessanne Chin the VOICE
Tessanne Chin (born September 20, 1985, in Kingston, Jamaica) is a Reggae fusion recording artist, with a solo album In Between Words and is best known for her hit singles "Hideaway", "Messenger" and "Black Books". She has opened for famous acts such as Patti Labelle, Peabo Bryson and Gladys Knight, and toured for 3 years with Jimmy Cliff. In 2013, she took part in season 5 of the American singing competition The Voice as part of Adam Levine's Team.
Her father, Richard Chin, is of Chinese descent with Cherokee ancestry and her mother, Christine Chin is of half Black and half English/African ancestry. Her older sister Tami Chynn is also a singer. Her cousin Jay Hall is a vocalist and guitarist with UK rockers Grassroutes (and previously The Royal Players), and Jay's brother Leon is a vocalist with ska-fusion act Electrik Custard.Tessanne was introduced to music at a very early age by her parents. Her mother was the trumpeter and singer in her band called the "Carnations" and her father was the band's drummer. The family has a recording studio in their home in Jamaica.Tessanne started performing when she was 6 years old with Cathy Levy's "Little People and Teen Players Club", one of Jamaica's top performing arts schools. Most of her vocal coaching came from her mother and also from noted vocal coach Lecie Wright. Tessanne learned firsthand about cultural diversity when she moved to England at age 12. She coped with the move by devoting a lot of time to writing songs.Tessanne married Michael Cuffe in 2011. The two had been best friends for four years prior to marriage. go #Tessanne chin
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Just Oldies but Goodies KING Mohican Celebrating Tessanne Chin
Diaspora-supported victory of “The Voice” winner Tessanne Chin displays the power and potential of the Caribbean-American community
An impressive demonstration of talent — and people power — climaxed last week when “The Voice” contestant Tessanne Chin
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Now Tessanne Chin won the VOICE whats Next for Jamaica Reggae Artist
Tessanne Chin was crowned the winner of “The Voice” on Tuesday.
The singer stopped by Access Hollywood Live on Thursday, where she dished on what’s next and if she’s considering moving to Hollywood.
“Definitely. Definitely big decisions. We’ll see,” Tessanne told Billy Bush and Kit Hoover, when asked if she’s going to move to Hollywood. “I think we have one foot here and one foot [in Jamaica]. And I’m just, I’m open.
Jamaica proud of Tessanne
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Tessanne Chin journey on The Voice has inspired not just an entire nation, but the entire world, and her win tonight could be a game changer for the Emmy-winning talent show.Tessanne Chin is cruising to the finish line the hot favourite to win season five of The Voice tonight and take home the grand prize of a recording contract and $100,000 cash.But what her win will mean for The Voice?Tessanne Chin will be the first contestant outside of the United States to win The Voice. The Jamaican songstress also brought some of the biggest ratings the show has ever seen.An inside source on The Voice, told Urban Islandz today that Tessanne Chin is the likely winner and her win will open the flood gates for more contestants outside the U.S. to audition for the show.“Tessanne is one of the strongest performers we have seen on the show,” the insider told us.
Shelly-Ann Fraser-Pryce, OD is a Jamaican track and field sprinter. Born in Kingston, Jamaica, Fraser-Pryce ascended to prominence in the 2008 Olympic Games, when, at 21 years old, the then unknown athlete became the first Caribbean woman to win 100 m gold at the Olympics
Usain St. Leo Bolt OJ CD is a Jamaican sprinter widely regarded as the fastest person ever. He is the first man to hold both the 100 metres and 200 metres world records since fully automatic time measurements became mandator.
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RE: Chinese-descendants, who are born in Jamaican, owning businesses there, and the vital importance that we, Africoid-Jamaicans discuss their role, ill intent, and their overall negative impact on the Africoid-Jamaican people/Jamaican economy. In terms of Tessanne Chin, we are going to discuss how as a figurehead, she is bad for Africoid-Jamaicans and the Africoid-Jamaican diaspora.
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